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H3O/OO2

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Curated by the Drift and co-presented with the Center for Urban Intervention Research (CUIR), H3O//002 took place on May 10th 2015 beneath the Veteran's Bridge along the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh. For H3O//002, the Drift partnered with CUIR and students from a course offered by CUIR director Ali Momeni in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Throughout the semester, the Drift, CUIR and students in the course developed a custom array of audio/visual rigs and installations, virtual reality experiences, and site specific performances. In addition to these collaborations and student projects, the Drift curated a selection of 15 works, commissioning 6 new pieces for debut, by an international group of artists working in video, animation, and sound. Selected Video Rick Silva + Nicolas Sassoon Brenna Murphy Neal Moignard Katie Torn Giselle Zatonyl Rui Hu Commissioned Video Scott Andrew Steve Gurysh Gergo Kovács Kim Laughton Eva Papamargariti Theoklitos Triantafyllidis Live Score by Jónó Mí Ló Installations Claire Hentschker Dan Russo Sebrand Warren Brian Yang Luke Hottinger Memory Palace Composed by Chris Cerrone Performed by Owen Weaver Directed by Ben Gansky Curated by Steve Gurysh and Scott Andrew Visual Design by Scott Andrew, Steve Gurysh, and Ali Momeni Sound Design by Luke Hottinger and Ben Gansky Lighting Design by Ben Gansky and Ali Momeni Mobile Projection Units by Ali Momeni Projectionists: Scott Andrew, Luca Damasco, Dan Russo, and Claire Hentschker Audio Engineering by Luke Hottinger ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All video content presented in H3O//002 was provided courtesy of each artist with the exception of Mud by artist Neal Moignard (2015) which was provided generously in kind by the National Film Board of Canada. H3O is supported in part by funding from the Carnegie Mellon University Frank-Ratchye Fund For Art @ the Frontier, the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, and the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts. Technical equipment and expertise provided courtesy of the Center for Urban Intervention Research, the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and Iontank. For more info about upcoming projects and events visit www.the-drift.org and www.c-uir.org