Ferociously undisciplined and rigorously unruly, Bureau de l’APA illustrates in fragments the concept of the “girlization” of the world. This is not Les Miz.
Daniel Lopatin, whose recording name is Oneohtrix Point Never deals in electronic music that is a hypnotic mix of both the visual and the musical.
EMPAC is where inquiring minds from the Berkshires go to discover, deconstruct, and discuss one’s perceptions in search of a deeper context.
Making a dance set to the histrionics of an unfaithful preacher is a chilling transposition of the secular and the sleazy.
Pauline Oliveros and Laurie Anderson are genre-crossing artists who play together on film, which will be followed by a concert by Oliveros.
Few scholars have their fingers on the pulse of technology as firmly as Katherine Hayles, while her vision is firmly rooted in the study of intellect..
Alva Noë is a regular contributor to PBS’s Cosmos and Culture, and expands on the topic of art and perception at EMPAC.
Radiohole Returns to EMPAC as it seeks the next musical metaphor.
The arts, history, science, technology, and society are all connected, and the experimentation that advances society comes from these interrelationships.
One of the strangest films ever made. See it with others. Guaranteed to provide fuel for endless discussion.
EMPAC’s distinguished artist-in-residence Laurie Anderson will be giving a free talk on Thursday, February 14 at 7 PM
For the readers to decide: is he an ‘enfant terrible’ or on to something…