Greenlee is a composer and performer of experimental music. His work centers on freestyle performance with computer systems for both sound and image. Since 1992, Greenlee has been standing at the epicenter of Providence’s panicked music scene, and is best known for his solo electronic music, under the moniker, Pleasurehorse, as well as for founding and performing in the frenetic rock group, Landed (est. 1997). Other points of reference include his membership in the band, Six Finger Satellite (1999-2001), and his role in Providence's warehouse community of the late 90s including, the art collective and venue, Fort Thunder.
Website | Lyn_Goeringer@brown.edu
Lyn came to Brown in 2006 with an interdisciplinary arts background in music composition, gestural performance, film, sound and installation art. Her research focus at this time is in the use of Location as instrument, the distillation and orchestration of the essential components of space, sound, and light in a performative context through the use of given architectural and physical phenomenon.
Jamie Jewett is the director of Lostwax Productions, a multi-media dance theater company that seeks to examine the visceral cusp between presence, embodiment, installation, performance space and narrative through the use of technology. Jewett has choreographed, performed and taught across the U.S. as well as in Asia and Europe. His works utilize interactivity and projections of still and cinematic imagery coupled with live closed-circuit video. The Other Paper (Columbus, OH) called Jewett's Wexner Center award-winning film Auslander (Lincoln Center 2000) "A glimpse of Ohio film brilliance." Jamie received his BA in Dance and Buddhist Studies from Naropa University, an MFA in Dance and Technology from the Ohio State University, an MA from Brown University's MEME@Brown program (Multimedia and Electronic Music Experiments @ Brown). He completed his PhD in New Media and Performance at Brown University in 2008.
Website | Brian_Knoth@brown.edu
Brian Knoth is a composer/instrumentalist and digital media artist/researcher specializing in experimental sound art/music, moving image and new interfaces. His work explores cross-sensory dynamics and computer mediated interaction. This work is realized in several formats including installation, audiovisual composition, and live performance.
Website | Kevin_Patton@brown.edu
Kevin Patton is a composer, guitarist, and experimental sound performer interested in exploring the increasingly nebulous borderlands between humans and machines in performance. The integration of interactive electronic music and machine improvisation into traditional performance contexts is at the center of his practice.