National Geographic has awarded DJ SPOOKY the very prestigious Emerging Explorer Award for 2014. Spooky is one of 14 New Emerging Explorers Representing the Next Generation of Scientists, Innovators and Storytellers Pushing Boundaries of Discovery, Adventure and Global Problem-Solving.

The Emerging Explorers Program recognizes and supports uniquely gifted and inspiring adventurers, scientists and innovators who are at the forefront of discovery, adventure and global problem-solving while still early in their careers. Each Emerging Explorer receives a $10,000 award to aid further research and exploration.
The 2014 Emerging Explorers are inventor Jack Andraka; educator Shabana Basij-Rasikh; conservation biologistShivani Bhalla; ecologist and epidemiologist Christopher Golden; marine biologist David Gruber; paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim; creative conservationist Asher Jay; conservation biologistJuliana Machado Ferreira; artist, writer and musician Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky; environmentalist Maritza Morales Casanova; social entrepreneur Sanga Moses;author and campaigner Tristram Stuart; electrical engineer Robert Wood; and nanoscientist Xiaolin Zheng.
http://press.nationalgeographic.com/2014/05/15/national-geographics-2014-class-of-emerging-explorers/

National Geographic has awarded DJ SPOOKY the very prestigious Emerging Explorer Award for 2014. Spooky is one of 14 New Emerging Explorers Representing the Next Generation of Scientists, Innovators and Storytellers Pushing Boundaries of Discovery, Adventure and Global Problem-Solving.

The Emerging Explorers Program recognizes and supports uniquely gifted and inspiring adventurers, scientists and innovators who are at the forefront of discovery, adventure and global problem-solving while still early in their careers. Each Emerging Explorer receives a $10,000 award to aid further research and exploration.

The 2014 Emerging Explorers are inventor Jack Andraka; educator Shabana Basij-Rasikh; conservation biologistShivani Bhalla; ecologist and epidemiologist Christopher Golden; marine biologist David Gruber; paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim; creative conservationist Asher Jay; conservation biologistJuliana Machado Ferreira; artist, writer and musician Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky; environmentalist Maritza Morales Casanova; social entrepreneur Sanga Moses;author and campaigner Tristram Stuart; electrical engineer Robert Wood; and nanoscientist Xiaolin Zheng.

http://press.nationalgeographic.com/2014/05/15/national-geographics-2014-class-of-emerging-explorers/

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 DJ SPOOKY’S MIXING APP PARTY
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky invites the audience to bring their iPhones and iPads and collectively mix the soundtrack for a listening party using his iPhone/iPad app. This event, which takes place in the Museum’s Petrie Court Café will stay open for cocktails during the party. 
This event is one of several comprising The Met Reframed, an unprecedented, multilayered, artistic partnership with Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid), a composer, multimedia artist, writer, and DJ. His recorded output includes remixes of music ranging from Wu-Tang Clan, Metallica, and Bob Marley to classical/new music legends Steve Reich and the Kronos Quartet, and he has performed as a DJ at major festivals, including Bonnaroo and Power to the Peaceful. His work as a media artist has been featured at the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennial, and Miami/Art Basel; and his first collection of essays, Rhythm Science, was released by MIT Press in 2004, followed bySound Unbound, an anthology of writings on electronic music and digital media (MIT Press, 2008).
All details for the concert are here:
http://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/concerts-and-performances/ipad-mixing-piece?eid=3790

 DJ SPOOKY’S MIXING APP PARTY

Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky invites the audience to bring their iPhones and iPads and collectively mix the soundtrack for a listening party using his iPhone/iPad app. This event, which takes place in the Museum’s Petrie Court Café will stay open for cocktails during the party. 

This event is one of several comprising The Met Reframed, an unprecedented, multilayered, artistic partnership with Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid), a composer, multimedia artist, writer, and DJ. His recorded output includes remixes of music ranging from Wu-Tang Clan, Metallica, and Bob Marley to classical/new music legends Steve Reich and the Kronos Quartet, and he has performed as a DJ at major festivals, including Bonnaroo and Power to the Peaceful. His work as a media artist has been featured at the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennial, and Miami/Art Basel; and his first collection of essays, Rhythm Science, was released by MIT Press in 2004, followed bySound Unbound, an anthology of writings on electronic music and digital media (MIT Press, 2008).

All details for the concert are here:

http://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/concerts-and-performances/ipad-mixing-piece?eid=3790

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THE MET REFRAMED: DJ SPOOKY IN RESIDENCE
The Metropolitan Museum of Art introduces a yearlong performing-artist residency—The Met Reframed—an unprecedented, multilayered, artistic partnership with Paul D. Miller, a.k.a., DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid. DJ Spooky is a multimedia artist who works as a composer, writer, and DJ creating music and art across a huge expanse of styles.
As part of The Met Reframed, DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid (www.djspooky.com), engages Museum visitors through performances, panel discussions, conversations, workshops, and gallery tours. Highlights include a newly commissioned work inspired by the upcoming exhibition Photography and the American Civil War, a gallery talk led by DJ Spooky in the Oceanic Galleries, and a participatory concert using DJ Spooky’s iPhone/iPad app.
DJ Spooky’s recorded output includes remixes of music ranging from Wu-Tang Clan, Metallica, and Bob Marley to classical/new music legends Steve Reich and the Kronos Quartet, and he has performed as a DJ at major festivals, including Bonnaroo and Power to the Peaceful. His work as a media artist has been featured at the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennial, and Miami/Art Basel; and his first collection of essays, Rhythm Science, was released by MIT Press in 2004, followed by Sound Unbound, an anthology of writings on electronic music and digital media (MIT Press, 2008).
http://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/artist-in-residence

THE MET REFRAMED: DJ SPOOKY IN RESIDENCE

The Metropolitan Museum of Art introduces a yearlong performing-artist residency—The Met Reframed—an unprecedented, multilayered, artistic partnership with Paul D. Miller, a.k.a., DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid. DJ Spooky is a multimedia artist who works as a composer, writer, and DJ creating music and art across a huge expanse of styles.

As part of The Met Reframed, DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid (www.djspooky.com), engages Museum visitors through performances, panel discussions, conversations, workshops, and gallery tours. Highlights include a newly commissioned work inspired by the upcoming exhibition Photography and the American Civil War, a gallery talk led by DJ Spooky in the Oceanic Galleries, and a participatory concert using DJ Spooky’s iPhone/iPad app.

DJ Spooky’s recorded output includes remixes of music ranging from Wu-Tang Clan, Metallica, and Bob Marley to classical/new music legends Steve Reich and the Kronos Quartet, and he has performed as a DJ at major festivals, including Bonnaroo and Power to the Peaceful. His work as a media artist has been featured at the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennial, and Miami/Art Basel; and his first collection of essays, Rhythm Science, was released by MIT Press in 2004, followed by Sound Unbound, an anthology of writings on electronic music and digital media (MIT Press, 2008).

http://www.metmuseum.org/events/programs/artist-in-residence

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