“Ascension” is a wonderful augmented reality work that Richard Humann a NYC based artist, is presenting for the first time at the Venice Biennale.
This video tells about Mr. Humann’s inspiration behind the work and how augmented reality can transforms the sky into visions for everyone.
At the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts, Unity, ME
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 influential role in video and new media art practice. His manipulated Continue reading
Switzerland is the featured country of the BIAN festival an International Digital Art Biennial in Montreal. This year they will be showcasing the work of talented Swiss artists and collectives.
This third edition of the International Digital Art Biennial of Montreal – BIAN – is focused on the theme of AUTOMATA – Art made by machines for machines. It explores the impact of artificial intelligence in art and culture, with a program of robotic, immersive, virtual reality, augmented reality, sculpture and digital video works. Continue reading
WEB-MINDSCAPE by Claudia Robles-Angel is an interactive audiovisual environment, created by light and octophonic sound, in which visitors have the opportunity to use an EEG interface, which measures their brain waves. The installation makes visual and audible unconscious internal reactions that are produced in the Continue reading
Dr. Peter Snyder is a Professor of Neurology at Brown University. His presentation Woodturning My Way through Brain Research presented by Brown’s Creative Medicine Lecture Series, was about the intersection of biomedical research and his visual art, woodturning. This was an unusual talk from the vantage point of one who is both a scientist as well as an artist. Rarely is the topic of the junction of art and science discussed much less from the viewpoint of an individual who straddles both realms. It began by setting the stage with a short history of visual art in neuroscience. He then Continue reading
For over forty years, the Experimental Television Center (ETC) in Owego, New York, has been one of North America’s preeminent organizations for video art, fostering a community for creativity and innovation through its residency and tool-building programs. The Experimental Television Center: A History, Etc . . . is the first academic survey of the Center’s prolific, yet under-recognized, Continue reading
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. The exhibition’s title is a fragment taken from Richard Brautigan’s 1967 poem “All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace.” The exhibition Ms. Schwendener notes “features art based on systems that generally support” Brautigan’s vision of “imagined mammals and computers living together in ‘mutually programming harmony,’” while calling for more alliances between art and technology that eschew business opportunities. Continue reading