“(Re)Moving Parts: On Structure and Chaotic Actions in the Design and Build of My (Our) Computer-based Music”
Room 203, Music Building
Through a personal and transpersonal archaeology of creative process, Ed Campion explores how digital tools have helped and hurt in the questioning, discovering, shaping, recombining and designing of new musical experiences. The Western traditions of written music, electro-acoustic music, improvised music, and research-based music all converge and hybridize within the digital tool space. Campion will demonstrate how a non-technical person from the pre-internet age has met the challenges and pitfalls of using and inventing digital tools to inspire and guide artistic outcomes.
Free, a Valente Lecture