“scan loop symmetry” --> Jeremy Hight’s audio track composed of electronic loops edited by symmetry and sound forms to variation of brain scan data of W. Logan Fry. Go to:http://dmoma.org/lobby/movies/brain_scan/the_artists.html
Jeremy Hight is an award winning new media/locative media artist/writer and musician. His music is currently in an international exhibition/broadcast of experimental music in Cologne, Germany.
He has lectured in conferences at the University of Iowa, MIT and at "Incubation," the international symposium of technology and narrative at the University of Nottingham, Trent, England.
Hight collaborated on the text/image/sound work edited by hourly raw earthquake data "Carrizo parkfield diaries" (in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum Artport); and worked on of the first locative media projects "34 north 118< west".