Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Visualizing Theorem at UTSA

Visualizing Theorem
Exhibit Opening

Saturday 4.2.2011

A net-wide and interdisciplinary collaborative show is opening at University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The installations are based on tracks from real life album ‘Theorem’ produced by Ulf Skogsbergh, which is itself the result of online collaboration between ten musicians from the social networking website Indaba Music.

Curated by Misprint Thursday [who has done an amazing HUD], this exhibit features sixteen installations; each of the contributing artists selected a track from the album ‘Theorem’ to work from as their inspiration. Visitors to the exhibit can view immersive art pieces; play tracks from ‘Theorem’ and listen to dream-like soundscapes set at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) sim.

Participating Artists:

AM Radio, Betty Tureaud, Binary Quandry, Blue Tsuki, Dekka Raymaker, Desdemona Enfield, Douglas Story, Formatting Heliosense, March Macbain, Misprint Thursday, Oberon Onmura, Penumbra Carter, Pinkpink Sorbet, pixel Reanimator, Scarp Godenot, Sledge Roffo and Werner Kurosawa.

My own Prime Radiant is there.

Additional Performance Schedule:

Sunday 3rd April
12:00 Midnight SLT:
pixel Reanimator performance

Sunday 10th April
11:00am SLT
pixel Reanimator performance

Sunday April 17
4:00am SLT
pixel Reanimator performance

Update: VT made the Second Life Destinations Guide, featuring a shot of Prime Radiant in the notice :)

Misprint has published the Show Catalogue here with a great foreword by L1Aura Loire.


sororNishi said...

Wow, that sounds great. (you might wanna check those dates tho)

Miso Susanowa said...

fixed, ty soror :)

Unknown said...

Glow is Good. Moar Glow is BETTER ;-)

-Your Glowtard Wolf Pal

June said...

Had myself a seat on one of your comfy mushrooms, and enjoyed the life you gave that old moon in the middle. Thanks Miso!

Iono Allen said...

And you will find the machinima of the installation here:

Enjoy !