Andrew Senior
Since 2002
Works in Ny, New York United States of America

Andrew Senior is a sculptor and electronic artist living in New York
city, where he also works on computer vision and human-computer interfaces
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Expace Projects Video Screening at the Knitting Factory, NYC

Thu May 29, 2003 00:00 - Fri May 23, 2003

05/29/03_Thursday_6-8pm_Video Screening
"the origin of the image" @Basement Bar Space, Knitting Factory
74 Leonard Street, NY, Between Church and Broadway

Works by:

Pierre St Jaques + Monika Bravo + mokomoko + lauren mackler + Juo-Ping Wong + Rebecca Herman + Andrea Flamini + Ursula Scherrer + Sean Eno + Brit Bunkley + Fabulass Productions + Andrew Senior


3Jay exhibit at Oxford Artweeks, Oxford, England

Sat May 10, 2003 00:00 - Fri May 09, 2003

Summer is almost here, and 3jay are proud to present their latest annual
show, at:

the Said Business School, Park End Street, Oxford

Monday May 12th to Saturday May 31st inclusive
Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm, Saturdays 10am - 1pm.

It's in the main reception room of the Said - on the right as you go in the

This is an Artweeks Special Exhibition, running throughout Artweeks, the
Oxfordshire visual arts festival (
and put on with the support of the Said Business School.

Our private view, to which you are invited, is on Saturday 10th May, 6pm -

Here's the press release folks:
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The 3jay Artists' Collective mark their sixth anniversary this year with a
group show for Oxford Artweeks at the Said Business School.

The group, formed in 1997 by Alun Ward, James Davies and James Read, began
life as an online resource for the three artists but has since expanded to
accommodate a floating selection of local and international artists. The
exhibiting members for 2003 are Alun Ward, James Davies, James Read, Ioan
Humphreys, Andrew Senior and Sushil Mangaonkar.

With the Collective's online presence available worldwide, 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week, the members work independently of each other
throughout the year, but maintain an annual tradition of a group
exhibition that combines their separate output into a meaningful
whole. The new show at the Said Business School will be themed around
the perception of time, and will feature new works including
paintings, a landscape art installation and computer and video
presentations dealing with loops, echoes, memory, cross-generational
collage, the passing of time and the drifting participation of the
viewer. The show will be open to the public daily (excluding Sundays)
throughout the Artweeks festival. Admission is free.

For further details and news as it happens contact 3jay below:
3jay is online at