Time Arts Professor Presents via Internet2 to International Conference


Bart Bridger Woodstrup's (Visiting Assistant Professor of Time Arts - Design and Media Arts) co-located internet performance with Tintinnabulate/SoundWIRE was recently published by Deep Listening Publications. Bart designed and performed the live visual effects that were broadcast via Internet2 to the International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD) in Montreal on June 26, 2007. He was also responsible for editing the published video.

More information on the performance can be found here.

Deep Listening Publications is a unique annotated artists' catalog committed to music and sound works that transcend cultural boundaries and stretch the mind. The Deep Listening Catalog is curated by Pauline Oliveros, an internationally acclaimed composer, performer, author and lecturer. Oliveros has worked at the forefront of new music composition since the fifties and today is considered one of the world's most distinguished experimental composers.

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