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Mark-David Hosale
, currently based: Toronto, Ontario
Affiliated institution: Computational Arts .:. Arts, Media, performance, and Design .:. York University
http://www.mdhosale.com, http://ndstudiolab.com/

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Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “Mark-David Hosale – artist profile”. https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/hosale.html. (retrieved 2019-19-12). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = {Mark-David Hosale artist profile}, url = {https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/hosale.html}, urldate = {retrieved 2019-19-12}
About
Mark-David Hosale is a computational artist and composer. He is an Associate Professor in Computational Arts in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance, and Design, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has given lectures and taught internationally at institutions in Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Canada, and the United States. His solo and collaborative work has been exhibited internationally at such venues as the SIGGRAPH Art Gallery (2005), International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2006), BlikOpener Festival, Delft, The Netherlands (2010), the Dutch Electronic Art Festival (DEAF2012), Biennale of Sidney (2012), Toronto’s Nuit Blanche (2012), Art Souterrain, Montréal (2013), and a Collateral event at the Venice Biennale (2015), Currents New Media (2017), among others. He is co-editor of the anthology, Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture (Riverside Press, 2018).

Mark-David’s work explores the boundaries between the virtual and the physical world. His practice is varied, spanning from performance (music and theatre) to public and gallery-based art. His interdisciplinary practice is often built on collaborations with architects, scientists, and other artists. Prominent ongoing collaborations exist with the IceCube South Pole Neutrino Observatory with Rob Allison and Jim Madsen; and in Performance, Art and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems (PACIS), with Erika Batdorf, Kate Digby, and Alan Macy.

He is the founder of the nD::StudioLab, an adaptable space for research-creation based theoretical discourse, methodological development, and the production of works in the areas of ArtScience, Computational Art, and Interactive Architecture. His research work emphasizes methodological development in the integration of hardware, software and digital fabrication with the goal of creating eversive works that blur the divide between the virtual and the real. He is also invested in a parallel theoretical practice that has been focused on a concept called worldmaking. Works that focus on worldmaking challenge the World and how it could be through a kind of future-making, and/or other worldmaking, by creating alternate realties as artworks that are simultaneously ontological propositions.

The connecting tissue in his work lies in an interest in knowing. How do we come to know something? How do we know we know? And, how do we express what we know to each other? Through immersive art we are able to create new experiences that saturate perception, expressing concepts that are beyond language and only genuinely knowable through the senses.
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Exhibitions & Performances

Search for Simurgh, K. Digby in collaboration with E. Batdorf, inspired by the work of R. Movafegh, created collectively by the Simurgh Project Ensemble, A. Dehbonehie, M.D. Hosale, J. Howman, A. Macy, P. Sabet. Workshop Performance, Toronto Media Arts Centre, July 31st – August 2nd 2019.

Hosale, Mark-David, James Madsen Messages from the Horizon. Interactive installation. Union Gallery, Madison Wisconsin, June, 14th – August 2nd 2019.

The Red Horse Is Leaving written and performed by E. Batdorf, directed by K. Digby, with work by M.D. Hosale, O. Khan, A. Macy and J. Rigzin Tute.
Rendezvous With Madness Festival, Toronto, October 2018.
Out of Towners Performance Series, E.G. Dance, October 2018.
Soaking WET, West End Theatre, New York, NY May 16-18, 2019.
The Macy Theater in Santa Barbara, California on May 25, 2019.

Hosale, Mark-David, homunculus.nimbus. Interactive installation and pavilion.
Camp Wavelength Music Festival, Fort York, Toronto, April 17th-19th.
Winter Lights Festival, Ontario Place, Toronto, November 2018 – March 2019

ICECUBE LED Display [ILDm^3] (2018, ongoing), large installation for Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center
Mark-David Hosale and James Madsen, with Rob Allison
Colour: what do you mean by that?, Propeller Gallery, Toronto, March 7 - 25, 2018
Cultural Collisions: Science Engagement Through the Arts, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. April 9th – 15th 2018

Burnish (2015-2017), An interactive performance installation
conceived, written and performed by E. Batdorf, installation design M.D. Hosale, with work by S. Bartos and I. Dewi

56th Venice Biennale 2015 with 9dragonheads in the official collatoral event Jump Into the Unknown
Toronto's Theatre Center in May 15-20th, 2015.
Summerworks Festival. Theatre Centre, Toronto, August 4-9, 2016
Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology (SBCAST). Santa Barbara, California, December 9-16, 2016
Currents New Media Festival. Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 9-12, 2017

IceCube Display, large installation for Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center
Madsen, James and Mark-David Hosale, with Rob Allison, Surujhdeo Seunarine, David Schultz, Nicholas Jensen and Nicholas Kulacz,

World Science Festival, New York, New York: August 2016
UWRF Upward Bound, River-Falls, Wisconsin: Spring 2016
UWRF Undergraduate Research Scholarly and Creative Activity Day, River-Falls, Wisconsin: Spring 2015, 2016
Wisconsin Science Festival, Madison, Wisconsin: Fall 2014, 2015, 2016
Madison Science Expedition, Madison, Wisconsin: Spring 2014, 2015
IceCube Collaboration meeting Madison, Madison, Wisconsin: April 28-May 2, 2015

Homunculus Agora (h.a) (2014) Interactive Art Installation
Farm To Table Exhibition, Markham Museum, Markham, Ontario. Canada. January 31st – August 17th, 2014

Homunculus Alpha (2013)
RENEW Digital Arts Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 27th- November 3rd 2013.

Homunculus Agora (2013)
Land|Slide Possible Futures, Markham Museum, Markham, Ontario September 21st- October 14th 2013.

Quasar 3 [danger du zero] (2013)
Crettaz, Jean Michel and Mark-David Hosale, Art Souterrain 2013, Montréal. Canada
Zone 5: Centre de commerce mondial de Montréal, March 2nd – 17th, 2013

Quasar 2.0: Star Incubator (2012)
Crettaz, Jean Michel and Mark-David Hosale with Duly Lee, Michaela Neus, F. Myles Sciotto, and Marco Verde, Nuitblanche 2012, Toronto, End of the World exhibition, Zone Monumental, Nathan Phillips Square, Curators: Janine Marchessault and Michael Prokopow, September 29th, 2012

Sybil (2012) Interactive Art Installation
Beesley, Philip, with Rob Gorbet, Mark-David Hosale, Rachel Armstrong, Alain Baril, Philippe Baylaucq, 18th Biennale of Sydney, Australia. June - September 2012

Evening of.. Philip Beesley / protoCell Field (2012) Performance work
Beesley, Philip, Mark-David Hosale, Alan Macy. Dutch Electronic Arts Festival, May 2012

An Uncommon Affair At Tooting Bec Common (2007-2010) Interactive Art Installation

Special Screening: TransLab, Media Art and Technology and the Department of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara. November 9th, 2007, Santa Barbara, California

International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology 2009, Athens, Greece (ACE 2009), October 2009.

SPARK Festival of Electronic Music and Arts (2010), Regis Center for Art, The University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 28 - October 3, 2010

GA2010, XIII Generative Art Conference, Milan, Italy, December 15th-17th 2010

Integration.02(2010)Dance Performance
Dieter Vandoren, Mark-David Hosale (composers), Janne Eraker (choereographer), Nadine Lock and Roseliek van de Velden (dancers); for the BlikOpener Festival, June 2010, Delft, The Netherlands

InteractiveWall: Prototype For An Emotive Wall (2009) Interactive Installation
Kas Oosterhuis, ONL, Hyperbody, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology;
Mark-David Hosale, Chris Kievid, Veronika Laszlo, Remko Siemerink, Hyperbody, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology

Comissioned by FESTO for the Hannover Messe, 20 - 24 April 2009; video on YouTube

Chanting Water(2008) Interactive Art Installation
J.P. Hébert, M.D. Hosale

Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, August 24th – November 9th, 2008, Santa Barbara, California

Solway Jones Gallery, April 25th – June 13th, 2009, Los Angeles, California

Ulysses (2008) Interactive Art Installation
J.P. Hébert, M.D. Hosale

Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, August 24th – November 9th, 2009, Santa Barbara, California
reviewed: Santa Barbara Independent

Quasar (2008) Interactive Art Installation, J.M. Crettaz, A. Bocanegra, M.D. Hosale, D. Lee

Southern California Institute of Architecture, Art Gallery
January 25th – March 9th, 2008, Los Angeles, California.

Assail the Neoteric Discourse (2006) Electronic Tape

Traces/Trazos, Media Art and Technology and the Department of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara. October 5th, 2006, Santa Barbara, California

Bit, Signal, Fabric (2005) Interactive Art Installation/Virtual world
M.D. Hosale, B. Ritter, W. Smith, J. Thompson, and G. Wakefield

Music and Moving Image Conference, art exhibition. Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music at the University of California, January 2006, Santa Barbara, California.

Sound Putty (2005) Interactive Installation
S. DiVerdi, M. D. Hosale

Music and Moving Image Conference, art exhibition. Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music at the University of California, January 2006, Santa Barbara, California.

Rosemary’s Song (Between Two Worlds) (2004) Soprano, Flute, Clarinet In Bb, Eb Alto Saxophone, Horn In F, Trumpet In Bb, Drum Kit, 2 Percussion, Piano, 2 Violins, Electric Bass

Ensemble of Contemporary Music, Department of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara, February 24th, 2004, Santa Barbara, California.

DEFENDEX-ESPGX (2004-2006) Interactive Art Installation
M.D. Hosale, J. Thompson

SIGGRAPH 2005, the 32nd International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, art exhibition. August 2005, Los Angeles, California.

Weisman Art Gallery at the Unversity of Minnesota, 2006 Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Art, art exhibition. February 2006 Minneapolis, Minnesota.

ACM SIGCHI International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology. Art Exhibition. June 2006, Hollywood, California.

Transvergence Exhibition, ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge & the Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA2006), art exhibition. August 2006, San Jose, California.

ACM Multimedia Interactive Arts Program, art exhibition. October 2006, Santa Barbara, California.

Morning Song (2001, rev. 2002) Soprano, 2 Marimbas, Piano And Vibraphone

Ensemble of Contemporary Music, Department of Music, University of California,
Santa Barbara, March 11, 2003, Santa Barbara, California.

Only This (2001) Live electronic processed voice and video.

Interactronic, experimental electronic music performance, The Canopy,
April 11th, 2001, Urbana, Illinois.

California Computer Music Exchange Concert, California Institute for the Arts,
April 7th, 2002, Valencia, California.

CoreDump, electronic media concert, JoJo’s Café, December 14th, 2002, Santa Barbara, California.

microMotet: There Is Only Emptiness In The Eyes Of A Lonely God/Alle Menschen Müssen Sterben (1999) Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Flute, Bass Clarinet, Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Cello

New Music Of The Early 21st century" festival, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, March 2000, Urbana, Illinois.

2think of Time (1999) Electronic Tape

Center for Research in Electronic Art and TEchnoloy (CREATE), Department of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 20, 1999, Santa Barbara, California.

Clouds (1998) Organ, 2 Trumpets, Horn, 2 Trombones, Baritone, Tuba, Percussion

Ensemble of Contemporary Music, Department of Music, University of California, Santa Barbara,
March 2, 1999, Santa Barbara, California.

Overture to Infinity (1998) Electronic Tape, Dance

Visions: a dance concert, Hatlen Theater, University of California, Santa Barbara,
December 3-5, 1998, Santa Barbara, California

After-Life on the Bardo Plane of Existence (1997) Electronic Tape, Video, 9 Dancers

College of Creative Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara,
May 31, 1997, Santa Barbara, California
Publications

M.D. Hosale, E. Batdorf, K. Digby, A. Macy. 2019. SIG Proceedings Paper in word Format. Research Report: Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems (PACIS) In Proceedings of Movement and Computing conference, Tempe, Arizona October 2019 (MOCO 2019), 8 pages.

Mark-David Hosale, Sana Murrani, and Albertode Campo, ed. Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture. Editied volume. Riverside Architectural Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2018. eBook available 2019.

"Art-science in the Development of IceCube Volumetric LED Displays" for poster presentation at the POLAR2018 Open Science Conference. POLAR2018 Open Science Conference OSC, 19 – 23 June 2018

Hosale, M.D., E. Batdorf, K. Digby, A. Macy, “Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems” in Living Architecture Systems Symposium White Papers November 2016, Philip Beesley and Ala Roushan, editors. Riverside Architectural Press, Waterloo, Canada, November 2016: 179-188. ISBN978-1-988366-06-7

Hosale, M.D. homunuculus.agora (h.a), an architectonic art installation. In: Proceedings Of ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art; August 2015; Vancouver, Canada

Panel discussion: D. Sinclair, J. Berzowska, M. Hatala, M.D. Hosale. Computational media technology programs in Canada. In: Proceedings Of ISEA2015: The 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art; August 2015; Vancouver, Canada

Panel discussion: ArtScience: exploring new worlds, realizing the imagined, In collaboration with the Cluster of Excellence “Universe”
Prof. Elisa Resconi, TU München, Physics Department,
Prof. Mark-David Hosale, York University, Faculty of Fine Arts Prof. James Madsen, Wisconsin ICECUBE Particle Astrophysics Center, UWRF (USA). Uhr Center of New Technologies, Munich, Germany, 9th of October 9, 2013

Panel discussion: The Volatility and Stability of WorldMaking as Techné, Inter Society of Electronic Arts (ISEA2011) conference in Istanbul, September 14th-21st 2011.
Panelists: Roy Ascott, Jerome Decock, and Marcos Novak. Co-chairs: Mark-David Hosale, Sana Murrani and Alberto de Campo.

Hosale, Mark-David, Jelle Feringa, Marco Verde, “Design and Fabrication at Hyperbody”, In Fabricate 2011, April 15-16, London, UK; ISBN: 978-1-926724-09-6

Hosale, Mark-David, “An Uncommon Affair At Tooting Bec Common” In: GA2010 Proceedings, XIII Generative Art Conference, Milan, Italy, December 15th-17th 2010; ISBN:978-88-96610-06-0

Hosale, Mark-David, and Chris Kievid, "Modulating Territories, Penetrating Boundaries” In: Footprint #6, Delft School of Design Journal, Henriette Bier and Terry Knight ed., Stichting Footprint, TU Delft, The Netherlands; Spring 2010, pp. 55- 67
ISSN: 1875-1504

Hosale, Mark-David, and Chris Kievid, "An InteractiveWall as a Prototype for an Emotive Architectural Component" In: IA#3 (Interactive Architecture), Kas Oosterhuis, Owen Slootweg, and Xin Xia ed., Jap Sam Books, The Netherlands; March 2010, pp. 70 -83
ISBN: 978-94-90322-08-3

Hosale, M.D., “An Uncommon Affair at Tooting Bec Common” SESSION: Creative showcase. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Computer Enterntainment Technology; October 2009 Athens, Greece; pp. 456-456
ISBN: 978-1-60558-864-3

Hosale, Mark-David. 2008. “Nonlinear Media As Interactive Narrative” Santa Barbara: University of California, Santa Barbara. (Ph.D. Dissertation)

Hosale, M.D., J. Thompson. DEFENDEX-ESPGX. In: Proceedings Of The 14th Annual ACM International Conference On Multimedia; October 2006 pp 1033-1034; Santa Barbara, California
ISBN:1-59593-447-2

Hosale, M.D., J. Thompson. DEFENDEX-ESPGX, artist's statement. In: International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, ACM SIGGRAPH 2005 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog; August 2005 pp. 82-83; Los Angeles, California
ISBN ~ ISSN:1098-6154 , 1-59593-101-5

Hosale, M.D., J. Thompson. DEFENDEX-ESPGX. In: International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, ACM SIGGRAPH 2004: Posters; August 2004 p. 12; Los Angeles, California
ISBN:1-58113-896-2

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News
19.12.2019

Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture eBook is live!!

I am pleased to announce that the eBook version of Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture is live and available on multiple platforms including GoogleBooks, Amazon,Apple Books, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo with about 10+ more distributors! For further details about the book please visit: worldmakingastechne.net

Exhibitions & Conferences
Publications & References
Hosale, Mark-David and Erika Batdorf and Kate Digby and Alan Macy. »Research Report: Performance, Art, and Cyber-Interoceptive Systems (PACIS).« Proceedings of Movement and Computing conference, Tempe, Arizona (MOCO 2019) (October 2019): 8.
Hosale, Mark-David and Sana Murrani and Alberto de Campo, ed. Worldmaking as Techné: Participatory Art, Music, and Architecture. Toronto: Riverside Architectural Press, 2018.
Hosale, Mark-David and Chris Kievid. »Modulating Territories, Penetrating Boundaries.« Footprint 6, no. 55- 67 (Spring 2010): 12.
Hosale, Mark-David. »Nonlinear Media As Interactive Narrative.« Phd Thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, June 2008.