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China Blue is an award winning international artist whose current work focuses on the brain. Brainwaves of individuals, sensed through her customized EEG software, control the light and sound of an interactive sculpture and also dynamically create personal mind produced drawings. With her Cultural Connectomes she mines the history of art to illuminate unexpected relationships and to show how artistic ideas have been disseminated through societies. Over the past two decades she has created sound art works that focus on researching and developing data sonification. This has lead to discovering the hidden acoustics imbedded in the iron of the Eiffel Tower, submerged in Venice’s water or encased in NASA’s Vertical Gun chamber. This sound work is the foundation of her current focus. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of The Engine Institute.

EU announces Science, Technology and the ARTS

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The European Union has announced the opening of the new STARTS platform; STARTS stands for Science, Technology and the ARTS. Continue reading

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Abelardo Morell’s Snow Derived Photographs

Morell "Vertical Landscape" Bowdoin CollegeWeb

Abelardo Morell’s photographs of snow are not what you would expect. Laced together from multiple negatives Morell captures textures from close up, panoramas and negative cliché verre prints into large-scale photographs. Author Cate McQuaid says: “Morell depicts winter as rugged, … Continue reading

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Benchamma: Representation of Dark Matter

Abdelkader Benchamma, "Representation of Dark Matter"

Benchamma created an astronomical vortex in the strikingly graphic large-scale drawing, Representation of Dark Matter at the Drawing Center. Continue reading

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Ken Ueno: Four Contemplations

Asian; Japanese, Dainichi Nyorai Buddha, ca. 1150. Museum Appropriation Fund.

Ueno has drawn upon the foundations of mindfulness in Buddhist theology to create his new composition “Four Contemplations” at RISD Museum. Continue reading

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The Flavor Genome by Anicka Yi

Cruisin for a Brusin by Anicka Yi

Anicka Yi’s work for the MIT List Visual Arts Center foregrounds her ongoing project The Flavor Genome. Continue reading

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[KE] 3 by Zimoun

Zimoun, Installation View

[KE] 3 is a series of three collaborative solo exhibitions in New York that feature kinetic sculpture by Swiss installation artist Zimoun. Continue reading

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Atmosphere in White by Artist Nicola L.

Atmosphere In White-Liverpool

Nicola L.’s “Atmosphere in White” is an exhibition that spans five decades of functional objects and furniture, and conceptual sculptures by the artist. Continue reading

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Elizabeth Goldring: “An Experience of Seeing”

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Elizabeth Goldring calls her “Retina Prints” visual poems that interpret what she “sees” with her own blind eyes—“traces of laborious experiences with seeing, memories of woven words and images ‘sitting’ on my retinas.” Continue reading

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Otto Piene & Electronic Art in New England

Otto Piene, Electronic Light Ballet, from The Medium is the Medium, WGBH, 1969

This exhibition examines Otto Piene and his role as a founding figure in art and technology in New England. Continue reading

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Sensing the Future: László Moholy-Nagy

László Moholy-Nagy at a training of bodily awareness, probably at the Feminist womens’ commune Schwarzerden, unknown photographer, ca. 1925

Sensing the Future looks at the sensory focus of the visionary Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy and the the influence of new technologies on our sensory experiences. Continue reading

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