Rachel Clarke
Since 2003
Works in Sacramento, California United States of America

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BIO
Rachel Clarke (born UK) is an artist, writer, curator and and educator living in Sacramento, CA. Clarke is Professor of New Media in the Art Department at California State University, Sacramento.

Clarke is the founding editor of Media-N the CAA New Media Caucus’s international journal of digital and media arts. She served as Editor-in-Chief of Media-N from 2005 – 2011, and is currently serving on the editorial board.

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EVENT

Somnium Redux


Dates:
Sat Oct 11, 2008 00:00 - Thu Oct 09, 2008

Location:
United States of America

Somnuim Redux is a new media interactive installation by Rachel Clarke with audio composition and design by M. Azevedo, showing at Block Gallery, Sacramento, CA. This exhibit is part of an ongoing project that began in March 2008 in which Clarke collected dream narratives from interviews with numerous participants. This installation presents a visual interpretation of these narratives within an interactive environment.
Opening reception on Saturday October 11, 6 - 9pm at Block Gallery, 1020 10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814
Here is more information about Block and the show:
http://blockdowntown.com/exhibit_current.html


EVENT

Home and Away: Contemporary Video Art


Dates:
Thu Jul 10, 2008 00:00 - Thu Jul 10, 2008

Location:
United States of America

As a well-established and commonly used media in contemporary art practice, video and video installation are presented in this exhibit entitled “Home and Away: Contemporary Video Art” featuring works by local, regional and national artists. Through their works the artists examine notions of time, space and scale and investigate various psychological states. Others explore light and color, the body and the evocation of place.

The exhibition provides a sampling of the array of approaches undertaken by artists using video ranging across a broad spectrum: installation and interactive works, narrative and non-narrative, single and multi-channel formats. The exhibition demonstrates the power of video and digital image as potent forms of expression.

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OPPORTUNITY

media-N: Imaging in the Digital


Deadline:
Tue Jul 01, 2008 00:00

Call for Papers, media-N fall edition, 2008
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/journal/issues.php?f=papers&time=2008_spring&page=front
Theme: Imaging in the Digital

Guest Editors for this special issue are Paul Coldwell, Professor, Project Leader of FADE (Fine Art Digital Environment), at the University of Arts London and Joan Truckenbrod, Professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Artists create a collaboration between digital technology and varied materials. With studio practice sited at the threshold of the virtual world and the physical world, artists push one realm into the other in provocative directions. Digital imaging originates,erupting the new, positing new relationships between artist and artwork.

Artists and theorists are invited to discuss their artwork and/or critical thinking in this area. This issue will investigate alternative forms of digital expression and digital creativity in specifically created images and visual essays. We invite submissions on critical thinking and studio practices, specifically created images and visual essays.

Please submit via email to:
Joan Truckenbrod at jtruckenbrod@saic.edu and Paul Coldwell at coldwell.hodes@blueyonder.co.uk
Deadline: July 1, 2008

Event reviews:The editorial board also invites proposals for reviews of exhibitions, events, festivals, conferences, etc. See examples of reviews in the current issue.

[·] Media-N author's agreement is available from the Copyright Statement.

[·] Send manuscripts via email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (rclarke@csus.edu)


OPPORTUNITY

media-N journal announcement


Deadline:
Tue Jul 01, 2008 00:00

Location:
United States of America

Media-N spring 2008 edition, Intermedia is now online
Originally associated with Fluxus, and used by Fluxus artist Dick Higgins in the 1960s to describe interdisciplinary art forms and practices, the term Intermedia appears to have resurfaced now with new impetus, as a way to talk about contemporary practices beyond New Media. This edition explores the resurfacing of the term, and its new usage.
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/journal/issues.php?f=papers&time=2008_spring&page=front

Call for Papers, fall 2008 edition: Imaging in the Digital
Deadline: July 1, 2008
Guest Editors for this special issue are Paul Coldwell, Professor, Project Leader of FADE (Fine Art Digital Environmemt), at the University of Arts London and Joan Truckenbrod, Professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Artists and theorists are invited to discuss their artwork and/or critical thinking in this area. This issue will investigate alternative forms of digital expression and digital creativity. We invite submissions on critical thinking and studio practices, as well as specifically created images and visual essays.
Please submit via email to:
Joan Truckenbrod at jtruckenbrodsaicedu and Paul Coldwell at coldwellhodesblueyondercouk
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/journal/issues.php?f=papers&time=2008_spring&page=call

Rachel Clarke
Editor in Chief, media-N
Online Journal of the CAA New Media Caucus
ISSN: 1942-017X


OPPORTUNITY

Intermedia


Deadline:
Sat Dec 01, 2007 00:00

Location:
United States of America

media-N, online journal of the College Art Association New Media Caucus
http://www.newmediacaucus.org/media-n/index.htm

We invite papers from practitioners and theorists that explore the theme of Intermedia and its relation to the ever-evolving state of New Media.
Themes that could be explored (but are not exclusive) include:
- Definitions of Intermedia
- Distinctions, as they exist, between inter, multi, and trans- disciplinary practice, and the implied - boundaries.
- New relationships created between artists and audiences through Intermedia practices.
- Connections to pre-digital practice. The term Intermedia predates cyberspace and digital media, yet it seems comfortable with them.
- Intermedia in digital arts programs: the development of digital arts programs around a process of integration, and the integration of proximal areas of interest or histories.

Deadline: Dec 1 2007
Send questions / manuscripts via email to: Rachel Clarke, Editor in Chief (rclarke@csus.edu)