Brian House

Assistant Professor of Artat Lewis & Clark College
Portland,
United States
Focus area: Climate, Atmospheric Science, Computer Music, Electroacoustic Music, Sonification, Ecology, Environment, Geography, Geo-Locative, Mapping, Sound, Acoustics

Brian House is an artist who investigates the politics of time in human and nonhuman systems. Incorporating sound, code, and multidisciplinary research, his practice has included subjects such as geolocation surveillance and the communication strategies of urban rats. House has exhibited at MoMA, Los Angeles MOCA, Ars Electronica, ZKM, Madrid CentroCentro, Stockholm Kulturhuset, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, and Science Gallery Bengaluru, among others. The New York Times Magazine, WIRED, Neural, Creative Applications, and TIME’s annual “Best Inventions” issue have featured his work, and his essays and articles have been published in Leonardo, the Journal of Sonic Studies, and e-flux Architecture. He holds a PhD in Computer Music from Brown University and is Assistant Professor of Art at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

 

Journal Articles:
Special Section: ArtScience: The Essential Connection/Watershed

Abstract of: Acid Love: Mines, Remediation and Ensembles of the Witwatersrand

October 2021