PROJET DU JOUR
* The 123rd Street The Youth Program finally has official IRS 501(c)(3) status!
* Dig "Why Just Teach Art: The Development of the Hippocampus" the lead article for the inaugural issue of Bioscience and Engineering.
* Now you can order the book Augmented Reality Art: From an Emerging Technology to a Novel Creative Medium (which includes "Why We Might Augment Reality: Art's Role in the Development of Cognition") from the publisher (Springer!).
* The music web gallery L'autre Musique Laboratoire is featuring a piece of mine, Migration in their show "noise". Listen to it, watch and/or read the mini-interview.
* The 60x60 Surround Sound presentation will feature "Closed-circuitry for Violoncello and Harmonics" at Harvestworks, 596 Broadway, #602, New York, NY 10012, May 16, 7:00.
* If you missed the BRURAL show at BRAC, so happens that there'll be another BRURAL show (including "The Communal Mirror") for you to catch at the OkNo Gallery in Chelyabinsk, Russia!
judsoN wearing an EEG to measure brain waves.
Art is a strategy we all employ in different ways,
to learn about our ever-changing world.
The works here are means of developing active
sensory-motor schemas in others.
Artists and curators often expect
objets d'art, for passive, remote study,
as we might study dead bugs in petri dishes.
Instead, we are interested in art systems.
Active gross muscle coordination is essential to
the construction of these cognitive schemas.
This art/work centers on the (mostly spontaneous) strategies
we invent for turning rocks over,
in order to to interact with the fascinating world
scurrying about beneath.