Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst “Alternatives & Interdependencies in Constructing Future Networks”
Holly Herndon & Mat Dryhurst
Presentation part of "Alternatives & Interdependencies in Constructing Future Networks", 29 Oct, 2020, moderated by Kristoffer Gansing
Herndon is a composer, musician, and sound artist based in Berlin. She studied composition at Stanford University and completed her Ph.D. at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Her music is primarily computer-based and often uses the visual programming language Max/MSP to create custom instruments and vocal processes.
Mat Dryhurst is an artist and researcher, focusing on technical and ethical protocols. He teaches at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, European Graduate School and Strelka Institute. He makes music and creates art with Holly Herndon. Their albums PROTO and Platform have provoked international critical acclaim. Together they also run the
podcast Interdependence that features conversations on music, technology and policy.
Coherence, Diversity and Networks in Artistic Research, 28-29.10 2020, Copenhagen
The International Center for Knowledge in the Arts welcomes you to a meeting across
networks of knowledge, institutions, disciplines and people. Over two days, a number of
key lectures on the topic of networks in and through artistic research will set off in-depth
working sessions where artist-researchers from the Center’s institutions engage in an
intensive exchange of transdisciplinary knowledge in the arts.
Program and more details at www.artisticresearch.dk