1. GARY SETZER — INEFFABLE (I DID NOT KNOW THE GREEN)

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    From the album: SUPRALINGUAL/SUBLINGUAL: THE TONGUE IS THE TERRAIN Purchase at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/supralingual-sublingual-tongue/id537968726 Or at garysetzer.com/audio/ Out now on Pretend Records! Music © 2012, Gary Setzer. All rights reserved. Video © 2012, Jonathan Black & Gary Setzer. All rights reserved. For Contact/Booking: http://www.garysetzer.com

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    • HUMANS by daniel macivor

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      adapted and directed by liz valdez produced by tableau d'hôte theatre and presented by the segal centre for the performing arts in montréal, québec between february 5th - 13th, 2011. choreography: véronique gaudreau music: dumisizwe vuyo bhembe set design: lara kaluza costume design: noémi poulin lighting design: jody burkholder

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      • "Interiosity" excerpt of performance

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        Interiosity“ is a 20 minute live performance integrating video and exploring inner worlds and the unconscious. In this non-narrative work, liquid and architectural imagery integrates with moving figures to portray the language of the interior. This piece continues my fascination with Noh and Japanese theater with their attachment to the supernatural; enchantment and all things strange. Funded with a Faculty Enrichment grant from The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Performance, video, and sound design and edit – Kathy Rose

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        • we make the road by walking (shorter)

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          from Travis Mouffe Added 216 0 2

          Big Thanks to Bob Shannon, Kyle Monks, John Regalado, and the CU Theater and Dance Department crew. "The video projections in this performance were created and live mixed by Travis Mouffe, a Communications and Film Studies Major (and now a graduate) of the University of Colorado, Boulder. He was enrolled in the Projection Design Practicum taught by Bob Shannon in the Spring 2011 semester, and others in the class assisted him in realizing this collaborative effort which began in the fall of 2010 with Travis and the choreographers and composers conferencing about the piece. Travis experimented with the angles and distances he would need to place the dancers in the projections properly. The footage was shot and reshot until he had the proper image size, perspective and framing necessary to fit the space in which the piece is performed, in order to best integrate the live performers with the projected ones."

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          • Rohit Bhargava - Beckman Institute Bioimaging Science and Technology Group

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            Rohit Bhargava's research is focused on developing chemical imaging methods for medical and research applications. His truly innovative work is leading to new imaging techniques that provide for better diagnosis of human cancers. Bhargava's work contributes a chemical information component to the field of bioimaging. By developing these methods, Bhargava says that researchers and technicians are able to look at how both structure and chemistry change over time when they evaluate an image. While the original chemical imaging methods were created elsewhere, Bhargava's work has taken the technology to a new level, creating techniques that allow imaging in a matter of seconds as opposed to older methods requiring several days. Bhargava said the method is valuable for evaluating the technology for diagnosing cancer, for use as an analytical tool for tissue engineering, and for studying fundamental scientific problems. One facet of Bhargava's research seeks to create an automated method for determining whether certain kinds of prostate cells have the potential to cause life-threatening cancer. Current methods provide, at best, a correct diagnosis one-half of the time for the more than 200,000 men diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Creating an automated technology with chemical imaging techniques could provide more accurate diagnoses for prostate cancer, and prevent unneeded surgery. Bhargava said the most important question facing medical personnel in this area is how to determine which patients will get the truly risky kind of prostate cancer versus those who have prostate cancer that is unlikely to cause death. In this video, Bhargava talks about his method that incorporates chemistry into bioimaging, how the techniques will help medical personnel in making assessments about cancers, how the automated method works, and the ultimate goals of this project. ©2008 Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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            • Michael Insana - Beckman Institute Bioimaging Science and Technology group

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              Michael Insana is not only head of the Bioimaging Science and Technology group at Beckman but also a leader in developing novel ultrasonic instrumentation and methods for biological imaging. Insana is part of a Beckman seed proposal with four other Institute collaborators Thomas Huang, Zhi-Pei Liang, Stephen Boppart, and Rohit Bhargava for developing molecular scale imaging technologies for imaging breast cancer. Insana, interim head of the Bioengineering Department at Illinois, is interested in biomedical imaging and biological modeling and instrumentation. His research focuses on "the development of novel ultrasonic instrumentation and methods for imaging soft tissue microstructure, elasticity and blood flow" toward understanding the "basic mechanisms of lesion formation, disease progression, and responses to therapy." One project of Insana's lab is development of applications for imaging the elasticity of breast tissue, a diagnostic technique that will allow noninvasive visualization of soft tissue stiffness. A current project in Insana's Ultrasonic Imaging Laboratory measures the elasticity of cancer tissue using sonographic imaging, a technique that converts high-frequency sound waves into a picture on a video monitor. Their goal is to dynamically optimize diagnostic capabilities for different examination types and patient physiologies and therefore significantly improve diagnosis of breast cancer, a disease that affects one in eight American women. In this video, Insana talks about the role his research plays in advancing bioimaging technology, especially sonographic imaging, as well as the importance of elasticity imaging for diagnosing breast cancer, how this technology can track tumors, and the advantages it offers to patients. ©2008 Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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              • Blindspot Initiative Kickstarter

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                Kickstarter Campaign: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/9342858/blindspot-initiative www.plethora-project.com By Plethora Project and Somewhere Something Please support us to keep good material coming.

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                • GARY SETZER — SWAMP OF THE SOUND-IMAGE

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                  from Gary Setzer Added 1,099 6 2

                  A mysterious conjurer summons a rabbit. The rabbit manifests but only appears in a parallel universe—a provisional realm that the conjurer accesses through his sustained ritual. Purchase at itunes.apple.com/us/album/supralingual-sublingual-tongue/id537968726 Gary Setzer on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Gary.Setzer.Artist From the album “Supralingual/Sublingual: The Tongue is the Terrain,” Out now on Pretend Records! Music and Video © 2013, Gary Setzer. All rights reserved. For Contact/Booking: www.garysetzer.com

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                  • Artist Profile: T. Brantley Burns

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                    T. Brantley Burns is a Frederick-based artist who designs and constructs sculptures based on fossils found in Fossil Basin, Wyo. Burns uses fossils, and the process of uncovering information preserved in fossils, to represent the hidden experiences and life challenges that mold human character and to illustrate what might be revealed when exploring the unique, and sometimes hidden nature of each individual.

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