whiteout transmission series

whiteout is a new series of live FM transmission performances exploring and questioning the aesthetic of noise on the radio. These new textural works are created live in the moment through the use of multiple analog electronic instruments and a 7-watt FM transmitter. Each work is recorded directly off the radio as it was potentially heard […]

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Upcoming events and performances.

– SATURDAY AFTERNOON SHOW: WHITEOUT I was at The Wave Farm Saturday October 27, 2012 to perform and discuss my current Whiteout transmission art series. The broadcast is archived here: http://tinyurl.com/aaeeczv – PNEM FESTIVAL I’m pleased to announce that I’m  one of three artists representing the U.S. at this years Platform New Experimental Music Sound […]

Transmission Intervention Amsterdam: Day Three

Last month while during a 10 day residency at STEIM [STudio for Electro Instrumental Music] I created a body of improvised sound works of varying duration. These concerts were performed live during the day and night on the FM band throughout the city. Because the documentation was recorded directly from the receiver, any static or […]

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Signal To Noise: January 27 – March 1, 2012

About signal.toNoise: I first became interested in minimalism as an undergraduate while studying painting. I recall reading Sol LeWitt’s “Sentences on Conceptual Art” and being taken by his statement: “Successful art changes our understanding of the conventions by altering our perceptions.” This radically changed how I viewed many minimalist works moving forward. Monochromatic pieces like […]

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papalCorruption v1.0 beta

papalCorruption v1.0 is a recent experiment for a larger body of new video based works exploring the glitch and corrupt data in media culture. The original clip was a short Italian television story about Pope Benedict XVI.  I downloaded the video from the Vatican website and then corrupted it on a data level.

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About

Jason Sloan is an electronic media and sound artist, musician, composer and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.

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