Christina Ray
Since the beginning
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Christina Ray has produced artist projects, performances and site-specific interventions for city streets and exhibition spaces since founding Glowlab in 2002. As a consultant and educator, Ray has participated on panels and juries with Rhizome, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Eyebeam, the Van Alen Institute and others, and has taught interactive media at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Fluent in Japanese, Ray lived and worked in Japan for four years where she cultivated an aesthetic and cultural awareness that has influenced the growth of Glowlab’s international focus.

Ray is the founder of Conflux, the annual art and technology festival for the creative exploration of urban public space, and has led the festival as Director since its inauguration in 2003. She is currently serving as Key Artistic Advisor for Times Square Public Art Planning with the Times Square Alliance and recently became a founding member of the Advisory Committee of the new 92YTribeca arts and entertainment venue, which opened in the fall of 2008. Ray also sits on the advisory committee of the Queens-based arts organization Flux Factory. In 2009, Ray’s work will be included in the books _A Guide to Democracy in America_, published by Creative Time, and _Critical Play_, written by Mary Flanagan and published by MIT Press. She is a frequent speaker on the intersection of art and emerging technology in public space.

Ray has collaborated with and received support from organizations including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, The New York State Council on the Arts, The New York Foundation for the Arts, The Puffin Foundation, The Independence Community Foundation, the Brooklyn Arts Council, the Williamsburg Gallery Association, Intel’s Berkeley Research Lab, Southern Exposure, ISEA, Art Interactive, ABC No Rio, Participant Inc., Parsons School of Design, Hunter College, the Cooper Union, the University of Pennsylvania Design School, the CUNY Graduate Center, the Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island and others.
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Mon Jul 22, 2002 01:00


co-hosted by Pollen Systems and Glowlab,
at Remote Lounge on August 19, 2002.

_Unreliable Networks_ is the first in a series of multimedia events by Brooklyn's Pollen Systems and Glowlab arts collaborative. In the underground performance space at Remote Lounge, we'll present a night of audio, video and interactive works concerned with the structure/form/function/mal-function of networks.

We are currently accepting submissions of sound, video and interactive media works.

Topics we are especially interested in include: mass communication, data systems, transportation, navigation and mapping, neural networks and organic growth algorithms.

Experimental/new work and works in progress are encouraged. DJ's: mainly looking for idm, microhouse, microsound, techno, and noise submissions.

Equipment includes 8 dvd players, 4 vhs, video mixer, turntables etc. Please send an email with a description of your project with online links or contact us to send a sample (cd, dvd, tape).

Send submissions to:

Pollen Systems
a subsidiary of flint projects

a brooklyn-based multidisciplinary arts collaborative