Cullen Miller and Gabriel Dunne premiere a new location-based audiovisual performance in response to the The Museum's soaring Yud Gallery. Networked Utopias features collaborative audiovisual performances investigating our evolving online and interconnected lives and illuminating the signal artifacts of our networked platforms. Musician Lavender will be accompanied by visualist Chelley Sherman who will use audio reactive software to create generative landscapes interpreting signal transmissions within the gallery.
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Kutiman: offgrid offline.
Gabriel Dunne is an audiovisual artist and SF native who creates material and temporal structures, spaces and experiences as sculpture, installation, and performance.
Cullen Miller is an audiovisual composer, spatial-media designer, and curator. His projects vary in nature but typically fall within the spectrum of sound design, installation, composition, and systems design.
Chelley Sherman is a virtual artist from San Francisco. Her work is governed by patterns and textures which harness the neural systems that underlie enthrallment in darkness, ritual, reverie.
Lavender is a San Francisco-based composer and producer whose work is deeply grounded in textural qualities, ambiance and raw emotion.