Daniel Iglesia - EDAR 2008
(upcoming, January 2009)
This exhibition is a site-specific installation created by artist Daniel Iglesia during the 2008 EdLab Digital Art Residency (EDAR). The six works in this exhibition are computer code for creating video for red-blue "3-D" glasses, and explore the possibility for creating virtual learning spaces "on the fly." Some contain audio. Some are purely generative while others take human input through sound or video. They are written in the computer language Processing (which is built on Java, making it easily distributable over webpages).
Daniel Iglesia creates music and media for humans, computers, and broad interactions of the two. He is especially interested in live manipulations of sound and video, with notions of automation and algorithmic composition, the magnification of inherent chaos in sounds, and real-time media performance with traditional instruments. His works have taken the form of audio and video performance, instrumental works with live electronics, gallery installations, and collaborations with many disciplines such as theater and dance. His work has been presented throughout New York City in such diverse venues as Lincoln Center, Eyebeam Gallery, The Stone, Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, Merce Cunningham Studio, Roulette, the Public Theater, the Delancey, and in international festivals in the U.S., France, and Spain. He is currently a teaching fellow at the Columbia University Computer Music Center.
Created By: Daniel Iglesia