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EMPAC Video Archive 2008–2017

2016 SPRING EMPAC—Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center

Vectors and Circles

These are the images director Johannes Goebel has long used to describe how science and art intersect at EMPAC. Scientific research and technological development unfold according to a progressive, vectorial dynamic, while art continually doubles back on the historical moment to reinvestigate timeless human themes and redefine cultural meaning. It’s at the confluence of these methods that EMPAC seeks the essence of the “experimental.”

The convergence of vectors and circles can be seen throughout the spring program in a calendar jam-packed with concerts, performances, talks, film screenings, workshops, and work-in-progress presentations. From avant-garde jazz to a sci-fi stage production, the return of the On Screen/Sound film series to seminars in 3D graphics and sound spatialization, EMPAC's program continues to expand in order to cover the vast territories touched by contemporary media art.

Curators: Argeo Ascani and Victoria Brooks

empac.rpi.edu/events/2016/spring

SPRING 2016 Artists

Nik Bärtsch's MOBILE
Bernd Lintermann
Rane Moore
Karthik Pandian and Andros Zins-Browne
Okkyung Lee
Nate Wooley
Wu Tsang and boychild featuring Patrick Belaga
Bearthoven
Battle Trance
The Music of Salvatore Sciarrino featuring Nicholas DeMaison and Amanda DeBoer Bartlett
Charles Atlas
Longleash
Amirtha Kidambi's Elder Ones
Tarek Atoui
Pauline Oliveros
Patricia L Boyd