Matt Rogalsky’s work as a media artist often focuses on exploration of abject, invisible/inaudible, or ignored streams of information. He performs and presents work regularly in Europe and North America.
Recent projects include a series of performance and installation works exploring radio silences, a commission from the Berliner Festspiele for a new version of John Cage’s “Fontana Mix,” the sound installation “Auricle,” in Norwich Cathedral (UK), and “Perfect Imperfect,” a collaborative series of exhibitions with UK artist Chloe Steele in England and Canada. Over the summer of 2004 he made a performance tour in the Netherlands and Germany with Anne Wellmer (electronics) and Anne La Berge (flute/electronics), installed sound works for exhibitions in Sheffield and Norwich UK, and participated in the Digital Poetics and Politics summer institute at Queen’s University (Kingston Canada).
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