Brian House will cover artistic research that attempts to make “sense” of our more-than-human relationships. He will discuss how he has adopted Henri Lefebvre's "Rhythmanalysis" as an artistic methodology, and how he has used data, sound and performance as means of refiguring our participation in unexpected ensembles. Recent projects will take us from the subways of NYC to the Okavango Delta and will touch on neural networks, transduction and pulse-coupled oscillation.
Brian House is an artist who investigates more-than-human temporalities. His background in both computer science and sound informs his research-based practice — recent interests include AI, extractive industries and urban rats. House's work has been exhibited at MoMA, MOCA (Los Angeles), Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Beall Center, ZKM, and Ars Electronica, among others, and has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, WIRED and Neural. He is currently a Mellon Associate Research Scholar at Columbia University's Center for Spatial Research.