College of Arts and Humanities - Fred and Dinah Gretsch School of Music
1 hour 29 minutes 35 seconds
Holland Hopson speaks about his creative philosophy and his views on arts entrepreneurship.
Holland Hopson is a sound and media artist, composer and improviser. A multi- instrumentalist, he usually performs on clawhammer banjo and electronics. Holland often augments his instruments with custom-designed sensor interfaces and performs with his own highly responsive, interactive computer programs. Holland has performed in Australia, Europe and North America along with notable experimental and outsider musicians such as Macarthur Genius Award winners Anthony Braxton and George Lewis, live electronics pioneer David Behrman, sonic meditator Pauline Oliveros, mutant- trumpeter Ben Neill, network music trailblazer Tim Perkis, free-improv innovators LaDonna Smith and Davey Williams, and others. Holland has held residencies at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida; at LEMURPlex, Brooklyn; and Harvestworks Digital Media Arts, New York. Holland is Assistant Professor of Arts Entrepreneurship in New College at the University of Alabama and a Fellow of the Collaborative Arts Research Initiative (CARI).
Department of Music
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Georgia Southern University, "Guest Presenter - Holland Hopson" (2021). University Videos. 1820.