recent activities

39˚ 44′ 11″ N x 104˚ 59′ 21″ W at the Denver Art Museum through April 4th, 2010

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11/14/2009

Sound Design for the collaborative, interactive installation. Part of the Embrace! exhibition in the FuseBox Gallery at the Denver Art Museum, curated by Christoph Heinrich.

Where is Love? Finalist for Future Places Festival 2009 in Porto, Portugal

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10/13/2009

Where is Love? is a locative media artwork. The work was featured as a finalist at the 2009 Future Places Festival in Porto Portugal.

jamBox: Audio Sculpture at the FAC Modern Gallery

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08/20/2009

Documentation of the jamBox , an "active audio object", sound sculpture, and interactive installation.

(dis)Placed - Anderson Ranch

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08/13/2009

Documentation from an audio performance/installation at Anderson Ranch in August of 2009.

Solar Wind Harp Live at Anderson Ranch

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08/13/2009

A live presentation / experiment with the Solar Wind Harp I built. Projected onto the Aspen trees at Anderson Ranch, in Aspen Colorado, in August of 2009.

Technoetic Rainforest -Gallery 023, Denver

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05/09/2009

Documentation of an interactive installation work by David Fodel and Sarah Soriano at Gallery 023, University of Denver, Denver, USA on May 9th, 2009.

Aurora's Aeolian Harp

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04/10/2009

An Aeolian Harp (or wind harp) is a musical instrument that is "played" by the wind. This instrument is an Aeolian Harp that is played by the solar wind.

New Media Salon @ Plus+ Gallery and Object+Thought

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02/06/2009

New Media Salon, a group show at Plus+ Temporary and New Object + Thought Studio, First Friday, February 6th, 2009

David Fodel & Brian Kane – Signal to Noise (untitled analog #8)

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02/06/2009

A 3-projector video and audio installation for the New Media Salon at Plus+ and Object + Thought. Originally performed live at the Experimental Television Center in December, 2008.

Discreetion - Tape Loop Experiment

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01/23/2009

This is an experiment I did in preparation for a lecture on the origins of loop-based composition.