Presented by the Maryland Institute Collete of Art; JHU Digital Media Center;
JHU Film and Media Studies Program; and the Peabody Conservatory of Music,
Department of Computer Music. Events are all free and open to the public.
The Intermedia Fest showcases collaborative project at the
intersection of art, music, science, and technology by students of
the Maryland Institute College of Art, Johns Hopkins University and
the Peabody Conservatory of Music. The works explore a range of
interactive, interdisciplinary and other uncategorizable forms that
include installation, live performance, and electronic theater.
- Requiem for an Obsolete Computer (installation, 160 Offit).
Chris Bassett, Nat Duca, Jason Lovelace, and Tom Symonds.
- Conversations on the Nature of Life (performance,
Swirnow Theatre). Jeremy Baguyos, Leo Dubrovsky, Levon Lewis, and
- SUM: Subconscious Universal Melody (installation,
162 Offit). Wonsook Baik, Zachary Crockett, Charnan Lewis, and Charlie Stewart.
- Visages (installation, Swirnow Theatre). Chuck Crow,
David Hellman, Joerg Maier, Chryssie Nanou, and Axl Einar Wolff.
The Intermedia Fest is the culmination of Intermedia Studio,
a joint course taught by Randall Packer (MICA), Joan Freedman (JHU),
and McGregor Boyle (Peabody).
The Intermedia Fest takes place at the Mattin Center for
the Arts, 3400 N. Charles St., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
(410.516.3817), as part of a visual arts festival by JHU students.