The Topological Media Lab (TML) was established in 2001 as a trans-disciplinary atelier-laboratory for collaborative research creation. In 2005, TML moved to Concordia University and the Hexagram research network in Montréal, Canada. Its projects serve as case studies in the construction of fresh modes of cultural knowledge and the critical studies of media arts and techno-science, bringing together practices of speculative inquiry, scientific investigation and artistic research-creation practices. The TML’s technical research areas include: realtime video, sound synthesis, embedded sensors, gesture tracking, physical computing, media choreography, and active textiles. Its application areas lie in movement arts, speculative architecture, and experimental philosophy.
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Einstein’s Dreams is an environment in which visitors encounter performers in responsive fields of video, light, and spatialized sound, in a set of tableaus.Read more
Patrick Jagoda (University of Chicago) // “Fabulously Procedural: Braid, Temporality, and the Videogame Sensorium” //
Friday 23 November 2012, 4:00 PM