Speaker: Luke DuBois, New York University
Stemming from his investigations of “time-lapse phonography,” Luke DuBois‘ work is a sonic and encyclopedic relative to time-lapse photography. Just as a long camera exposure fuses motion into a single image, his projects reveal the average sonority, visual language, and vocabulary in music, film, text, or cultural information.
Free and open to the public; for more details, please visit the website.
Luke DuBois is Co-Director and Associate Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU. He had a survey exhibition, “R. Luke DuBois – Now,” at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida. He holds a DMA in Composition from Columbia University.
Sponsored by the Collaboratory Fellows Fund.
This Artists Using Data series was conceived and curated by Miya Masaoka, Sound Art MFA, School of the Arts.