The Consortium for Digital Arts, Culture and Technology (cDACT) at Stony Brook University (www.stonybrook.edu/cDACT) presents the Sonic Residues Festival (www.sonicresidues.net), April 29th to May 12th, 2008, Stony Brook University.
The Sonic Residues Festival will develop subtle and complex spaces of auditory experience, organized loosely around the theme of the remainders left by vibrations in time and space. It is concerned with sound as a medium of artistic expression encompassing performance, sculpture, phonography, experimental notation, and installation. Our festival will synergistically combine a concert performance, a gallery exhibit, a series of portable media works, and provocative lectures as mediums of access to "sonic residues."
The Sonic Residues Exhibition will take place in the Student Activities Center Art Gallery at Stony Brook University from April 29th to May 12th, 2008. The exhibition includes works by Mike Dory, Luke DuBois, Grady Gerbracht, Takafumi Ide, Stephen Lee, Annea Lockwood, Martine Loyato, Nobuho Nagasawa, Timothy Nohe, Jxel Rajchenberg, and others. There will also be a segment of European sound and video pieces curated by Valerie Vivancos. In addition, projects for personal media players will be available for download at the www.sonicresidues.net website.