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About China Blue

China Blue is an internationally exhibiting artist and the Founding Director of The Engine Institute. She is the recipient of a 2012 RISCA Fellowship in New Genres and her exhibition "Firefly Trees" was nominated for 2012 Best Monographic Museum Show Nationally by the International Association of Art Critics. Her in depth worked in sound was what drove her to be the first person to record the Eiffel Tower in Paris and through a NASA/Rhode Island Space Grant she was invited to do a pilot study to record nature in an innovative way. She has shown her works in museums, galleries and non-profit institutions for over 20 years. Her work has been widely covered in web, television and print media including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and NPR.

Analog Futures

Bernagozzi, Cathodic Vernacular, 2016

Analog Futures features work by two generations of artists who emphasize the material and sculptural potential of media technology: Aldo Tambellini, Brandon Barr, Jason Bernagozzi and the collaborative partners known as LoVid. Beginning in the 1960s, Tambellini has played an … Continue reading

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Biomedical Research and Visual Art

Cerebellar Purkinge Cell Vessel I. Spalted maple, ebony, and copper, 2014

Dr. Snyder’s talk: “Woodturning My Way through Brain Research” was about the intersection of biomedical research and his visual art, woodturning. Continue reading

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Art Science Technology and Poetry

Brautigan, "All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace"

Art, Science, Technology and 1960’s poetry are odd bed fellows in Martha Schwendener’s New York Times piece “‘All Watched Over’ Contemplates Art’s Relationship to Technology.” In this review Schwendener comments on the recent art exhibition “All Watched Over” at the James Cohen Gallery. Continue reading

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Nature and Art and the Nature of Language

Main Entrance, with Koivisto

Finlayson Art Area, FAA is a new art exhibition organized by the Himmelblau Printmaking Studio in Tampere, Finland. For this event Finnish artists as well as an international artist were invited to participate. It is unusual because it is being held in both unexpected and traditional locations through out the town of Tampere, Finland. Continue reading

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Guang Zhu: An Aquarium of Equations

Zhu, "One Music Note"

An Aquarium of Equations is an exhibition about the poetry of parametric equations, in the form of prints and computational visualizations. Continue reading

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Robert Curcio: Director, Curator and Art Adviser an Interview

Robert Curcio

This interview is with Robert Curcio about his 24 years of experience working as a director, curator and art adviser. Continue reading

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Clint Fulkerson’s Tessellation Drawings

Fulkerson Mural

China Blue interviews Clint Fulkerson about his tessellation drawings. Continue reading

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Engineering’s creative side proposed

Embrace engineering is about the benefits of integrating creative work in engineering to solve the skills crises.

Engineering will benefit from incorporating creatives states Sir John O’Reilly in an interview with Judith Burns, Education reporter at the BBC News. Continue reading

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A Garden of Sound Art at Caramoor

Rosen House, Caramoor, Katonah, NY

“In the Garden of Sonic Delights” is an innovative and timely presentation that brings to light 16 artists working in sound art within the landscape. Continue reading

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Listening to Asteroid Impacts

Simulated Asteroid Impacts

China Blue talks about cataclysmic sounds we might not survive hearing and her experiences recording simulated asteroid impacts at NASA’s Ames Vertical Gun. Continue reading

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