/IMRC News



Here is the sound and corrected spelling. Apahodian:

Arriving at 2pm on 18 Feb, 2018 in Portland, Maine, the mysterious Apahodian underground-theater in Portland, Maine appears after my long drive. The art illustration here was done in tandem with this improvised piece, done by wonderful Rush Brown of Maine. Arriving in […]


Emancipating Noise


The proverbial kitchen sink travels next to Portland: from create theatrics, to performing, to walking alone, recording, photographs, and writing about the experiences… On Sunday in Portland, on Feb. 18th I will do “concept music” with percussion expert Beau Lisy (an expert in African drums) on kitchen […]

Emancipating Noise2018-02-15T19:30:32+00:00

Spring 2018 IMRC Researcher in Residence – Daniel Pillis


We are thrilled to announce our Spring 2018 Researcher in Residence, Daniel Pillis.  Daniel Gene Pillis is a queer artist and media archaeologist who works with robotics, computer graphics and large scale installations. They make work about the technology of reality, investigating the phenomenology of computing, the metaphysics of mixed […]

Spring 2018 IMRC Researcher in Residence – Daniel Pillis2018-02-13T15:38:35+00:00

IMRC Accounts – Equipment Reservation System is Live!


We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new equipment reservation system on the IMRC Accounts website  We have about 90% of our equipment in the online system and will be adding the last few items in the coming days.  You can reserve […]

IMRC Accounts – Equipment Reservation System is Live!2018-01-30T14:36:50+00:00

Tuesdays at the IMRC: Faculty Presentation – Sofian Audry


The Intermedia MFA program is excited to announce the start of their Spring 2018 visiting artist lectures series, known as Tuesdays at the IMRC. This year’s visiting artist roster promises the community a robust season of contemporary artists from across the country and around the world.

Our first event on January […]

Tuesdays at the IMRC: Faculty Presentation – Sofian Audry2018-01-22T16:08:35+00:00

Time’s Affect


Time’s Affect (the verb) (meaning on me) as musical material continues as I record more tracks at home in contrast to the cold, windy time-space of that old truck, that memory from November. It occurs to me now that the truck, or any object, so static or still, is playable. […]

Time’s Affect2018-03-11T19:12:06+00:00

Spring 2018 IMFA / IMRC Visiting Artist Series


The Intermedia MFA Tuesdays at the IMRC Lecture Series continues to provide the UMaine, Orono and Bangor community with a diverse schedule of compelling speakers, and performances by contemporary and interdisciplinary artists and performers from around the country and world.

All events are free, […]

Spring 2018 IMFA / IMRC Visiting Artist Series2018-01-18T16:33:04+00:00

Concept Graffiti


Children do have bizarre noise-making sessions as play. This is quoted from the Schoreditch experimental musical school of 1969. Laughter should be part of education should not be questioned (yet it is). George Maciunas described Fluxus this way as: a fusion of Spike Jones, gags, games, Vaudeville, Cage, and Duchamp.

Fluxus was […]

Concept Graffiti2018-03-11T19:18:16+00:00