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Funky Turns 40 Lecture and Exhibition

August 25, 2016

The traveling exhibition, Funky Turns 40, was featured as part of the Black History Museum’s opening in Richmond this past May and was on view throughout the summer. This exhibition commemorated the 40th anniversaries of 1970’s Saturday Morning cartoons that featured positive Black characters for the first time in television history and included 60 pieces of original… Read more »

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KI Alumna Wins Esteemed Cover Competition

June 22, 2016

Nicole Hamilton, KI Alum of the Class of 2012, and fellow Dieste creative, Nicholas Ross, won Ad Age’s 2016 Cannes Cover. The cover turns into a VR viewer that when paired with your smartphone opens “A Window Into the Creative Process – a 360 Experience.” True to her KI roots, Ms.Hamilton,  who created the animation… Read more »

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KI Representation in Cuba

June 21, 2016

The National Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music (EML) invited KI professor Stephen Vitiello and fellow composer and performer Jeffrey Roden to give a lecture at the Casa de las Américas in Havana. The artists shared their experiences with recording, performance and individual process. Professor Vitiello discussed the manipulation of sound and experimentation with field recordings, combining… Read more »

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KI Alumnus in 1708’s 5×5: Summer Studio

June 20, 2016

THE FOOL! 1708 Gallery 319 West Broad Street August 8 – 20, @016 Listening parting!, or artiste’s talk: Thursday, August 18, 7pm David Moré, a sound artist, experimental musician and sculptor who received his MFA in Kinetic Imaging this spring, is the recipient of a 2 week spot as part of 1708 Gallery’s 5×5 Summer… Read more »

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An Interview with Stephen Vitiello by RVA Mag

June 8, 2016

RVA Mag published an online interview with KI professor Stephen Vitiello this week about how he broke into the field of sound art and his upcoming projects! A comprehensive article, the interviewer walks through Vitiello’s progression from musician to internationally recognized sound artist and professor. As always, Vitiello’s statements are humble and full of advice… Read more »

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Patrick Power: Remembered

June 7, 2016

“…he was incredibly prolific. Every observation was a potential source for a video.” -Stephen Vitiello, former colleague and collaborator This Friday a memorial page for our dear friend and esteemed former colleague, Patrick Power, will be published on the KI webpage. A gallery of some of Patrick’s videos will accompany the page. Both the page and… Read more »

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KI’s Bob Kaputof’s: A Cold and Overcast Day at UCF Art Gallery

May 31, 2016

We’re ecstatic to announce that KI Professor, Bob Kaputof, is in a shared multi-media show with John Blatter, you may recognize him from the mocap studio in the Depot, at UCF Art Gallery! In an excerpt from his artist statement, Kaputof says: “I have created a random narrative of images with light, lens and object, which… Read more »

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Stephen Vitiello’s Music featured in 2 NYC Shows!

May 26, 2016

In between teaching and being KI’s director of graduate studies, Professor Stephen Vitiello has been composing sound for two shows opening in NYC this spring. Vitiello composed music for the collaborative piece, Every Fold Matters, a live performance with film about the work of doing laundry. The show opened May 13 at the Union Docs… Read more »

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Kinetic Imagingers Showing at Festivals!

A huge congratulations to KI undergraduate students whose work made the rounds at several international and national festivals this past semester and continues to do so this summer! Entering his Senior year this fall semester, KI’s Alex Randall’s piece Freedom in Orange is showing in The Digital Muddy Extended Media Festival V2.0 , a festival designed as… Read more »

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