will be ASCI's 18th art-sci exhibition at the New York Hall of Science; Sept.17, 2016 - Feb.26, 2017
Stefani Allegretti, Andrea Baatz, Pat Badani, Myka Baun, Debra Bianculli, Mary Ann Biehl, Don Cooper, Galina Dargery, Carol Devine, Shoshanah Dubiner, Lyubava Fartushenko, Bereza & Fearnside, Gints Gabrans, Michael Hadley, Mary Johnson, Ken Knowlton, Juni Kusumanto, Chantal Lefebvre, Maria Michails, Debra Olin, Mariona Otero, Michele Parliament, Pamela Parker, Ari Richter, Irena Romendik, Kazuma Sambe, Storm & Perea, Danling Xiao, and Timur York
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ASCI began organizing "art-tech" exhibitions in in New York City (1992) by nurturing kinetic art, interactive light-art, solar art, digital prints, cyber-art, and women-working-with-technology. This early work forms an important historical context for the work being created today. Since 2006, our annual "art-sci "exhibitions at the New York Hall of Science have been jurored by one art and one science juror... just one more of our innovative and holistic approaches!
ASCI SYMPOSIA & PANELS ARCHIVE: ASCI's early symposia, and public panel discussions which included New York's first "Art & Technology Speaker Series" (held at The Cooper Union in NYC (1993-95), and also the "1st CYBER FAIR for Artists" (1995), and our four seminal ArtSci Symposia on Collaboration (1998-2002), all broke new ground nationally and inter-nationally by providing a critical coalescing and nurturing force for those art-sci practitioners and organizations who were at the forefront of what is now our burgeoning field.
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Art Murphy's solo show The Geology of the Devonian: In the Heart of the Catskills; Opening Reception at the Catskill Center, Arkville, NY; June 4, 2016 with talks by the artist and Dr. Robert Titus (aka "The Catskills Geologist") and his co-author wife, Johanna Titus; the show runs thru July 30, 2016.
~The Cancer ART-SCI Network (info here) seeks global participants and offers opportunity to publish research in a Special Section of the peer-reviewed Leonardo Journal.
(detail) Jonathan Feldschuh's Large Hadron Collider series of paintings is an exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences gallery, Washington, DC; thru July 18, 2016.
~ Lisa Jacobson has been awarded a 2016 Watershed Education grant from the Catskill Watershed Corp and The New York City Department of Environmental Protection, to create a series of “Art is a Living Ecosystem” public workshops at The Catskill Center For Conservation and Development.
~ Randi Ehrhart's 8-yr. art-sci project, "Regeneration: Re-constituting Nature, Insects and Other Lifeforms", will open June 23, 2016 at the new Lenape Gallery at the Conference House Park Visitor Center, Tottenville, Staten Island, NYC. www.ConferenceHouse.org
~ Laura Splan's recent EMG data-driven sculptures will be on view in "CODE and NOISE", an exhibition at the CURRENTS New Media Festival in Santa Fe, NM; from June 10- 26, 2016.
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