I am incredibly excited to announce that I’ve joined Eyebeam Art and Technology Center as a resident artist for the spring / summer cycle. it’s been a blast meeting everyone, and I’m intimidated and inspired by my new colleagues. The residency will complement my work in personal data and sensor networks at the Times — I’ll be exploring similar themes, but in more of a sound-art medium and context.
Specifically, Im going to try an execute the first iteration of a concept I first presented at Conflux in October (and named this blog after), The Rhythmanalysis Lab. Taking the essays of Henri Lefebvre as a starting point, I want to develop a methodology for investigating rhythm as a primary object in personal, architectural, and urban spheres.