An event encouraging people of all ages to become active creators of live technological art and mathematically derived music and drawings. You can directly shape electronic drawings on a hot-rodded Vectrex game box from the 80s by controlling an analog modular synthesizer. You will interact with wireless infrared controllers, iPad apps and touch sensors to shape the sound and kinetic drawings. This hands-on workshop is rooted in expressive drawing, fascinating mathematical discoveries of the 19th century, and the “switched-on” synth music of the 1960s.
Timothy Nohe (Baltimore MD) is an artist, composer and educator engaging traditional and electronic media in civic life and public places. His work has been focused upon sustainability and place, and musical and video works for dance and live performance.BUY EVENT TICKET