Columbus, Ohio is incredibly lucky to have Fuse Factory, a lab promoting new media, sound art and experimental music. The lab hosts workshops such as last year’s Learning About the Oscilloscope Through Binaural Beats, organizes performances from artists like Truus de Groot, Tim Kaiser, Becky Grajeda, Jessica Speer, Paul Metzger, Roth Mobot and Tatsuya Nakatani, curates new media art shows, and puts on the Columbus Circuit Benders’ Ball, an offshoot of the Nashville Circuit Benders’ Ball.
The Fuse Factory, a Columbus, Ohio based nonprofit arts organization, recently launched a Kickstarter for their 2013 Frequency Fridays season. You might know them as the organizers of the 2012 Columbus Circuit Benders’ Ball. Their latest Kickstarter campaign will go towards bringing cutting edge experimental artists to Columbus, including 2012 Nashville Circuit Benders’ Ball participants Roth Mobot.
Fuse Factory is an incredible organization that should serve as a role model for all hackerspaces and media arts labs. When we organized the 2013 Circuit Benders’ Ball, we used their previous Kickstarters as models.
Please consider donating, and if you find yourself in Columbus, check out the events!
Here are the upcoming Frequency Fridays events: