Skinny Tuesdays at the Gate House, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC
FUNcolab Skinny Tuesdays (2011-2012)
(1st Tuesday of Every Month at 6pm)
The next Skinny Tuesday talk at the Gallaudet Gatehouse, aka FUNCOLAB, will be on November 1, 2011, 6-8 p.m., and feature CHANG PARK, a Seoul, Korea/Baltimore, Md. based sound and new media artist and electronic musician.
Parks' work explores boundaries of uni-dimensional and subliminal identity of objects and spaces. Through his variable sound and mixed media presentations (interactive installation, performance, composition), he talks about how sound can be understood as a method of subliminal communication between object and space in terms of psycho-acoustics. He will be introducing his creative and technical processes, and will also perform a sound piece created specifically for the Gallaudet community.
"What's the skinny?" The FUNcolab holds "Skinny Tuesdays" the first Tuesday of every month at the old Gallaudet Gatehouse. Skinny Tuesdays are an informal dialogue on syncretic forms of research, creative thoughts, and new cross disciplinary developments in art, technology, philosophy, and the sciences. Guest speakers from varying creative, philosophical, technical, and scientific backgrounds are invited to speak, present their projects, and to discuss creative ideas with attendees. This is an open forum, so attendees are invited to bring/share their own projects, techniques, and discoveries.
Hosted by Professor Max Kazemzadeh