College of Arts and Sciences - News
Oct 13 2011
Terry Nauheim Performs on Tuesday, October 18th, 8pm at the Issue Project Room

Terry Nauheim, performs her work, "Propagation Seems Good Here Tonight" on Tuesday, October 18th, 8pm at the Issue Project Room, Brooklyn, NY.   

Join free103point9, PAJ Publications, Issue Project Room, and Electronic Music Foundation in celebrating the publication of Transmission Arts: Artists and Airwaves by Galen Joseph-Hunter with Penny Duff, and Maria Papadomanolaki (PAJ Publications. In association with free103point9.) This event will feature performances from Todd Merrell, Kabir Carter, Terry Nauheim, Lázaro Valiente, Joel Chadabe, and others.


In this ground-breaking look at a new art genre, Transmission Arts: Artists and Airwaves brings together a genealogy of 150 artists and artworks—and more than 250 images—from 1921 to the present that encompasses performance, video, radio theatre, sound art, media installation, networked art, and acoustic ecology. Here is a fascinating account of the ingenuity and creativity of artists who have made new discoveries in broadcast, public works, performance composition, sound, and text, stretching the boundaries of both transmitter and receiver. At a time when public access struggles with corporate control of the airwaves, artists have combined activism and communications technologies to represent alternative worlds on the electromagnetic spectrum. Click here to order Transmission Arts: Artists and Airwaves.


Todd Merrell’s work illustrates a fascination with the imperceptible environment of electromagnetic radiation that shortwave radio and processing can capture, and transform into an immersive, musical environment.

Kabir Carter’s work moves between performance and installation, and focuses on the physical and emotional effects of architecture and acoustics in private and public spaces.

Terry Nauheim explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation.

Lázaro Valiente is sound artist Mauricio Pastrana, his work is comprised of sounds and silence originating in the daily improvisations of life. 

Joel Chadabe composer, author, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the development of interactive music systems.

DIRECTIONS TO ISSUE PROJECT ROOM -  The address is 232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY.

Heading West

Take exit 17W toward I-278 W/Bklyn - Qns Expy/Brooklyn Merge onto Queens Midtown Expressway Keep right at fork and follow signs for 48 St/I-278 E/I-495 W/Midtown Tun/Manhattan Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-278 W/Brooklyn and merge onto I-278 W Take exit 29 to merge onto Tillary St toward Manhattan Bridge/Bklyn Civic Center Turn left onto Flatbush Avenue Ext Continue onto Flatbush Ave Turn right onto 4th Ave Turn right onto 3rd St Destination will be on the left

Heading East (public transport)

Subway F Line, Subway G Line


Walk East down Third St over Gowanus Canal to Third Av = 5 min walk

Subway F Line, Subway M Line, Subway R Line to NINTH ST-FOURTH AVE stop Walk North on Fourth Av. West on Third St to Third Av = 5 min walk

For more directions, visit


Terry Nauheim

Associate Professor, Fine Arts Department New York Institute of Technology



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