Reading Frankenstein publication
The latest issue of Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology has just been released. It's their sci-fi issue, and it includes excerpts from the script for my Reading Frankenstein performance project from 2003, with an introduction co-written by me and my collaborator on Reading Frankenstein, Annie Loui. Lots of pix and some video too.
Graduate application season
We are now accepting online applications to our M.F.A. graduate program at UC Irvine. We are a small, highly competitive program best suited for students pursuing intensive research-based practices that would benefit from the myriad of collaborative interdisciplinary opportunities offered by our tier-one research institution. We encourage prospective students interested in Electronic Art and Design to visit our campus to learn more about the EAD area and the UC Irvine Art Department before the Jan. 15, 2014 deadline for applications. More information here and here and here.
I've put up a few more pictures from the "Far-Flung" performances (courtesy of Lee Day), with some information about the show for anyone who missed it. More to come!
Far-Flung has opened!
Our first performance last night went smoothly and was wild fun. Only 3 more performances of this extravaganza!
Oct. 11 and 12 @ 8 pm and Oct. 12 @ 2 pm in the Experimental Media Performance Lab (xMPL) at UC Irvine. Tickets can be bought at the door. Possibly your one chance ever to see me perform in clownface.
Far-Flung follows function
Oct. 10, 11, 12 @ 8 pm and Oct. 12 @ 2 pm in the Experimental Media Performance Lab (xMPL) at UC Irvine. Work is ramping up on the new performance project I'm doing this fall in collaboration with Ursula Endlicher, Far-Flung follows function. It's a pretty wild theatrical exploration in which the performance space turns into a crashing computer whose population of finders, daemons, mice, and the like struggle to avert catastrophe. Welcome to the commedia of the motherboard. Get your tickets here, or check out our website for more information.