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“Different Ways to Infinity” an Interview with Felix Luque Sanchez by China Blue

"DWI Modular" Photograph by Gridspace

“DWI Modular”
Photograph by Gridspace

Different Ways to Infinity was part of the exhibition PHYSICAL/ITE-BIENNALE organized by the International Digital Arts Biennale and held  this year from May through June at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Canada.

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SciArt in America Opens Much Needed SciArt Center

SciArt CenterThe magazine SciArt in America just announced their opening in Manhattan, of a center devoted to the coming together of scientists and artists called: SciArt Center.

Scientists seek answers to the same fundamental Continue reading

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New York Walkscape, An interactive Soundtrack to Lower Manhattan

Walk With MeImagine walking through Lower Manhattan and hearing the sounds around you become ever-changing music as you move. The serendipity of the moment determines what you hear.

Curated by the Dutch composer duo Strijbos and Van Rijswijk,
New York Walkscape unravels as you explore Lower Manhattan. Based on the custom-built iPhone app Walk With Me, and Continue reading

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Automatic Art: Human and Machine Processes that Make Art

Chance, Order, Change-21...Divergences 1 by Kenneth-Martin

Chance, Order, Change-21…Divergences 1 by Kenneth-Martin

“The technique of any art consists of a language and a logic”
Paul Cézanne

An artist’s “language” consists of many elements – colours, lines, shapes. The “logic” is the set of rules developed by the artist for selecting those elements and putting them together.

Over the last 50 years British artists have been pioneering Systems Art and Computer Art. These artists create artworks Continue reading

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In the Garden of Sonic Delights

Wild Energy by Annea Lockwood & Bob Bielecki

Wild Energy by Annea Lockwood & Bob Bielecki

An Exhibition of New Sound Art
In the Garden of Sonic Delights is a major exhibition of sound art woven into the fabric of Westchester County, NY. Centered at Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, the exhibition spans six of the region’s most dynamic cultural institutions and features fifteen commissioned, site-specific artworks by some of the world’s most sought-after artists working in the medium of sound. Continue reading

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Spencer Finch at Turner Contemporary

Back to Kansas, Finch, 2013Turner Contemporary presents a major exhibition of work by American artist Spencer Finch. Finch’s first solo exhibition in an English public gallery in over five years brings together new and recent works by the artist, all of which reflect on the changing coastal light of Margate and other sites. The exhibition will be accompanied by a group of JMW Turner’s watercolours selected by Finch from the Tate collection. Continue reading

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Anne-Sarah Le Meur

 

LeMeur Extra terre 47Anne-Sarah Le Meur questions virtual space for its potential for plasticity. She is intrigued by the kind of images that are still unknown, still unthought and undreamt that can be manifest. She uses a programming language, which she views is a radically method for an artist as it requires logic and rationality, but as a result her approach allows something unexpected, strange and passionate to evolve. Continue reading

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EM15 Celebrating 15 Years of Digital Arts and Electronic Music

EM15_logoEM15 is an annual event in Montréal that celebrated its 15th anniversary this year by joining forces with ELEKTRA and MUTEK to create a mind numbing 6 day long series of events. Continue reading

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Moving from STEM to STEAM: What Really Works

NEFDCThis New England Faculty Development Consortium conference at the Roger Williams University discusses the transition from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) to STEAM (STEM with Art). From learning about Continue reading

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“Hostage” Frederik de Wilde’s Blackest Color

de WildeThis color is a hue absent of all and any light. Frederik de Wilde created “blacker-than-black,” a material born of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) that has changed how we see or don’t see color. The nano-engineered discovery is grown from tiny nanotubes 10,000 times smaller than a piece of human hair and capable of absorbing more than 99% of the light that hits them.

He states “Interweaving art, science and technology enabled me to reconnect with society, challenge the art world to create a potentially deeper impact. ”

Read the interview with the artist here.

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