Temporary Distortion @ Ideal Glass Jan. 7-11

http://www.ps122.org/my-voice-has-an-echo/ MY VOICE HAS AN ECHO IN IT is a six-hour durational performance of live music, spoken text and video set within a freestanding, sound-proof installation that is 24 feet long by 6 feet wide. While viewing the performers through two-way mirrors, audience members listen to music ranging from drifty ambient sounds to erasure poetry […]

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‘Rock N Roll’ AKA Experimental Media and Performance Art

As EMPAC’s promotional literature puts it, “EMPAC’s building is a showcase work of architecture and a unique technological facility that boasts unrivaled presentation and production capabilities for art and science spanning the physical and virtual worlds and the spaces in between.” Johannes Goebel is the founding director of the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center […]

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EMPAC and the culture of Artist in Residency

The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) is a multi-venue arts center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, which opened on October 3, 2008. The director of EMPAC is Johannes Goebel. He was previously the director and founder of the Institute for Music and Acoustics at the Center for […]

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“My Voice Has An Echo In It” Video

http://vimeo.com/112511073   MY VOICE HAS AN ECHO IN IT is a six-hour, installation-based performance with live music, text and video. The performance takes place inside a freestanding, soundproof installation that is 24 feet long by 6 feet wide. Spectators watch the performance through two-way mirrors at listening stations positioned along the outside perimeter of the […]

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