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Sean Matthew Clute

Sean Matthew Clute

area: Media Art

Key Facts

nationality

USA

area

Media Art

residence

Oakland

recommending institution

Fulbright Commission

time period

January 2009 - February 2009

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS:
Intermedia collaboration (video, sound, performance)
Interactive video and electronic music performance
Audiovisual software and hardware instrument building

EDUCATION:
Graduate: Mills College, Oakland, CA
Degree: Masters of Fine Arts in Electronic Music and Recording Media, May 2005
Key Instructors: Chris Brown, Pauline Oliveros, Anne LeBaron, June Watanabe, Les Stuck, Barney Haynes, John Bischoff, Maggi Payne

Undergraduate: University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
Degree: Bachelors of Arts in Music, May 1998
Key Instructors: Christopher Shultis, Gene Youngblood, Richard Hermann

Additional: Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 2012, Snowmass, CO
Workshop: Studio Mashup: photography, video and processing
Key Instructors: Casey Reas, Andrea Wallace

Additional: Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 2008, Snowmass, CO
Workshop: Interactive Imaging: computational and interactive artworks
Key Instructor: Golan Levin

Additional: Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 2007, Snowmass, CO
Workshop: Processing: coding for responsive graphics and video
Key Instructor: Ben Fry

Additional: Kitchen Summer Institute, 2003, New York, NY
Key Instructors: Pauline Oliveros, Paul Kaiser, Terence Pender, Brad Garton, Luke DuBois

AWARDS and GRANTS:
• Faculty Development Grant, Johnson State College (2011, 2012)
• Professional Development Grant, Johnson State College (2011, 2012)
• Anderson Ranch Scholarship in Digital Media (2007, 2008, 2012)
• The George and Beatrice Wolfson Honorary Fellowship (2010)
• The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Grant, on behalf of DOUBLE VISION (2009)
• Zellerbach Family Foundation Grant, on behalf of DOUBLE VISION (2006, 2007, 2009)
• Center for Cultural Innovation, Investing in Artists grant, Finalist (2009)
• Fulbright Award Vienna, Austria (2009)
• Meet the Composer's Metlife Creative Connections Grant (2008)
• Frog Peak Collective Experimental Music Award (2005)
• Mills College Graduate Music Alumnae Scholarship (2003-2005)
• Herringer Prize for Excellence in Art History (2005)
• Crothers Award for Music Composition (2003-2005)
• Hellman Award in Music (2004-2005)
• Lynn T. White Award (2003-2005)
• The Kitchen Sidney Kahn Scholarship (2004)
• University of New Mexico Amigo Scholarship (1994-1998)
• National Honors Society Golden Key Award (1998)

RESIDENCIES:
• Institut für Alles Mögliche, Büro für bestimmte Dinge, Berlin, Germany (8/30-9/14/13)
• Takt Kunstprojektraum, Berlin, Germany (6/5-31/13)
• CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (8/20-24/12)
• OZU, Monteleone Sabino, Italy (8/4-7/11)
• Flórián Műhely, Budapest, Hungry (7/23-31/11)
• Ionion Center for the Arts, Kefalonia, Greece (7/4-9/11)
• CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (5/17-6/16/11)
• Silo Artist Residency Program, Kirkland Farm, Springtown, PA (2/18-2/22/10)
• Resident Artist Workshop, 975 Howard St., San Francisco, CA (11/2009-12/2009)
• Djerassi Artist-In-Residence, Woodside, CA (8/2009)
• MuseumsQuartier Wien, Austria (1/1/2009-3/1/2009)
• Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University (9/9/2009)
• ARTS Lab, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (9/14/08 - 9/20/08)
• Stevie Eller Dance Theater, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (9/8/08 - 9/13/08)
• Resident Artist Workshop, 975 Howard St., San Francisco, CA (1/1/2008-3/15/08)
• VSA N4th Theater and Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (5/28/2007-6/3/07)

TEACHING:
• Assistant Professor of Fine and Performing Arts, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (2010 - )
New courses designed and taught: Intro to Digital Media, Time-based Media, Advanced Digital Media, Graphic Design, Animation, Intermedia, Video Art, iMe: Reinventing Yourself in the Digital Age.

• Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA. Lecturer, Living in a Media World 1 (2008-2010)
• Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA. Instructor, Living in a Media World 1 (2008-2010)
• Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA. Instructor, Professional Life Skills (2008-2010)
• University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Visiting Artist, Department of Music (2008)
• Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA. Instructor, Media Sound and Visual 2 (2007-2010)
• Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA. Instructor, Living in a Media World 2 (2007-2010)

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES and COMMITTEE WORK:
• Designed and implemented new BFA in Media Arts degree, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (2012 - )
• Program Planning Board, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (2012 - )
• Director, Impractical Practicalities Series, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (2011 - )
• Curriculum Committee, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (2011 - )
• Quantitative Reasoning Committee, Johnson State College Johnson, VT (2011 - )
• Co-Artistic Director, DOUBLE VISION, San Francisco, CA (2003- )
• Peer Reviewer, Fulbright Scholar Program, The Council for International Exchange of Scholars, United States Department of the State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. (2009-2012)
• Portfolio Reviewer, Center for Technology, Essex Junction, VT (2011, 2012)
• Peer Reviewer, International Computer Music Conference, New York, NY (2010)
• Broadcast Audio Tester, Orban/CRL Broadcasting, San Leandro, CA (2004-2008)
• Composer and Performance Artist, Ransom Corp., New York, NY (1998-2001)
• Music Librarian Assistant, Columbia University, New York, NY (1999-2000)
• Marketing / Promotion Intern, The Kitchen, New York, NY. (1998-1999)
• Personal Assistant, Molly Davies, Flynn Theater, Burlington, VT (1999)

INVITED PRESENTATIONS:
• “Transforming Students from Consumers to Creators.” Invited presenter, Vermont State Colleges Academic Retreat. Vermont Technical College, Randolph, VT (5/19/11)
• “Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #3).” Invited presenter, International Computer Music Conference. New York, NY (6/2/10)
• “Interconnectivity and Co-dependence with the Machine.” Speaker, DUC X (Dance Under Construction), University of California, Berkeley, CA (4/25, 26/08)
• “DIY and the Open Source Movement: Media Empires, Rebellions, and Collaborations.” Speaker, Empire Conference: Migrations, Diasporas, Networks. California State University. Turlock, CA (3/13-15/08)
• “Impossible Blueprint: Territorial Collisions in Intermedia Performance.” Key Speaker, Mobility of the Line Conference. University of Brighton, UK (1/08)

LECTURES, WORKSHOPS AND PANELS:
• Introductory talk. Impractical Practicalities talk for Una Lee, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (11/14/12)
• Artist talk. International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), Albuquerque, NM (9/21/12)
• Introductory talk. Impractical Practicalities talk for Nick Fox-Gieg, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (9/21/12)
• Introductory talk. Impractical Practicalities talk for Talia Moore and Michael Wehner, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (10/24/10)
• Workshop. Intermedia Performance, CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (3/26/11)
• Artist Talk. Julian Scott Gallery, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (3/10/11)
• Introductory talk. For Visiting Artist Johannes Grenzfurthner, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (12/9/10)
• Plenary talk. MARS (Media Art Research Studio) Opening. Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (9/22/10)
• Artist talk. University of Maine, Farmington, ME (2/24/10)
• Artist talk. Djerassi Institute, Woodside, CA (8/13/09)
• Artist talk. Michigan State University, Department of Art and Art History, East Lansing, MI (4/13/09)
• Lecture. Systems in Intermedia Performance. ZHdK Zurich University of the Arts, ICST Institute for Computer Music and Sound, Zurich, Switzerland (2/17/09)
• Lecture. DOUBLE VISION intermedia. Institut Intermédií, Praha, Czech Republic (2/13/09)
• Workshop, Lecture. Pécsi Tudományegyetem Művészeti Kar, Pécs, Hungry (2/11/09)
• Lecture. Systems in Intermedia Performance. Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Austria (1/22/09)
• Lecture. New Systems in Intermedia Performance. College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM (9/19/08)
• Lecture. New Systems in Intermedia Performance . Music and Dance Departments, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (9/12/08)
• Lecture. New Systems in Intermedia Performance . Dance Matters Series, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ (9/11/08)
• Lecture. DOUBLE VISION Intermedia Performance. Amherst College, Amherst, MA (7/11/08)
• Lecture and Workshop. Meet the Composer: Self, Selfishness, Self-exploration, Self-seeded, Sound, and Cells. Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA (2/3/08)
• Lecture and Workshop. Meet the Composer: The Group, Collaboration, Power by Numbers. Expression College for Digital Arts, Emeryville, CA (2/10/08)
• Lecture and Workshop. Meet the Composer: The Hybrid, The Self in a Group, Boundaries, Integrity, Beyond the Self. The Garage, San Francisco, CA (2/17/08)
• Lecture and Workshop. Video Outside of the Box. Cal State University, Stanislaus, CA (2/07)
• Lecture and Workshop. Interface. Cal State University, Stanislaus, CA (11/06)
• Lecture and Panel. Dance and Technology. Mills College, CA (10/06)
• Lecture. Crossing Borders-Telepresence and Art. California College of the Arts, CA (11/04)
• Lecture. From Gutai Bijutsu Kyokai To Allan Kaprow. Mills College, CA (2/04)

PUBLICATIONS:
• Clute, S., Jennings, P. “Double Vision Performance: Territorial Collisions in Intermedia Performance.”
ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness Fall 2012 Conference Proceedings. ISEA2012 Albuquerque:
Machine Wilderness, 18th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Albuquerque, NM, September 19-25, 2012.
• Clute, S. “Audiovisual Performance [Abstract].” ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness Fall 2012
Conference Proceedings. ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness, 18th International Symposium on
Electronic Art, Albuquerque, NM, September 19-25, 2012.
• Clute, S., Jennings P. “They don’t do those here. DOUBLE VISION Residency in Vienna.” In Dance Magazine. San Francisco, CA (April 2010).
• Clute, S. “Impossible Blueprint: Territorial Collisions in Intermedia Performance.” Proceeding in the 2008
Mobility of the Line Conference. University of Brighton, Brighton, UK (January 2008).
• Clute, S., Jennings, P. “DOUBLE VISION: To Futurism and Back Again.” In Dance Magazine. San Francisco, CA (April 2007).
• Jennings, P., Clute, S. “Disembodied Head.” Proceeding abstract in 2006 Digital Technologies and Performing Arts Conference (DTPA). Doncaster, UK (June 2006).
• Clute, S. “Slot Machines, Interactivity, and Composition.” Chapter in Sonar Echo Network. Published by Ransom Corp. Brooklyn, NY (June, 2003).

PERFORMANCES:
2012
• CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (12/16/12)
• Eastern Bloc, Montreal, QC (12/15/12)
• Goddard College, Plainfield, VT (12/14/12)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (10/19-21/12)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (9/28/12)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (1/26, 28/12)
2011
• Goddard College, Plainfield, VT (12/10/11)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (10/4-6/11)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (9/23/11)
• Dance New Amsterdam, New York, NY (9/10/11)
• River Arts, Morrisville, VT (9/1-3/11)
• John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (9/23/11)
• River Arts, Morrisville, VT (9/1-3/11)
• Phantom Theater, Warren, VT (8/18-20/11)
• OZU, Monteleone Sabino, Italy (8/6/11)
• Expression College, Emeryville, CA (8/6/11)
• Flórián Műhely, Budapest, Hungry (7/30/11)
• Stadion, Brno, Czech Republic (7/20-21/11)
• Primo Piano LivinGallery, Lecce, Italy (7/12/11)
• Ionian Art Center, Kefalonia, Greece (7/9/11)
• CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (6/18/11)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (5/4-5/11)
• Tisch School of Dance, New York University, New York, NY (4/16/11)
• CDandFS, Montpelier, VT (3/6/11)
2010
• Merce Cunningham Studio, New York, NY (7/9-10/10)
• Hammer Museum, Los Angles, CA (6/5/10)
• Beaubourg 268, San Francisco, CA (5/22/10)
• CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA (5/1/10)
• Dance Mission Theater, San Francisco, CA (4/9-11/10)
• Victoria Theater, San Francisco, CA (2/20/10)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (1/15,16,21,23/10)
2009
• Rowan Lofts, Los Angeles, CA (12/10/09)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (11/20/09)
• Mr. Smith’s, San Francisco, CA (11/3/09)
• Art Deco Theater, Alameda, CA (9/25/09)
• Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA (8/7/09)
• Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (6/27/09)
• Middle Harbor Shoreline Park, Oakland, CA (5/30/09)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (5/2/09)
• Museumsquartier Wien, Austria (2/21/09)
• Institut Intermédií, Praha, Czech Republic (2/13/09)
• Pécsi Tudományegyetem Művészeti Kar, Pécs, Hungry (2/11/09)
2008
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (11/20-22/08)
• Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (10/25/08)
• Monkey Town, Brooklyn, NY (10/06/08)
• B A R N, Brooklyn, NY (10/04/08)
• The Orphanage, Chicago, IL (9/28/08)
• Fuse Factory, Bar of Modern Art, Columbus, OH (9/26/08)
• Old Main Chapel Theater, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (9/22/08)
• Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM (9/20/08)
• ARTS Lab, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (9/18-19/08)
• Stevie Eller Dance Theater, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (9/12-13/08)
• Strauss Performing Arts Center, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE (9/11/08)
• Dance Studio Theater, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ (9/11/08)
• Trunk Space, Phoenix, AZ (9/9/08)
• Arts Alive TV, San Francisco, CA (9/8/08)
• Electric Lodge, Los Angeles, CA (9/4-5/08)
• BASIC, San Diego, CA (9/2/08)
• Wulf, Los Angeles, CA (9/1/08)
• DragonBar, San Francisco, CA (8/21/08)
• Anderson Ranch Center for the Arts, Snowmass, CO (8/8/08)
• Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (5/17/08)
• California State University Art Gallery, Stanislaus, CA (4/30/08)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (4/11-13/08)
• Music on Main, Vancouver, BC (3/17/08)
• Mills College Music and Dance Alumni Concert. Mills College, Oakland, CA (2/9/08)
• The Garage, San Francisco, CA (1/18, 19, 24, 25, 27/08)
• The Blankenship Ballet Center, Los Angeles, CA (1/17-19/08)
2007
• Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (12/5/07)
• DragonBar, San Francisco, CA (11/15/07)
• Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (10/28/07)
• The Lab, San Francisco, CA (10/14/07)
• 21 Grand, Oakland, CA (9/28)
• Lassen National Forest, CA (6/29-7/3/07)
• Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO (6/22/07)
• VSA Arts North 4th Theater, Albuquerque, NM (6/1-3/07)
• CAKE Gallery, Albuquerque, NM (6/2/07)
• Speakeasy Theater, El Cerrito, CA (5/25/07)
• The New York Society for Acoustic Ecology, free103point9, Brooklyn, NY (5/3, 10, 17, 24/07)
• Dance Mission Theater, San Francisco, CA (4/12-15/07)
• Red Ink Gallery, San Francisco, CA (1/9-11/07)
2006
• CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA (12/10/06)
• DragonBar, San Francisco, CA (11/16/06)
• Boxcar Theater/various locations, San Francisco, CA (9/7-16/06)
• ODC Theater, San Francisco, CA (9/16/06)
• Missing Piece/various locations, San Francisco, CA (8/19/06)
• San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA (8/10/06)
• Liquid SPACES Gallery, San Francisco, CA (7/21/06)
• CELLspace, San Francisco, CA (5/26-27/06)
• CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA (4/28-29/06)
• The Regency Center, San Francisco, CA (4/8/06)
• Parkway Theater, Oakland, CA (2/28/06)
• RX Gallery, San Francisco, CA (1/27/06)
2005
• Jon Sims Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (12/9-10/05)
• CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA (12/8/05)
• Private Residence, South Lake Tahoe, CA (11/25-26/05)
• Mad Horse Loft, Oakland, CA (11/19/05)
• Dance Mission Theater, San Francisco, CA (10/7-8/05)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (10/1/05)
• WORKS/San Jose, San Jose, CA (9/24/05)
• Theater Artuad, San Francisco, CA (08/3-4, 18, 21/05)
• Lobot Gallery, Oakland, CA (8/2/05)
• Rx Gallery, San Francisco, CA (6/3/05)
• Oakland Metro, Oakland, CA (5/27/05)
• Luggage Store, San Francisco, CA (5/12/05)
• Line Space Line Series. Selah, Los Angeles, CA (5/2/05)
• WORKS/San Jose, San Jose, CA (4/29/05)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (3/31/05)
• Jon Sims Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (3/4-5/05)
• Krannert Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Chapaign, IL (3/7/05)
• Roy O. Disney Hall, Valencia, CA (2/27/05)
• TED2005 (Technology, Entertainment, and Design Conference). Monterey, CA (2/25/05)
• Rx Gallery, San Francisco, CA (1/27/05)
• Selah, Los Angeles, CA (1/25/05)
• 848 Space, San Francisco, CA (1/22/05)
2004
• California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA (12/17/04)
• Eight Street Studio, Berkeley, CA (11/14/04)
• Oakland Metro, Oakland, CA (10/29/04)
• Shotwell Studios, San Francisco, CA (10/8-9/04)
• Greek Theater, Mills College, Oakland, CA (9/17/04)
• Mt. Shasta Wilderness, CA (8/31-9/1/04)
• Black Box Theater, Oakland, CA (8/27/04)
• Berkezerkly dreamzzz. Berkeley, CA (7/12/04)
• House Of Clouds, Albuquerque, NM (6/29/04)
• Mighty, San Francisco, CA (6/25/04)
• California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA (6/1/04)
• Danforth Hall, Mills Collage, Oakland, CA (5/24/04)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (5/4-5/04)
• Mills College (CA) and RPI (NY) (4/30/04)
• Lisser Hall, Mills College, Oakland, CA (2/26-27/04)
• Roy O. Disney Theater, CalArts, Valencia, CA (2/1/04)
• REDCAT Theater, Los Angeles, CA (1/31/04)
2003
• 23 Windows, Brooklyn, NY (12/12/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (12/10/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (12/3/03)
• Prieto Lab, Mills College, Oakland, CA (12/2/03)
• Eighth Street Studio, Berkeley, CA (11/8/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (10/31/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (10/16/03)
• B+S Ranch, Oakland, CA (10/4/03)
• With Jose Roque Ensemble. Salvation Theater, Los Angeles, CA (9/29/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (9/4/03)
• Pacific Wilderness, OR (8/8-9/03)
• Concord Academy, MA (7/26/03)
• Hayden Planetarium, The Museum of Natural History, New York City, NY (7/5/03)
• The Kitchen, New York City, NY (6/26/03)
• 23 Windows, Brooklyn, NY (6/21/03)
• The Kitchen, New York City, NY (6/19/03)
• The Kitchen, New York City, NY (6/12/03)
• 2314 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley, CA (5/10/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (4/30/03)
• With Nyonman Windha. Mills College, Oakland, CA (4/26/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (4/24/03)
• With Ann Warde. Mills College, Oakland, CA (3/6/03)
• Steina Vasulka Concert. Mills College, Oakland, CA (3/1/03)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (2/20/03)
2002
• Tea Party House, Oakland, CA (10/26/02)
• Umspannwerk Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany (5/25-6/8/02)
• Mills College, Oakland, CA (4/5/02)
2001
• Mills College, Oakland, California (12/15/01)
• California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California (12/2/01)
• 23 Windows, Williamsburgh, Brooklyn (12/15/01)
• Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY (1/26-28/01)
2000
• Umspannwerk Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany (11/3-4/00)
• The Hisrch, Nuremberg, Germany (10/28/00)
• M.S. Stubnitz, Rostock, Germany (10/26-28/00)
• Klubhaus der Jugend, Saalfeld, Germany (10/24/00)
• La Case-A-Chocs, Neuchatel, Switerland (10/21/00)
• Kabelwerk, Vienna, Austria (10/12-15/00)
• Physical Arts Center, Williamsburgh, Brooklyn, NY (10/5-7/00)
• DUMBO Theater, Brooklyn, NY (8/24-27/00)
• Rubulad, Willamsburgh, Brooklyn, NY (8/26/00)
• CHASHAMA Deli Dances Times Square, NYC (8/8-9/00)
• DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY (7/20/00)
• Frying Pan, New York City, NY (6/23/00)
• Faunstock, NY (6/16-18/00)
• House of Clouds, Albuquerque, NM (5/3/00)
• Tung Fa Noodle Factory, Williamsburgh, Brooklyn, NY (4/8/00)
• Frying Pan, New York City, NY (3/7-8/00)
1999
• La Ma Ma Etc..., New York, NY (12/17-19/99)
• F-Train to Coney Island, New York, NY (12/3/99)
• Smack Mellon Studios, DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY (11/13/99)
• Clinton Community College, Plattsburgh, NY (10/29/09)
• The DUMBO Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY (10/16/99)
• Da Disco Train, Varma, Bulgaria (8/19/99)
• Comics Club, Varma, Bulgaria (8/20/99)
• Black Sea, Bulgaria (8/10-12/99)
• Neon Bar, Zurich, Switzerland (8/5/99)
• Neon Bar, Zurich, Switzerland (7/30/99)
• Green Door, New York, NY (7/23/99)
• Om, New York, NY (7/2-3/99)
• Lounge Act, Chicago, IL (6/17/99)
• Pontiac Club, Philadelphia, PA (6/16/99)
• Continental, New York, NY (6/6/99)
• CBGB'S, New York, NY (5/23/99)
• The Kitchen (with Anney Bonney), New York, NY (5/21-22/99)
• Frying Pan, New York, NY (4/30/99)
• Continental, New York, NY (4/11/99)
• Coondog Cabin, Bronx, NY (2/26/99)
• Arlene Grocery, New York, NY (2/22/99)
• Continental, New York, NY (2/7/99)
• Spiral Lounge, New York, NY (1/21/99)

FESTIVALS:
• Wave Rising Festival, John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (10/19-21/12)
• DUMBO Dance Festival, John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (9/28/12)
• Cool NY Dance Festival, John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (1/26, 28/12)
• Wave Rising Festival, John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (10/4-6/11)
• DUMBO Dance Festival, John Ryan Theater, Brooklyn, NY (9/23/11)
• Modesto International Architecture Festival, Chartreuse Muse Gallery, Modesto, CA (9/17/11)
• ProARTS International Festival, Stadion, Brno, Czech Republic (7/20-21/11)
• Pop Revolution Festival, Primo Piano LivinGallery, Lecce, Italy (7/12/11)
• T-10 Video Festival, 21 Grand, Oakland, CA (7/15/10)
• May Day Celebration, CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA (5/1/10)
• San Francisco Cinematheque Festival, San Francisco, CA (2/20/10)
• Women on the Way Festival, San Francisco, CA (1/9-16/10)
• Oakland Underground Film Festival, Art Deco Theater, Alameda, CA (9/25/09)
• East Bay Express, Best of the East Bay 2009, Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA (8/7/09)
• ArtsAHA! Festival. Strauss Performing Arts Center, University of Nebraska, Omaha (9/11/08)
• Eighth Annual Women on the Way Festival. The Garage, San Francisco, CA (1/18-19,24-25,27/08)
• Ninth Annual Le Placard Headphone Festival. San Francisco, CA (10/14/07)
• 10th Annual Music for People and Thingamajigs Festival. 21 Grand, Oakland, CA (9/28/07)
• XI Annual Autonomous Mutant Festival. Lassen National Forest, CA (6/29/08 – 7/3/08)
• Wild Dancing West Festival. N 4th Theater, Albuquerque, NM (6/1-3/07)
• POV2 Animation Festival. Parkway Speakeasy Theater, El Cerrito, CA (5/25/07)
• San Francisco Fringe Festival (with Boxcar Theatre). San Francisco, CA (9/7-16/07)
• ArtSFest 2006. CELLspace, San Francisco, CA (5/26-27/06)
• P.O.V. Animation Festival. Parkway Theater, Oakland, CA (2/28/06)
• Harvest Festival. Dance Mission, San Francisco, CA (10/7-8/05)
• 2005 Bayennale (Bay Area International Arts Festival). LoBot Gallery, Oakland, CA (8/2/05)
• Festival of Music for People and Thingamajigs. Oakland Metro, Oakland, CA (5/27/05)
• Signal Flow Festival. Mills College, Oakland, CA (3/31/05)
• Autonomous Mutant Festival. Mt. Shasta Wilderness, CA (8/31-9/1/04)
• Signal Flow Festival. Mills College, Oakland, CA (5/5/04)
• CEAIT Festival (with Jose Roque Ensemble). Roy O. Disney Theater, CalArts, Valencia (2/1/04)
• CEAIT Festival (with Nick Fox-Gieg). REDCAT Theater (Walt Disney Theater), Los Angeles (1/31/04)
• Autonomus Mutant Festival. Pacific Wilderness, OR (8/8-9/03)
• Summer Stage Dance Festival. Concord Academy, Concord, MA (7/26/03)
• The Resonant Wave Festival. The Spannwek, Berlin, Germany (5/25-6/8/02)
• Signal Flow Festival. Mills College, Oakland, CA (4/5/02)
• Festival of Now. Faunstock, NY (6/16-18/00)
• Clinton Community College Diversity Festival. Plattsburgh, NY (10/29/99)
• DUMBO Festival (with Ransom Corp.). DUMBO Brooklyn (10/16/99)
• Shabla Sun Moon Festival. Black Sea, Bulgaria (8/10-12/99)

VIDEO SCREENINGS:
• Gymnastics. Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT (10/31/12)
• Wolfram Projections. Chartreuse Muse Gallery, Modesto, CA (9/17/11)
• Mechanical Bull. 21 Grand, Oakland, CA (7/15/10)
• Bowling, Mechanical Bull. Beaubourg 268, San Francisco, CA (5/22/10)
• Etwas Früher und Jetzt die einfachen Leute, Raum D, MuseumsQuartier Wien, Austria (2/21/09)
• Bowling. B A R N. Brooklyn, NY (10/04/08)
• Bowling, Mechanical Bull. Trunk Space. Phoenix, AZ (9/9/08)
• Christmas Martin Remix. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (12/5/07)
• Visual Representation (Heartworm). Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Snowmass, CO (6/22/07)
• Big Timber (CHOP, CHOP!). Parkway Speakeasy Theater. El Cerrito, CA (5/25/07)
• Bowling, Mechanical Bull. Dance Mission Theater, San Francisco, CA (4/12-15/07)
• Outside Your View, Rapid Diaspora. Parkway Theater. Oakland, CA (2/28/06)
• Plus. The Kitchen, New York City, NY (6/26/03)

EXHIBITIONS:
• Group show. In Praise of Collecting. Carnegie Arts Center, Turlock, CA (7/11-9/16/12)
• Nature and Puppets. Black Box Gallery. Johnson State College, VT (4/19/12)
• Recursive Things. Julian Scott Gallery, Johnson State College, VT (3/7-4/1/11)

DIRECTING, PRODUCING and CURATORIAL PROJECTS:
• Impractical Practicalities Series, Johnson State College (2011 - )
• DOUBLE VISION Winter Tour. Montreal, Vermont, New York City (12/14-21/12)
• DOUBLE VISION Recession Special Tour. Greece, Italy, Hungry (6/30-8/8/11)
• Context Hacking, Guest Lecture by Johannes Grenzfurthner, Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (12/9/10)
• MARS (Media Art Research Center) Opening. Johnson State College, Johnson, VT (9/22/10)
• DOUBLE VISION at Merce Cunningham Studio. New York, NY (7/9-10/10)
• DOUBLE VISION European Tour. Vienna, Pecs, Prague, Zurich (1/22-2/21/09)
• DOUBLE VISION 4x60 Tour. United States Tour (8/21-10/6/08)
• Chance Operations. Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (10/25/08)
• Night Light. Climate Theater, San Francisco, CA (5/17/08)
• Innovative Performance for Traditional Needs II. DragonBar, San Francisco, CA (8/21/08)
• To Futurism and Back Again. VSA N 4th Theater, Albuquerque, NM (6/1-3/07)
• To Futurism and Back Again. Dance Mission Theater, San Francisco, CA (4/12/07 – 4/15/07)
• Macworld Artist Salons. Red Ink Gallery, San Francisco, CA (1/9-11/07)
• Innovative Performance for Traditional Needs I. DragonBar, San Francisco, CA (11/15/06)
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mute #2). CELLspace, San Francisco, CA (5/26/06 -5/27/06)
• DOUBLE VISION / Amy Lewis. CounterPULSE, San Francisco, CA (4/28/06 - 4/29/06)
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #1). Mad Horse Loft, Oakland, CA (11/19/05)
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Byte #0). WORKS/San Jose, San Jose, CA (9/24/05)
• DOUBLE VISION Collaboration. WORKS/San Jose, San Jose, CA (4/29/05)
• 13 Dreams of a Dying Clairvoyant. Oakland Metro, Oakland, CA (10/29/04)
• Equinox[12 19 11 11 6 kmi ch en yak]. Greek Theater, Mills College, Oakland, CA (9/17/04)
• Inner f(E)ar Ballet. Co-Director. Black Box Theater, Oakland, CA (8/27/04)
• Involution 2. 23 Windows, Brooklyn, NY (12/12/03)

WORKS:
2012
• Gymnastics (Video Sintesi), video (2012)
• ShiftSCAPE. Music composition (2012)
• Frog Vision. Interactive video installation (2012)
• Nature and Puppets. Installation (2012)
2011
• Mythos (Know Thyself). Audiovisual performance (2011)
• Duplexity. Music composition (2011)
• Veritable Vicissitudes. Audiovisual performance and installation(2011)
• Testing Patterns. Choreography and sound (2011)
2010
• Hysteresis II. Music composition (2010)
• Hysteresis I. Music composition (2010)
• Wolfram Projections. Video installation (2010)
• Palimpsest. Audiovisual performance (2010)
2009
• Etwas Früher und Jetzt. Animation (2009 - )
• Recursive Things. Computer generated prints and installation (2009)
• Canale della Misericordia. Field recording (2009)
• Slippery Dreams (collaboration with Jessica Gomula). Live video software (2009)
2008
• Thicket. Music with Dorsey Dunn (2008)
• Thicket on Fire. Custom software and sound with David Holton (2008)
• Circles, Delays, and Bio Films. Sound, video, custom software and hardware (2008)
• AudioVisual Feedback. Interactive video (2008)
• Cycle. Music (2008)
• Coolik Cube. Interactive video and open GL software (2008)
2007
• Three Canons and Mise en Scenes. Music and video with DOUBLE VISION(2007)
• Big Timber (Chop, Chop!). Animation, video, sound, custom software and hardware (2007)
• Christmas Remix. Video and sound (2007)
• Visual Representation (Heartworm). Audiovisual software using Processing (2007)
2006
• 21/One Quarrel. Animation and sound (2006)
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl #2. Interactive performance installations (2006)
• Fog is Not Ghost. Music (2006)
• As if by Falling. Music (2006)
• Lifting and Dropping Sumo Yokozuna #2. MIDI and interactive sound and video performance (2006)
• Outside Your View. Animation and sound (2006)
2005
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Byte #1). Interactive performance installations (2005)
• Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Byte #0). Interactive performance installations (2005)
• 60 Attacks in 30 Seconds. Music for violin and cello for Jessica Catron, Johnny Chang (2005)
• Telephoney. Sound (2005)
• Disemboded Head #4. Sound, animation, software, hardware (2005)
• Devil and Angel, Video Action Panting. Animation and sound (2005)
• Disordered Trio(s) 3-3-5. Music (2005)
• Video Action Painting. Animation, video, sound, custom interactive software and hardware (2005)
• reIllusioned. Music (2005)
• From Refuge to Redoubt. Music (2005)
• Feet. Music (2005)
2004
• 13 Dreams of a Dying Clairvoyant. Music, video and installations (2004)
• Disembodied Head #3. Music, animation, video, and interactive hardware (2004)
• Morphomania. Sound (2004)
• Vision of an Antique Saloon. Music (2004)
• Chronic. Music (2004)
• Robot Tree Herder. Robotic installation and sound (2004)
• After Supremacy. Music and MIDI glove interactivity (2004)
• Virtual Test. Music and live video (2004)
• Dead Space of the Crow. Networked audio and video (2004)
• Equinox[12 19 11 11 6 kmi ch en yak]. Music, video, installation (2004)
• Inner f(E)ar Ballet. Music, video (2004)
2003
• Micro Hemispheres. Music for violin and cello for Jessica Catron, Johnny Chang (2003)
• Is the Future on Two Feet. Music (2003)
• Lifting and Dropping Sumo Yokozuna. MIDI glove and sound (2003)
• Not Yet. Music (2003)
• SClutch. Interactive sound (2003)
• Disembodied Head #1. Networked computer choir, animation and sound (2003)
• Disembodied Head #2. Music, animation, video, and interactive hardware (2003)
• Rapid Disapora. Video and sound (2003)
• Feudal Feast. Performance art and music (2003)
• Mannequin Speak. Interactive sound (2003)
• MIDIGlove 001. Music for custom-built MIDI glove (2003)
• Visual Violence. Music (2003)
• Sidecar. Music (2003)
• Pinhole. Interactive video installation with cyclops tracking (2003)
• Minus/Plus. Four-channel tape piece and concept for a multimedia happening (2003)
• Vice City Remix. Interactive installation for video game and MAX/MSP (2003)
2002
• Lo Teck Future Hi Tech Past. Performance art and software (2002)
2001
• Ode to Jean Baudrillard. Music, video feedback and custom software (2001)
• Translations from a Cloud. Music for violin and cello for Jessica Catron, Johnny Chang (2001)
• Asleep/Awake. Installation (2001)
• Floating in Lake Champlain. Music (2001)
• Native American Neuro-Rhythms. Music and MAX/MSP (2001)
• Population. Music (2001)
2000
• Sky Plots. Sound and performance installation (2000)
• Augenblick. Sound (2000)
• Scenes from the UP Poem. Music and dance (2000)
1999
• Tepees of Death. Sound sculpture and installation (1999)
• Hyperbolic. Sound, installation and performance (1999)
• Obviously Awake. Music (1999)
• Suspended Pod. Sound installation and performance (1999)
• Sandsounds. Sound installation and performance (1999)
• Pondlife. Sound for installations (1999)
• Infection. Music (1999)
• Dead Passing. Performance art and sound (1999)
• Murder of Mr. Briggs. Performance art (1999)

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
• “In Praise of Collecting: Works by CSU Stanislaus Art Faculty and Works They Collect.” Exhibition Catalog, Carnegie Arts Center, Turlock, CA, 2012.
• Staff Reporter, “Experimental dance on Sunday,” Times Argus (Montpelier, VT), December 13, 2012.
• Staff Reporter, “Moving in a New Direction,” Seven Days (Burlington VT), December 12, 2012, p54, 64.
• Benton, Tom, “Media Arts major creates digital literacy, starting next spring,” Basement Medicine (Johnson, VT), November 1, 2012.
• Fox, Carolyn, “Flow and Tell,” Seven Days (Burlington, VT), December 7, 2011.
• Staff Reporter, “Best Bets,” Burlington Free Press (Burlington, VT), December 7, 2011.
• Nuner, Bob, “Heard on the Street,” The Bridge (Montpelier, VT), December 1, p3.
• Wehner, Michael, “Man to Machine, Applications in Electromyography,” Intech (Rijeka, Croatia), In print.
• James, Megan, “Dance Review: No Boundaries in Critical State,” Seven Days (Burlington, VT), September 2, 2011.
• Fox, Carolyn, “The Magnificent Seven,” Seven Days (Burlington, VT), August 17, 2011, p. 11.
• New, Sarah, “Double Vision: VT’s newest dance company,” The Valley Reporter (Waitsfield, VT), August 18, 2011, p. 21.
• Staff Reporter, “In viaggio coi Double Vision,” Nuovo Quotidiano di Puglia (Lecce, IT), July 12, 2011.
• Staff Reporter, “Giorno & Notte,” la Repubblica (Roma, IT), July 12, 2011, p. 16.
• Staff Reporter, “Unica Tournee In Italia Per Double Vision,” Salento-Vacanze (Lecce, IT), July 12, 2011.
• Staff Reporter, “Primo Piano LivinGallery: mostre dedicate alla pop culture,” Connect Giomale del Salento (Lecce, IT), June 22, 2011.
• James, Megan, “A Multitasking Couple Create Dance and Digital-Art Performance in Vermont,” Seven Days (Burlington, VT), March 2, 2011, p 18.
• James, Megan, “Bodies in Motion: Vermont’s dance scene takes a big leap,” Seven Days (Burlington, VT), December 1, 2010.
• Edna, Tenney, “Faces & Places,” Business People (Williston, VT), November 2010.
• Martin, Andrew, “Johnson State College Opens New Media Center,” News & Citizen (Morrisville, VT), October, 2010.
• Staff Reporter, “Johnson State names new faculty,” Stowe Reporter (Stowe, VT), September 30, 2010.
• Free Press Staff Reporter, “Careers,” Burlington Free Press (Burlington, VT), September 27, 2010.
• Koier, Davis, “Five join JSC Faculty,” Basement Medicine (Johnson, VT), September 9, 2010, p1,3.
• Neal, Phil O’. “MARS Lab is new digital arts hub,” Basement Medicine(Johnson, VT), September 9, 2010, p4.
• Martin, Rebecca, “Double Vision: Hysteresis,” Dance Informa (Australia), July 31, 2010.
• Namerow, Evan, “DOUBLE VISION Presents Hysteresis,” Dancing Perfectly Free (New York, NY), July 7, 2010.
• Chaudhary, Amar, “DOUBLE VISION: Hysteresis,” Catsynth, April 27, 2010.
• Potter, Julie, “DOUBLE VISION’s Hysteresis’ journeys to unfamiliar territory,” Dance Review, San Francisco Examiner, April 12, 2010.
• Clark, Gina Christine, “Review of Hysteresis,” A Winded Modality, April 10, 2010.
• Waidler, Samantha, “Double Vision: Hysteresis,” San Francisco Dance, April 11, 2010.
• Veltman, Chloe, “Take Five: Bobby McFerrin and The Rake’s Progress,” New York Times, April 8, 2010.
• Waidler, Samantha, “Using Technology to Promote Yourself and Your Work asw Choreographer or Dancer,” San Francisco Dance, April 18, 2010.
• Waidler, Samantha, “Double Vision: Interview with Wendy Marinaccio,” San Francisco Dance, March 2010.
• Colley, Jody, Subcultures Program Guide, East Bay Express (Oakland, CA), August 5-11, 2009, p. 8.
• Cat Synth, “Hypnagogia, Climate Theater,” Cat Synth (San Francisco, CA), June 30, 2009.
• Boglárka, NÉMETH, “Posztmodern performansz,” A PÉCSI TUDOMÁNYEGYETEM HÍRLAPJA – MEGJELENIK KÉTHETENTE X. ÉVFOLYAM 2. SZÁM – 2009. FEBRUÁR 16, p1, 4.
• MuseumsQuartier, quartier21, Monatsprogramm, February/March, 2009, p2.
• Vayzman, Liena, “Chance Operations,” SWITCH Online Journal of New Media (San Jose, CA), January 12, 2009.
• B., Marke, “Chance Operations: Our Weekly Picks,” San Francisco Bay Guardian (San Francisco, CA), October 22-28, 2008.
• Gomula, Jessica, “Infinite Transformations of Desire,” California State University, Stanislaus (Stanislaus, CA), 2008.
• Conrad, Claire, "No Bystanders Allowed," Pick of the Week, Tucson Weekly (Tucson, AZ), Sept. 11, 2008.
• Williams, Joey, "San Francisco - Liberate All Sentient Being." Arts Alive TV Series (San Francisco, CA), Sept. 7, 2008.
• Hwang, Kellie, "Performance-art troupe scrapes by on tech's edge." Arizona Republic (Phoenix, AZ), Sept. 5, 2008.
• Gonzalez, Jose, "See World: Bay Area intermedia ensemble is a sight to behold," Phoenix New Times (Phoenix, AZ), Sept. 3, 2008.
• Olson, Marisa, “Make Way On the Dance Floor,” Rhizome Editorial (www.rhizome.org), January 15, 2008.
• Noyer, Jennifer, “Technology Focus of Moving Meditations,” Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM), June 2, 2007.
• Steinberg, David, “Dance Fest Goes Southwest, West; Three Weekend Will See Troupes From N.M., San Francisco,” Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM), May 13, 2007.
• Slutsky, Irina, “Double Vision Dances in the Technology Age,” Geek Entertainment TV (San Francisco, CA), April 26th, 2007.
• Troup, Christina, “Work goes back to the future,” The Examiner (San Francisco, CA), April 13, 2007.
• Odell, Bonner, Editors Note, In Dance Magazine (San Francisco, CA), April 2007.
• Eaton, Nathaniel, "21/One." SF Weekly (San Francisco, CA), Sept. 13, 2006.
• Windborne, Jamie, “DOUBLE VISION creates an ironic gallery of interactive scenarios at CELLspace,” Mission Dispatch Newspaper (San Francisco, CA), July 14, 2006.
• Windborne, Jamie, “DOUBLE VISION creates an ironic gallery of interactive scenarios at CELLspace,” Arts Extra! (San Francisco, CA), June 4, 2006.
• Sabbath, Chris, “DOUBLE VISION and Amy Lewis Preview,” Bay Area Guardian (San Francisco, CA), April 26-May 2, 2006.
• Odell, Bonner, Editorial, In Dance Magazine (San Francisco, CA), May 2006.
• Cambron, Tricia, “Double Visionary,” Common Ground Magazine (San Francisco, CA), April 2006.
• Artist as Inventor, KQED Spark! (San Francisco, CA), November 2005.
• Henning, Michael, “Tomorrow’s avant-garde today,” East Bay Express (Emeryville, CA), March 30, 2005.
• Artist as Inventor, KQED Spark!, (San Francisco, CA), March 2005.
• Odell, Bonner, “13 Dreams of a Dying Clairvoyant,” Voice Of Dance (San Francisco, CA), October 29, 2004.

RECORDINGS:

• X-Ray Vision Network, Live @ Le Placard Festival #8, 2005
• Cloud Full of Clowns, New Mexico Techno, Overcast Records, 2004
• Sean Clute, Where Prairie Dogs Go, Overcast Records, 2001
• Cloud Full of Clowns, Escape From UNM, Overcast Records, 2000
• Cloud Full of Clowns, Southwest Roadtrip, Overcast Records, 1998

AUDIO PRODUCTION AND ENGINEERING:
• Nick Fox-Gieg, A Good Joke (animation), 2005
• Shawn Irwin, Trends, 2003 conutonvalverecords
• David Segal, Safety Kills, 2002
• Shawn Irwin, Songs from the Sink, 1997 conutonvalverecords

ADDITIONAL SKILLS:
• Software: Max/MSP/Jitter 6, Processing 2, Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CS6, InDesign CS6, After Effects CS6, Flash Professional, Pro Tools 10, Final Cut Pro 7, iLife’09, iWork’09, Wordpress 3.5, HTML, JavaScript, Supercollider
• Hardware: circuit building, microcontrollers, sensors, fabrication
• Installation: mixing boards, soundsystems, microphones, lighting, video cameras, projectors

Projectinfo

I believe the most challenging, yet exciting, aspect of being an intermedia artist is keeping the vitality of each art form intact while integrating them into a larger whole. In Austrian culture, I see the similar desire and challenge to keep contemporary art forms distinct while also maintaining traditional Western European aspects of the culture.

 

Historically, Vienna has been considered a center of new and emerging arts and cultural

practices. Today, this long-standing Viennese tradition in the arts is still rich with innovation. I hope to be both an observer in this continued evolution as well as a participant in its development.

 

Influenced by my research at MuseumsQuartier, I plan on creating a series of live sound, and video performance pieces that encapsulate my previous artistic experiences within the framework of Austrian new media techniques and traditions.

 

These works will be documented and performed in the United States as solo performances and as collaborations with the San Francisco based group DOUBLE VISION, of which I am a founding member.

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