About this Event
February 17 @1PM Eastern
On Friday, February 17th at 1PM, artist Tommy Martinez will lead a session on his generative sound pieces. His projects often begin with computational research exploring physical sound models and psychoacoustic phenomena. He is interested in algorithmic approaches to music making, simulation, and manifestations of identity, tradition and history in electronic culture. Check out his work on his website, here!
This event is part of If, Then: Technology and Poetics, a collaborative, public, and interdisciplinary virtual working group and workshop series promoting inclusivity and skills-building in creative computation. Check out our website here and get in touch with Carly Schnitzler (email@example.com) or Lillian-Yvonne Bertram (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or suggestions.
Supported by Carolina Seminars and the Digital Literacy and Communications Lab at UNC
If, Then: Technology and Poetics is a working group and workshop series that meets monthly over Zoom. In this space, we bring together writers, coders, and scholars investigating the relationships between humans and machines and the works of art, literature, and visual knowledge they produce together. Our group is interdisciplinary and interinstitutional, consisting of faculty, staff, and graduate students from departments ranging from English to Architecture to Computer Science, alongside independent scholars, poets, and creative practitioners and technologists.
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