- E. TULCHIN has had his 3D CG work recently included in a new book: "CGI: The Art of the 3D Computer-Generated Image"; Abrams, Nov. 2004.
- ANDREA POLLI's collaborative net.art piece, "Heat and the Heartbeat of the zity," has been commissioned by Turbulence.org and launched Dec.1, 2004. [See Net.Art above]
- BRUCE WANDS Bruce Wands gave a public presentation/ discussion of his work, "Variations 703," an interactive multi-channel musical sculpture, as part of the New York SIGGRAPH Work Zone on Dec. 1, 1004 at the School of Visual Arts, NYC. http://www.brucewands.com/
- ANNA HILL - On December 3, 2004, Anna Hill and Image Now launched a lavish art publication of Hill's photographic journey through Finnish Lapland photographing the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Also included is an audio CD of the soundtrack from the installation including recordings made in Lapland, and a song composed by collaborator Lara O'Lionaird (Realworld Records).
- ROBERT BUELTEMAN's new image portfolio, entitled "Through the Green Fuse," was recently exhibited at the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering, and will be exhibited at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art 2/1/05-5/18/05.
- EVA LEE's work is included in the current show, "Between Interconnectedness," at Brooklyn's Smack Mellon Gallery [see exhibitions above].
- DEBRA SWACK's , "An Interest in Life (after Grace Paley)," is on exhibit in "Works from the Sol LeWitt Collection" at Real Art Ways in Connecticut through Feb. 5th 2005. http://www.realartways.org/events.htm
- ROBERT J. KRAWCZYK's viewer-directed generative art piece "Any Wall" [a Sol LeWitt parody], is part of the net art exhibit organized by California State University, Chico: http://www.csuchico.edu/art/net through March 2005.
- CORINNE WHITAKER will be showing her Digital ArchiBlobs at the Blue Room Gallery Holiday Show in San Francisco beginning Dece mber5th. Whitaker is a founding member of The Intrepids, an Alliance of California artists. http://www.giraffe.com/gr_pic_15.html
- MINA CHEON - is showing her new interactive multimedia installation, "Half Moon Eyes," in the group exhbition "Athena's Daughters" at Maryland Art Place (MAP) in Baltimore, Nov. 30 - Jan. 8, 2005. The audience enters voting booths to interact with touch screen monitors. http://www.MINALIZA1000.com
- FLASH LIGHT will have work included in "YOU/US" at Viridian Artists, 530 West 25th St.#407, NYC; Dec. 21-Jan. 8; Opening: Dec. 22, 5 -7 pm.
- HILARY LORENZ's drawings are now available at the: Matzo Files at http://www.matzofiles.org and please check my website for new work and new information: http://www.hilarylorenz.com
- TOVA BECK-FRIEDMAN's video “Passages” was accepted at Cinematic Film, a Paris based organization for the promotion of experimental films. “Passages” is the result of my collaboration with dancer and choreographer Dana Brewer-Plazinic, and composer Laura Andel. The video was filmed during her recent visiting artist residency at Louisiana Southeastern University. http://www.tbfstudio.com The video: http://www.cinematicfilm.com/
- LILLIAN BALL has artwork included in the traveling exhibition, "100 Artists See God," thru January, 2005; 12 - 7.30pm, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, The Mall. http://www.ici-exhibitions.org
- LESLIE SOBEL will have an one-artist show, "New Encaustic Works", at the Washington Street Gallery (120 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor MI ), Nov. 2 - Nov.28, 2004. Opening reception: Nov. 5, 7-9 p.m. Artist talk Friday Nov 19th 7pm. The pieces are encaustic on panel with photomicrographs and macro photographs altered in Photoshop. Details: http://www.wsg-art.com
- ANNA HILL presented her collaborative sound art project, "Auroral Synapse, at the Royal Institution, London, in October 26th as part of their "The Future of Sound (Part Two)" project.
- MARK CONIGLIO and his collaborator Dawn Stoppiello, received an honorable mention for their performance "Future of Memory" and Coniglio's software Isasdora® at the 2004 Prix Ars Electronica Cyberarts Competition in Linz Austria. Coniglio and Stoppiello were invited to attend the festival, where they presented an interactive installation based on the performance. http://www.apple.com/hotnews/articles/
- MAIDA WITHERS - Two reports of recent tours by Maida Withers Dance Construction Company in Russia are posted on the web page: http://www.maidadance.com [Current Projects].
- ANNA DUMITRIU - will be showing her prints and painting at the Lewes Contemporary Art Christmas show, part 2 on 11th December - Dec.23rd. There will be a drinks reception is between 12 and 2pm. http://www.annadumitriu.com
- VICTOR ACEVEDO will be showing recent digital prints in the exhibition called Digital Stories at the Digital Art Museum http://www.dam.org in Berlin from November 13, 2004 to January 12, 2005. DAM http: //www.dam.org/berlin/index.shtml?item=20
- W. BRADFORD PALEY recently spoke in two events related to his work in "The Passage of Mirage" currently at the Chelsea Art Museum: a gallery talk, Sept. 30th at the museum; then in the "Synthesizing Realities" panel with MoMA curator Barbara London and Kelly Dobson on October 10th, part of the "Negotiating Realities" symposium in the Tishman Auditorium, the New School, NYC
- DENNIS SUMMERS went to Galicia, Spain this summer to put up a "Crying Post," as a environmental art piece about the 2002 oil spill from the Spanish tanker, Prestiege off the coast of Spain. 64,000 tons, twice the amount of the Exxon Valdez, fouled the coastline devastating the local fishing industry, birds and wildlife. Ultimately, 1,900 miles of coastline has been polluted by the spill, including France, and as far away as Ireland. http://www.thecryingpostproject.org
- LUKE JERRAM , a NESTA fellow [awarded a 3-year fellowship to study the properties of space and perception] has created a series of "gifts for scientists": Dream device for an undisturbed place to think; Fortune predicting poetry machine; Edible binary data in storage jars; Eurekaphone; Seeds of Doubt. http://www.lukejerram.com
- REMO CAMPOPIANO - gave a special performance of “Three Blind Mice” as part of the FirstWorks Providence Festival at 191 Westminster Street in Providence. He's training little white mice to drive robots! This was also included in NYC ArtBots show. Documentation: http://remo.net/art/installations/
- AMY IONE will present a lecture during an Art and Science Symposium in late October at the Kyoto Institute of Technology. After the symposium I will also do a series of talks for students and faculty at the KIT. http://www.diatrope.com
- MICHAEL WRIGHT has multiple news listings about recent exhibitions: *The ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling Art Show at Ben Shahn Hall, Court Gallery of William Paterson University, Wayne New Jersy, closed Oct.15, 2004; *included in a group exhibition, Byte-Sized, Digital Miniatures in August at Viento y Agua Gallery in Long Beach, CA; and* he was a guest artist at the SIGGRAPH 2004 Guerrilla Studio in August.
- ANNA DUMITRIU - two of her digital artworks were selected for Digital 04 at The Hall of Science and we continue to be on show until December 5th, /artikel594.html
- JOANNE HANDLEY presents "Merge," a solo exhibition by ASCI member Joanne Handley at the Wollongong City Gallery, cnr Kembla and Burelli Sts, Wollongong, NSW Australia. The exhibition features paintings and digital prints which utilise new technologies supportive of their synthesis. Main gallery from Oct 30 - Dec 5, 2004. Official opening November 5 at 6.30 pm. More information: 02 4228 7500 or visit http://www.joannehandley.com
- ATHENA TACHA will have an one-artist show, "Shields and Universes", at the Marsha Mateyka Gallery in Washington, DC (2012 R St., NW), Nov. 5 - Dec.18, 2004. (Opening reception: Nov. 5, 6-8 p.m.) While the sculptural shields use bio materials and processes, the drawings deal with invisible realms of reality -- the cosmic and quantum scales.
- EVA LEE has an installation in the group exhibition, "SIX WINDOWS," the Rotunda Gallery, Citigroup Building; One Court Square, Long Island; Gallery hours: Monday – Friday, 7am to 6pm; October 19, 2004 - January 2, 2005. Details: www.nurtureart.org
- MINA CHEON has just been appointed a full-time professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
- CORINNE WHITAKER recently exhibited "AmphibioSapiens" at the
Pacific Art League in Palo Alto, California. And check-out the new look of her online publication, the Digital Giraffe www.giraffe.com ; http://www.pacificartleague.org/exhibits/
- HILLARY LORENZ will have a solo exhibition of watercolor drawings on paper at at AramonaStudio, 65 West 37th Street 4th Floor, NYC; thru Nov. 13, 2004 http://www.hilarylorenz.com
- BOBBI MASTRANGELO has contributed original art, Water Cover [p.11] to the current art aution benefiting the Attleboro Museum. Bobbi Mastrangelo
- DEBRA SWACK : In addition to being included in ASCI's digital print exhibition, "Tomorrow," jurored by Anne Barlow from the New Museum, at the New York Hall of Science; Debra Swack’s “24 Rules for Marriage” (24 cliches about marriage explored through notoriously bad wedding photography with quotes from “The Rules for Marriage” by Fein and Schneider) is at Gallery 128 (128 Rivington Street, NYC) through Oct. 16th.
- W. BRADFORD PALEY will be speaking twice in events related to his work in "The Passage of Mirage" currently in the Chelsea Art Museum: first a gallery talk from 7-9pm September 30th in the space itself (56 W 21st); then in the "Synthesizing Realities" panel with MoMA curator Barbara London and Kelly Dobson (11am-1pm October 10), part of the "Negotiating Realities" symposium in the Tishman Auditorium, 66 W 12th. Both events are free.
- DEENA DES RIOUX's "Family Reunion," a photo-based computer image from her ecology series, is reproduced in the current edition of the book, Exploring Color Photography ~ From the Darkroom to the Digital Studio by Robert Hirsch, published by McGraw-Hill, New York. The book stresses diverse working methods by treating analog, digital, and non-silver methods as equal photographic tools that are consciously applied by image makers to achieve their visual desires.
- KEN RINALDO's recent news includes: received an Award of Distinction in the Interactive Arts Category and he will participate in ARS ELECTRONICA, Linz, Austria, Sept 1st -Nov 17-04, displaying 3 robots of Augmented Fish Reality; participated in the BIENNALE ELECTRONIC ARTS, Perth, Australia. Sept 7th - Nov 17, in the "Bio Difference" exhibition and will display 3 robots of Augmented Fish Reality; and he will be a featured artist in "Digital Stadium," a weekly television program about digital art that is being aired on NHK Japanese public television in 2004.
- LUKE JERRAM has been commissioned by ArtsCatalyst in the UK to create, Ghost Plane, a site-specific artwork located in Europe's largest wind tunnel at the Farnborough airbase in the UK. Luke is a NESTA fellow. Details at: http://www.lukejerram.com
- AGNES DENES: "Projects for Public Places" is a retrospective exhibition at the Chelsea Art Museum, NYC. [see exhibitions above]
- JONATHAN FELDSCHUH is having a solo show in the Marella Project Space 1, Via Milano 27, Como, Italy; thru October 23, 2004. http://www.marellart.com
- HILARY LORENZ recently curated an exhibition, SUBjected, for the SafeT Gallery in Brooklyn; about artists who all share a common visual thread of obsessive mark or object making; thru October 17. http://www.SafeTGallery.com ; http://www.hilarylorenz.com
- JOSHUA FRIED, composer, recently presented [August in NYC] a new chamber work, "The Mirrored Fist," a collaboration with R. Erica Doyle. http://composer.home.acedsl.com
- ANNA DUMITRIU's recent and current shows include: Big Blip 2004, Brighton, UK; Generative art exhibition http://www.blip.me.uk ; On the Wall Art Fair 2004 at London Olympia; Sept.30 - Oct.3; http://www.on-the-wall.co.uk ; and she is included in ASCI's Digital04 exhibition, TOMORROW, Sept.10-Dec.5 in the Technology Gallery at the New York Hall of Science. /artikel594.html
- DONNA MARSHALL will be chairing a session at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Literature & Science at Duke University, Durham, NC, entitled, "Artists and Science." She will also give a presentation of paintings and paper entitled: PRIMAL LANDSCAPE: NOTHINGNESS, ROCKS, AND QUANTUM PHYSICS. www.donnamarshall.com
- MARK TRIBE's collaborative, online artwork, "StarryNight," is included in the exhibition "A SMALL LOOK AT GIGANTICISM," at the Gigantic ArtSpace, NYC. [see exhibitions above] http://rhizome.org/starrynight
- MARIANNE PETIT recently performed at the Galapagos Artspace, Brooklyn, with Main Squeeze Orchestra, the only all-female accordion ensemble in the western world. The 18 accordions sound like oboes, French horns or guitars, exploring the work of Kurt Weill, Strauss, The Kinks, and the Beatles.
- MINA CHEON directed a Summer Study Abroad Program in South Korea and developed an exhibition that documented the site-specific art made by the multidisciplinary group of students that reflected their Korea experience. The MICA KOREA exhibition is at: http://digital.mica.edu/mcheon/MICAKOREA
- SARA DIAMOND has collaborated to produce an exhibition catalog/CD-ROM, David Rokeby, by Sue Ditta and Sara Diamond, edited by Oakville Galleries, 2004; recently acquired by the Daniel Langlois Foundation's Centre for Research and Documentation.
- "KEN KNOWLTON's coarse-grained pointillism is pure visual magic that will last a long time..." says Douglas R. Hofstadter in his foreword to Al Seckel's new book, "Masters of Deception: Escher, Dali, and the Artists of Optical Illusion," Sterling Publishing Co., New York, NY, for release in Oct 2004. ISBN 1-4027-0577-8. Contains one chapter on each of 20 artists. See also http://www.KnowltonMosaics.com
- LAURA SPLAN was recently awarded a six month Kala Art Institute Fellowship Award (Berkeley, CA). While at Kala, she plans to create a series of inkjet prints on watercolor paper on which she will then draw with her own blood. The series will combine images of artificial organs and implants with nerve and vein-like structures surrounding them. http://www.laurasplan.com ; http://www.kala.org/2004.html
- SHANDIZ ZANDI is included in the exhibition, "Spatial Transcendence," at the Agora Gallery, Sept.16-Oct.6, 2004; Reception Sept.16, 6-8pm; 530 W. 25th St, Chelsea, NYC. http://www.Agora-Gallery.com / www.Art-Mine.com
- REBECCA RILEY'S show "Cellular Universe" will be opening on September 12, 2004, 2 - 5 pm at the Azarian-McCullough Gallery, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New York. The exhibit will feature paintings inspired by dynamic systems in the micro- and macro-universe. Sept.12 - Oct. 3, 2004. For info: 845-398-4195 or http://www.rebeccarileyart.com
- SHANDIZ ZANDI, Spatial Transcendence, Agora Gallery, 530 W. 25th St, Chelsea New York, NY 10001, 212-226-4151 / Fax: 212-966-4380, www.Agora-Gallery.com / www.Art-Mine.com. Life as Is 30"x40" Acrylic on Canvas. Reception: Thursday, September 16th, 2004 6-8pm. Exhibition Dates: September 16 - October 6, 2004. Gallery Hours:Tues - Sat 12-6pm, Chelsea Location
- LAURIE SPIEGEL, pioneer [and contemporary] electronic music composer, has added new work to her website: a limited edition transparent LP of her Kepler Harmonices Mundi that was recently reviewed in a Village Voice article: http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0431/beta.php; and http://www.aquariusrecords.org (then search for "Laurie Spiegel"); and her first "oooppppera performed by some furry friends?" can be heard via a streamable RealAudio version at: http://retiary.org/mice
- FLASH LIGHT's work is included in three political art shows in NYC: "The Presidency" at Exit Art [see exhibitions above];"Protest," curated by Ron Morosan, at RAW Space gallery, 511 W. 20th Street; opening reception is Aug. 26, 6-9pm; exhibition: Aug. 26-Sept. 26... AND,
"YW (Why War? Why Dubbya?)," Sept. 7-25, 2004, at Viridian Artists, 530 W. 25th St., NYC; Opening Reception: Friday,
Sept. 10, 6-9pm.
- W. BRADFORD PALEY will speak on Sept. 2 at this year's Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria, on "Information Visualization: Meaning, Evolution, and Design; How to Engage Cognition using Early Vision." He was also commissioned to trace and visualize the Ars Electronica social network at this year's festival; see TraceEncounters at: http://didi.com/brad
- DEENA DES RIOUX has been invited to exhibit two new digital prints in the "IV Evora Printmaking Festival, International Biennial", Evora, Portugal, August 1-31, 2004. For a listing of exhibitors, click on: http://www.cm-evora.pt/Gravura/
- ELLEN JANTZEN, Transmutations: The space where reality and cyberspace merge. Solo exhibition of organic sculptural forms and digital fine art prints by ASCI member Ellen Jantzen. At Fusion Artspace in San Francisco, 531 Howard Street. 415 618 0141; Aug 3 - 28, 2004. http://www.fusionartspace.com/Jantzen.htm
- LILLIAN BALL's work with glass is included in CUTTING EDGE show at the Exploratorium, San Francisco [details in Exhibitions]
- CHRISTOPHER JANNEY has created a new urban musical instrument [permanent public art installation] for Hyattsville, Maryland; and he presented this and other works at a Public Art Conference in July in Washington, D.C. http://www.janney.com
- REBECCA RILEY'S show "Cellular Universe" will be opening on September 12, 2004, 2 - 5 pm at the Azarian-McCullough Gallery, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New York. The exhibit will feature paintings inspired by dynamic systems in the micro- and macro-universe. Show is September 12 -October 3, 2004. For more information call 845-398-4195 or visit http://www.rebeccarileyart.com.
- BRANDON BALLENGEE has been in Korea over the summer, [in Gong-Ju] creating work for the Geumgang Art Biennale. http://natureartbiennale.org/eng/index.htm ; http://www.greenmuseum.org/ballengee
- ALYCE SANTORO - spent the summer in Maine at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and there is a nice little blurb about her Sonic Fabric on page 14 of the July/August issue (#12) of ReadyMade magazine. http://www.sonicfabric.com
- KEN RINALDO will receive an Award of Distinction in the Interactive Arts Category and will participate in ARS ELECTRONICA, Linz, Austria, Sept. 1-Nov. 17, 2004; display three robots of Augmented Fish Reality; he will exhibit the same works in the BIENNALE ELECTRONIC ARTS, Perth, Australia. Sept. 7-Nov. 17, in the Bio Difference exhibition, and will be a featured artist in "Digital Stadium," a weekly television program about digital art that is aired on NHK Japanese public television in 2004. http://www.artandtech.osu.edu
- EVA LEE has work included in a group show, Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions; thru Sept. 3rd; Kerrigan Campbell, 317 E. 9th Street, NYC; http://www.lumicon.de/lippmann/full.html
- MICHAEL WRIGHT - was a guest artist at two SIGGRAPH 2004 events [just held in Los Angeles Aug.8-12]: Gorilla Studio and the exhibition, Byte-Sized, Digital Miniatures. Also, several of his digital prints were acquired by the print collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK; and his work was also part of a touring exhibition in UK, "ArCade lV", The Fourth UK Open International Exhibition of Digital Fine Art Prints. http://home.earthlink.net/~mrwstudios/index.html
- MAIDA WITHERS DANCE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY has created socio-political, site-specific works in Russia for the TOUCH3 Festival, July 10-24, 2004. http://www.maidadance.com
- KARL GRIMES has been awarded a Wood Research Fellowship by the Francis C. Wood Institute for the History of Medicine at the College of Physicians, Philadelphia, USA. His research will focus on the important 'mutant' collections at the Institute and the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia as part of an on-going art and science exhibition and publication project. http://www.karlgrimes.net
- CORINNE WHITAKER's "Transformations: Portraits of a Vanishing Species" are being shown at the Blue Room Gallery, Mission Street in San Francisco. Her digital portraits, fabricated onto burnished aluminum, represent a break-through in digital print-making techniques. www.giraffe.com
- JOSHUA FRIED performed, RADIO, SHOES and LAPTOP at the HERE Arts Center, NYC on July 5 & 6th. http://composer.home.acedsl.com
- KEN RINALDO will be showing Spider Haus, a transpecies communication artwork, in "Bug-eyed: Art, Culture, Insects" at the Turtle Bay Museum; curated by Patricia Watts. Opening reception is August 6th. Spider Haus defines a comfortable home for a common house spider with a rapid prototyped plant and allows humans to commune with the now amplified and delicate beauty of these creatures. http://www.turtlebay.org/calendar/august.shtml
- ELLEN JANTZEN, Transmutations: The space where reality and cyberspace merge. Solo exhibition of organic sculptural forms and digital fine art prints by ASCI member Ellen Jantzen. At Fusion Artspace in San Francisco, 531 Howard Street. 415 618 0141; Aug 3 - 28; artist's reception Aug. 5th from 6-9 pm.
- JULIE NEWDOLL's solo show, Brush with Science, is being held at the Stanford University Institute for Research on Women & Gender [Serra House], on the Stanford Campus, 556 Salvatierra Walk; July - Sept. 2004; Opening Reception July 16, 2:30 - 4:30; Help with directions: (650) 591-7999 http://www.brushwithscience.com
- MARCOS LUTYENS [along with collaborator, Oliver Hess,
presented at the L.A. Art & Technology Hackers Club, to speak about their historic meeting at LAATHC and then presented their explorations of architecture, psychology, neurophysiology, design, entertainment, and life. They will detail recent work including performances, installations, visualizations, with such a range of technologies it would literally make your brain explode.
- ANNA DUMITRIU will have a showing of her prints at The Atrium Gallery, Art House Hotel: 129 Bath St, Glasgow, Scotland, UK on the 9th July 2004 at 1900h. www.annadumitriu.com
- OMNI SERIES: ART AND GENETICS IN A DIGITAL AGE, a new installation work by ASCI member CHRIS TWOMEY, celebrates diversity and our shared humanity as we reflect on our genetic future. Through July 30 at the Tribes Gallery, 285 East 3rd Street, 2nd floor (btw Ave. C and D.); 212-674-3778. http://www.tribes.org/gallery/index.html
- JOE HUCK has been invited to present a paper, "Moiré Patterns and the Illusion of Depth," at the Fifth Interdisciplinary Conference of The International Society of The Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture (ISAMA) to be held in Chicago, June 15-19, 2004. This represents a 25+ years of personal exploration of moiré phenomena, which have become the basis of recent and projected artworks. http://www.isama.org http://pages.sbcglobal.net/joehuck/
- ALYCE SANTORO - will be at the Skowhegan (artist residency program) for the summer; and has work included in two up-coming exhibitions: RISD Biennial, Claire Oliver Fine Art, 529 W 20th St from June 18 to July 9. [Opening: June 17, 6 to 8pm]; and a large-scale site-specific installation of her Tell-Tail Thangkas will be at the Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St, as part of the Downtown Arts Club BART (art in bars) program, Opening June 8th. http://www.alycesantoro.com; http://www.sonicfabric.com
- DENNIS SUMMERS has a digitally created print inspired by "i", the square root of negative one was in the "Numbers" show at the Arnold Klein Gallery, Royal Oak, Michigan; April 2-May 14; and it was also included in the "Invitational Salon Exhibition of Small Works" at the New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA; May 28 - July 24. http://www.quantumdanceworks.com; http://www.thecryingpostproject.org
- ROBERT KRAWCZYK is exhibiting an architectural study: "Exploring the Massing of Growth in Cellular Automata;" Dresden International Symposium on Architecture, Aesthetics and Architectural Composition 2004; Technische University Dresden, Germany; June 16 to 19, 2004.
- ANNA DUMITRIU has numerous shows to announce: *Current show at! the Lotus Gallery, Bath, UK www.thelotusgallery.co.uk *The! Midsumm er Art Fair at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington, UK http://www.landmarkartscentre.org *Fiction & the Space Between, in Glasgow at Leo Futierra Ltd Artists, July-Aug 2004. www.leofutierra.com *Work in the Digital Art Conference in LA in August http://www.siggraph.org/s2004/ *will be participating this summer in the International Artist Residency and Symposium in Milton Keynes *Recently shortlisted for two awards: Brighton Festival Visual Arts Prize and Brighton Artist 2004. www.annadumitriu.com
- CORINNE WHITAKER's Digital Giraffe June issue is out! http://www.giraffe.com
- LUKE JERRAM conceived of a sound based score for a mass experimental sleep over dream concert, Dream Concert-Lullaby, guided by sleep psychologists and held at the Think Tank Science Centre, Birmingham, UK. The Sky Orchestra is an ongoing research project that explores how we can perceive an artistic experience as we sleep. Sky Orchestra hot air! balloon performance over Birmingham two weeks ago was a great success. It was reported globally as far a field as Canada, Vietnam and India! http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/
Luke Jerram is a NESTA Fellow: http://www.lukejerram.com
- ALYCE SANTORO's "ceremonial" garment, the Fish-shaman Rhythm Dress, a custom-designed, "ceremonial" garment/musical instrument made from sonic fabric, a material woven from prerecorded audiocassette tape, debuted on stage on Friday April 16 in Las Vegas in front of 20,000 Phish fans. Jon Fishman, Phish percussionist, wore the dress in concert, using palm-mounted tape heads to rhythmically swipe the garment DJ-style, revealing its sonic potential. You can download a movie of the experience from her website at www.alycesantoro.com
- TROIKA RANCH, co-directed by ASCI member Mark Coniglio and choreographer Dawn Stoppiello, received an Honorable Mention in the "Interactive Art" category of the Prix Ars Electronica 2004. The prize was awarded for their media intensive dance performance "Future of Memory" and Coniglio's real-time media manipulation software Isadora®. For more info and a list of other winners, visit
- EVA LEE will be exhibiting the next installment of "The Liminal Series," an ongoing work of short single-channel digital animations, along with new drawings, in a group show, BLAST!, at the Branchville Gallery in Ridgefield, CT. http://www.christiansonlee.com/evalee.htm
- BERNARD SCHLEIEN's solo show, "FAMILIAR PLACES-COSMIC SPACES," presents a vision of the familiar in Washington, DC and of the exotic in the cosmos [woodcuts and monoprints], is currently on view at the Foundry Gallery, May 5 - May 31. The Foundry Gallery is at 9 Hillyer Court, NW; (202) 387-0203 http://www.bshleienart.com ; http://www.artsciencegallery.com
- THE MICRO MUSEUM [Brooklyn, NY] will be highlighting excerpts from its 20-year SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION series at BWAC's annual pier show on May 16 & 23; and on May 22, the exhibition, SYMBOLS DELIRIUM, opens at the Micro Museum with Deems and John LaMacchia. Meet the Artists from 7 - 10 PM; Free with refreshments served.
- LINDSY HALLECKSON's work was on view in Art-A-Whirl open studios in Northeast Minneapolis, May 15-16; and her work will be exhibited in the group show: Between the Lines: Behind the RED CULTure; June 19th-July 10th, 2004; Opening Reception: June 19th 6-10p.m. Northrup King Building; Studiopolis, #423.
- CHRIS TWOMEY will moderate the panel discussion, "Art and Genetics in a Digital Age" for Artists-Talk-On-Art, May 21st; NYC. [see lectures above];
AND... on June 3rd, Twomey's solo art installation, "OMNI SERIES, Art and Genetics in a Digital Age," opens at the TRIBES Gallery, 6-9PM, through June 30,2004. Digital prints, text, DVD, and outdoor sculpture reflect on our genetic future. TRIBES Gallery, 285 East 3rd Street, 2nd Floor, NYC 10009. Hours:Tues-Sun 12-6pm. More info: 212-674-8262 or www.tribes.org
- CORINNE WHITAKER announces the May issue of Digital Giraffe at http://www.giraffe.com
- ZEV ROBINSON reports on lots of new activities including: a new artafterscience random piece and photos of urban landscapes and architecture will be exhibited in August at Teaspaceone Gallery, London; Syntax is now showing as part of the In Motion exhibit at Project Creo, St. Petersburg, Florida, until June 23; a new random Flash movie, Op for Pop, a tribute to op and pop art and psychedelia, will be shown on May 20 at the Austin Museum of Digital Art; curating a screening on Fri. June 4 at The Horse Hospital of videos that use experimental/alternative music/sound with a strong relationship to the visuals; From June 15-30, Wigged Productions, a site focus on art, technology and new media, will be streaming Zev Robinson's video Walkin' with music by Todd Reynolds. More at www.artafterscience.com
- DEENA DES RIOUX's "Robotic Portraiture" is on tour April 1 - June 6, 2004 at: The Dahl Art Center, Rapid City, SD http://www.thedahl.org with an Artist's Reception/Gallery Talk, April 1st from 6-7pm; and an Artist's Lecture and Digital Media presentation at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, March 31st at 12noon-1:15pm; and two computer images/Iris prints from her "Odalisk" series are on tour with the International Graphic Triennale currently at the Horst-Janssen Museum, Oldenburg, Germany; March 13 - June 13, 2004. http://www.horst-janssen-museum.de
- GUY MARSDEN has just completed a new "Digital Numeric Relevator" artwork - number 24 in the series. This one is subtitled: "Media Mirror". It incorporates a color LCD monitor that functions as a mirror - then the numbers show up. http://www.arttec.net/art/Relevators/
- ROBERT KRAWCZYK's work was accepted into the Digital Art Competition 2004 Exhibit, Beecher Center for Technology in the Arts, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, May 22 to December 3, 2004; AND... Three prints from his "Dimension of Time in Strange Attractors" series will be included in the 68th Rockford Midwestern Juried Exhibition, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL, May 14 - July 25, 2004. http://www.netcom.com/~bitart
AGNES DENES - Reflections - Pools of Thought. Book signing by the artist. May 6, 2004, 6-8pm. Published by the University of Virginia Art Museum Charlottesville. Printed Matter, Inc. 535 West 22nd St. NYC 10011. www.printedmatter.org
CORINNE WHITAKER'S "One sad lost child" will appear with a cover story about children with non-verbal language disorders in the May quarterly Bulletin for the learning Disorders, Australia Association.
- JOSHUA FRIED - two-night stand performing with RADIO, SHOES and LAPTOP. Wednesday & Thursday April 28-29, 8.30pm. Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia St. (at West 4th Street),NYC. 212-989-9319 Directions: http://www.corneliastreetcafe.com
- BRUCE WANDS was interviewed April 6, 2004 by "Estarte," Brazil's GLOBO TV Art program [a seven minute segment]; he will also be lecturing at the Millennium Museum in Beijing, China from May 24 - June 14 about his educational philosophy and the MFA Computer Art department at SVA, his authoring of the book, Digital Creativity, and upcoming Thames and Hudson book on digital art, the New York Digital Salon, etc. http://www.brucewands.com ; http://www.wiley.com/wands
- JOSHUA FRIED debuted, Music for Robots, with LEMUR's GuitarBot and BucketBot at Harvestworks on April 12, 2004. http://www.lemurbots.org
- SHU-MIN LIN is part of the "NEXUS: Taiwan in Queens" exhibition at the Queens Museum, NYC; April 18 - July 4, 2004; Flushing Meadows Park call: 718 592-9700 for directions. http://www.shuminlin.com
- FLASH LIGHT is included in the exhibition, "Art from Detritus: Recycling with Imagination" at Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space, 49 White Street in Tribeca, April 22 - May 30th. Opening April 22, 6 - 8 pm.
his work will be included in, "Terrorvision," at EXIT Art, 475 10th Ave. NYC, May 1 - July 31. Opening May 1, 7 - 1O pm.
- ANA DUMITRIU has a new digital work that is being exhibited in Brazil http://fundacionguggundchaim.blig.ig.com.br
- STEVE MILLER has a painting of a chart of thermodynamic mutant cycles in human cells in the exhibition, Reality Check, at the Spike Gallery, 547 West 20th Street, NYC; thru May 29.
http://www.spikegallery.com ; http://www.spikegallery.com
- ANNA HILL, who is director of Space Synapse Ltd, Dublin, Ireland, was recently interviewed on RTE Radio 1, about her Space Synapse, a cultural space project that has recently been awarded funding from the European Space Agency. http://www.rte.ie/radio/futuretense
- ROBERT J. KRAWCZYK will exhibit "Flowing Transformations", a streaming web piece, at the Project Creo - In Motion Exhibit, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida, April 23 - June 13, 2004.
- CORINNE WHITAKER produces the April issue of Digital Giraffe: http://www.giraffe.com; A sculpture of Corinne's was recently stolen from a gallery in California.
- ALVIN SHER had one of his sculptures exhibited in December at the Florence Biennale.
- LINDSY HALLECKSON's work is included in; Between the Lines: Behind the RED CULTure; June 19th-July 10th, 2004; Opening Reception: June 19th 6-10 pm; Northrup King Building; Studiopolis, #423; Minneapolis, MN.
- CHRIS TWOMEY moderates a panel discussion entitled, "Art and Genetics in a Digital Age" an art/science genetic road show about the de-coding of data, genes, and self-identity in art and culture. Held at "Artists Talk on Art, MAY 21st, 8PM at " 511 West 25th Street, Suite 605, NYC - 212-779-9250. Panelists include: Suzanne Anker,artist and author, Kevin Clarke,artist, Steve Miller,artist, and Dr. Gottesman, Columbia U. geneticist. $7.00 admission/$3.50 student. More info: http://www.atoa.ws
his work is also included in the exhibition "OMNI SERIES, Art and Genetics in a Digital Age" opens at TRIBES Gallery, June 3, 2004, 6-9PM, through June 30,2004. Digital prints, text, DVDs and outdoor sculpture reflect on our genetic future. 285 East 3rd Street, 2nd Floor. 212-674-8262 or http://www.tribes.org
- DIANE ARNDT has four large pieces in, "Motorcycles and Art," an exhibition at the Susquehanna Art Museum; 301 Market St. Harrisburg, PA. 717-233-8668- http://www.sqart.org ; 3/14 - 6/30.
- CARL SALMANSON has a light installation in the Hallway Project at PS122, NYC; April 24-May 16.
AND, Carol is organizing, "C Williamsburg" [see above: Festivals]
- NEVA SETLOW will exhibit her light construction "Grandma's Quilt" as a part of "Artists Who Happen To Be Women", a juried exhibition of The National Association of Women Artists; J. Wayne Stark Galleries at Texas A&M University; College Station, Texas; April 29-June13. http://www.sculpture.org/cgi-bin/WebObjects/isc.woa/wa/
- JOSHUA FRIED's new piece: MUSIC FOR ROBOTS played by the robots of LEMUR - New York's League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots. Underwritten by the American Composers Forum with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. Monday, April 12, 2004 7pm, Harvestworks, 596 Broadway, Suite 602 NYC (between Houston and Prince). tel. 212.431.1130, Admission FREE, show time less than 1 hour. http://lemurbots.org/audiovideo.html
- BARBARA NEI's internet-film projection, Breaking News, is featured in the exhibition, Sacred Text, at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Curated by Diane Mullin, the show explores the religious, scientific, and media based texts that have become sacred to us in modern culture. email@example.com
- TOVA BECK-FRIEDMAN posted her recent project at Sumter South Carolina onto her website at: http://tbfstudio.com/news.html
- SUZANNE ANKER's new book launch: "THE MOLECULAR GAZE: ART IN THE GENETIC AGE" , 535 West 22nd St, NYC 10011, Saturday, March 27th, 5pm - 7pm. www.printedmatter.org
- TAKA IIMURA presented Video & Film" at the Anthology Film Archives, NYC, on March 6, Saturday(video), and 7, Sunday(film), 2004.
- CORINNE WHITAKER announces the March issue of Giraffe featuring "eMusings". www.giraffe.com
- JENNIFER WOOLCOCK SCHWARTZ'S multimedia installation, My Perfect Body was humorously deconstructed in the March/April edition of NY Arts Magazine. The article: http://nyartsmagazine.com/bbs2/
- TOVA BECK FRIEDMAN's recent project in Sumter, South Carolina can be viewed at her website, and she is off for a 2-week residency at Eastern Louisiana University. http://tbfstudio.com/news.html
- ELLEN JANTZEN - has had her piece "Reflecting Radiation" accepted into the 2004 International Digital Art Award Competition. Winners will be announced at: http://www.internationaldigitalart.com
- ROBERT J. KRAWCZYK, is a corresponding editor for the Nexus Network Journal, who will be exhibiting his Dimension of Time in Strange Attractors digital series. The exhibit will be at these venues: Orleans Street Art Gallery at Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, Illinois (April 8 through May 29, 2004) and Arlington Heights Library, Arlington Heights, Illinois (March 2 through 31, 2004). For more information, see ! the webpage: http://home.netcom.com/~bitart/
- LILLIAN BALL presented, "Boiling Point," 2003, digitally manipulated video projection/sound over mirrored glass, 44 x 56 x 7" in the exhibition, ALLURE ELECTRONICA, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA; 1/23-3/6,2004.
- PHILIP GALANTER presented his latest work, "Chaotic Conductor" in the College Art Association group show "Suspension: Sonic Absorption" at Seattle's Consolidated Works. http://conworks.org/visart/index.php3
- EVA LEE AT PS122 - showing new drawings and premiering “The Liminal Series,” February 28 – March 21, 2004; 150 First Ave, NYC; 212 228-4249.
- SALLY RESNIK-ROCKRIVER's work appears on the cover of Ceramics Monthly [March'04] along with a feature article, "Thermal Formations," explores geologic phenomena through clay, glaze and glass. http://www.ceramicsmon! thly.org /currentissue.asp
- MICHAEL BRYNNTRUP HAUTNAH presented "UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL: MICHAEL BRYNNTRUP" at the Tampere International Short Film Festival (Finland); March 3-7, 2004. http://www.tamperefilmfestival.fi
- MICROMUSEUM has new exhibitions and events. Visit www.micromuseum.com
- FLASH LIGHT has a piece currently showing at the Holland Tunnel exhibition space in Williamsburg. The unique space is open on the weekends.
- CHRISTINE TWOMEY is moderating a panel discussion on May 21st, entitled, "Art and Genetics in a Digital Age".
- HILARY LORENZ placed second in the artistinlabs Residency Awards. Her work will be included in the final catalog of the AIL winners.
- TAKA IIMURA Video & Film
March 6, Saturday(video), and 7, Sunday(film), 2004. 8pm. Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave. at 2nd St. New York, N.Y. 10003 - phone:212-505-5181. - Subway: #6 to Bleeker Street, F train to 2nd Avenue Bus: #15 to 2nd Ave./2nd St. - Inquiry of the work: phone: 212- 777-2607. e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org web: http://www2.gol.com/users/iimura/
- ANNA HILL - her Auroral Synapse project has been nominated for the Interactive BAFTA Award, Interactive Art Installation category winner to be announced 19th Feb. Anna will be presenting a short preview of her work on a panel for the "the future of sound" event at BAFTA.
ADRIANNE WORTZEL - wins award in AIL [Artist-in-Labs] first year program that positions international artists in Swiss science research labs. This summer, Adrianne will collaborate with scientists at the AI-Lab (Artificial Intelligence Lab), at the ifi, Institut für Informatik, University of Zurich, Switzerland. http://www.artistsinlabs.ch/award-e.php
ASCI MEMBERS ON REVIEW COMMITTEE - Robert J. Krawczyk, Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago; Lane Last, University of Tennessee at Martin; Andrea Polli, Film and Media, Hunter College, NYC; Cynthia Beth Rubin, Rhode Island School of Design, are on the Review Committee for Dart04 exhibition [*see Information Visualization under "symposia" above]
ROBIN OPPENHEIMER - will chair and present at a panel called "Regional Media Arts Histories: Seedbeds of 20th Century Art History" at the College Art Association Conference in Seattle on Thursday, February 19. Her panelists include Paul Wong, video artist and Video In board member, Vancouver; and Kate Horsfield, Director of the Video Data Bank in Chicago.
She will present histories of 1960's West Coast Light Shows at a symposium entitled "It's all here and now and in the future" in Leeds, England at FuseLeeds04 New Music Festival on Friday, March 5, 1.30pm - 5.30pm - www.lumen.net/news .
APRIL VOLLMER - will have artwork included in the exhibition, Jugalbandi, Gallery Onetwentyeight, 128 Rivington Street [between Essex and Norfolk]; thru March 6th. www.paperwaspstudio.com and April will teach a Japanese Woodblock Class: April 8 to May 13 Lower East Side Printshop, www.printshop.org; www.aprilvollmer.com
PACO F. PARADO - new website: Paco Imaginans http://www.mathemartist.com
EUGENE TULCHIN - new website: http://www.cooper.edu/~tulchin/
ERIC J. HELLER - will have an exhibition of his work, at the Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley, March 6 - May 24, 2004. [See "exhibitions" above]
ANNA DUMITRIU - her work was featured in an exhibition at The University of Southern Florida Contemporary Art Museum; documentation online at http://media.arts.usf.edu/%7Edna/
and her work was included in, "Woven Histories," at the Havant Arts Centre, East Street, Havant, Hampshire, is the result of a collaboration funded by The Arts Council. The exhibition runs thru April 3 and there is a meet the artists event Saturday 28th February 12-2pm.
PININA C. GAGNON - will be exhibiting large paintings, Hands and the Deeds of Hands, [including Hands Catching Radiation ] at the Jerusalem Theatre, Israel; Feb.24 - March 24. email@example.com
AMY HOTCH (aka A.M. Hoch) was recently commissioned by the Beall Center for Art and Technology in Irvine, California to create, Mitosis: Formation of Daughter Cells, a habitable installation that is a multimedia theatre of the memory. Thru February 14. http://beallcenter.uci.edu/calendar/mitosis.htm
NINA SOBELL - documentation of Nina using a hammer to create a percussive rhythm on pieces of glass in a video performance excerpt from 1973 was part of "a sound show" at the Front Room, NYC; Jan.23 - Feb. 13, 2004.
ERIC SINGER - the founder of LEMUR [League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots] introduces a new composition written by Sonic Youth founding member and visual artist Lee Renaldo in the Gen.R.8 show at the GiganticArtSpace (GAS) in Tribeca, NYC. Thru March 20th www.lemurbots.org
KATHLEEN and WILLIAM LAZIZA - will walk the runway as a part of Fashion Week's alternative fashion performance art work by Elanit Kayne called 'WEAR ME OUT: we do it better longer" taking place at SHOW, as club at 135 West 41 Street, NYC at 7 - 11pm.
ANDREA POLLI - is included in the exhibition Gen.R.8, curated by Lea Rekow at the Gigantic ArtSpace, NYC; thru March 20, 2004 www.giganticartspace.com
ROBIN LOCKE MONDA - announces the launching of her new website www.lockemondagraphics.com
CORRINE WHITAKER - announces her 10th year of online publishing of The Digital Giraffe http://firstname.lastname@example.org
DONNA MARSHALL - will exhibit, Quantum River Paintings at Gallery 181; March 7 - 28, Opening Reception Sunday, March 7, 2:00-5:00, 181 W. 10th St., NYC. Enter through Cafe 181 and look for stairs. www.donnamarshall.com
- LEAH SIEGEL is exhibiting digital drawings in the New Prints 2004/Winter show at the International Print Center New York, 526 West 26th Street, NY, NY, from January 15 - February 28, 2004.
- LILLIAN BALL, ALLURE ELECTRONICA - 1.23.04 - 3.06.04, Wood Street Galleries 601 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, 412-471-5605, http://www.woodstreetgalleries.org
- BENOIT MAUBREY'S Audio Gruppe expands into the visual field with the VIDEO PEACOCKS. This is a solo audio-visual concert where the electro-acoustic quality of an Audio Peacock is visually enhanced via a video beamer: moving images (both live and recorded) can be projected directly onto the performer's costume. More information at http://www.audioballerinas.com
- STEVE OSCHERWITZ was invited to present his art/science research at Rethinking Space +Time: Across Science, Literature + the Arts, the 17th Annual Conference of the Society for Literature and Science at The University of Texas in Austin, Oct. 23-26, 2003.
- AGNES DENES - Projects for Public Spaces, Oct. 16-Jan. 4, Haggerty Museum at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. A retrospective of over 60 projects by Agnes Denes represented by drawings, models and photographs from 1968 to the present. The exhibition opens next at the Naples Art Museum [Florida] on February 14, 2004. http://www.marquette.edu/haggerty/
- MINA CHEON - Mina's Site: http://digital.mica.edu/mcheon/
MINALIZA1000 For information on the Korea Summer Abroad Program that she is co-directing, please see: http://digital.mica.edu/mcheon/MICAKOREA Mina writes: "Thank you and please inform me if you detect any "bugs" while surfing through the sites." MICAKOREA@aol.com
- WILLIAM AND KATHLEEN LAZIZA - " The Kissing Installation" at their Micro Museum in Brooklyn was featured in the Around Town section of the magazine, Time Out NY. http://www.micromuseum.com/
- ALYCE SANTORO - Her Sonic Fabric (previously featured on the ASCI website) will be featured in the March issue of FiberArts Magazine. Also, she was just awarded an Artists' Book Production Grant from Women's Studio Workshop to publish her book "The Universal Raisin Cake Theory", inspired by a metaphor used by astrophysicists to describe the manner in which the universe is expanding. email@example.com
- HILARY LORENZ is included in the exhibition Decked, Nov. 21-Dec. 21, Sate-T-Gallery, 134 Baynard St.,Brooklyn, NYC http://www.safeTgallery.com
Lorenz has received a one month Frans Masereel Printmaking Fellowship at the Frans Masereel Centrum voor Graphics, Kasterlee, Belgium, where she will be working on a series of fictitious animal clones.
- DENNIS SUMMERS has an illustrated article in the current (Fall 2003, Vol. 36, #5) issue of Leonardo, the Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. It is called "The Crying Post Project: A Multi-Part, Multi-Media Artwork to Memorialize Global Sites of Pain." Info: Quantum Dance Works http://www.quantumdanceworks.com http://www.thecryingpostproject.org
- APRIL VOLLMER is included in the exhibition "Out of Nagasawa, Japanese-method Woodblock Prints from Around the World" at 55 Mercer Gallery, 55 Mercer Street, NYC, phone 212-226-8513. November 25-December 29, http://www.aprilvollmer.com
- ANNA DUMITRIU's work is inspired by science, particularly microscopic imagery. She was included in the Christmas Exhibition, November 29-December 7, at Lewes Contemporary Art, Lewes , UK.
firstname.lastname@example.org ; http://www.lcart.co.uk
- CORINNE WHITAKER issues the Digital Giraffe, a fascinating online journal about digital media. http://www.giraffe.com
- MINA CHEON and Gabriel Kroiz , through the Maryland Institute College of Art, are co-directing a summer abroad program in Korea as an Artist & Architect Collaborations Team. http://digital.mica.edu/mcheon/MICAKOREA Mina's site: http://digital.mica.edu/mcheon/MINALIZA1000
- LOUIS GARTEL's Fine Art Gallery recently conducted a symposium on digital art, "New Media and the Collector." Gartel Digital Media Studios: email@example.com http://www.gartelmuseum.com
- ADRIANNE WORTZEL has been awarded a grant from The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art (the Fund is supported by the Jerome Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts).