Jun 12, 2015
A sophisticated generative instrument, The Chime poetically translates the impulses and flows of the city into sound. Just as a traditional wind chime creates sound out of air currents, The Chime reinterprets its surroundings into unique sonic arrangements through elaborate sensor mapping and data visualization. Visitors to the gallery will experience delight—and resist the blasé—as The Chime translates their presence and interaction into beautifully composed music.
Jun 09, 2015
Ticket sales for Making Space for Media Art with curators Adrienne Crossman and Zach Pearl end this Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 4pm. It's also your last chance to grab a series pass -- three brunches for $35! Don't miss out on this dynamic, delicious event.
May 13, 2015
In this interview with InterAccess Programming Coordinator Marissa Neave, curatorial intern Amber Christensen discusses her approach to curating new media work, and gives a hint of what's to come for the Emerging Artists Exhibition this fall.
Sep 2 - 26, 2015
In its 14th year, the InterAccess Emerging Artists Exhibition, curated by a selected emerging curator, features new media work from local
Jul 8 - Aug 8, 2015
InterAccess is pleased to present Marc De Pape’s The Chime live in-gallery this summer. The Chime is a sophisticated generative instrument that poetically translates the impulses and flows of the city into sound.
Jul 6 - 20, 2015
Raspberry Pi 2 is a powerful mini-computer used in many interactive works.
Jul 27, 2015
In this workshop you will learn how to scan an object using the NextEngine 3D scanner, work with
Jul 11, 2015
Marc De Pape and Michael Trommer both employ a process of translation in their multidisciplinary, sound-centred practices. While De Pape’s “The Chime” translates urban movement into a cinematic score, Trommer’s “Transmissions from the Technological Sublime” translates a series of urban field recordings into brooding, nocturnal animation. In this session, De Pape and Trommer discuss how their approaches to sound and place both overlap and diverge, while attending to the aesthetic concerns of their non-visual media.
Aug 8, 2015
In an era of dwindling privacy, investigating the spatial and social infrastructures of surveillance has become a central concern for artists, designers and researchers alike. This session brings together the Department of Unusual Certainties (Christopher Pandolfini and Simon Rabyniuk), and Scott Sørli, to discuss the subversive and artistic potential of technologies of control.