The Boston Globe printed an article this January for their weekly Spiritual Life column, profiling the second Sunday Sacred Harp singing I help organize at Christ Church Unity in Brookline, MA.
The article, written by Rich Barlow, who attended January’s singing, explains the format of a Sacred Harp singing through the lens of the different faith backgrounds of members of our local singing community. The article follows how this music has brought us together for singing, fellowship, and in recognition of our common spirituality and religiosity.
I am quoted in the article as are two other Boston-area singers. You can read the article on the Boston Globe‘s web site. It’s title: In song, different faiths find harmony
Carrie and I were profiled yesterday in the New York Sun in the Knickerbocker column by Gary Shapiro. The article recounted our Rosendale singing school workshop and participatory assembly and explored the concept of subliminal history — the conceptual strategy that underpins our collaboration.
Read the article on the Sun‘s web site.
My recent project Crawling through Network Cable and my undergradtuate thesis, Activated Spaces were featured this week on Networked_Performance.
Networked_Performance is a blog hosted by Turbulence.org, featuring posts from Jo-Ann Green, Michelle Riel, and Helen Thorington. The blog is an “open forum to discuss network-enabled performance,” including “locative media, augmented reality, distributed performance, environmental theatre, pervasive play, immersive gaming, [and] telepresence.” The Networked_Performance blog is laying the groundwork for a 2006 conference of the same name.
In Activated Spaces + Crawling through Network Cable: Sounding Jesse Pearlman Karlsberg, Jo introduced my 2003 work on effective political sound art and my iChat AV-driven two-location performance project.