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“I Sell the Shadow to Support the Substance”
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“I Sell the Shadow to Support the Substance”

Here’s a fascinating post from Art Blart (aka: Dr. Marcus Bunyan). Its an archival project from the The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) who are currently running an exhibition on the runaway slave Sojourner Truth, who was an abolitionist, feminist, and orator during the 1800’s and the American Civil War. It not … Continue reading

Art is a Form of Encryption:
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Art is a Form of Encryption:

Laura Poitras in Conversation with Lynn Hershman Leeson | PEN America https://pen.org/interview/laura-poitras-conversation-lynn-hershman-leeson Long before the digital revolution and virtualization of identities became part of our everyday lives, American artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson created surrogate personas and investigated issues of surveillance, interfacing of humans and technology, and media as a tool to counter censorship … Continue reading

<a href="SoundDome.Org">SoundDome.Org</a> – SoundDome16
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SoundDome.Org – SoundDome16

http://www.sounddome.org/sounddome16 SoundDome: Composing with Space “What makes your heart sing? For me, and for the other members of SoundDome.Org it is the point of intersection between sound, technology, and space. The sound dome brings to life an extraordinary three-dimensional sound world previously conceivable only in the imagination of the composer.”  Dr John Coulter Managing Trustee   Continue reading

Matt Mullican: Beyond the Planetarium
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Matt Mullican: Beyond the Planetarium

“I went from being surrounded by things—dealing with how we name them and how we experience our environment through naming—to the opposite end of the spectrum: starting with nothing, then calling the objects into being.” —Matt Mullican, “Planetarium“ Planetarium: Matt Mullican A digital project, part of And Yet It Moves Matt Mullican was born in 1951 and currently … Continue reading

timeline of 2oth c. art and new media
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timeline of 2oth c. art and new media

[click on the image to expand] http://www.ramakarl.com/website/ Rama Hoetzlein is an interactive media artist and computer scientist working in the areas of knowledge engineering and behavioral systems. I seek to develop the theoretical foundations of new media arts, and to explore the design, limitations, and capabilities of intelligent systems. My goal is to enable convergence … Continue reading

jon rafman
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jon rafman

Mainsqueeze, 2014 Bizarrely beautiful and shockingly real and affronting canadian video artist jon rafman’s work redefines the classical notions of surreal in the techno-digital world we live in today. Caught between a sense of longing for the real to be far more than we believe it can be, his works echo to a moment in time … Continue reading