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Friday, April 29
 

10:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://copperbluemedia.com/interactive-therapy

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

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Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



Friday April 29, 2016 10:00am - 5:00pm
Staten Island Children's Museum Chapel Road, Staten Island, NY

1:00pm

The Reverse Color Organ
Ellen Hackl Fagan is an interdisciplinary abstract painter who believes that synaesthesia can be taught. Through interactive tools and crowd sourcing, Fagan is developing a corresponding language of color to sound.
Ellen Hackl Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ and the ColorSoundGrammar Game, two projects that enable viewers to interact aurally with color. In its fifth iteration, now in collaboration with cognitive scientist Michael Cole, the Reverse Color Organ is being developed into an app and website to put this synaesthetic tool into peoples’ hands to be used not only to expand the language of color, but also as a crowd-sourced musical instrument.

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Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
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Joshie Fishbein

Artist/Programmer, joshie studio
joshie fishbein is an artist and programmer based out of New York City, USA. joshie is the programmer of the Reverse Color Organ. In January, he began working with Ellen Hackl Fagan, owner of the ODETTA Gallery and creator of the RCO, and cognitive scientist, Michael Cole, to bring... Read More →



Friday April 29, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206

7:00pm

The Digital Realm
"The Digital Realm" is a performance project that combines live movement , spoken word , costume , two and three dimensional animated projection and custom designed software which enables the projected elements to be controlled in real time. Using digital space as an allegorical take off point , poetic text that describes the relationship between two metaphorical characters is employed to emotionally and intellectually create a deep seated connection between the performer and the projected world. The concept, animation, projection , custom software and costume design is by Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer. Movement and voice is by Ashley Rose Lehrer . This project was first presented in 2012 with the interactive elements linked by Wii controllers. This 2016 version will use the technology of the Kinect2 via Andrew McWilliams fabulous addon from PC to Mac. There will be projection mapping as well as expanded versions of the text and movement. Additional interactive ceramic props will be included.During the two hour installation environment each night, there will be two ten minute theatrical performances at the beginning of each hour. After each performance the audience will, with the guidance of Phyllis and Ashley, have the opportunity to interact with the sensors and props , thus experiencing the Digital Realm for themselves.

This ticketed event is Free..

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avatar for Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer

Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer

Artist, Astral Projections
Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer is a New York City painter/animator/ new media artist who produces moving images that encompassing a myriad of methods. Her background in painting and performance art informs her work. Sound is an integral element. The focus of her new time based work is to... Read More →



Friday April 29, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Nine Lives Brooklyn 409 9th Street, Brooklyn NY
 
Saturday, April 30
 

12:00pm

Cadence 23
a harmonic intervention
30 continuous hours
30 visual & sonic artists
experimental noise ambient deep minimal techno
light sculpture & projection alchemists
in a 7000 sq ft warehouse with open air courtyard 
a temporary arts zone, 30 days, of evolving muralism, sculpture, performance 
$12 advance/ $15 door

3 blocks from PS1, M,7,E,G to Court Square


Going a little epic here. In the tradition of Lunatarium's Airport, SoundLab, Baltick & Zemi17's Auditorium, Unity Gain and Amoeba Technology, Cadence 23 weaves a tapestry of synesthesia experiences worthy of dream science. 

10 PM Saturday night we crescendo into a deep minimal techno groove we will stay in till morning when our other experiments resume. 

Featuring:

Dok Gregory of Plan 23, Zero Gravity Thinkers & Amoeba Tech
SEEJ & collaborators, Kinetic Light Sculpture & Projection alchemy
Zemi17 (Bunker, the Danger, co-founder of Auditorium)
David Linton (founder Unity Gain & mission for temporal art)
Leisure Muffin, (The Bunker NY, Monophonic Antelope)
Sean Clute (founder, Double Vision)
Leif Hunneman (The Simulcrum Project, }hex dump{)
Socks & Sandals (Microcosm Music, Love and Cush Records(
exileFaker (8bitpeoples)
and many more.... 

with live performances by

Bisan Toron, extraordinary voices 
FeatherboneBlack, body of elements 
agent mT, intertidal poetics
naoki iwakawa, action painting & sound: total eclipse  
Hisayasu takashio with Kelvin Daly, live sculpture & sound

Experts

Saturday April 30, 2016 12:00pm - Sunday May 1, 2016 5:00am
25-20 43rd Ave, Long Island City 11101

12:30pm

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



Saturday April 30, 2016 12:30pm - 5:00pm
Staten Island Children's Museum Chapel Road, Staten Island, NY
 
Sunday, May 1
 

5:00am

Cadence 23
a harmonic intervention
30 continuous hours
30 visual & sonic artists
experimental noise ambient deep minimal techno
light sculpture & projection alchemists
in a 7000 sq ft warehouse with open air courtyard 
a temporary arts zone, 30 days, of evolving muralism, sculpture, performance 
$12 advance/ $15 door

3 blocks from PS1, M,7,E,G to Court Square


Going a little epic here. In the tradition of Lunatarium's Airport, SoundLab, Baltick & Zemi17's Auditorium, Unity Gain and Amoeba Technology, Cadence 23 weaves a tapestry of synesthesia experiences worthy of dream science. 

10 PM Saturday night we crescendo into a deep minimal techno groove we will stay in till morning when our other experiments resume. 

Featuring:

Dok Gregory of Plan 23, Zero Gravity Thinkers & Amoeba Tech
SEEJ & collaborators, Kinetic Light Sculpture & Projection alchemy
Zemi17 (Bunker, the Danger, co-founder of Auditorium)
David Linton (founder Unity Gain & mission for temporal art)
Leisure Muffin, (The Bunker NY, Monophonic Antelope)
Sean Clute (founder, Double Vision)
Leif Hunneman (The Simulcrum Project, }hex dump{)
Socks & Sandals (Microcosm Music, Love and Cush Records(
exileFaker (8bitpeoples)
and many more.... 

with live performances by

Bisan Toron, extraordinary voices 
FeatherboneBlack, body of elements 
agent mT, intertidal poetics
naoki iwakawa, action painting & sound: total eclipse  
Hisayasu takashio with Kelvin Daly, live sculpture & sound

Experts

Sunday May 1, 2016 5:00am - 11:00pm
25-20 43rd Ave, Long Island City 11101

10:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



7:00pm

The Digital Realm
"The Digital Realm"_x009d_ is a performance project that combines live theatrical movement , spoken word and costume with two and three dimensional animation and custom designed software which enables the projected elements to be controlled in real time. Using the Digital realm as an allegorical take off point , poetic text that describes the relationship between two metaphorical characters is used to emotionally and intellectually create a deep seated connection between the performer and the projected world. The animation, projection , custom software and costume is by Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer. Movement and voice is by Ashley Rose Lehrer . This project was first presented in 2012 with the interactive elements linked by Wii controllers. This 2016 version will use the technology of the Kinect2 and projection mapping as well as expanded versions of the text and movement. Additional interactive ceramic props will be included.

This ticketed event is Free..

Experts
avatar for Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer

Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer

Artist, Astral Projections
Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer is a New York City painter/animator/ new media artist who produces moving images that encompassing a myriad of methods. Her background in painting and performance art informs her work. Sound is an integral element. The focus of her new time based work is to... Read More →



Sunday May 1, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Nine Lives Brooklyn 409 9th Street, Brooklyn NY
 
Tuesday, May 3
 

11:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



 
Wednesday, May 4
 

11:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



Wednesday May 4, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
Staten Island Children's Museum Chapel Road, Staten Island, NY

2:00pm

MuseumDraw
Have mobile, can draw.  With this as the jumping off point, you'll be guided through a participatory workshop in the galleries with some of the Guggenheim Museum's most iconic permanent collection artworks.  Artist/educator Paige Dansinger will introduce simple drawing techniques to get you using your own mobile device for artistic creativity.  You'll have a chance to practice digital drawing and learn about and discuss the art with Paige and Guggenheim educator Rachel Ropeik.  Learn how to draw #MuseumSelfies.  Excite yourself in new ways with mobile technology!  Come explore the Guggenheim's collection of modern masters including Vasily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Natalia Goncharova, Piet Mondrian, and more.

Experts
avatar for Paige Dansinger

Paige Dansinger

Founder, GalleryPaige
http://ctw.nyc/speakers/paige-dansinger?fromSched=1Paige Dansinger creates traditional and digital artworks which reanimate the history of art. Creating the prototype #DrawArt mobile application in 2012 she established herself as a specialist in developing digital engagement experiences... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Ropeik

Rachel Ropeik

Manager of Public Engagement, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum



Wednesday May 4, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Guggenheim 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128
 
Thursday, May 5
 

11:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



Thursday May 5, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
Staten Island Children's Museum Chapel Road, Staten Island, NY
 
Friday, May 6
 

11:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



 
Saturday, May 7
 

1:30pm

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.



 
Sunday, May 8
 

10:00am

Rainbow Resonance
Tickets for the Staten Island Children's Museum cost $8 and must be purchased at the door.
Rainbow Resonance is a computer vision installation that generates colors and musical sounds of the equivalent sound frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, according to the motion of the participator. The audience is encouraged to participate in a playful performance that engages the body to produce colorful images and sound resonances through simple movements. Anyone can potentially create a personal experience within the installation. The color scheme is based on the visible light spectrum and is also inspired by the chakras.

Light wavelengths are transposed 40 octaves below, into audible sound frequencies and mapped to an 8 tone musical scale based on Pythagorean mathematics. The resulting eight-tone scale corresponds to the 'white keys' on the piano, and represents the seven predominant colors of the light spectrum.

An all encompassing composition of the frequencies occurs when the arms extend upwards towards the sky. The movement is reminiscent of the exercise 'Carrying the Moon' in Chi Kung, an ancient Chinese method of healing.

More info: http://www.rainbowresonance.com
http://www.copperbluemedia.com/interactive_therapy.html

Experts
avatar for Sofia Paraskeva

Sofia Paraskeva

Creative Technologist/Media Designer, Copperblue media
Sofia Paraskeva an Interactive Designer with expertise in musical and visual performance installations. Her work spans across interactive video and sound design, interactive wireless wearables such as musical gloves and bodysuits, motion graphics design, visual effects, video production... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Staten Island Children's Museum

Staten Island Children's Museum

New York City's premiere kids destination! The Museum offers hands-on & minds -on fun for children ages 1 and up. Expanding minds & imaginations since 1974.