Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga
Since the beginning
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga enjoys combining video, animation, the internet and interactivity into sculptural or virtual works that investigate various social issues. Ricardo is based in New York City.
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Part-time teaching opportunity

Adjunct/Part-time Faculty, 3D Graphic Design,
Jan 22 to May 02

The College of New Jersey is seeking qualified
part-time faculty to teach a course in
three-dimensional graphic design. Candidates should
have a MFA in graphic design (currently MFA graphic
design students will also be considered), or a
Bachelor degree or equivalent in graphic design with a
minimum of five years experience in the fields of
packaging design, window display, or environmental
graphics. Working knowledge of Quark/InDesign,
Illustrator, and Photoshop is required. Knowledge of
three-dimensional graphic software is a plus. This
class will meet Monday night from 5 pm-8: 50 pm.

The College of New Jersey is located near Trenton, NJ
in Ewing. Interested applicants are encouraged to
apply as early as possible. Please contact Prof. Fanky
Chak at fankychak@yahoo.com for further information.


FALLOUT: What's Left, opens Dec. 9th, Momenta Art

Mon Nov 28, 2005 00:00 - Sun Nov 27, 2005

Dear Rhizomers,
If you're in NYC anytime between Dec.9th and Jan.23rd, please visit Momenta Art in Brooklyn to view a new installation based on a Turbulence commission.

FALLOUT: What's Left, an installation by Ricardo Miranda Zuniga,
Momenta Art, 72 Berry St. Brooklyn, NY
Opening Friday, December 9th on exhibit through January 23rd

Drawing from public text submissions to an online repository of personal perspectives on Nicaragua, Ricardo Miranda Zuniga constructs a revisionist history portraying the ebb and flow of Latin American Marxist revolution. At a time when the U.S. Government considers possible flaws in its current interventionist strategies and as South American socialist leaders challenge U.S. policy, the installation "FALLOUT: What's Left" collapses the past with the present in an attempt to rattle the U.S.'s media amnesia. The installation will feature propaganda posters commissioned for the installation from four designers: Isabel Chang, Enrique Sacasa, Ed Adams and David Ulrich; a new video game by the artist "Always Go Left;" a mini FM public radio station and free Scype sessions during the holiday season for migrant's separated from family. For a prelude to the installation please visit: http://turbulence.org/Works/fallout/.

Momenta Art is located at 72 Berry Street, ground floor, between N9th and N10th Sts. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

By subway, take the L train to Bedfordstop (the first stop in Brooklyn). Exit on the Bedford side. Walk one block towards the river to Berry Street. Make a right on Berry Street and continue 2 1/2 blocks.


Ms. MP the 3rd

What system do you use to purchase and listen to "your" MP3s? Do you know
your rights as an MP3 consumer? Are you aware of when you are
overstepping your listening rights as a consumer of MP3s?

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is a company that
represents the music labels that own the copyrights to the music that you
purchase as MP3s. The RIAA enforces the use and exchange of MP3s via the
Digital Rights Maintenance (DRM) lock, but few people really know all the
details as to how the legal rules of DRM function or how companies such as
Apple and Napster can control your MP3 purchases. Stafan Hayden has
assembled an informational animation that walks one through a general
overview of MP3 laws - use and misuse as well as how Apple and Napster are
managing their sales.

Check out Stefan's animation to learn about the complex world of copyright
and ownership of MP3 files:



Adjunct Position, College of New Jersey

Fri Jan 07, 2005 15:05

The Art Department at the College of New Jersey, located in Ewing, NJ
(driving about 40 minutes from Philadelphia and an hour and half from NYC
- public transporation available) is seeking an adjunct professor to teach
an introductory course in interactive design using either Flash or
Director. The course is titled "Experiencing Art" this is a non-art major
course in which students take three week workshops in Sculpture, Print,
Drawing, Computer Graphics and Interactive Design. The course merely
attempts to give non art majors an overview of the various forms of art
making. In the past, the Interactive module has been presented using
Macromedia Director to present fundamental concepts in building
interactive computer applications. The students in the class are divided
into groups of 15 and rotate through the semester from one module to the
next. The course meets Thursday mornings from 8:30am to 11:30am, the pay
is $2835 for the semester, beginning Thursday January 20th through
Thursday May5th. The class is taught in the Macintosh environment with
the latest version of computer graphics software.
TCNJ Art Department Site:
TCNJ academic calendar:
If you qualify and are interested please contact Ricardo Miranda at
miranda@tcnj.edu or call 917 748-9975.


Sculpture Position at The College of New Jersey

Assistant Professor, Tenure Track, Sculpture

The College of New Jersey, Art Department
Salary: Open
Start: Fall 2005.
Location: Ewing, New Jersey
Type: Full Time - Tenure Track Academic-Assistant Professor
Applications postmarked by January 28th will receive priority.

The Art Department of The School of Art, Media and Music at The College of
New Jersey seeks a sculptor to work within a collegial, innovative and
established program in contemporary arts offering BFA degrees in Digital
Arts, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Art Education and Art History. This is an
assistant professor, tenure track position for candidates who show
exceptional promise. The candidate's creative practice and research should
demonstrate a breadth of knowledge in sculptural and three-dimensional
media. An individual with the ability to merge sculpture with other genres
such as installation, performance, or digital and electronic processes
would be highly desirable. Specialization may include metal work, jewelry,
wood-working, electronics, non-traditional materials, installation, and
time-based art. The ideal candidate will possess the skills to provide
leadership in the area of fine arts, while working with the College
community to expand and broaden the presence of visual art on campus.

Responsibilities include teaching all levels of undergraduate sculpture
and three-dimensional design courses. Facilities include wood shop,
plaster area, metal fabrication area, metal-working studio, ceramics
studio and digital arts labs/studios as well as photography, printmaking,
painting, and drawing studios.

A terminal degree (MFA), teaching experience at the university or college
level, an active exhibition record, and excellent communication skills are
required. Demonstration of strong conceptual development and
sophisticated design aesthetics across media and dimensions and a solid
background in theory, history, and criticism is highly desired.

The College of New Jersey's exceptional students, teacher-scholars, staff,
alumni, and board members constitute a diverse community of learners,
dedicated to free inquiry and open exchange, to excellence in teaching,
creativity, scholarship, and citizenship, and to the transformative power
of education in a highly competitive institution. TCNJ is located on 289
tree-lined acres in suburban, Ewing, New Jersey. Ewing is approximately 5
miles from Trenton, the State Capital, and 60 minutes from Philadelphia
and New York.

Send letter of intent, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy,
artist statement, list of three references, and 20 slides or appropriate
documentation of your work with a SASE to: Chair of Sculpture Search
Committee, Art Department, The College of New Jersey, 304 Holman Hall,
2000 Pennington Rd., Ewing, NJ 08628-0718.

(For CAA ad: Please note if you will be available for interview at the CAA