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Thursday, April 28
 

10:00am

life turning
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Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Thursday April 28, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

6:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →




 
Friday, April 29
 

10:00am

turning life
Experts
AR

Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Friday April 29, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

11:00am

Glaciers
Postmasters Gallery presents Glaciers, the first solo exhibition by the American artist Zach Gage, developed from his series of human-query works (2009-16). 

Zach Gage (b.1985) is a conceptual artist, game designer, programmer, and educator from New York City. His work often explores the powerful intersection of systems and social dynamics, through both interrogating existing systems in digital spaces, and framing entirely new systems through games. 

Zach Gage's Glaciers (2015-16), a series of digital poems-as-wall-clocks grew out of his explorations in slow generative art and his longterm obsession with trying to make large-scale data systems more accessible by focusing not on their broad statistical natures, but instead on finding their humanity with narrowly tailored queries. 

Each Glacier is a unique poem generated via the top three autocompleted results for a specific search query on Google, presented on an e-ink screen. While they appear static on the wall, each actually refreshes itself once a day. While this construction process means that the poems may change, because of the immense amount of dataflow constructing the most popular autocompletes, it's likely that they will not be altered for years or even decades. Still, one day you'll wake up, the poem will be different, the long moment passed. 

The show will also feature two of his earlier human-query works, his pioneering twitter bot Best Day Ever (2009) and his twitter-based fortune teller #fortune (2014-15). 

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ZG

Zach Gage

Zach Gage is an Eyebeam Alumni, Apple Design and Game of The Year Award Winner, and BAFTA Nominee. He has exhibited internationally at venues such as the Venice Biennale, the New York MoMA, The Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, XOXO Festival in Portland, FutureEverything... Read More →

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Postmasters

Postmasters Gallery opened in East Village in December 1984, moved to Soho in 1989 and in September 1998 the gallery relocated again to Chelsea. In October 2013 Postmasters opened its new spectacular 4,500 square-foot ground-floor space on 54 Franklin Street in Tribeca, complete with... Read More →



Friday April 29, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
Postmasters Gallery 54 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox at REVERSE
Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox is a new media art exhibition curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis, accessible via a wireless network from hacked wifi routers, which are not connected to the Internet. Each router has a private network which the visitor must connect to on their own devices, cell phones or ipads, in order to view the exhibition. The show explores the concept of privacy versus self­-exposure, through a platform that allows distribution and creates content in a more independent and anonymous way. In the era of algorithm prediction, all our online actions have a digital trace, used by companies and governments to predict our behaviors. The internet's purpose in the media is to collect and quantify each action for surveillance. The exhibition wants to propose answers about dichotomous situations between private and public. The exhibition is a decentralized network to show and distribute new media art, a virtual island on the web composed for a platform of 5 private networks. Daily ordinary online social practices, could look like harmless actions through a naive eye, but contain the potential for unexpected consequences, when they are traced and connected by algorithmic surveillance systems. In less than 5 years facial recognition algorithms will be ubiquitous. Recently Facebook added facial recognition technology to their platform to allow themselves to be more deeply integrated into our smartphones. These new developments will allow easy reconstruction of any random encounter we have on the street that has been captured by a camera. Given this insertion into our social communication practices on the Social Web and hence increasing disclosure of personal information online, the 'privacy paradox' suggests that despite Internet users' concerns about privacy, their behaviors do not reflect those concerns. Artists: La Turbo Avedon Carla Gannis Heather Dewey Hagborg Jennifer Lyn Morone Annie Rose Malamet

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REVERSE

Director of Programming, REVERSE
REVERSE is a non profit, multidisciplinary art space with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science... Read More →



Friday April 29, 2016 1:00pm - 7:00pm
REVERSE 516 W 25th St. Suite 306, New York, NY 10001

6:00pm

If This, Then What? ODETTA Opening Reception
Experts
avatar for Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Bennett

Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
avatar for Matt Frieburghaus

Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
avatar for Pat Lay

Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
avatar for Will Pappenheimer

Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
avatar for Joan Raspo

Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kay Thoen

Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Friday April 29, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free
 
Saturday, April 30
 

10:00am

turning life
Experts
AR

Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Saturday April 30, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Exhibition: The Dolls House

TRANSFER IS PLEASED TO PRESENT ‘THE DOLLS HOUSE’ THE GALLERY’S FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION WITH CLAUDIA HART INCLUDING A SPECIAL SOUND TRACK BY KURT HENTSCHAGER.

GALLERY HOURS: Saturdays 12-6PM and by Appointment 

‘The Dolls House’ is a new series of video, drawing and sculptural work from Claudia Hart, inspired by her media ballet ‘The Dolls’ which is based in the philosophical idea of the “eternal return” – the notion that history endlessly renews itself through a process of decadence, decay and rebirth. To embody this, Hart has molded mathematical cycles into visual form, creating rhythmic, animations of pulsing patterns which are physically mesmerizing and intentionally hypnotic as a result of their algorithmic qualities.

Hart imagines an abstract computer warehouse filled with old dollhouses culled from the junk heap of some future history. She scoured Google’s 3D Warehouse – available as shareware for all users of Internet – for architectural monuments from a decadent history, past empires from all over the world. These include The Arch of Labna (a Mesoamerican archaeological site and ceremonial center of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization), the Roman Forum-of-Ceasar, Marie-Antoinette’s Le Petit Trianon (the small chateau on the grounds of Louis XIV’s Versaille, where she dressed as a milkmaid with her ladies-in-waiting), a Queen Anne House from Victorian England; the Dragomir Mansion from Bucharest; and the Paulwall House – still standing in our own ruined Detroit.

Like her doll houses, Hart’s 3D modelled tutus are also drawn from the scion of a fallen empire: the gowns of Margaret Theresa of Spain, among the last of the Spanish Habsburgs. This child princess was the central figure in the famous painting Las Meninas, a canonical masterpiece by the great 17th-century court painter, Diego Velazquez, and the subject of many of his paintings. Hart’s Velazquez princess dresses are modeled by computer and produced as mixed-media works on paper with projection mapping, and 3D printed sculpture for the exhibition.

Hart’s brightly colored, algorithmic flickering patterns are the ultimate component of her contemplation on the passage of time and the death of kings. The animated patterns are based on the symbols of further collapsed empires – from the Faberge eggs of The House of Romanov to the banners and heraldry of Gengis Kahn and the Mongol Empire. Distributed among these are the current logos and graphical icons of our own multinationals corporations. The end result is in some ways like a stroll through Times Square or a glitzy night in Vegas. But it is also paradoxically and strangely quite trance inducing and meditative, a vehicle for some kind of enlightenment.

A full inventory of work from ’The Dolls House’ is available from the gallery. Please inquire with the director@transfergallery.com to request information.

ABOUT THE ARTIST :::
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such as Rapid Prototyping, CNC routing and augmented-reality custom apps. Her works deal with issues of representation, the role of the computer in shifting contemporary values about identity and the real, and specifically questions ideas about what might be considered “natural.” Her project is to feminize the masculinist culture of technology by interjecting emotional subjectivity into what is typically the overly-determined Cartesian world of digital design.

Kurt Hentschalger, who created the music for “The Dolls,” is an audio visual artist whose work has been shown internationally since the the late 80s. For further information: www.kurthentschlager.com


Experts
avatar for Claudia Hart

Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
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Kelani Nichole

Owner, TRANSFER
TRANSFER is an exhibition space that explores the friction between networked studio practice and its physical instantiation. I own the gallery and direct our programming and monthly exhibitions, supporting a community of artists working with emerging computer-based practice... Read More →

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TRANSFER

TRANSFER
Today artists live, work and exhibit on the Internet. They reach a networked global community, often embedding artworks in the everchanging context of streaming images, open data sources, and instant feedback mechanisms that constitute online public space. Their resulting body of... Read More →



Saturday April 30, 2016 12:00pm - 6:00pm
TRANSFER 1030 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

ODETTA Gallery Hours
Experts
avatar for Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Bennett

Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
avatar for Matt Frieburghaus

Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
avatar for Pat Lay

Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
avatar for Will Pappenheimer

Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
avatar for Joan Raspo

Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kay Thoen

Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Saturday April 30, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free
 
Sunday, May 1
 

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

ODETTA Gallery Hours
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Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
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Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
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Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
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Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
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Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
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Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
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Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
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Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Sunday May 1, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free

3:00pm

"If This, Then What?" artist talk at ODETTA
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avatar for Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Bennett

Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
avatar for Matt Frieburghaus

Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
avatar for Pat Lay

Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
avatar for Will Pappenheimer

Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
avatar for Joan Raspo

Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kay Thoen

Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Sunday May 1, 2016 3:00pm - 5:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free

6:00pm

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show Reception
Please join us for the official opening of an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.
Reception Hours: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

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PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

7:00pm

Performing Systems: Jonas Bers

RSVP for Invitation, limited capacity.

Sign up at http://movingpictures.gallery

Livestream available via http://movingpictures.gallery

Moving Pictures Gallery is pleased to announce our second Performing Systems. A single channel audiovisual performance by Jonas Bers will be recorded and streamed before a live audience. Excerpts from the projections will then be exhibited as unique, single edition artworks. The performance and exhibition are presented as a Bronx, NY satellite for Creative Tech Week, NYC.

Performing Systems is a conceptual experiment in which artists improvise within the Moving Pictures Gallery platform to measure cultural value in a post-blockchain era.  

Bers’ video and sound feed will be recorded, then excerpted; these singular media artworks will be archived when they are uploaded to a secure, permanent storage system and assigned a unique code - the “hash”.  

The editioned works will be exhibited, and available for purchase for the duration of Creative Tech Week.   

Moving Pictures Gallery is working with Artlery and Ascribe.io to enable the one-to-one valuation of digital media artworks as single edition art objects. Together we are mapping digital media art to cryptocurrency, investigating how they substantiate one another.


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Benton C Bainbridge

Co-founder, Moving Pictures Gallery
BENTON C BAINBRIDGE is a Bronx artist who creates immersive environments, interactive installations and time-based works with custom A/V systems. | | }He is best known for visual performances, solo and in diverse collaborations. Bainbridge VJ’d for 2 Beastie Boys world tours... Read More →
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Jonas Bers

AUDIOVISUAL ARTIST, IS AN
Based in the Hudson Valley, Jonas Bers works with video and sound in the noise and DIY aesthetic; using improvised electronic and electroacoustic instruments, video installation and projection, feedback loops, circuit bending, glitch, drone, recursive images, and video as a sonic... Read More →

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Eric Barry Drasin

Co-Founder, Moving Pictures Gallery
Eric Barry Drasin is a Brooklyn-based artist, musician and curator working at the intersection of digital media, performance and installation. His work explores the relationship between composition, interface, performance, score, and synesthetic audiovisual systems. He is the founder... Read More →



Sunday May 1, 2016 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Moving Pictures Gallery
 
Monday, May 2
 

11:00am

The Wayfinding Lab
The Wayfinding Project is initiated by John Kuo Wei Tchen and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and launches with an exhibition by artist Beatrice Glow with AR/VR features creating a space to promote curiosity, research, and decolonize New York's history.  From March-December 2016, the exhibition doubles as a lab hosting collaborative research to explore the many facets of Indigenous life along the Lenape Trail (present-day Broadway) before and after Henry Hudson's "discovery" in 1609. The lab usestechnologies—time-tested and cutting edge—to reconstruct one block of Broadway with geo-data in augmented/virtual reality to simultaneously overlay the pasts and futures of Mannahatta/Manhattan. The installation will evolve over the course of its nine-month run, incorporating work by Lenape and Pacific scholars, experts, and culture bearers and Algonquian language scholars, digital cartographers, and communities, who will piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossession, dislocation, and diasporas. Their combined findings will inform the creation of additional augmented/virtual reality experiences that will contribute to the envisioning and shaping of an Indigenous futurism.

Please see www.apa.nyu.edu to plan your visit.

Artist Beatrice Glow will be at the gallery to share Augmented and Virtual Reality Demonstration Sessions Monday, May 2nd & Friday, May 6th 2-5PM.

 

 

Experts
BG

Beatrice Glow

Beatrice@floatinglibrary.org
BEATRICE GLOW is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice comprises sculptural installations, trilingual publishing, participatory and lecture performances, and augmented/virtual reality immersive experiences. Her research mines the relationship between Asia and the... Read More →

Partners
AI

A/P/A Institute at NYU

Established in 1996, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU provides a space in which research and public programs, with a focus on community and intercultural studies, are made accessible to faculty, students, and the New York community within a broad, rigorous international... Read More →



12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



 
Tuesday, May 3
 

11:00am

The Wayfinding Lab
The Wayfinding Project is initiated by John Kuo Wei Tchen and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and launches with an exhibition by artist Beatrice Glow with AR/VR features creating a space to promote curiosity, research, and decolonize New York's history.  From March-December 2016, the exhibition doubles as a lab hosting collaborative research to explore the many facets of Indigenous life along the Lenape Trail (present-day Broadway) before and after Henry Hudson's "discovery" in 1609. The lab usestechnologies—time-tested and cutting edge—to reconstruct one block of Broadway with geo-data in augmented/virtual reality to simultaneously overlay the pasts and futures of Mannahatta/Manhattan. The installation will evolve over the course of its nine-month run, incorporating work by Lenape and Pacific scholars, experts, and culture bearers and Algonquian language scholars, digital cartographers, and communities, who will piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossession, dislocation, and diasporas. Their combined findings will inform the creation of additional augmented/virtual reality experiences that will contribute to the envisioning and shaping of an Indigenous futurism.

Please see www.apa.nyu.edu to plan your visit.

Artist Beatrice Glow will be at the gallery to share Augmented and Virtual Reality Demonstration Sessions Monday, May 2nd & Friday, May 6th 2-5PM.

 

Experts
BG

Beatrice Glow

Beatrice@floatinglibrary.org
BEATRICE GLOW is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice comprises sculptural installations, trilingual publishing, participatory and lecture performances, and augmented/virtual reality immersive experiences. Her research mines the relationship between Asia and the... Read More →

Partners
AI

A/P/A Institute at NYU

Established in 1996, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU provides a space in which research and public programs, with a focus on community and intercultural studies, are made accessible to faculty, students, and the New York community within a broad, rigorous international... Read More →



Tuesday May 3, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
A/P/A Institute at NYU 8 Washington Mews, New York, NY 10003

11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox at REVERSE
Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox is a new media art exhibition curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis, accessible via a wireless network from hacked wifi routers, which are not connected to the Internet. Each router has a private network which the visitor must connect to on their own devices, cell phones or ipads, in order to view the exhibition. The show explores the concept of privacy versus self­-exposure, through a platform that allows distribution and creates content in a more independent and anonymous way. In the era of algorithm prediction, all our online actions have a digital trace, used by companies and governments to predict our behaviors. The internet's purpose in the media is to collect and quantify each action for surveillance. The exhibition wants to propose answers about dichotomous situations between private and public. The exhibition is a decentralized network to show and distribute new media art, a virtual island on the web composed for a platform of 5 private networks. Daily ordinary online social practices, could look like harmless actions through a naive eye, but contain the potential for unexpected consequences, when they are traced and connected by algorithmic surveillance systems. In less than 5 years facial recognition algorithms will be ubiquitous. Recently Facebook added facial recognition technology to their platform to allow themselves to be more deeply integrated into our smartphones. These new developments will allow easy reconstruction of any random encounter we have on the street that has been captured by a camera. Given this insertion into our social communication practices on the Social Web and hence increasing disclosure of personal information online, the 'privacy paradox' suggests that despite Internet users' concerns about privacy, their behaviors do not reflect those concerns. Artists: La Turbo Avedon Carla Gannis Heather Dewey Hagborg Jennifer Lyn Morone Annie Rose Malamet

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REVERSE

Director of Programming, REVERSE
REVERSE is a non profit, multidisciplinary art space with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science... Read More →



Tuesday May 3, 2016 1:00pm - 7:00pm
REVERSE 516 W 25th St. Suite 306, New York, NY 10001

2:00pm

The Annual NYIT MFA Thesis Exhibition Gallery Hours
We invite you to celebrate the MFA Thesis projects in Graphic Design, Computer Animation and Art & Technology of the Graduating Class of 2016.

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avatar for Terry Nauheim

Terry Nauheim

Associate Professor/Chair, NYIT
Terry Nauheim is an audiovisual artist, associate professor, and Chair of NYIT’s Department of Digital Art & Design. As an artist, she explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Bronx Museum of the... Read More →


Tuesday May 3, 2016 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Gateway Art Center 4 West 43rd Street

6:00pm

SVA MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Presentation
The School of Visual Arts and the MFA Computer Art Department will host the MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Presentations. The event will be held on two evenings at the SVA Theatre and will include short talks and videos of graduating students’ work. The presenting artists made use of programming languages, digital fabrication methods, projection mapping, as well as traditional art production methods to realize their creations. Linear video works include single and multi-channel installations exploring both narrative and abstract expression through 3D animation, motion graphics and traditional animation.

SVA MFA Computer Art Thesis Presentations

6-10 PM Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4

SVA Theatre

333 West 23 St. between 8th and 9th Avenues

Free and open to the public

mfaca@sva.edu

www.mfaca.sva.edu

The order of the presentation will be listed on: mfaca.sva.edu.

Both events will be streaming live at: http://livestream.com/MFAComputerArt/Thesis2016

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avatar for Hsiang Chin Moe

Hsiang Chin Moe

Director of Operations, School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art

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School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art

MFA Computer Art
Established in 1986, the SVA MFA Computer Art Department was the first graduate program in the United States to focus on creating art with computers and other state-of-the-art technological advancements. Our network of over 1,000 alumni continue our tradition of excellence worldwide... Read More →



Tuesday May 3, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
SVA Theatre 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
 
Wednesday, May 4
 

10:00am

turning life
Experts
AR

Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Wednesday May 4, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

10:00am

turning life
Experts
AR

Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Wednesday May 4, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

11:00am

The Wayfinding Lab
The Wayfinding Project is initiated by John Kuo Wei Tchen and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and launches with an exhibition by artist Beatrice Glow with AR/VR features creating a space to promote curiosity, research, and decolonize New York's history.  From March-December 2016, the exhibition doubles as a lab hosting collaborative research to explore the many facets of Indigenous life along the Lenape Trail (present-day Broadway) before and after Henry Hudson's "discovery" in 1609. The lab usestechnologies—time-tested and cutting edge—to reconstruct one block of Broadway with geo-data in augmented/virtual reality to simultaneously overlay the pasts and futures of Mannahatta/Manhattan. The installation will evolve over the course of its nine-month run, incorporating work by Lenape and Pacific scholars, experts, and culture bearers and Algonquian language scholars, digital cartographers, and communities, who will piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossession, dislocation, and diasporas. Their combined findings will inform the creation of additional augmented/virtual reality experiences that will contribute to the envisioning and shaping of an Indigenous futurism.

Please see www.apa.nyu.edu to plan your visit.

Artist Beatrice Glow will be at the gallery to share Augmented and Virtual Reality Demonstration Sessions Monday, May 2nd & Friday, May 6th 2-5PM.

 

Experts
BG

Beatrice Glow

Beatrice@floatinglibrary.org
BEATRICE GLOW is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice comprises sculptural installations, trilingual publishing, participatory and lecture performances, and augmented/virtual reality immersive experiences. Her research mines the relationship between Asia and the... Read More →

Partners
AI

A/P/A Institute at NYU

Established in 1996, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU provides a space in which research and public programs, with a focus on community and intercultural studies, are made accessible to faculty, students, and the New York community within a broad, rigorous international... Read More →



Wednesday May 4, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
A/P/A Institute at NYU 8 Washington Mews, New York, NY 10003

11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
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Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



2:00pm

The Annual NYIT MFA Thesis Exhibition Gallery Hours
We invite you to celebrate the MFA Thesis projects in Graphic Design, Computer Animation and Art & Technology of the Graduating Class of 2016.

Partners
avatar for Terry Nauheim

Terry Nauheim

Associate Professor/Chair, NYIT
Terry Nauheim is an audiovisual artist, associate professor, and Chair of NYIT’s Department of Digital Art & Design. As an artist, she explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Bronx Museum of the... Read More →


Wednesday May 4, 2016 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Gateway Art Center 4 West 43rd Street

6:00pm

BronxArtSpace Synthetic Zero Opening Reception
The next Synthetic Zero show will be up for the Creative Technology Week from May 2 to May 8 at BronxArtSpace, and will include exciting and emerging net and video artists working on themes of the New Aesthetic, internet and selfie culture, augmented reality, surveillance culture, and feminism in technology. Artists include Julia Maria Sinelkova, Aaron Higgins, Laura Kim, Jürgen Trautwein, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Giselle Zatonyl, Ariel Jackson, Aaron Oldenburg, Channel TWo, Claudia Hart, Katie Williams, and Joanna Wrzaszczyk. Join us for the Opening Reception on May 4, 6-9pm.

Experts
avatar for Claudia Hart

Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
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Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Looking for work, Looking for work
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Channel TWo

Channel TWo [CH2}
Channel TWo [CH2] is the award-winning Chicago-based art and design duo Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Parris Westbrook. CH2 makes critical playware.
avatar for Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Web Manager, New York University

Partners


Wednesday May 4, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Bronx Art Space 305 E 140th St #1A Bronx, NY 10454
  • Registration Type Free

6:00pm

SVA MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Presentation
The School of Visual Arts and the MFA Computer Art Department will host the MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Presentations. The event will be held on two evenings at the SVA Theatre and will include short talks and videos of graduating students’ work. The presenting artists made use of programming languages, digital fabrication methods, projection mapping, as well as traditional art production methods to realize their creations. Linear video works include single and multi-channel installations exploring both narrative and abstract expression through 3D animation, motion graphics and traditional animation.

SVA MFA Computer Art Thesis Presentations

6-10 PM Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4

SVA Theatre

333 West 23 St. between 8th and 9th Avenues

Free and open to the public

mfaca@sva.edu

www.mfaca.sva.edu

The order of the presentation will be listed on: mfaca.sva.edu.

Both events will be streaming live at: http://livestream.com/MFAComputerArt/Thesis2016

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Hsiang Chin Moe

Director of Operations, School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art

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School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art

MFA Computer Art
Established in 1986, the SVA MFA Computer Art Department was the first graduate program in the United States to focus on creating art with computers and other state-of-the-art technological advancements. Our network of over 1,000 alumni continue our tradition of excellence worldwide... Read More →



Wednesday May 4, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
SVA Theatre 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011

6:00pm

SVA MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Exhibition
The School of Visual Arts and the MFA Computer Art Department will host the MFA Computer Art 2016 Thesis Presentations. The event will be held on two evenings at the SVA Theatre and will include short talks and videos of graduating students’ work. The presenting artists made use of programming languages, digital fabrication methods, projection mapping, as well as traditional art production methods to realize their creations. Linear video works include single and multi-channel installations exploring both narrative and abstract expression through 3D animation, motion graphics and traditional animation.

SVA MFA Computer Art Thesis Presentations

6-10 PM Tuesday, May 3 and Wednesday, May 4

SVA Theatre

333 West 23 St. between 8th and 9th Avenues

Free and open to the public

mfaca@sva.edu

www.mfaca.sva.edu

The order of the presentation will be listed on: mfaca.sva.edu.

Both events will be streaming live at: http://livestream.com/MFAComputerArt/Thesis2016

Experts
avatar for Hsiang Chin Moe

Hsiang Chin Moe

Director of Operations, School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art

Partners
avatar for School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art

School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art

MFA Computer Art
Established in 1986, the SVA MFA Computer Art Department was the first graduate program in the United States to focus on creating art with computers and other state-of-the-art technological advancements. Our network of over 1,000 alumni continue our tradition of excellence worldwide... Read More →



Wednesday May 4, 2016 6:00pm - 10:00pm
SVA Theatre 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
 
Thursday, May 5
 

10:00am

turning life
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Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Thursday May 5, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

11:00am

The Wayfinding Lab
The Wayfinding Project is initiated by John Kuo Wei Tchen and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and launches with an exhibition by artist Beatrice Glow with AR/VR features creating a space to promote curiosity, research, and decolonize New York's history.  From March-December 2016, the exhibition doubles as a lab hosting collaborative research to explore the many facets of Indigenous life along the Lenape Trail (present-day Broadway) before and after Henry Hudson's "discovery" in 1609. The lab usestechnologies—time-tested and cutting edge—to reconstruct one block of Broadway with geo-data in augmented/virtual reality to simultaneously overlay the pasts and futures of Mannahatta/Manhattan. The installation will evolve over the course of its nine-month run, incorporating work by Lenape and Pacific scholars, experts, and culture bearers and Algonquian language scholars, digital cartographers, and communities, who will piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossession, dislocation, and diasporas. Their combined findings will inform the creation of additional augmented/virtual reality experiences that will contribute to the envisioning and shaping of an Indigenous futurism.

Please see www.apa.nyu.edu to plan your visit.

Artist Beatrice Glow will be at the gallery to share Augmented and Virtual Reality Demonstration Sessions Monday, May 2nd & Friday, May 6th 2-5PM.


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BG

Beatrice Glow

Beatrice@floatinglibrary.org
BEATRICE GLOW is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice comprises sculptural installations, trilingual publishing, participatory and lecture performances, and augmented/virtual reality immersive experiences. Her research mines the relationship between Asia and the... Read More →

Partners
AI

A/P/A Institute at NYU

Established in 1996, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU provides a space in which research and public programs, with a focus on community and intercultural studies, are made accessible to faculty, students, and the New York community within a broad, rigorous international... Read More →



Thursday May 5, 2016 11:00am - 5:00pm
A/P/A Institute at NYU 8 Washington Mews, New York, NY 10003

11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

BronxArtSpace Synthetic Zero
The next Synthetic Zero show will be up for the Creative Technology Week from May 2 to May 8 at BronxArtSpace, and will include exciting and emerging net and video artists working on themes of the New Aesthetic, internet and selfie culture, augmented reality, surveillance culture, and feminism in technology. Artists include Julia Maria Sinelkova, Aaron Higgins, Laura Kim, Jürgen Trautwein, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Giselle Zatonyl, Ariel Jackson, Aaron Oldenburg, Channel TWo, Claudia Hart, Katie Williams, and Joanna Wrzaszczyk. Join us for the Opening Reception on May 4, 6-9pm.

Experts
avatar for Claudia Hart

Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
avatar for Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Looking for work, Looking for work
avatar for Channel TWo

Channel TWo

Channel TWo [CH2}
Channel TWo [CH2] is the award-winning Chicago-based art and design duo Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Parris Westbrook. CH2 makes critical playware.
avatar for Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Web Manager, New York University

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Thursday May 5, 2016 12:00pm - 6:30pm
Bronx Art Space 305 E 140th St #1A Bronx, NY 10454
  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox at REVERSE
Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox is a new media art exhibition curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis, accessible via a wireless network from hacked wifi routers, which are not connected to the Internet. Each router has a private network which the visitor must connect to on their own devices, cell phones or ipads, in order to view the exhibition. The show explores the concept of privacy versus self­-exposure, through a platform that allows distribution and creates content in a more independent and anonymous way. In the era of algorithm prediction, all our online actions have a digital trace, used by companies and governments to predict our behaviors. The internet's purpose in the media is to collect and quantify each action for surveillance. The exhibition wants to propose answers about dichotomous situations between private and public. The exhibition is a decentralized network to show and distribute new media art, a virtual island on the web composed for a platform of 5 private networks. Daily ordinary online social practices, could look like harmless actions through a naive eye, but contain the potential for unexpected consequences, when they are traced and connected by algorithmic surveillance systems. In less than 5 years facial recognition algorithms will be ubiquitous. Recently Facebook added facial recognition technology to their platform to allow themselves to be more deeply integrated into our smartphones. These new developments will allow easy reconstruction of any random encounter we have on the street that has been captured by a camera. Given this insertion into our social communication practices on the Social Web and hence increasing disclosure of personal information online, the 'privacy paradox' suggests that despite Internet users' concerns about privacy, their behaviors do not reflect those concerns. Artists: La Turbo Avedon Carla Gannis Heather Dewey Hagborg Jennifer Lyn Morone Annie Rose Malamet

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REVERSE

Director of Programming, REVERSE
REVERSE is a non profit, multidisciplinary art space with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science... Read More →



Thursday May 5, 2016 1:00pm - 7:00pm
REVERSE 516 W 25th St. Suite 306, New York, NY 10001

2:00pm

The Annual NYIT MFA Thesis Exhibition Gallery Hours
We invite you to celebrate the MFA Thesis projects in Graphic Design, Computer Animation and Art & Technology of the Graduating Class of 2016.

Partners
avatar for Terry Nauheim

Terry Nauheim

Associate Professor/Chair, NYIT
Terry Nauheim is an audiovisual artist, associate professor, and Chair of NYIT’s Department of Digital Art & Design. As an artist, she explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Bronx Museum of the... Read More →


Thursday May 5, 2016 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Gateway Art Center 4 West 43rd Street

6:00pm

Interdimensional Beings

Time is the only resource we can't replenish, and it's the one aspect of all of our lives that we're still struggling to understand. Scientists and philosophers have hypothesized on the machinations of time for millennia, but science has yet to unlock the mysteries of time's ebb and flow.

 

Nonetheless, we are all time-travelers. Whether we’re journeying to distant memories or looking ahead to future possibilities, we’re constantly traversing time and often struggling to reconcile our pasts and futures with the present.

 

Each of the six artists taking part in Interdimensional Beings look at time from different angles. Whether it's the passage of time on a cosmic scale, the potential ramifications of time travel, or merely how we reminisce about the past, Interdimensional Beings seeks to elucidate the myriad ways inn which time impacts us all on a daily basis, and how our evolving relationships with time still have the possibility to amaze and inspire.


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avatar for Cait Carvalho

Cait Carvalho

Experimental Artist
Cait Carvalho is an experimental artist in Brooklyn. She tinkers in analog forms of media making, as well as the latest digital techniques. She has created hand-painted + animated films as well as surreal fiction and non-fiction pieces. By day, Cait is working on her MFA in the IMA... Read More →
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Hugues Clement

new media artist
Between sound/image and digital/organic universes, Montreal's new media artist Hugues Clément base his approach on a personal and free exploration of digital possibilities, showcased in various events around the world, including MUTEK (CA), Igloofest (CA), SAT (CA), L’Arsenal (CA... Read More →
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Thomas D. Rotenberg

Digital Media & Gallery Manager, Made in NY Media Center

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Thomas D. Rotenberg

Digital Media & Gallery Manager, Made in NY Media Center



  • Registration Type Free
 
Friday, May 6
 

10:00am

turning life
Experts
AR

Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Friday May 6, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
  • Registration Type Free

11:00am

The Wayfinding Lab
The Wayfinding Project is initiated by John Kuo Wei Tchen and the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU, and launches with an exhibition by artist Beatrice Glow with AR/VR features creating a space to promote curiosity, research, and decolonize New York's history.  From March-December 2016, the exhibition doubles as a lab hosting collaborative research to explore the many facets of Indigenous life along the Lenape Trail (present-day Broadway) before and after Henry Hudson's "discovery" in 1609. The lab usestechnologies—time-tested and cutting edge—to reconstruct one block of Broadway with geo-data in augmented/virtual reality to simultaneously overlay the pasts and futures of Mannahatta/Manhattan. The installation will evolve over the course of its nine-month run, incorporating work by Lenape and Pacific scholars, experts, and culture bearers and Algonquian language scholars, digital cartographers, and communities, who will piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossession, dislocation, and diasporas. Their combined findings will inform the creation of additional augmented/virtual reality experiences that will contribute to the envisioning and shaping of an Indigenous futurism.

Experts
BG

Beatrice Glow

Beatrice@floatinglibrary.org
BEATRICE GLOW is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice comprises sculptural installations, trilingual publishing, participatory and lecture performances, and augmented/virtual reality immersive experiences. Her research mines the relationship between Asia and the... Read More →

Partners
AI

A/P/A Institute at NYU

Established in 1996, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU provides a space in which research and public programs, with a focus on community and intercultural studies, are made accessible to faculty, students, and the New York community within a broad, rigorous international... Read More →



11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

Experts
avatar for Peter Frank Patchen

Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

Partners
PI

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

BronxArtSpace Synthetic Zero
The next Synthetic Zero show will be up for the Creative Technology Week from May 2 to May 8 at BronxArtSpace, and will include exciting and emerging net and video artists working on themes of the New Aesthetic, internet and selfie culture, augmented reality, surveillance culture, and feminism in technology. Artists include Julia Maria Sinelkova, Aaron Higgins, Laura Kim, Jürgen Trautwein, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Giselle Zatonyl, Ariel Jackson, Aaron Oldenburg, Channel TWo, Claudia Hart, Katie Williams, and Joanna Wrzaszczyk. Join us for the Opening Reception on May 4, 6-9pm.

Experts
avatar for Claudia Hart

Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
avatar for Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Looking for work, Looking for work
avatar for Channel TWo

Channel TWo

Channel TWo [CH2}
Channel TWo [CH2] is the award-winning Chicago-based art and design duo Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Parris Westbrook. CH2 makes critical playware.
avatar for Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Web Manager, New York University

Partners


Friday May 6, 2016 12:00pm - 6:30pm
Bronx Art Space 305 E 140th St #1A Bronx, NY 10454
  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

Partners
avatar for Van Brunt Projects

Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

ODETTA Gallery Hours
Experts
avatar for Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Bennett

Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
avatar for Matt Frieburghaus

Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
avatar for Pat Lay

Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
avatar for Will Pappenheimer

Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
avatar for Joan Raspo

Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kay Thoen

Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Friday May 6, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free

1:00pm

Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox at REVERSE
Beautiful Interfaces: The privacy paradox is a new media art exhibition curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis, accessible via a wireless network from hacked wifi routers, which are not connected to the Internet. Each router has a private network which the visitor must connect to on their own devices, cell phones or ipads, in order to view the exhibition. The show explores the concept of privacy versus self­-exposure, through a platform that allows distribution and creates content in a more independent and anonymous way. In the era of algorithm prediction, all our online actions have a digital trace, used by companies and governments to predict our behaviors. The internet's purpose in the media is to collect and quantify each action for surveillance. The exhibition wants to propose answers about dichotomous situations between private and public. The exhibition is a decentralized network to show and distribute new media art, a virtual island on the web composed for a platform of 5 private networks. Daily ordinary online social practices, could look like harmless actions through a naive eye, but contain the potential for unexpected consequences, when they are traced and connected by algorithmic surveillance systems. In less than 5 years facial recognition algorithms will be ubiquitous. Recently Facebook added facial recognition technology to their platform to allow themselves to be more deeply integrated into our smartphones. These new developments will allow easy reconstruction of any random encounter we have on the street that has been captured by a camera. Given this insertion into our social communication practices on the Social Web and hence increasing disclosure of personal information online, the 'privacy paradox' suggests that despite Internet users' concerns about privacy, their behaviors do not reflect those concerns. Artists: La Turbo Avedon Carla Gannis Heather Dewey Hagborg Jennifer Lyn Morone Annie Rose Malamet

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REVERSE

Director of Programming, REVERSE
REVERSE is a non profit, multidisciplinary art space with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, our mission is to support innovative and boundary breaking projects that foster dialogue and artistic collaboration at the intersection of art, science... Read More →



Friday May 6, 2016 1:00pm - 7:00pm
REVERSE 516 W 25th St. Suite 306, New York, NY 10001

2:00pm

The Annual NYIT MFA Thesis Exhibition Gallery Hours
We invite you to celebrate the MFA Thesis projects in Graphic Design, Computer Animation and Art & Technology of the Graduating Class of 2016.

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Terry Nauheim

Associate Professor/Chair, NYIT
Terry Nauheim is an audiovisual artist, associate professor, and Chair of NYIT’s Department of Digital Art & Design. As an artist, she explores sound and visual relationships through digital media, drawing, and installation. She has exhibited her artwork at the Bronx Museum of the... Read More →


Friday May 6, 2016 2:00pm - 8:00pm
Gateway Art Center 4 West 43rd Street

7:30pm

Born on the Internet: Crowdsourced Art and Music from Scott Draves and Looplabs
Come to an outdoor patio party celebrating the release of Scott Draves' new music visualizer, Electric Dots, with crowdsourced music from Looplabs.  Electric Dots is a low-particle, real-time rendering of Draves' awardwinning Electric Sheep algorithms, which are crowdsourced on the Internet, genetically bred, and computer-generated.  Looplabs is a free music composition and sampling tool that allows users to make their own music tracks.

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Isabel Draves

Founder, Leaders in Software and Art
Isabel is the Founder of Leaders in Software and Art and Creative Tech Week.
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scott draves

Founder, Electric Sheep
Scott Draves is an award-winning software artist, VJ, and a pioneer of the open source movement. His clients and exhibitions range from the likes of MoMA.org, LACMA, Google, and the Adler Planetarium to Skrillex. He has a PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon and a BS in Math... Read More →
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Craig Swann

Founder, Looplabs
For 20 years, Craig Swann’s passion has been using technology to connect people and music through innovative, intimate and interactive experiences. In 2001, he developed the internet’s first online music studio, Looplabs. Millions of people have benefited from his innovations... Read More →

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LISA

Leaders in Software and Art (LISA), founded in 2009, brings together cutting-edge software and electronic artists, curators, collectors, and coders to share their work. LISA holds exclusive monthly salons across NYC featuring presentations by artists who work with technology; produces... Read More →



Friday May 6, 2016 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Grace Plaza 1114 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY 10036
 
Saturday, May 7
 

10:00am

turning life
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Asya Reznikov

Artist, Asya Reznikov Studio


Saturday May 7, 2016 10:00am - 6:00pm
Nancy Hoffman Gallery 520 West 27th Street NY, NY 10001
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11:30am

Pratt Digital Arts MFA and BFA Interactive Arts and Imaging Thesis Show
Please join us for an exhibition of MFA Digital imaging thesis projects, MFA Interactive Arts Thesis projects and BFA Interactive Arts senior projects. Artworks range from digital prints to interactive installations, interactive objects and screen-based work.

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Peter Frank Patchen

Chair, Department of Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
Peter Frank Patchen is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received an MFA from the University of Oregon. He utilizes technology as a medium of expression, mixing it with traditional media to explore the relationships that exist between nature, humanity, culture and... Read More →

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Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts

Pratt Institute's Department of Digital Arts is a 28 year old community of students and artists/faculty members exploring personal expression at the intersection of art and technology. | The Department of Digital Arts prepares and develops innovative artists through rigorous immersion... Read More →



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12:00pm

BronxArtSpace Synthetic Zero
The next Synthetic Zero show will be up for the Creative Technology Week from May 2 to May 8 at BronxArtSpace, and will include exciting and emerging net and video artists working on themes of the New Aesthetic, internet and selfie culture, augmented reality, surveillance culture, and feminism in technology. Artists include Julia Maria Sinelkova, Aaron Higgins, Laura Kim, Jürgen Trautwein, Erica Lapadat-Janzen, Giselle Zatonyl, Ariel Jackson, Aaron Oldenburg, Channel TWo, Claudia Hart, Katie Williams, and Joanna Wrzaszczyk. Join us for the Opening Reception on May 4, 6-9pm.

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Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
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Erica Lapadat-Janzen

Looking for work, Looking for work
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Channel TWo

Channel TWo [CH2}
Channel TWo [CH2] is the award-winning Chicago-based art and design duo Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Parris Westbrook. CH2 makes critical playware.
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Joanna Wrzaszczyk

Web Manager, New York University

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Saturday May 7, 2016 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Bronx Art Space 305 E 140th St #1A Bronx, NY 10454
  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Exhibition: The Dolls House

TRANSFER IS PLEASED TO PRESENT ‘THE DOLLS HOUSE’ THE GALLERY’S FIRST SOLO EXHIBITION WITH CLAUDIA HART INCLUDING A SPECIAL SOUND TRACK BY KURT HENTSCHAGER.

GALLERY HOURS: Saturdays 12-6PM and by Appointment 

‘The Dolls House’ is a new series of video, drawing and sculptural work from Claudia Hart, inspired by her media ballet ‘The Dolls’ which is based in the philosophical idea of the “eternal return” – the notion that history endlessly renews itself through a process of decadence, decay and rebirth. To embody this, Hart has molded mathematical cycles into visual form, creating rhythmic, animations of pulsing patterns which are physically mesmerizing and intentionally hypnotic as a result of their algorithmic qualities.

Hart imagines an abstract computer warehouse filled with old dollhouses culled from the junk heap of some future history. She scoured Google’s 3D Warehouse – available as shareware for all users of Internet – for architectural monuments from a decadent history, past empires from all over the world. These include The Arch of Labna (a Mesoamerican archaeological site and ceremonial center of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization), the Roman Forum-of-Ceasar, Marie-Antoinette’s Le Petit Trianon (the small chateau on the grounds of Louis XIV’s Versaille, where she dressed as a milkmaid with her ladies-in-waiting), a Queen Anne House from Victorian England; the Dragomir Mansion from Bucharest; and the Paulwall House – still standing in our own ruined Detroit.

Like her doll houses, Hart’s 3D modelled tutus are also drawn from the scion of a fallen empire: the gowns of Margaret Theresa of Spain, among the last of the Spanish Habsburgs. This child princess was the central figure in the famous painting Las Meninas, a canonical masterpiece by the great 17th-century court painter, Diego Velazquez, and the subject of many of his paintings. Hart’s Velazquez princess dresses are modeled by computer and produced as mixed-media works on paper with projection mapping, and 3D printed sculpture for the exhibition.

Hart’s brightly colored, algorithmic flickering patterns are the ultimate component of her contemplation on the passage of time and the death of kings. The animated patterns are based on the symbols of further collapsed empires – from the Faberge eggs of The House of Romanov to the banners and heraldry of Gengis Kahn and the Mongol Empire. Distributed among these are the current logos and graphical icons of our own multinationals corporations. The end result is in some ways like a stroll through Times Square or a glitzy night in Vegas. But it is also paradoxically and strangely quite trance inducing and meditative, a vehicle for some kind of enlightenment.

A full inventory of work from ’The Dolls House’ is available from the gallery. Please inquire with the director@transfergallery.com to request information.

ABOUT THE ARTIST :::
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such as Rapid Prototyping, CNC routing and augmented-reality custom apps. Her works deal with issues of representation, the role of the computer in shifting contemporary values about identity and the real, and specifically questions ideas about what might be considered “natural.” Her project is to feminize the masculinist culture of technology by interjecting emotional subjectivity into what is typically the overly-determined Cartesian world of digital design.

Kurt Hentschalger, who created the music for “The Dolls,” is an audio visual artist whose work has been shown internationally since the the late 80s. For further information: www.kurthentschlager.com


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Claudia Hart

Asssociate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Claudia Hart has been active as an artist, curator and critic since 1988. She creates virtual representations that take the form of 3d imagery integrated into photography, multi-channel animation installations, performances and sculptures using advanced production techniques such... Read More →
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Kelani Nichole

Owner, TRANSFER
TRANSFER is an exhibition space that explores the friction between networked studio practice and its physical instantiation. I own the gallery and direct our programming and monthly exhibitions, supporting a community of artists working with emerging computer-based practice... Read More →

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TRANSFER

TRANSFER
Today artists live, work and exhibit on the Internet. They reach a networked global community, often embedding artworks in the everchanging context of streaming images, open data sources, and instant feedback mechanisms that constitute online public space. Their resulting body of... Read More →



Saturday May 7, 2016 12:00pm - 6:00pm
TRANSFER 1030 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Registration Type Free

12:00pm

Future Artifact—New Media Art Exhibition Art Show
Dose Projects Space is pleased to present an exhibition of time-based animation, digital and new media artworks during Creative Tech Week. Artists include Sophie Kahn, Julia Buntaine, James Proctor and others.

*Regretfully this space is not wheelchair accessible. There will be an online version of the exhibition following Creative Tech Week.

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Dose Projects

Art Gallery, Dose Projects Space
Dose Projects is pleased to present Future Artifact, an exhibition of screen-based digital media artworks in conjunction with Creative Tech Week. The videos and animations represent a variety of technologies which contemporary artists are using including computer-generated animation, data-driving imaging, 3D scanning, custom software... Read More →



Saturday May 7, 2016 12:00pm - 6:00pm
300 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

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Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
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Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
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Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
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Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
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Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
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Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



1:00pm

ODETTA Gallery Hours
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Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
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Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
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Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
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Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
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Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
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Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
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Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
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Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Saturday May 7, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free
 
Sunday, May 8
 

12:00pm

Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition

Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law

The exhibition “Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies” will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct individual styles. They have been recognized by museums, galleries and institutions around the world. The range of the media employed by these artists reaches from the earliest fine art techniques to the latest digital technologies: from clay to environmental interactive video and Immersive 3D, from pen and ink notebook drawings to wall sized, hand colored printouts and paintings, from digital photography to tapestry portraits incorporating neurological data. What all these talented artists have in common is the employment of digital technology to push art in bold new directions, engaging audiences in multi-dimensional experiences of form, texture, color, and space.

149 West 24th Street, 5B NYC
April 29 – May 8, 2016
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12 – 8,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 12 – 6
Sun 12 – 5
And by Appointment

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28th at 6 – 9 pm

Contact: Suzanne Ball: Van Brunt Projects: 917-327-1351
Email: suzanne@vanbruntprojects.com www.vanbruntprojects.com

Experts
avatar for Lia Cook

Lia Cook

Professor, CCA
Lia Cook, a leading, innovative fiber artist, creates striking contemporary portraits by building on the traditional fiber craft of weaving. Starting from scans of small photographs of herself as a child or young woman, she uses a digital Jacquard hand loom to create large scale works... Read More →
avatar for Darcy Gerbarg

Darcy Gerbarg

Artist, EADT Exhibitions
Darcy Gerbarg is known internationally for her pioneering work with computer graphics paint systems. Bringing the sensibilities of an abstract color-field painter with traditional art training to her use of digital technology, Gerbarg uses the computer in a variety of ways. She makes... Read More →
avatar for Margie Hughto

Margie Hughto

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Margie Hughto, the internationally renowned ceramic and mixed media artist, highly respected for her large public art works, is making use of the oldest art making techniques on view. Hughto’s pieces are created from a multitude of unique ceramic elements, each glazed and fired... Read More →
avatar for Linda Law

Linda Law

Director, Linda Law Holographics
Linda Law has a long history of using digital creative tools. Working with Digital Holography and other cutting edge new media, she explores multidimensional interactions with the natural world. For this exhibition, Law will be exhibiting some examples of her studies of light on water... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Nessim

Barbara Nessim

Artist, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Barbara Nessim, an internationally recognized fine artist and renowned illustrator, creates works investigating gender roles and the representation of women in contemporary culture. Nessim began using very basic computer graphics systems and today explores the use of the latest digital... Read More →
avatar for Vibeke Sorensen

Vibeke Sorensen

Professor, Chair and Artist, School of Art, Design and Media Nanyang Technological University
Vibeke Sorensen is an artist and professor working in digital multimedia and animation, interactive architectural installation, and networked visual-music performance. Her work in experimental new media spans more than 3 decades, and has been published and exhibited worldwide, including... Read More →

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Van Brunt Projects

Owner, Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition
Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies Exhibition | Current works by Margie Hughto, Darcy Gerbarg, Barbara Nessim, Lia Cook, Vibeke Sorensen and Linda Law The exhibition "Experiments in Art and Digital Technologies" will feature the work of six pioneering artists with distinct... Read More →



12:00pm

Future Artifact—New Media Art Exhibition Art Show
Dose Projects Space is pleased to present an exhibition of time-based animation, digital and new media artworks during Creative Tech Week. Artists include Sophie Kahn, Julia Buntaine, James Proctor and others.

*Regretfully this space is not wheelchair accessible. There will be an online version of the exhibition following Creative Tech Week.

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Sophie Barrett-Kahn

Lady Tech Guild
Sophie Kahn is a Brooklyn-based digital artist. She earned a BA (Hons) in Fine Art/History of Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and an MFA in Art and Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, London... Read More →

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Dose Projects

Art Gallery, Dose Projects Space
Dose Projects is pleased to present Future Artifact, an exhibition of screen-based digital media artworks in conjunction with Creative Tech Week. The videos and animations represent a variety of technologies which contemporary artists are using including computer-generated animation, data-driving imaging, 3D scanning, custom software... Read More →



Sunday May 8, 2016 12:00pm - 6:00pm
300 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

1:00pm

ODETTA Gallery Hours
Experts
avatar for Jeff Becker

Jeff Becker

Owner, Jeff Becker Photography
Jeff Becker creates bold, colorful, dynamic work that enlivens spaces. Time is fundamental to the work he does. The work ranges from no-tech installations to the bending of still imagery into a moving phenomena through the use of printmaking, photography, and technology. He never... Read More →
avatar for Katherine Bennett

Katherine Bennett

Artist, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
Katherine Bennett is an interactive engineer and media artist who explores the liminal spaces and temporal experiences that technology creates. Her research focuses on how communication technologies are shaping our cultural interactions. Bennett utilizes sound and light to represent... Read More →
avatar for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Ellen Hackl Fagan

Artist, ELLEN HACKI FAGAN
Interdisciplinary abstract painter, Ellen Hackl Fagan uses synaesthesia, digital media and interactive performance as tools for developing a corresponding language between color and sound in her work. Fagan is the inventor of The Reverse Color Organ (RCO) in collaboration with cognitive... Read More →
avatar for Matt Frieburghaus

Matt Frieburghaus

Department Chair/Associate Professor, Artist, Marist College
Matt Frieburghaus is an artist interested in exploring place and using recorded media to translate sensory experiences. Location is a focus for gathering media and he is interested in recording newly discovered places and short events that force him to be alert and present. He uses... Read More →
avatar for Pat Lay

Pat Lay

Independent Artist, Pat Lay
ODETTA, www.odettagallery.com, If This, Then What ?, April 29-May 22 . In the last decade Pat Lay
avatar for Will Pappenheimer

Will Pappenheimer

Associate Chair & Professor, Artist, Pace University
Will Pappenheimer is a Brooklyn based artist working in new media, performance and installation with an interest in shifting spatial and object relations, often as a form of institutional or spatial intervention. His work often explores at the confluence or tension of virtual and... Read More →
avatar for Joan Raspo

Joan Raspo

Partner/Owner, Futurise Us
California­ based artist Joan Raspo investigates the point where illusion and reality meet. She strives to influence the viewer’s perception of her work, thereby forcing them to reconsider both the reality of an art piece, their relationship to the piece, and finally their relationship... Read More →
avatar for Kirsten Kay Thoen

Kirsten Kay Thoen

Artist
I am a multi-media artist interested in the complex roles image making plays in shaping relationships to nature in the Age of Acceleration. Reworking my images of landscapes and natural elements into experiential forms, my work places personal and cultural value in the act of transforming... Read More →


Sunday May 8, 2016 1:00pm - 6:00pm
ODETTA Gallery 229 Cook St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Registration Type Free