Systems | Information | Learning | Optimization

Things that go beep in the night

When I was a naive undergraduate and disenchanted with the prospect of becoming a math professor, I enrolled in graduate school at MIT to work on computer music. My career as an electroacoustic scholar ended quickly but opened my eyes to the world of interactive sound art. In this talk, I’ll survey my own work using sound to explore our relationships to engineering and technology. I’ll describe several of my projects from the last decade, outlining some of the questions with which my collaborators and I grappled. How do we relate to our sonic devices? Could these devices give us new experiences and new sounds? I’ll close by discussing how we might build an interdisciplinary community to explore similar ideas here at Madison
April 6 @ 12:30
12:30 pm (1h)

Discovery Building, Orchard View Room

Ben Recht