April 30th, 2007
Sound in Art | Art in Sound Family Art Day @ the MMAA
Sunday, May 20, 2007, 1-5pm
Play a theremin, interact with sound, and hone your listening skills! Join exhibition artists J. Anthony Allen, Christopher Baker and Jack Pavlik, and circuit bender Scott Deyo for an afternoon of sound exploration.
More info here.
April 21st, 2007
Late last week Chris Roberts from Minnesota Public Radio interviewed a handful of artists about the Sound in Art / Art in Sound exhibition at the MMAA in Saint Paul, MN. J. Anthony Allen and I talked a bit about Urban Echo. The story should air on Morning Edition this Monday 23 April, 2007 sometime between 6:30 – 9:00 AM. I’ll post a link to the story as soon as they make one. Tune in to 91.1 FM if you are within earshot of MPR. Check here or here for a nice coverage map.
23 April, 07 UPDATE: Find the story and images here (and please note, the curator’s name is Theresa Downing, not Theresa Downham).
April 21st, 2007
The Wishes for the Sky Earth Day celebration will be occuring on Sunday 21 April 2007, Earth Day. Come visit. I’ll be working on the live sound collage. Previous info here.
April 18th, 2007
You can find the Urban Echo (Live) version here. It is still under construction, but there is a bit to enjoy.
April 11th, 2007
Urban Echo will be opening at the MMAA on Saturday night, 14 April, 2007. The party will run from 7-10pm and all are invited to attend. Please go here or here for more specifics and info.
In the mean time, please please please contribute to the project before the openeing. Instructions can be found here. C’mon, go for it.
April 5th, 2007
As you may or may not have noticed, I just migrated over to http://christopherbaker.net. Please update any links that you care to. http://hybrids.cla.umn.edu will continue to redirect old links for the next year or so, but nothing will live there any more. If something appears to be missing, post a comment here.
April 4th, 2007
R. Justin Stewart and I are currently working on a collaborative study that takes its cues from architecture, sculpture and design. We will be presenting the work sometime in mid-May (more specifics later). For now, a photo from our 4th round of experiments last night.
See the project page.