Jaslyn Loftin – Mele o Hawaii (The Music of Hawaii)

This eight-minute installation took audiences on a journey of Hawaiian music: from the earliest documented music to the popular Hawaiian music of today. Visuals shown were the historical locations of which the music was practiced, and musical icons that shaped the sound of that era. […]

Jack Dettling – last work//swan song

last work//swan song (2019) computer-driven piano, 4-channel audio, paintings 50 min last work//swan song is an installation based on the music of German Baroque composer Heinrich Schütz. The use of the computer to reconfigure Baroque music was largely inspired by the arca musarithmica, a 17th-century […]

William Gagliano – Silent Transformations

Silent Transformations is a multi-channel video and sound installation which explores the bi-optic lines of reality and abstraction in relation to the lens by which we view, explore and interact with the landscape through qualitative and quantitative data. William Gagliano (1988, Columbus, United States) is […]

IMUU (Weilu x Kelon) – Doppelgänger III

Doppelgänger III is an interactive audiovisual installation that explores the idea of self-awareness. The “mirror” inside the virtual world manifests the audience’s physical body and their psychological projections. The audience is brought into the VR world seeing a primitive state of the mind and they […]

IMUU (Weilu x Kelon) – Doppelgänger

Doppelgänger is an interactive audiovisual installation that explores the idea of surveillance capitalism. It creates an immersive experience that bridges between the physical body and virtual personas. The audience is invited to interact with multimedia elements and characters in a fictional environment while their behavior […]

Abishek Ramesh – Quantum Entanglement

The installation is largely centered around the idea of ‘place’. As the title suggests, I wondered if there is some unavoidable connection (or pull) between you and your place of birth. What are the effects of that connection when you’re physically placed far, far away? […]

Roger Kim – The Giraffe

The Giraffe is an immersive experience that uses graphics, text, sound and interactive objects to tell three stories about a magical creature. Roger Kim‘s work investigates the intersections of rhythm, harmony, orchestration, improvisation, and the juxtaposition of various disciplines including music, dance, and visual media. He has […]

Gillian Perry – Subtext

Subtext features a variety of voices repeating the same text. As the words are repeated and manipulated, a multitude of different meanings arise.  Gillian Rae Perry grew up studying music, theatre, and dance. During her undergraduate career, she also studied film. As a result, Perry […]

Brandon Chang – Our Color Green, Part 1

Our Color Green, Part 1 was an installation that took place the week before St. Patrick’s Day in 2019. Based on the notion that everyone associates the color green with different things and that no two peoples’ definition of the color were the same, the installation […]

Rebecca Drapkin – play_

Bondage/Discipline/Dominance/submission/Sadomasochistic (BDSM) activities are not revolutionary practices. The ethics that surround BDSM, including but not limited to enthusiastic consent, pleasure-oriented sex, negotiation of boundaries, and consensual power exchange can appear revolutionary within a culture that demonizes sexual pleasure. play_ presents BDSM in a non-sensationalized manner […]

IMUU (Weilu Ge x Kelon Cen) – Bubble Fiction

IMUU (Weilu Ge x Kelon Cen)Abstract: Bubble fiction is an interactive installation. The audience are invited to explore an imaginative and immersive space by following the trace of an interactive “bubble” cube. It uses a webcam and a contact transducer as input devices detecting the […]