CounterPulse Interviews: Artist-in-Residency Emily Hoffman

Wednesday, August 5th, 2015

Julie Phelps: Is there a politic to the ways that the work you are developing in CounterPulse’s ARC Program with the Affinity Project is experimenting with duration, repetition and mutability?  Emily Hoffman: It might be more of an attitude than a politic, but I do feel an impulse to disrupt certain structural tropes in performance. I’m […]



Monday, May 11th, 2015

“A riot literally tears the city apart. It is a striation…like a skater from the days before skateparks, it sketches invisible trajectories in the urban motif. A shapeless event that eludes reification, even if it relates to rituals, and thus summons the repertoire of tricks and knowledge accumulated by a provisional community bound by a […]


A proposal- Mica

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Hello Other (X)Changers, I have a proposal for our process. I’m usually drawn to the obvious, or blatant. I am also fascinated by impersonation, doubling and repetition (not just as a compositional tool but also as a process). I propose that our exchange be direct, meaning each of us recreates a work by another in […]


CounterPulse Combustible collaborating artists and technologists show work-in-progress

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

As part of the pilot CounterPulse Performance and Technology Combustible — a residency model for artists collaborating with creative technologists— we hosted two work-in-progress labs last week for participating artists: Capacitor with collaborator Zach Howard, and Dohee Lee with collaborator Donald Swearingen. Dohee Lee and Donald Swearingen were first to show their work. Dohee is […]



Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

As part of the CounterPULSE Underground programming we’re running at our new building until renovation begins, we’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with CODAME, who will be producing a month of new media ART + TECH events this coming May. The schedule of events is being finalized, but you can already put your name on the […]