Studio 401: Translating Media
Saturday March 28, 2009
UGA Visual Arts Building (Jackson Street) from 8-9:45 PM
& the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design from 9-9:45 PM
Studio 401: Translating Media is a collaborative multimedia production occurring simultaneously at Georgia State University and UGA whereby live measurements of brain activity and biofeedback from some participants affects the actions of others via transmission over the Internet. Orchestrated by BFA candidate Daniel Osborne, the production will feature the parapsychologic drawing experiments of Craig Dongoski, digital sound realization of brainwave readings by Eric Marty, the improvisational body movements of Denise Posnak, Julie Rothschild, and Shana Robbins; and live modulation of a poetry reading by Michael Tod Edgerton. Supported in part by a 2008-2009 ICE Project Grant.