SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices

SAIC's Art and Technology Studies department provides a fresh and innovative forum for interdiscipli

The department of Art and Technology Studies (ATS) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago is dedicated to the art of code, digital technologies and electronic engineering. A sample of courses include the following:
Immersive Environments- Neon Techniques-Neon Animation-From Model to Object- Introduction to Digital Fabrication - 3D Graphics - Activated Objects: Digital Control - Shaping Ligh

Operating as usual


Please join us at the Lincoln Park
Conservatory this 05•19•24 - Event is free and open to the public

2 - 5pm
With performance activations beginning at 3pm

In Relation to [Ferns]
This collaborative sound installation arose from the graduate seminar “Sound, Performance, and Land” at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, co-taught by Bill and Stephanie Sick Distinguished Visiting Professor Raven Chacon and Whitney Johnson. After visiting the Lincoln Park Conservatory, reading texts engaged with indigenous sound practice, and conceptualizing the land we inhabit, four teams of artists produced multichannel works in sound and performance. In conjunction with this installation, the collective is releasing the LP In Relation to [Ferns] with sound, images, and language exploring the botanical archive, decolonizing human-organic interaction, and futuring our embodied presence with this land.

Yousif Alzayed, Patrick Glennon, and Steph Patsula Statement:
Stomata is an electroacoustic composition designed to breathe along with the ferns

Dan Greenwood and Virginia Kennard
Wind.snow includes commercially recorded wind sounds from Wellington, New Zealand, VHS recorded snow storms from Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA, and a performance with modified sleep machine, live recording, and mobile recording device in Chicago, Illinois, USA

How to Pop a Balloon
Liz Flood, Sam Anthem, and Mauricio López F.
How much information can one container hold? Made with balloons and breath. Researched and inflated by Sam Anthem, Mauricio López F., and Liz Flood

No name in the throat
Nick Metcalfe, Blue McCall, and Sarah Lutkenhaus Statement:
No name in the throat is a sound composition by Nick Metcalfe and Sarah Lutkenhaus activated live throughout the installation by performance artist Bambi Kunst and Virginia Kinnard
Poster design by .map

Photos from SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices's post 05/14/2024

“What is Seen and Unseen”

Mapping South Asian American Art in Chicago” will be open for public viewing from Saturday, May 18.
Curated by Shelly Bahl and Featuring ATS alumni Amay Kataria .kataria !

This survey comprises two parallel exhibitions:
Shadows Dance Within the Archives, an archival exhibition of over 125 years of under-documented exhibition and cultural history, and Are Shadow Bodies Electric?, a thematic exhibition featuring 8 contemporary artists who are creating surreal and/or unclassified shadow bodies that exist outside of time, place and space.

Come and see this groundbreaking exhibition which is the first one it’s kind to map and disseminate this vital chapter of Chicago’s art history.

Photos from SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices's post 05/02/2024

Congratulations to our AT/SP faculty and MFA alum Ava Mirage Wanbil for being one of featured break out artists of 2024! Included are images of her last project “Sertraline Dolls”.

“Thank you for having my work seen and being interviewed by ! It is primarily focusing on my life and my last project “Sertraline Dolls”, which is now in its final stages as I transition to my next wave of projects I will be sharing with you all in this beautifully strange ride of our realities.

It’s be one ride side gaining my MFA in FVNMA at saic and working in the Art and Technology/Sound department at saic as well .saic”

Photo by: !


April 13| 5:30 PM
Waveforms S24, a now AT/SP grad-student-focused event, will be taking place this Saturday, April 13, at AIRMW.
Installations at 5:30pm, performances at 6:30pm.

Free entry.

Featuring performances by:
Nick Metcalfe | Sarah Lutkenhaus | Yousif Alzayed, Patrick Glennon & Steph Patsula | Joseph Oakes | Lorenzo Osterheim, Benjamin Glass & Lauren Watmore | Sam Anthem | Liz Flood & Misa Sourour | Dan Greenwood | Mauricio López F. | Hunter Whitaker-Morrow | Omnia Sol & Gordon Fung

And installations by:
Hyun Lee | Yukyeom Kim | Kim, Jung Soo | Terry Xu | Lorenzo Osterheim & Benjamin Glass | Daniel Tseng | Zhe Li


Today! April, 8 at 3:15 PM. Please join us for Eul Lee's and Xin Yang's Graduate Talks.


Olfactory Art Show April 12-28 | Flex Space Rm 400
Opening April 12, 3:30 PM-4:30 PM


Next Monday, April 1 at 3:15 PM | FlexSpace Rm 400
Art and Technology/ Sound Practices Grad Talks with Korean Hernandez and Yukyeom Kim


Today at 3:15 PM! Please join us for Jung Soo Kim's, Erik Akerman's, and Yawen Xie's virtual Graduate Talks.


Join us for our first AT/SP Grad talk today 3:15-5:15. Talks will take place in MC 400 (Flex Space).


March 20-April 1
ATS Flex Space rm 400

"Re:Generate" invites you to a dynamic exploration of the perpetual cycle of creation, reflection, and evolution. At the heart of this showcase lies the understanding that art, technology, and sound studies are not static disciplines but fields of endless dialogue and transformation. This exhibition not only commemorates the culmination of the artists’ academic endeavors at SAIC but also celebrates the inaugural joint showcase of the graduating class from the newly established AT/SP department. "Re:Generate" is an acknowledgment that in the act of regeneration, we find growth, new perspectives, and unforeseen possibilities. Within each work, the realm of repetition unfolds not just as a sequence of echoes but as a landscape of opportunity, where each recurrence sharpens and reshapes the creative horizon.

“Re:Generate” features work from the following 2023-2024 graduating students within the Art +Technology/Sound Practices department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago:

Elizabeth Flood, Eul Lee, Jung Soo Kim, Patrick Glennon, Steph Patsula, Xin Yang, Yuwen Huang, Yousif Alzayed, Yukyeom Kim, Yimei (Emair) Zhu.
Curated by Korina Victoria Hernandez


Touch Praxis
Nina Sarnelle and Selwa Sweden will be giving an artist talk and workshop next week.

Artist Talk: Monday, Feb 26| 3:13-4:30 PM ATS Flex Space
Workshop:Tuesday, Feb 27| 3:13- 4:30 PM Performance 2M Space


Join Us for an artist talk with Chelsea Thompto

February 14th, 3:15 - 4:30pm

Flex Space MC400

Chelsea Thompto (she/her) is a transdisciplinary artist and educator working at the intersections of art, trans studies, and technology. Her research based studio practice spans a variety of media which often include code, video, sound, writing, and sculpture and her work has been shown nationally and internationally. Born and raised in Iowa, she has spent most of her life between the Midwest and California and is an incoming Assistant Professor of Creative Technologies at Virginia Tech. She was recently a member of the Year 9 NEW INC cohort in the Art & Code track, and serves on the editorial board of the Media-N: Journal of the New Media Caucus. She received an MFA in 4D Art and an MA in Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Chelsea will be speaking about her recent commission for the San Jose Museum of Art titled The Fog as well as her ongoing augmented reality performance work


There are still available seats for the grad courses taught by Eduardo Kac and Lou Mallozzi this Spring.

Grad Advising MFA 6009: Graduate Projects with Eduardo Kac

MFA 5011: Interdisciplinary Seminar: Ears for Cinema with Lou Mallozzi

This seminar takes an audio-centric approach to cinema, emphasizing an integrative approach to sound design. Topics include audio post-production techniques, auditory perception, and strategies and theories of sound-to-moving image relationships. We will explore this topic working primarily from the ear outward, privileging the sonic as the core of this investigation. Presentations on auditory perception and the basic physics of sound will inform a hands-on study of studio techniques including recording, foley, voice and sound effects editing, equalization, dynamics processing, reverberation, and mixing via thorough instruction on the ProTools digital audio workstation. Readings on theories and strategies of sound and sound-image relationships, and screenings of cinema works in which sound plays a central role, will provide a diverse context for understanding and interrogating the audio-visual experience. Student work will be critiqued from the seminar's audio-centric perspective.


As artists, designers, and scholars navigating the ever-evolving landscape of art-making in a digital world, it is with great excitement that we host a panel discussion titled, "Who Made This? Navigating the Intersection of AI and Artistic Pedagogy." Featuring several SAIC faculty currently engaged in conversations and work within and around artificial intelligence (AI), this hybrid panel and group discussion will be an enriching exploration of AI and its usefulness in art higher education.

Who Made This? Navigating the Intersection of AI and Artistic Pedagogy
Friday, December 1, 1:30–3:00 p.m.
SAIC Ballroom, 112 S. Michigan Ave.

Panel Discussion Participants:

Eric Hotchkiss is an assistant professor in the Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects. A civically engaged interdisciplinary designer, engineer, and educator with a commitment to community design, his practice is a blend of artistry, collaboration, and transformation.

Kristin McWharter is an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Technology / Sound Practices. She uses multidisciplinary approaches to interrogate the relationship between competition and intimacy.

Daniel R. Quiles, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism. His academic research has focused on Argentinean conceptualism as well as broader questions related to new media and politics in Latin American art.

Douglas Rosman is an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Technology / Sound Practices. As an artist, Rosman treats computational technology both as a tool for creative expression and as the subject matter of his work.

ChatGPT is a sophisticated AI language model created by OpenAI, designed to assist and engage in diverse conversations, offering information, and generating human-like text across a wide range of topics.

The event will start at 1:30 p.m. with the panelists sharing their perspectives and experiences utilizing AI and technology in their professional and teaching practices, as well as AI’s role in and out of the classroom. The panel will be followed by a robust discussion with the audience starting around 2:30 p.m. We look forward to your participation in this event. As always, persons with disabilities requesting accommodations should visit


Art and Technology Flex Space, Rm 400
Nov 17- Dec 1

As part of the Grad Art & Technology Seminar course taught by Lee Blalock, the second of two groups of graduate students presents:

Asunder, away, utterly apart. “Dis-” is a multimedia group exhibition featuring the work of six technology–based artists whose creations converge around the theme of the prefix “Dis-”. The promises of total connectivity within the technological paradigm of our time leaves much to be desired and many promises left unfulfilled. “Dis-” symbolizes separation, negation, and reversal. Each artist confronts themes of dislocation, disassociation, disbelief and distortion, exploring what remains in the wake of separation. These artists utilize various technologies and their promises of networked connectivity to showcase its slippages. By synthesizing the relationships and contradiction between what is being separated from itself, these artists open up a liminal space in which new dialectics can be formed.

Performance dates for Kyriakos Apostolidis : TBA


Art on the Mart
Winter Program Celebration, November 16 | 7:30 PM
Proiection launch
Chicago Riverwalk jetty between Wells St. and Franklin St.


Analog is a new program of shorts by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)students. In a first-of-its-kind partnership with ART on THE MART, students from Austen Brown and Jan Tichy's Fall 2023 sound and digital light projection classes present 12 distinct, yet cohesive projections celebrating the Season of Light. Jan Tichy. Associate Professor Photography. Art and Technology and former ART on THE MART artist and Judd Morrissey, Chair of the Department of Art & Technology/Sound Practices, lead the collaboration between SAlC and ART on THE MART.


As part of the Grad Art & Technology Seminar course taught by Lee Blalock, the first of two groups of graduate students presents:
This exhibition engages flexible space as a realm of perpetual movement, where fluidity, the body, chaos, precarity, panoptic crafts, and wires are interconnected. Wires and tubes disrupt the architecture of the space, entwining to highlight the underlying circulation of human energies. Moving particles, traveling light, flowing water, and vortexes expand an existing vital chain of movement. Interactivity is encouraged through the gaze of the machine, fostering a dialogue between the spectator and the work within a shared space. These works trace connections between bodies and spaces, making themselves visible through their motion, and, as a result, each work becomes a body in space, a participant, and a collaborator.

Nov 3-10
Rm 400 MC, Flex Space


OCT 16 - N0V 6 | 4th Floor Maclean

The students in Retro Tech: Programming studied a simple one-liner program written for the Commodore 64 for an exercise in media translation. In this exhibition, the "Amazing One Liner” (originally written as 8 PRINT CHR$(205.5 + RND(8)); : GOTO 8)becomes a generative source for new artworks bridging retro programming languages to contemporary modes of making.

Lee Blalock

Dawn Adams
Hope Barkov
Luke Burris
Rich Castleberry
Aidan Goetzinger
Soren Ngoc Hsu
Emilia Jasinski
Lorelei Mannon
Bird Mullen
Kato Nazarian


Art and Technology/ Sound Practices Assistant Professor Lee Blalock will be presenting her body of work as part of her tenure review this Wednesday, Sept 13 at 4:45 PM in Sharp 327.



this Sunday 9.10.23

Address: 2328 N Milwaukee, top floor / Logan Square

530 doors
630 screening
715 panel

Join CCAM and for a screening of Adam Curtis’s ALL WATCHED OVER BY MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE (2001), a gallivanting video essay about love, war, heroism, and computers, and the dream that we could run the world without politics.

Our panel samples the eclecticism of Chicago’s general intellect :

Seth Brodsky, musicology and psychoanalysis

Kristi McGuire, visual critical studies and its artistic and political outsides

Doug Rosman, critical and speculative computational media art

Photos from SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices's post 09/07/2023

Here are some highlights of the Art and Technology group installing for Ars 2023.


The Art & Technology / Sound Practices Department at SAIC is proud to present the exhibition "Funnel & Switch" in this year's Ars Electronica Festival for Art, Technology, and Society titled "Who Owns The Truth''. The exhibition, currently on view from September 6th- 10th in the historic POSTCITY in Linz, austria, was curated by Angelia Mahaney, a current graduate student in the Arts Administration & Policy department and features the work of Art & Tech graduate students and alumni: Juan Eduardo Flores, Reid Arowood, Mac Pierce, Yiyi Liu, Korina Victoria Hernandez, Eul Lee, Kelly Xi, and Ni**od Astarhan.

Funnel & Switch traverses a network of potential solutions to some of the most pressing socio-political questions of our generation. Ownership of data and objects in both the digital and physical sphere are currently defaulted to corporations and are exploited to subvert the common good. Funnel & Switch tackles crucial questions that respond to society’s compounding technological developments and capitalist greed. How does a lack of government regulations on digital data destabilize individuals’ decision-making capacity over personal privacy? What solutions can we find to preserve vital resources and culturally significant items, when corporate capitalism is eclipsing human rights?

Funnel & Switch examines controversial topics surrounding security cam footage, body imaging, AI, heartbeat data, culturally significant objects, and the manipulation of natural resources. The artists tackle these ethical dilemmas by investigating alternative dynamics that can exist between those with power and the rest of humanity, innovating tactics to resist, respond, recount, restore, repatriate, and recycle. Despite unveiling harsh realities, the exhibition intends to instigate mechanisms for positive change, and pepper hope throughout an increasingly bleak trajectory for our collective future.

Curator: Angelia Word Mahaney.

Angelia Word Mahaney is a curator, interdisciplinary artist, and DJ. She is a master’s student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago studying Arts Administration and Policy and holds a BA in Dance with a specialization in composition and improvisation. She is the founder of FemmeDecks, an electronic music collective platforming BIPOC, femme, and genderqueer artists.


Next Friday, Sept 15| 3:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Immersive Storytelling Lecture and Workshop
Yiyun Kang Flexspace Rm 400

Photos from SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices's post 07/06/2023

From June 28 through July 12, Feral File is showcasing two extraordinary exhibitions: The Experiment and FF1.0. The Experiment reflects on a2p, and FF1.0 presents one piece of artwork from each of the 33 exhibitions hosted on Feral File during the past two years. The Experiment and FF1.0 pay homage to Feral File's roots and embrace the future as they prepare to launch Feral File 2.0, unveiling a fresh style and approach. You are invited to join the conversation during The Retrospective. Follow Feral File on Twitter to stay updated on the schedule for special conversations with artists and curators to celebrate and reflect on the artwork and trajectory of Feral File and our community.

Today: Join Feral File for a talk about BODIES with a panel of artists including our own Lee Blalock. Follow to join the conversation on Twitter Spaces.


Please Join us for grad talks on the subject of “Interfaces” with Juan Flores and Yiyi Liu moderated by ATS faculty member Joseph Kramer!

The event will take place at 4:15 pm in the ATS Flex Space.


The student-curated neon show, Lighting the Metaphysical is up in the ATS flex space until April 28. Come join us in the opening reception tomorrow, April 21 at 6PM.

Photos from SAIC Art & Technology/ Sound Practices's post 04/13/2023

Come see SAIC at Expo Chicago! The show has a healthy serving of ATS students, alum and faculty - among others. Here are some highlights.


SAIC Booth at EXPO Chicago
April 13-16, 2023
Booth #435

“Soft Tissue; Hard Wire”

In 1969, the pathbreaking artist Sonia Sheridan established a department of Generative Systems at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Emphasizing an open, ever-changing, and decentralized curriculum, Sheridan focused her students on the artistic implications of ideas transformed through the integration of flesh, art, and technology. She taught students how to repurpose, recombine, and steer relationships with industry. An institution filled with artists and scholars, SAIC embraces the curricular process as a study of science, art, and technology. Coursework, artistic affiliations, and conversations scrutinize “natural” systems, command language and its political outcomes, and articulation of bodies. We study lifeways anew while “life” has become fully saturated with proprietary technology that is poised on an exploitation of indigenous techniques and resources. Our practices therefore foster emerging and communal orientations to art and technology. Soft Tissue; Hard Wire invites the viewer to contemplate technology through just a few of the many directions from which it permeates our lives. Should we find ourselves cemented in the present, the exhibition suggests that we move forward and backwards through time to consider our influence on technology, and technology’s influence on Earth's inhabitants.

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) features work from the following current students, alumni artists, and faculty at this year's EXPO Chicago: Nick D'alessandro (BFA 2023), Juan Eduardo Flores (MFA 2023), SlimeVolt: Yousif Alzayed (MFA 2024), Ben Glass (BFA 2023), Yimei Zhu (MFA 2024), and Ryan Garvey (University of Chicago), Xin Yang (MFA 2024), Janelle Dunlap (MFA 2021), Jungwoo Lee (MFA 2022), Shawn Decker (Sound) and Jan-Erik Andersson, Eduardo Kac (ATS), Dakota Mace (Visiting Grad Advisor), Andrew S. Yang (Liberal Arts), and Video Data Bank titles by Edward Rankus, John Manning, and Barbara Aronofsky Latham (AlienNATION), and Eduardo Kac (Natural History of the Enigma). Organized by Graduate Curators Korina Hernandez (MFA 2024) and Amanda Mendelsohn (MA 2023), Assistant Professor Lee Blalock (ATS), and Professor Delinda Collier (Art History). For more than 150 years, SAIC has been a leader in educating the world’s most influential artists, designers, and scholars. Located in downtown Chicago with a fine arts graduate program consistently ranked among the top programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, SAIC provides an interdisciplinary approach to art and design as well as world-class resources, including the Art Institute of Chicago museum, on-campus galleries and state-of-the-art facilities.


Please Join us for grad talks on the subject of Gaze & Low Vision with Juliana Castro-Duperly and Yimei Zhu moderated by ATS faculty member Allie n Steve Mullen!

The event will take place Friday 4/14 at 4:15 pm in the ATS Flex Space.


Please Join the ATS department on Thursday, April 13th at 4:15pm in the Flex Space
for an Artist Talk with artist and podcast host Lee Tusman!

ee Tusman is a New York-based new media artist and educator interested in the application of the radical ethos of collectives and DIY culture to the creation of, aesthetics, and open-source distribution methods of digital culture. He works in code, interactive media, video art, experimental games, sound art, websites, bots and micro-power radio stations. Currently, Tusman is an Assistant Professor of New Media and Computer Science at Purchase College where he hosts the podcast “Artists and Hackers”. Artists and Hackers is a podcast dedicated to the communities that are building and using new digital tools of creation. We talk to programmers, artists, poets, musicians, bot-makers, educators, students, and designers, in an effort to critically look at both online artmaking and the history of technology and the internet. We’re interested in where we’ve been and speculative ideas on the future. Tusman is also an organizer with Babycastles, a NYC-based collective fostering and amplifying diverse voices in videogame culture as well as a collaborator with artist-run community Flux Factory. He co-founded Processing Community Day NYC. He is a past organizer at Hidden City Philadelphia, Little Berlin and KCHUNG Radio.

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