Personal reflections on the precariousness of nature involving improvisation with sound and video (MAX/MSP/Jitter, NATO) using selected samples taken from his own field recordings.
Presented as apart of a double bill shared with Bubblyfish (Haeyoung Kim).
Joe Reinsel uses video, and sound to explore ideas about architectural space, time, and touch. His creative work continues to considers interaction and the environment and each work investigates different facets of communication such as video work for public installation, collective storytelling, and interactive exhibitions. He is the recipient of grants from The Flint Public Art Project, International Society of Electronic Arts, Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore Museum of Art, New York State Council for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, Baltimore City Office of Promotion and the Arts, and University of Michigan among others. Also he has presented work in fourteen countries on four continents at venues such as Museum of Contemporary Art(Chile), Corcoran Gallery of Art, Ars Electronica, Centro Cultural São Paulo (Brazil), Centro Cultural de España(Mexico), Yekaterinburg, Russia, ZeroOne, and SIGGRAPH. –Bio as of 2019