Part performance, part workshop, EXPOSED–Sound will feature Haeyoung Kim’s performance “Moori”, which will combine audience participation, a real-time audio visual composition, and a dynamic narrative. Using their smart phones and tablets to exchange messages, audience members will build a dynamic story narrative.
EXPOSED–Sound is curated by Suzanne Thorpe and is part of Harvestworks’ 2013 New York Electronic Arts Festival. Cocktails will be available.
Haeyoung Kim is a digital artist, technologist, sound artist and performer. Her work focuses on immersive experiences in narrative space, computer-human interaction, and audience participation. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world including NamJunePaik Art Center in Korea, Kunsthalle in Austria, and the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens.
Suzanne Thorpe is a musician composer, educator and curator. Thorpe currently teaches at Parsons School of Design and Marymount Manhattan College, where she focuses on digital audio workstations, field recording, audio theory, and the art of listening. She is the co-founder of Techne, an educational outreach program designed to familiarize young women with technical tools through electronic music.