Nanette Wylde
Since 2002
Works in Redwood City, California United States of America

Nanette Wylde is a conceptual artist, writer and cultural worker making socially reflective, language-based works generally in hybrid media. She has a BA in Behavioral Science from San Jose State University. Her MFA is in Interactive Multimedia from Ohio State University. She is Professor of Art & Art History at California State University, Chico where she developed and heads the Digital Media/Electronic Arts Program.

Her interests include: language, personality, difference, beliefs, systems, ideas, movement, reflection, identity, perceptions, structures, stories, socializations, definitions, context, memory, experience, change, and residue.
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cfp: Online interactive works in the Digital Humanities

Mon May 27, 2013 00:00

Palo Alto, California
United States of America

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is seeking online creative works in the Digital Humanities to be exhibited in conjunction with our annual New Works Festival. We are specifically looking for audience participatory works which bridge art, literature, or performance with new technologies.

Submission Deadline: May 27, 2013
• Works must be interactive.
• Technologies used must be widely accessible and not require uncommon plugins/downloads.
• Submissions must be published and available online.
• Created 2011 or later.
• Up to two submissions per artist or collaborative entity.

To submit your projects:
Email the following information to:
Your Name
Work Title
Work URL
Work Description (100 words or less)
Year of Creation

No email attachments please.

Please put New Works Submission in the email subject line.

Additional information may be requested of selected and short listed works.

Curators: Tom Bruett, Associate Director of New Works; and Nanette Wylde, Professor, Art & Art History, California State University, Chico.

TheatreWorks’ New Works Festival
August 10 - 18, 2013
Lucie Stern Theatre
Palo Alto, California


Chico.Art.Net 2010

Tue Oct 12, 2010 00:00

United States of America

Chico.Art.Net 2010
Call for Participation

It's time to submit your entries for Chico.Art.Net 2010. Each year this
International online exhibition showcases notable examples of Internet art.

Submission Deadline: October 12, 2010.

Requirements for submissions:
-Artwork must be hosted on your own website for at least a year.
-Artwork must be on a stable web page without any other projects, project
links or advertising.
-Artwork must be dynamic (ie: video, flash, animation.)
-No still imagery (ie: photography, digital prints, paintings)
-Artwork must be created after 2008.
-Only submit artwork that is accessible to a wide audience.
We will not review work that requires downloadable plug-ins.
-All work submitted must be complete. No in-progress work will be accepted.

Submit your project URL to:
Selected artists will be notified by early November.

Thank You and Good Luck!
-The CSU Chico Digital Media and Electronic Arts Program


Mon Dec 28, 2009 00:00 - Mon Dec 28, 2009

The Digital Media/Electronic Arts Program at California State University Chico is pleased to announce the launch of v5!

This edition of focuses on engagement with finding connections between people and their individual, historical and cultural concepts while utilizing contemporary technologies. is an international juried exhibition which demonstrates an aspect of the diversity and pulse of this contemporary art form. Experience at

The featured works are:

• 88 Constellations for Wittgenstein (to be played with the Left Hand) by David Clark
“88 Constellations for Wittgenstein (to be played with the Left Hand)” correlates historical concepts and characters which interconnect with the questions that Ludwig Wittgenstein pondered in his career as a philosopher: logic, language, the nature of thinking, and the limits of knowledge--in relation to our contemporary digital world.

• Exile Paranoia by Nassrin Nasser
“Exile Paranoia” is a visual expression of the artist's inner feelings surrounding her experience of immigration from Iran into Western culture. Shot in Tehran and London, the film is a powerful example of mood and feeling illustrated through surrealism and metaphor.

• i made this. you play this. we are enemies. by Jason Nelson
"i made this. you play this. we are enemies." is an art game and interactive digital poem built on screen shots from influential community-based websites and portals. Using messy hand drawn elements, strange texts, sounds, and multimedia layering this project invites users to play and exist outside and over the controlling constraints of the world we browse.

• Landscape Memory #1 by Arthur Tuoto
With a conceptual backdrop dealing with memory and the everyday, “Landscape Memory #1” marries sound and visual abstraction. This two minute film was shot entirely on mobile phone.

• The Interactive Book of Changes -- I Ching by Jing Zhou
“The Interactive Book of Changes -- I Ching” translates an ordered universe into a system of parallel symbols--sixty-four hexagrams, which express various human situations. From the Chinese perspective, all phenomenal existence is conditioned by two polarities--Yin and Yang. These represent the dynamic of change. This interactive version of the I Ching brings ancient ideas into a modern venue, rejuvenating an old culture as well as transforming and enriching future ones.


Citizenship Alert

Tue Nov 04, 2008 00:00 - Tue Oct 28, 2008

Citizenship Alert

American elections provide opportunities for increased engagement and dialogue — around the water cooler, at the kitchen table, with your stylists and self-help gurus. Questions and opinions about candidates, issues and the political environment can evolve into vigorous debate, interpersonal crises and political advocacy.

It's the perfect time for "Meaning Maker!

Download your free "American Citizenship" edition.

Meaning Maker — a conceptual art project by PreNeo Press.


exhibition announcement: Corporate Art Expo '07 @ The Lab, SF

PreNeo Press is pleased to announce the launch of
three new Meaning Maker editions in conjunction with
the exhibition "Corporate Art Expo '07" at The Lab in
San Francisco on March 30, 2007.

The new editions are: American Citizenship Edition,
Periodic Personal Evaluation Edition, and Relationship
to Nature Edition. These are added to Meaning Maker's
2006 stable: Academic Conference Edition, Art Viewing
Experience Edition, and Family Gathering Edition. More
on Meaning Maker at:

Lucky attendees can vie for giveaways of Meaning Maker
products at the opening reception.

Exhibition Dates: March 30 - April 28, 2007
Opening Reception: Friday, March 30, 6-9 PM
Gallery Hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays, 1-6 PM
Panel Discussion: Saturday, April 14, 4-6 PM

The LAB is located at 2948 16th Street at Capp in San
Francisco's Mission District.
p: 415.864.8855

"Corporate Art Expo '07"
Shane Montgomery, curator

Featuring the Anti-Advertising Agency, Acclair, C5
Corporation, Davis & Davis Research, Meaning Maker,
Death and Taxes, Inc., Old Glory Condom Co., PP
Valise, SubRosa, Slop Art, TDirt, Tectonic
Corporation, and We Are War

Curator Statement:
Over the last few years, a new group of artists have
emerged that package themselves as corporate entities.
They develop a company name, a branding scheme, and
utilize the language of advertising and marketing.
These individual artists and collectives create art
objects, marketing materials, and performative
event-based pieces that can exist in a gallery setting
as well as in the public sphere. Much of this work
centers around issues of capitalism and consumerism.
By putting this work within the context of fictional
products or alternative services, we are able to
engage in a more enhanced conversation around topics
ranging from globalization, immigration reform, and
health care in a way that is whimsical and visually inspiring.