Pirtle’s The Fall Beyond Tomorrow’s Life Showcased at MFA Exhibition 2011

Participants: JD Pirtle

URL: http://www.uic.edu/aa/college/gallery400/05_info.htm

Gallery 400
University of Illinois at Chicago Art and Design Hall
First Floor
400 S. Peoria Street

EVL graduate research assistant, JD Pirtle joins fellow MFA candidates in 2011 Thesis Exhibitions, April 5-30, Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Pirtle’s thesis work The Fall Beyond Tomorrow’s Life uses water as a novel interface for the creation of a unique soundscape; as a viewer disturbs the surface of the water, or bends over to look into the sculptural pool, sounds resonate throughout the environment.

All aspects of this project incorporate the use of digital technologies - from design concept, pre-visualization, prototyping, modeling and execution. Pirtle functions equally as an artist, programmer, and creative technologist to focus on visualizations and sonifications that bridge the void between the conventional and technological.

Exhibition: April 26-30
Opening reception: April 29, 5-8PM

Complete Schedule of 2011 UIC MFA Thesis Shows

Email: jdpritle@gmail.com

Date: April 5, 2011 - April 30, 2011
Rough ¼ size prototype of vessel to hold water for Untilted; workflow consists of Maya model exported to Rhino to the CNC wood router. - JD Pirtle, EVL

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