Experimental Intermedia

A Video Event - Peer Bode, Andrew Deutsch and Rebekkah Palov

text: Experimental Intermedia March 2019 Performance Series The Forty-fifth Anniversary of EI performances at 224 Centre Street, The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of Experimental Intermedia, the Fiftieth Anniversary of the 224 Centre Street loft, and, not least, The Twenty-eighth Annual Festival with no fancy name, Part Two (or B) Phill Niblock, curator 

Thank you Katherine Liberovskya and Phill Niblock.

video - Hiromi Kiba

Carrier Band at SUNY Oneonta

Rebekkah Palov, Andrew Deutsch & Peer Bode Rebekkah Palov, Andrew Deutsch & Peer Bode

Performance Thursday NOV 9, 2017 at the Martin–Mullen Art Gallery, State University of New York College at Oneonta. The performance was held in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition Visionaries in New Media, curated by Timothy P. Sheesley, Gallery Director.

Carrier Band at Shapeshifter Lab Brooklyn

Rebekkah Palov, Andrew Deutsch, Peer Bode Rebekkah Palov, Andrew Deutsch, Peer Bode

Rebekkah Palov & Andrew Deutsch (Bode Vocoder at right) Rebekkah Palov & Andrew Deutsch (Bode Vocoder at right)

Concert for the Symposium: Legacies of Pauline Oliveros.

Carrier Band performing Crossing a Snowstorm / Holding a Baby Tiger
2017 NOV 3 at Shapeshifter Lab in Brooklyn, NY.

One of two programmed concerts for the Symposium: Legacies of Pauline Oliveros. Hosted by the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College. Curated by Doug Geers Director of the Center for Computer Music at the Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music CUNY.

Symposium: Legacies of Pauline Oliveros ⌖ program notes

The Model of the World - Museum of Art Zhangzhou China

enter image description here Suspension Landscape After the Drought: Camera Views. 2018 Single Channel Video 17:44

The Model of the World Zhangzhou China

IEA and T+H gallery have been selected to represent the United States in this International show in the newly built Museum of Art in Zhangzhou, Fujian Province. The Model of the World, will have twenty-five Alfred participants comprised of IEA artists, faculty, students and alumni whom have been selected by the curators to participate in this extraordinary exhibition...

The Chinese title directly translates to, World view and Viewing the world. The first part called “World View”, generally refers to the meaning that the creation of each artist represents one attitude, or one perspective. These are different worlds between artists as well as different world views. The second part called “Viewing the World”, which indicates personal experiences of the local people in Zhangzhou and all audiences from different places on the planet. Due to different nationalities of the artists, it presents the peripheral view of contemporary art, in the meantime, it explains “perceive the world in the palm of the hand” from Zhu Xi.