This is an opportunity to share your practice/work/research with a small group of faculty and students from different disciplines, and provide one another with feedback, questions, knowledge, and resources. It is intended to be a casual conversation where you can gain perspectives on your practice from outside your own discipline, give insight to others, and find future collaborators.
It is not necessarily a space to present work that you deem 'successful' - it is also intended to be a space where you can talk about work you are struggling with and feel would benefit from outside perspective! Bring questions and thoughts you want to have a conversation about.
Each session will be co-facilitated by a faculty member and one graduate student, occurring for 2 hours during an evening. Each will be located in different buildings around the Temple campuses, coinciding with the department of the faculty member. Dinner will be provided!
Session #4 Music
Faculty facilitator: Dr. Matthew Greenbaum
General topic: Tonal Aesthetics & Illusion
Regarding music as structural allows us to speak about sound in aesthetic terms - what happens when those structures are collages, assemblages, surreal, or illusory? Does your work concern illusion as it can be applied to auditory sensations, translation between sound & image, rational structures rendered surreal? Please bring your voice to the conversation.