Exploring Audiovisual Interactions - First Research Salon and
Lecture with Stanza in Falmouth
an internationally known artist working within net art, multimedia,
and electronic music. Stanza creates participatory digital artworks
across a variety of formats, from the web to CD ROM and gallery
installation, which invite viewers to guide data-flows or to
simply observe self-generating compositions. Stanza’s work
crosses borders between art, technology and science and focuses
on the protocols of the net as a medium.
On May 4th 2005 Stanza will visit iRes and MA Interactive Art & Design
at University College Falmouth. He will deliver a Lecture and will participate
in the first iRES Research Salon.
As part of the Postgraduate Lecture Series, Stanza will present
his key projects to an audience of students and staff at Falmouth.
This is a great opportunity for you to see and hear the work
of one of the most widely known interactive artists, and to participate
in debates central to new media artists today.
At the iRes Research Salon, Stanza will engage in dialogue with
invited artists, scholars and researchers discussing the socio-political
concerns of artists working with new technologies.
iRes Research in Interactive Art & Design at University
College Falmouth is engaged in practice-led research that explores
the relationships between art, design and new technologies.
Currently, work is focused on the development of supplementary
online spaces located in feminist and dialectical materialist
critiques of networks and locative media.
Exploring Audiovisual Interactions