"Electronic Music 2012," presented by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage at Philadelphia’s Latvian Society on December 13, 2012, investigated the evolving musical experience in America and how it relates to our cultural expectations, with specific regards to electronic music. Within this evolution, electronic music stands on the forefront of several avenues of discovery, including new leaps in technology; the emergence of DIY communities, alternative spaces, and formats of distribution; and a general re-thinking of what defines an artist or musician.
Keith Fullerton Whitman, along with Marina Rosenfeld and C. Spencer Yeh, joined us for an in-depth conversation about these topics and more. The discussion between these leading practitioners and influencers in electronic music was moderated by Seth Cluett, Assistant Professor of Music in the School of Contemporary Arts at Ramapo College of New Jersey.
Watch our video of Whitman discussing the influence of changing production and distribution modes on music-making and how artists approach their creative output. Then stay tuned to our site for more insights with Rosenfeld, Yeh, and Cluett, as well as audio recordings of live performances from our December 13 event.
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