H3O is an event series and platform of research created by the Drift that transforms select sites along bodies of water into immersive experiences in sound, expanded cinema, and new media installation. In this series, the Drift selects artists, musicians, and technologists to develop audiovisual experiences that explore fluidity as an aesthetic, conceptual, and contextual body of inquiry.
H3O is supported in part by funding from the Carnegie Mellon University Frank-Ratchye Fund For Art @ the Frontier, the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, and the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts. Technical equipment and expertise provided courtesy of the Center for Urban Intervention Research, the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and Iontank.
Check out the posts for each edition below: