Andrew Lucia Portraits





3.19.2015 :: Paper presentation. Lucia, Andrew. “Sympathy & Surface; in depth & difference” Proceedings of the 103rd ACSA Conference, Toronto, CA, 2015. 


VELOCITY MEADOWS, Five Dream Episodes for solo oboe, chamber winds, electronics, & video. Composition by Christopher Stark with visuals by Andrew Lucia, 2015.

Confirmed Dates with more to follow:

3.3.2015 (World Premier)
University of Montana Symphonic Wind Ensemble, James Smart, conductor
Jennifer Gookin Cavanaugh, oboe
Music Recital Hall, University of Montana, Missoula, MT

Central Washington University Wind Ensemble, Larry Gookin, conductor
Jennifer Gookin Cavanaugh, guest soloist, oboe
McIntyre Music Building Concert Hall, Ellensburg, WA

Cornell University Wind Ensemble, James Spinazzola, conductor
Emily DiAngelo, oboe
Bailey Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY


6.2014 :: Klein, K. see music, hear architecture: a fruitful collaboration Ezra, Ithaca, NY, VOL. VI NO. 4, SUMMER.

:: Rethinking Xenakis and the Role of Information in the Immediate Production of Architectural Affects from the MIA-AIM (Music in Architecture-Architecture in Music) Symposium, University of Texas, Austin. Published in CENTER 18.

5.6.2014 :: i don't recall [amarcord.2], a multimedia collaboration between Taylan Cihan & Andrew Lucia, released on a DVD, Pixel Hexing, from Bicephalic Records.

4.14.14 :: "Prototyping Interactive Nonlinear Nano-to-Micro Scaled Material Properties and Effects at the Human Scale" wins best paper award at SimAUD2014, Tampa, FL.

4.4.14 :: Art by Algorithm: Portraits at the John Hartell Gallery in the Cornell Daily Sun.

1.21.14 - 2.21.14 :: Portraits, an exhibition, opens. Hartell Gallery, Cornell University AAP, Ithaca, NY. This exhibition is set to sound by Taylan Cihan. Closing reception 2.21.14. Official gallery webstie.

11.18.13:: KaTi Dental Office opens.

10.4 & 10.11-10.12.2013 :: World Premiere; BIENNALE. October 4th, 11th, & 12th, 2013.
The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia. Tickets & more information: The Barnes Foundation, 215-278-7200

4.11-12.2013 :: Card I competes in the Georgia Tech 2013 Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition taking place in Atlanta. Jury panel to include Laurie Anderson, David Wessel, and Richard Devine.

9.11.2012 :: Full length video of i don't recall [amarcord.2] available to view in HD.

6.4.2012 :: Full length video of An available to view in HD.

5.4.2012 :: Full length video of Traces on the Farther Side available to view in HD.

5.6.2012 :: Cornell Symphony Orchestra to perform An (world premiere) by Taylan Cihan with visual production by Andrew Lucia. CSO Information here. See facebook link.

Cornell Symphony Orchestra Concert on Sunday, May 6 at 3PM in Bailey hall.


Taylan Cihan: An (world premiere)
New work for amplified accordion, orchestra and electronics
Annie Lewandowski, Accordion
Andrew Lucia, Live visuals

Sergei Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5 in Bb major, Op. 100

2.18.2012 :: i don't recall [amarcord.1], "a multimedia collaboration between Taylan Cihan and AAP visiting faculty Andrew Lucia exploring live visuals and sound." This performance is presented by the Cornell Department of Music as part of the Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players [CCCP] event series (program). More Information here.

10.22.2011 :: Traces on the Farther Side premiers at Picture Ray Studio, NYC.

:: Paper presentation: Rethinking Xenakis and the Role of Information in the Immediate Production of Architectural Affects at the MIA-AIM (Music in Architecture-Architecture in Music) Symposium, University of Texas, Austin.

7.12-15.2011 :: Paper presentation: Memory, Difference, and Information: Generative Architectures Latent to Material & Perceptual Plasticity at the 2011 Information Visualization Conference, London.

4.10.2011 :: Biennale receives grant support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

11.29.2010 :: MEANDER: Variegating Architecture launches at UPenn at 6:30.
This new book by Ferda Kolatan & Jenny Sabin features recent teaching and research work conducted at the graduate programs of PennDesign and Pratt Institute. Texts by Cecil Balmond, William MacDonald, Detlef Mertins, and Rhett Russo.

2.19.2010 :: Branching Morphogenesis wins first place for Illustration category and featured on cover of Science Magazine.