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Archives: Erin Gee

PROGRAMMING: TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal Concert

TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal ConcertJeneen Frei Njootli, Erin Gee, Ts̱ēmā Igharas, Stephanie Loveless, and Miya MasaokaCo-curated by Maiko Tanaka and Myung-Sun Kim

Saturday November 16, 2019 | 3–7PMOCAD University, Graduate Gallery, 205 Richmond St. W., Ground Floor

TELLINGS—A Post-Human Vocal Concert seeks to challenge traditional conceptions of voice. Artists working experimentally with sound—live electronics, deep listening, sound art—perform compositions that explore new modes of vocal …

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EXHIBITION: Worldbuilding

Jeremy Bailey and Kristen D. Schaffer, Eshrat Erfanian, Erin Gee with Alex M. Lee, and Yam Lau with Jonathan Carroll; Curated by John G. Hampton and Maiko Tanaka

03 November – 09 December, 2017Opening Reception: 03 November 2017, 6-8pm

Visit the WORLDBUILDING website HERE!

Worldbuilding is an exhibition of virtual realities debuting this November at Trinity Square Video (TSV). In early …

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SHOWINGS: What can a Vocaloid do?

What can a Vocaloid do?
June 12, 2015, at 6:30PM
Erin Gee
Sandra Annett
“There is a tension between the Body without Organs and the structure of organization or stratification it is embedded in, a tension which can itself be made productive.”
This idea is musical.
– Erin Gee quoting Sandra Annett
For this edition of SHOWINGS, artist Erin Gee presents a reconfigured version of her 2011 …

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SHOWINGS: What can a Vocaloid do?

What can a Vocaloid do?
June 12, 2015, at 6:30PM
Erin Gee
Sandra Annett
“There is a tension between the Body without Organs and the structure of organization or stratification it is embedded in, a tension which can itself be made productive.”
This idea is musical.
– Erin Gee quoting Sandra Annett
For this edition of SHOWINGS, artist Erin Gee presents a reconfigured version of her 2011 …

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SHOWINGS: SciFi Research Series – April events

SHOWINGS is a series of material-discursive events where invited artists, filmmakers, science fiction writers, and future-casters reconfigure our relationships to technologies through a science fiction lens. Inspired by the practices of sci-fi feminisms, afrofuturist storytelling, and science and technology studies, the series experiments with human and posthuman approaches to an ethics of encounter that open up collective knowledges entangled in the past, present and future, …

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SHOWINGS: SciFi Research Series – April events

SHOWINGS is a series of material-discursive events where invited artists, filmmakers, science fiction writers, and future-casters reconfigure our relationships to technologies through a science fiction lens. Inspired by the practices of sci-fi feminisms, afrofuturist storytelling, and science and technology studies, the series experiments with human and posthuman approaches to an ethics of encounter that open up collective knowledges entangled in the past, present and future, …

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