Visiting Artist Speaker Series: Neil Harrbison and Moon Ribas – Microsoft Research
Keith Salmon is a landscape painter who lives in Scotland. Visually impaired, Keith has spent years creating sweeping images on the Scottish highlands. Keith is working with researcher Neel Joshi and others to create an interactive audio and visual installation based on recently developed sonification technology.
Keith spoke recently at Microsoft Research about his work, about ways in which visual impairment has affected his art practice, and his excitement in working with the sonification technology.
Here is that lecture.
Microsoft Research‘s studio99 aims to introduce artistic perspectives, processes, and values in the work of our organization.
studio99 seeks to build collaborations between researchers/engineers and artists/designers to create beautiful and innovative experiences that inspire new ways of thinking about existing and future scientific challenges.
Microsoft Research’s studio99 Gallery opened in November 2012 with a series of exhibits by Microsoft employees.