de/Rastra

de/Rastra is a performance piece that hacks a 1970's cathode ray tube television and transforms it into a digital performance instrument for creating real-time sound and image.

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Kyle Evans

Kyle Evans

Kyle Evans is a new media artist, sound designer, electronic instrument creator, educator, and performer. While his background has focused toward experimental music and sound art; his collective work ranges from music technology development to new media installation. He has invented a variety of electronic musical and video instruments ranging from studio-based synthesizers to performance-based computer interfaces. His work commonly explores concepts of hacking, technological repurposing, and the relation between modern and obsolete technologies. He has performed and presented his work throughout the United States and Europe including Transmediale in Berlin, the International Computer Music Conference at Columbia University, the Dallas Video Festival at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Dimanche Rouge in Paris, the Vancouver New Music Festival, the Currents New Media Festival in Santa Fe, and the GLI.TC/H festival in Chicago. He is actively involved in multiple award-winning collaborative new media projects including Cracked Ray Tube and Limited Hangout. His writings and work have been presented in several academic and popular publications including the Leonardo Music Journal, Computer Music Magazine, Neural Magazine, and Popular Science Magazine. He is currently a professor of audio production and electronics in Austin, TX.