ARTISTIC RESEARCH SKETCHES.
MFA in Art & Technology at Trondheim Art Academcy
Tracing creative process and threads of research on art, bridges, music, sound, data, and technology. Achronological. Anarchival. Fragments, loops, layers. Reflections, inspirations, conversations.
Sketches and research from Neural Sonic Bridge Network
Have you heard a bridge sing? Imagine all the bridges around the world, singing together in a symphony.
- Speculative creative methodology and Artistic Research.
- Exploring sonic neural networks and AI music creativity
- Creating music with bridges for a Global Bridge Symphony
- Writing: sound art, generative composition, AI + machine creativity, cultural essays, profiles and reviews.
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2013-2015 CULTURE TRANSMIT: Making sense of contemporary culture from inside the kaleidoscope.
Everything goes better with art!
Hello, I’m Jodi Rose – artist, writer, editor, r0g agent and creative producer living in Berlin and Norway – sometimes overwhelmed by the sheer volume of art and culture going on everywhere, in the streets and online.
Here is an effort to absorb, filter and reflect on the wider currents, tributaries and tangential streams of cultural life. Because I can’t keep it all in my head, and recently one of my professor friends threatened to start a blog called “links Jodi sent me!” His introduction to my guest lecture on the Contemporary Art Theory MFA program: “Jodi is an incredibly active contributor to the international community of artists, with projects and collaborations ranging from gallery exhibitions to cultural development research, her practice is one of the most diverse, interdisciplinary, and engaging that I have encountered anywhere…” and so here we are.
Making an attempt to navigate patterns through the flow and offer insight, experience and ideas towards understanding the layers and complexities of contemporary culture. Writing from an artist perspective, I also take the position of reviewer or interviewer, although I never claim an objective authority or position as “expert,” I have realised that the cognitive tools I use to sift and connect ideas could be usefully shared and trust this may be interesting, relevant and offer transformative perceptions, knowledge or ideas to help to make sense of this strange and beautiful world.