Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 6–8 pm
Free or suggested donation
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Instructor: Rob Cosgrove
Rob Cosgrove will lead Sonic Links: An Introduction to Networked Performance, a workshop on how to utilize the internet and other networks for sound production. Intended for participants both new and with intermediate experience in broadcasting online, the workshop will prepare participants for high-fidelity sound-based networked performance and live-streaming over the web using free, open-source softwares.
Up until recently, tools for networked performance could be expensive, difficult to use, and limited to institutions with access to high-speed internet. With the rise of residential internet speeds, the development of more user-friendly networking applications, and increased public access to technology, networked performance has become available for many.
* Workshop space is limited. Masks required. Free masks are available.
Bio of the instructor
Rob Cosgrove is a percussionist, composer, and artist interested in creating embodied sounding through intermedia installations and performances. His works explore the feeling of a sound as a tactile, visual, and visceral entity by investigating the peripheries of sonic experience and the ways these contexts affect our perception. Rob has exhibited / performed at Pioneer Works (Brooklyn), Harvestworks (Manhattan), Chicago Design Museum (Chicago), National Gallery of Art (Washington D.C.), Coaxial (Los Angeles), Eastern Bloc (Montréal), DOX Centre for Contemporary Art (Prague), and KM28 (Berlin). Rob is a member of Ensemble Decipher and most recently completed residencies at Practice Gallery (Philadelphia) and the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (Troy).
Squeaky Wheel’s Workspace Residency is a residency open to artists and researchers working in art and technology, and provides support for new or ongoing projects in collaboration with our partners. Workspace Residency is supported by generous support by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, County of Erie and County Executive Mark Poloncarz, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of governor and the New York State Legislature, and individual members, businesses, and supporters.