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    Guest Artist: Miki Kaneda, New Media (Museum of Modern Art, NY)

    Guest Artist: Miki Kaneda, New Media (Museum of Modern Art, NY) Image gallery

    Presented by St. Cloud State University Music Department at SCSU - Performing Arts Center - Center Stage

    February 20, 2013

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    Miki Kaneda is a Mellon C-MAP Fellow in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to organizing workshops and research activities for C-MAP, she is co-editor of post, a participatory digital platform for global research. Trained as an ethnomusicologist, she received her PhD in Music, with a Designated Emphasis in New Media at the University of California, Berkeley in 2012. Her dissertation, titled "The Unexpected Collectives: Intermedia Art in Postwar Japan," is an ethnographic and historical study of intermedia musical and artistic practices in 1960s Japan. Her research interests include the the politics of sound; performance, documentation, and notation of experimental music; and ecologies of new media in postwar Japan. Before coming to MoMA, she taught at SUNY Stony Brook, UC Berkeley, and Montclair State University.


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        SCSU - Performing Arts Center - Center Stage

        620 3rd Avenue South
        St. Cloud, MN 56301

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        Tickets: Free

        Info Phone: 320-308-3223

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        Dates:
        February 20, 2013

        Times:
        6:00 pm

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