Adam TINKLE - IEA Artist in residence
NYSCA - Electronic Media & FilmAdam Tinkle’s work considers sound, listening, improvisation, and co-creation across divides of artistic discipline and social location.
His path winds between performances, gallery exhibitions, site-specific interventions, participatory workshops, and collaborations in a range of media, including an audio drama featuring Marina Abramovic and Kim Stanley Robinson and the ambisonic sound design for the award-winning 360 VR film “How to Tell a True Immigrant Story.” His music releases on Risky Forager, Edgetone, and Midnight Gallery span noise, jazz, and folksong, and his recent video installations imagine feedback as a form of machinic desire.
The Institute for Electronic Art’s Experimental Projects Residency is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and the Schein-Joseph Endowment.
Under COVID-19 protocols sadly any in-person engagements with students and IEA AIRs will not be possible.