September 22, 2014

Morris Library to host Katja Vetter

Morris Library will be hosting artist-in-residence, Katja Vetter. An opening reception and performance is set for 4:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 26, in the library’s first floor rotunda.

Vetter, who is from the Netherlands, uses digital signal processing techniques, including the open source programming language Puredata to analyze and manipulate sounds. Vetter has a background of carpentry, musical instrument making and electronics.

Vetter will also show how she uses Slice//Jockey, an audio program created with Puredata that captures, processes and inserts sounds into a continuance rhythmic loop of performance, in her work. Vetter will also conduct three workshops, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, in the library’s music studio, Room 321. More information about her visit and workshops is available here.