White Noise: End-of-the-year show by Media Arts & Technology

by Kyle Crocco, Writing Peer
Thursday, May 19, 2016 4:06 PM

Come to the end-of-the-year show "White Noise" by the Media Arts and Technology program. ​See the showcase of new graduate student and faculty work connecting emergent media, computer science, engineering, architecture, electronic music, haptics, and digital art research. Hosted in two locations for your viewing pleasure.

Location One
“White Noise” Exhibition
CNSI, Elings Hall, UCSB
Friday, May 27, 5-9 p.m.

Location Two
“White Noise” Exhibition
SBCAST (Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science, and Technology)
513 Garden Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Saturday, May 28, 6-9 p.m.

Visit their website for the total event schedule.

White Noise – a noise containing all frequencies presented in equal proportion, represents all possibilities in equal likelihood. As this year’s theme, it represents the blank canvas; it’s the marble awaiting the sculptor to bring these possibilities to life. At MAT, ​the research is like white noise in that it contains "signals" from every field. As technologists and artists, ​they weave through this diverse research in novel ways, creating new works that transcend the present way we view the world. ​The show is the product of this process, and ​they invite all to join in its celebration.