Nita Sturiale
Since 2003
Works in Lexington, Massachusetts United States of America

Nita's work explores the relationships between intellect, emotion, natural phenomena, and emerging technologies. She has presented her work at Boston Museum of Science, MIT's Media Lab, Cambridge River Arts Festival, Tufts University, Mills College, Harvard University, in Wales, Beijing, and Milan, as well as online. She is included in Stephen Wilson's book, Information Arts (MIT Press, 2001). Nita has been a member of the Nature and Inquiry artist group since 1991. With this group, she directed the award-winning Invisible Ideas - a GPS-enabled audience participation event premiering at the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2003. Recent work includes an interactive installation with Jane Marsching, Weight of God; a podcast about guilt, Stations of a Commute; and gift performance about hormones and womenhood, Pietre Preziose. Nita is currently a Professor in the Studio for Interrelated Media at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She earned her MFA from Tufts University/SMFA and a M.Ed. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. She lives in Lexington, MA, with her husband, two daughters, and one guinea pig.

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Location-aware artwalk

Mon Apr 28, 2003 00:00 - Sun Apr 27, 2003

GPS-enabled artwork, Invisible Ideas, premieres in Boston,
part of Boston Cyberarts Festival

You are invited to walk through Boston's oldest park and encounter ideas in the air. 'Invisible Ideas' links words, sounds, and images to locations on Commonwealth Avenue, the Public Garden, and the Boston Common. Discover this landscape of ideas using GPS-enabled handheld computers available at the Copley Society of art (CoSo),158 Newbury Street, Boston. A visual tracing of your walk will be displayed at the CoSo gallery.

April 10-May 10
Tues-Sat 10:30-5:30, Sun April 26 and May 4, 1-5
Copley Society of art(CoSo), 158 Newbury St, Boston

Admission is free, Borrower agreement required to sign out equipment.
Walk is wheelchair accessible

For more info email or visit

'Invisible Ideas