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Monday, June 30 • 17:15 - 20:00

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Rwar! A Study in Sonic Skulls
Recreation of a lambeosaurine hadrosaur, Corythosaurus skull and nasal passages 3D printed and machined from CT scans of fossils. Performers and gallery vistors create sound by blowing into the mechanical larynx and it gets resonated by the dinosaur's nasal passages. This project is supported by 2012-13 GPSA Graduate Research Support Program Award, and was shown at the Emerge Festival Showcase, March 1-2. Another related project, a composition for this instrument, tuba, tape, and live electronics, "How to Speak Dinosaur: Courtship" was be premiered on April 15, 2013 at Katzin Recital Hall, Arizona State University.

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Courtney Brown

Courtney Brown is an interactive sound artist, Argentine tango dancer, and computer music researcher. She is a doctoral candidate in Digital Media and Performance at Arizona State University, and a graduate of Dartmouth’s Electroacoustic Master’s Program. A former Fulbright Fellow, she developed interactive Argentine tango dance during her residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This on-going project gives dancers agency over music, their... Read More →

Monday June 30, 2014 17:15 - 20:00
New Academic Building, Mezzanines and Atrium Goldsmiths

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