Artists M. River and T. Whid formed MTAA in 1996 and soon after began to explore the internet, video, software and sculpture as mediums for their conceptually-based art. The duo’s exhibition history includes group shows and screenings at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Postmasters Gallery and Artists Space, all in New York City, and at The Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. In "New Media Art" (Taschen, 2006), authors Mark Tribe and Reena Jana describe MTAA’s "One Year Performance Video (aka samHsiehUpdate)" as “a deftly transparent demonstration of new media’s ability to manipulate our perceptions of time.” The collaboration has earned grants and awards from Creative Capital, Rhizome.org, Eyebeam, New Radio & Performing Arts, Inc. and The Whitney Museum of American Art.
SOURCE Professional development & networking forum for artists
This all day event presents networking opportunities and professional development workshops for artists looking to jump start their creative careers.
Artist to Artist Dialogue/Artist-to-Curator slide Review/Legal Issues in the Arts/Artists and Health Insurance/Writing the Perfect Artist Statement/Creative Capital Strategic Planning Intensives/Post Event Reception and open Ipod Djing.
When: Saturday, October 15, 2005, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Where: Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
591 Broad Street (between Central & New Street), Newark
Price: $25, includes box lunch
Free to Aljira Emerge alumni
OPEN INVITATION TO ALL NEW JERSEY & METRO-AREA ARTISTS
TECHNORGANIC is a one-night mini-festival celebrating the autumnal equinox through the uncommon merger of new media art technologies with an emphasis on creative figurations of the natural environment. The evening will include live, multimedia performances as well as works in digital video, net-animations, earthwork-installation, and sound-art from artists and students experimenting in this emerging field.
TECHNORGANIC will take place at The Pine Lake Environmental Campus of Hartwick College in the upper Catskills approximately 8 miles from the main campus in Oneonta, NY. Vans will provide transportation from Hartwick main campus leaving at 6:30 from the Yager Museum. Driving directions are available at: http://hartwick.edu/x8074.xml
7:00 PM September 22nd, 2005
(Rain Date September 29th)
TECHNORGANIC will feature: Infinite-Digital-Musings (in the deep woods) by MTAA of Brooklyn, NY. Information Art from Tom Sherman of Nerve Theory. New Media Installation-Earthwork by Terry Slade. Enviro-Digi-Video Actions by David Kinney. Net Animations by Soo Yeun Ahn. Supernatural Performance-video by Torsten Zenas Burns. LIVE and INTOUCH Transmedia Performances by Bob Peppermint & Experiganza including renowned middle-eastern percussionist Eric LaPerna. And many more to come…
TECHNORGANIC: Mini-festival of New Media Art Technologies and the Environment http://www.ecoarttech.net/technorganic
i'm hoping some of you can download and test the new version 2 (beta) of CarnivorePE. to solve previous bugs in the windows version, the app has been completely rewritten in java and has been tested on MacOSX, Win2k+XP, and Slackware Linux. if you like, you can test it here:
please let me know if it works for you. feedback always welcome...
if you have made a carnivore client in the past, fire it up and let
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compatibility is key, so let me know if you have problems...
64 Steps Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the opening and subsequent exhibition of Peter Horvath's newest work of web cinema 'Tenderly Yours' as a projected installation. A 65 page, limited edition hardcover publication accompanies the exhibition.
With appearance and narration spoken by Joséphine Truffaut [...]
Click thru for more. Peter Horvath is a recipient of one of Rhizome's 2005 net art commissions as well.
The Secret Lives of Lost Lighters
Have you ever wondered what happens to your cigarette lighter when you lend it to someone and don't get it back? Six Degrees of Smoking is a global artistic collaboration to delve into the secret lives of lost lighters. Lighters are handed out or posted to those who wish to be involved. The recipient then photographs themselves smoking a cigarette and submits it via MMS or email. He then passes the lighter on to a fellow smoker (either a friend or a stranger) and the process is repeated. Each lighter is numbered and so they can be tracked on their travels. [Remember Traces of Fire?]