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Dan Iglesia

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Artist Dan Iglesia is developing a live audio and video performance system that maps sound information to 3D space. He gave a presentation in March to Jerry Marks's Stereoscopic 3D class at the School of Visual Arts. It was amazing to see 3D imagery synchronized with rhythms created on the fly.

Dan has several more performance events in the next few weeks:

May 5th
"Contrapositive Antidote", for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, percussion, live electronics, and live 3D video, performed by the Talea Ensemble. (another, longer, musical act with non-3D video is on the bill as well: Bradford Reed and Adam Kendall)
Kathy Supové's "Music With a View" series, The Flea Theater (41 White Street), 7PM, $FREE

May 8th
Live 3D video and audio performance, with several other acts from Columbia and Princeton's electronic music+performance scene.
The Tank, 279 Church Street 9:30 PM, $5

May 14th
Dan is performing 3D video along with music by electronic whiz Joshua Fried, at "Rake" an A/V performance series, along with two other acts.
Monkeytown, 58 N 3rd St., Williamsburg (reservations recommended)

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