Jillian Mcdonald
Since the beginning
Works in United States of America

Jillian Mcdonald is a Canadian performance and media artist, transplanted in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown most recently at Moti Hasson Galery in New York, La Sala Naranja in Valencia, Spain, ArtMoving Projects and Vertex List in Brooklyn, Paved New Media in Saskatoon, Video Pool in Winnipeg, and 1708 Gallery in Virginia.

Mcdonald teaches Digital Art at Pace University in NYC and is co-director of Pace Digital Gallery. http://www.pace.edu/digitalgallery

Website: http://www.jillianmcdonald.net
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art talks oct 25 - camille utterback + john klima

Tue Oct 25, 2005 00:00 - Thu Oct 20, 2005

The Pace Digital Gallery is pleased to present:
Fall evening art talks with new media artists.

6pm. Tuesday Oct 25 :: Camille Utterback + John Klima
location: Lecture Hall South, 1 Pace Plaza, Pace University, NYC
More info, maps, and images at http://www.pace.edu/digitalgallery
Free admission, please join us!

Camille Utterback (San Francisco) is a pioneering artist and programmer
in the field of interactive video installation. In addition to an
extensive international exhibit history, recent awards include a
Transmediale International Media Art Festival Award (2005), and a
Rockefeller Foundation New Media Fellowship (2002). Utterback received
a US patent for the video tracking system she developed as a research
fellow at New York University (2004).

Camille will discuss her interactive video installations which create
playful, physical interaction between participants. Works will include
'Text Rain' (1999 with Romy Achituv), 'Liquid Time' (2001), and a
number of pieces in the 'External Measures Series' (2001 - 2005)
including 'Untitled 6', which she has just completed for a show at the
Beall Center at UC Irvine. She will also focus her current explorations
of painterly dynamic systems which respond to human gesture and

John Klima employs a variety of technologies to produce artwork from
electronics and computer hardware and software. Consistently connecting
the virtual to the real, Klima builds large scale electro-mechanical
installations driven by 3d game software he programs from scratch.
In 2003 he focused on his long-time fascination with model railroading
to create his first HO scale railroad piece, titled simply "Train."
Exhibited in December 2003 at Postmasters Gallery in New York, "Train"
was shown in April 2005 at the DeCordova Museum in Boston.

Klima has exhibited extensively in museums and galleries in the U.S.,
Europe, and Asia. His exhibitions include BitStreams at the Whitney
Museum of American Art as well as the 2002 Whitney Biennial. He has
also exhibited at Eyebeam, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, PS.1 and
The Brooklyn Museum of Art. Klima is currently a research scientist in
the Mathematics department at New York University, and adjunct
Professor of Digital Media at the Rhode Island School of Design. John
Klima is represented by Postmasters in New York, and Bank Gallery in
Los Angeles.


Jody Zellen at Pace Digital Gallery

Tue Oct 18, 2005 00:00 - Sun Sep 25, 2005

Pace Digital Gallery is pleased to present:
Jody Zellen, "Trigger", a site-specific installation.
October 18 - November 8, 2005
163 William Street, between Beekman and Ann
New York, NY
Please join us at the opening reception Tuesday, October 18th, 6 - 8pm.

details, including map and directions: http://www.pace.edu/digitalgallery

for info contact directors Jillian Mcdonald and Francis T Marchese digitalgallery@pace.edu


International media art festival in Armenia

Thu May 26, 2005 08:39


International media art festival at ACCEA (Armenian
Center Contemporary Experimental Art),  Yerevan,
Armenia, August 9-30th, 2005.

DEADLINE: July 20, 2005

The festival will be ACCEA's second extensive media
art exhibition. The festival will present internet,
video and sound-installations, highlighting new
aesthetic concepts using digital technologies. The
festival will provide a focus highlighting the
autonomous use of digital technologies as a means of
expression by individuals or individual groups.

For more information go to:


Urbanisms exhibition Apr - June, reception May 3

Tue May 03, 2005 00:00 - Thu Apr 14, 2005

Pace Digital Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition curated by Annette Weintraub.

Pace Digital Gallery
163 William St, NYC
Tu - Fr, 10 - 6
info digitalgallery@pace.edu

artists: David Crawford • Sylvain Hourany • Ruy Klein Architecture + Paul Myoda • Stanza • Marek Walczek + Martin Wattenberg

Urbanisms is a selection of projects that remap and revisualize the city through the processing and reinterpretation of diverse streams of information: sound, captured visual images and texts. The projects in this exhibition reflect the dynamic diversities of urban patterning and permit us to perceive the city in different ways: through surprising juxtapositions of sounds, in the minute physical gestures of its inhabitants, in a changing collision of passers-by and their environment, in the accumulations of data flowing from online to physical space, and in the mechanisms of surveillance and control that provide a constant stream of visuals as byproduct.

Urbanisms offers an expanded vision of urbanism—or more precisely, a multiplicity of urbanisms—that is global, dynamic and mutating and present a spectacle of ever-shifting patterns of visual, aural and cultural information to be processed, manipulated and reconstituted anew.

exhibition April 12-June 10, 2005
reception Tuesday, May 3, 2005, 6-8 pm

details + map + directions

Francis T Marchese, CSIS
Jillian Mcdonald, Fine Arts

assistant director
Will Pappenheimer


tuesday april 19, mary flanagan + kristen lucas at Pace University

Tue Apr 19, 2005 00:00 - Wed Apr 13, 2005

Pace Digital Gallery is pleased to present our second series of talks by internationally recognized new media artists. Free and open to the public - Please join us!

Tuesday April 19 - mary flanagan + kristen lucas
6pm, 163 william St, 14th floor (follow the signs)
info digitalgallery@pace.edu

Mary Flanagan is an inventor-designer-activist in New York City and leads the tiltfactor research group at Hunter College. Flanagan's artwork has been shown internationally at venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, SIGGRAPH, Ars Electronica, the Guggenheim, and other international venues. Her essays on digital art and gaming have appeared in many periodicals and books including Art Journal and Wide Angle. Her books include Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture (MIT Press 2002), the co-written book Similitudini. Simboli. Simulacri (SIMilarities, Symbols, Simulacra) in Italian (Unicopli, 2003), and reskin (forthcoming, MIT Press). She is the creator of “The Adventures of Josie True,” the first internet adventure game for girls, and is co-founder of Rapunsel, a research project to teach girls programming (http://www.rapunsel.org). Her projects have been funded by the National Science Foundation, the Pacific Cultural Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. In the 1990s, Flanagan was also a media producer/game designer, garnering over 20 international awards for titles produced for The Discovery Channel, Creative Wonders/ABC, and Knowledge Adventure. She is Associate Professor of Software Art and Culture at Hunter College, NYC.

Kristen Lucas has been screening and exhibiting work in the US and abroad since 1996. Her sci-fi distopias and conspiracy theories balance seriousness with humor, and have resulted in video, internet, sculpture, performance, and installation works. Lucas’s works are represented by Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) and Postmasters Gallery. She recently participated in the Lower East Side Rotating Studio Program (Artists Alliance, Inc) and produced a radio play for the 6th Werkleitz Biennale in Halle, Germany. Lucas received her BFA from Cooper Union in New York in 1994 and is taking drumming lessons from a CD.
Kristin Lucas will present patch-works for correspondence and performance in addition to exercises in self-medication. These patch-works are informed by Lucas’s on-going interest in mediated communication, the subtleties between brainwashing, programming, and evolutionary mutation, compliance and compatibility, and by research on the social ecology of Silicon Valley and the legacy of Cold War science. Among the works Lucas will present are Your New ID (2005), an on-and-offline correspondence project, and Bubble Bath (2005), a computer animation of an “imagined” machine that randomly heaves silicon chips and pills.

this talk concludes our Spring series, please join us in the Fall.
details + map + directions

Francis T Marchese, CSIS
Jillian Mcdonald, Fine Arts

assistant director
Will Pappenheimer