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Signal Culture is a non-profit experimental media arts organization that encourages creation of new work, building of community, and connection to history in the field of experimental media art by providing artists, researchers, and innovators with residencies, resources, and exhibition opportunities.
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OPPORTUNITY

Researcher Residency at Signal Culture


Deadline:
Tue Aug 19, 2014 23:59

Location:
Owego, New York
United States of America

The Signal Culture Researcher in Residence program offers time, space and materials for people researching the field of experimental media arts. Eligible applicants can include, but are not limited to historians, curators, archivists, preservationists, critics and theorists. We do not accept undergraduate students or Masters degree candidates.

Signal Culture is located 3.5 hours northwest of New York City. There is no fee for the residency, but you are responsible for your own transportation and for all your expenses.

Signal Culture is a new experimental media art residency located in Owego, New York. Our vision is to create an environment where innovative artists, toolmakers, curators, critics, researchers and historians who are contributing to the field of media art will have time and space to make new work and to interact with one another.

For more information, download our application at:
http://www.signalculture.org/documents/RIRAppNOV14toFeb15.pdf

Learn about our researchers and artists in residence so far, go to:
http://signalculture.org/2014-rir.html
http://signalculture.org/2014-air.html


OPPORTUNITY

Artist Residency at Signal Culture


Deadline:
Fri Jun 06, 2014 23:59

Location:
Owego, New York
United States of America

Signal Culture is a new experimental media art residency located in Owego, New York. We are now accepting applications for our artist in residence program for the September 2014 - February 2015 season. We have built an experimental media studio with real-time analog and digital image and sound processing equipment, custom made hardware and software, a variety of interactive interfaces, and alternative imaging devices that can be configured in a modular studio setup. For more information, download our application at:
http://www.signalculture.org/documents/AiRAppSep14toFeb15.pdf

Our vision is to create an environment where innovative artists, toolmakers, curators, critics, and art historians who are contributing to the field of media art will have time and space to make new work and to interact with one another. We believe in the importance of fostering a community of people working with experimental media art and will host multiple residents concurrently to set a stage for conversation, networking, and possible collaboration. Applications for the researcher and developer residencies will be announced later this year.

Signal Culture is located 3.5 hours northwest of New York City. There is no fee for the residency, but you are responsible for your own transportation and for all your expenses.

Learn about our current and past residents:
http://signalculture.org/current-resident.html
http://signalculture.org/past-residents.html



EVENT

signals_now_


Dates:
Thu Oct 03, 2013 06:00 - Sun Nov 10, 2013

Location:
Rochester, New York
United States of America

October 3 - November 10, 2013
Opening Reception: October 3, 6-9pm
First Friday: October 4, 6-10pm
Artists’ Talk: Saturday October 5 @ 1pm
First Friday: November 1, 6-10pm


Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) is pleased to present signals_now_, a collaboration between RoCo and Signal Culture, a new experimental media art organization based in New York State. The four internationally renowned media artists featured in signals_now_ will be among the first to participate in Signal Culture’s forthcoming media art residency program. The artists featured are:

Peer Bode (Hornell, NY) Peer Bode was first exposed to electronics by his father Harald Bode, a developer of the first modular audio synthesizer. Recognizing the limits imposed by designers of industrial and consumer technology, Bode sought to externalize the “hidden coding and control structures” of the video signal. His works
investigate the semiotics and phenomenology of the medium, specifically through the synthesis of audio and video signals. Peer Bode is a nationally and internationally exhibiting artist with media works in museum collections worldwide. He is Professor of Video Arts at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA), and member of the “Carrier Band” with Pauline Oliveros, Andrew Deutsch and Steve Vitiello.

Kristin Lucas (Austin, TX) Kristin Lucas is a multidisciplinary artist living in Austin, TX. Her work investigates the uncanny overlaps of virtual and lived realities, alongside the physical and psychological effects of technologies
on our perception of time and space, behavior, and identity. Her video, installation, network performance, internet, augmented reality, and hybrid media works have been exhibited internationally and are represented by EAI and Postmasters in New York. She has participated in residency programs at The Experimental Television Center, Harvestworks, Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program, P.S.1 National Studio Program, ARCUS, ACC Weimar, IEA Alfred University, and Eyebeam.

Joe McKay (Beacon, NY) Joe McKay is a digital media artist who uses games and interactivity to critically examine the way our culture is consuming and creating current technology. McKay works in several different mediums, including sculpture, performance, video games, video, photo and more. Mckay has an extensive exhibition history, both in New York City and internationally. He is currently represented by Pari Nadimi Gallery in Toronto. McKay is a professor of New Media at SUNY Purchase college.

Phillip Stearns (Brooklyn, NY) Phillip Stearns uses electronics to create phenomenological works of light and sound. He commonly employs the methods of deconstruction, dissection, and reconfiguration in his handson
practice. By extending electronic media techniques, Stearns explores the circuit as a means for sculpting electricity. His work has been exhibited internationally at electronics arts festivals, museums, and galleries including: Transmediale in Berlin, Eyebeam (NYC), Harvestworks (NYC), Gli.tc/H Festival in Chicago, FILE in Sao Paulo, and the Torrance Art Museum.

Signal Culture is a New York State non-profit that encourages creation of new work, building of community, and connection to history in the field of experimental media art by providing artists, researchers, and innovators with residencies, resources, and exhibition opportunities.


Rochester Contemporary Art Center
(RoCo) is not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) member supported organization and a venue for the exchange of ideas.
As a center for thoughtful contemporary art, RoCo provides unique encounters for audiences and extraordinary opportunities for artists.