Artist Website: http://briankane.net/
Bio: Brian Kane holds degrees from the University of California, Berkeley (B.A. in Philosophy, 1996; Ph.D. in Music, 2006). Prior to joining the faculty at Yale, he was a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Music at Columbia University (2006-2008). As a scholar, Kane has been pursuing interdisciplinary research, working in the margins between music theory, composition, philosophy, and auditory culture. The music-theoretical work centers on questions of sound and signification, working primarily with 20th century repertoire. Some central research themes concern: the relationship between music and skepticism; musical ontology; phenomenology; improvisation; histories of listening; subjectivity, in particular the persistence of the musical subject in recent critical theory, and psychoanalytical approaches to the musical self.
Title: VuJak Demonstration
Summary: Brian Kane, artist and founding member of Emergency Broadcast Network, visited the MAL to demo the Vujak – “the first video sampler.” For more information visit Brian’s website:
Duration: October 29th – November 4th, 2015
- Interview with Brian Kane
- Rethinking Decay in the Media Lab by Kyle Bickoff