- Joshua Fried & "Radio Wonderland" [remixer, performance artist with found-objects] appeared at at Solas 232 E. 9th Street [btw 2nd & 3rd Aves]; Dec.10, 2006. http://radiowonderland.org
- Ned Seeman gave a presentation at the American Museum of Natural History's "Art/Sci Collision: DNA: Not Merely The Secret of Life"; Nov.28, 2006.
- Natalia Allen gave a lecture, entitled "The Relevancy of Technology in Fashion" on Nov.27, 2006; Parsons/The New School, NYC.
- Jonathan Feldschuh's work is included in the "SCIENCE AS MUSE" exhibition at The Montgomery Center for the Arts; thru Feb. 4, 2007; Skillman, New Jersey.
- Sally Resnik Rockriver had an Open Studio, Dec.9-10, Durham, North Carolina; featuring her highly unusual, blownglass and ceramics whose techniques are governed by chemical reactions and geological laws, creating artworks of "planets, ocean reefs, encrusted vessels".
- Aleathia Brown's "Live Art painting" was accompanied by Spoken Word Artist Bliss and Live Jazz by Daryl Johnson; Dec.1, 2006 at Big Apple Jazz, NYC; and also a viewing of Aleathia's Original Artworks.
- Chris Twomey's current "Madonna Series" that traces mitocondria DNA through the mother's lineage is the subject of her solo show at the Tribes Gallery, NYC. [see exhibitions above] An image from this series is included in ASCI's Digital'06: Bio/Med SciART exhibition at the New York Hall of Science, and her work on this topic was written-up in an article in The Scientist magazine on Oct.27, 2006. http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/25404/
- Natalie Allen is a young NYC designer who combines the art of fashion with new technologies. A [$3,260] dress she designed is included in the current "Black Style Now" show at the Museum of the City of New York. The dress, made from Sea Cell jersey fabric, releases nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, and vitamin E via natural body moisture when the fiber is worn; show runs thru Feb.19, 2007. She was also written up in Women's Wear Daily, in an article on hot new "wired" designers to watch. http://www.mcny.org/exhibitions/current/422.html
- Ellen Levy just moderated a panel: "Sm(ART): Art and Design that Learns from Nature" on Nov.9, 2006 as part of the 20th annual conference of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. Her artwork is currently in an exhibition on Mendel at the Field Museum (Chicago).
- Julian Voss-Andreae gave two talks at the Wonderfest 2006, a science festival in California; about his protein sculptures at Stanford, Nov.4, and "Towards Quantum Sculpture" in Berkeley on Nov.5, 2006; and info on his piece, "Quantum Reality" can be found at: http://www.julianvossandreae.com/new.html
- Joshua Fried & his RADIO WONDERLAND will perform live on Nov.11, 2006 at 8pm; Chashama, Times Square, 112 West 44th St., NYC. http://radiowonderland.org
- Catya Plate's interactive art is included in the exhibition, in'ter-ak'tiv at The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University; 400 S. Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ; Nov.8-DEc.15, 2006; phone: 973-275-2033.
- Michi Itami "In Transition - Woodcuts and Paintings" solo exhibition is at the A.I.R. Gallery, NYC; thru Dec.2, 2006. http://www.airgallery.org
- Susan Kaprov will have work from her series, "From the Garden of Altered Delights" in the exhibition, "Science As Muse" at the Montgomery Center for The Arts (MCA). Exhibition dates are Nov.28, 2006-Feb.11, 2007. http://montgomerycenterforthearts.com
- Pnina Gagnon has produced illustrations for a book, "Confessions Animalses - Bestiaire," a collaboration with author, Serge Bouchard. Reception, Nov.15, 2006, Salon B, 4231 B, 4231b, Boulevard Saint-Laurent (angle Rachel), Montreal, Canada. R.S.V.P. 514 273-1687 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amy Lipton of Ecoartspace moderated a panel at the Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, CA; Oct.21-22, 2006. Unfortunately, info received too late to publish, but you can read about it:
- Sydney Cash recently put up one of his unique Light Installations in the top corner of a stairwell in a duplex loft in Brooklyn. The piece is 78" tall; he currently has an exhibition of his Light Installations and Paintings at the Ulster County Community College in Stone Ridge, New York; and next year, he will be showing his Light Installations at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair at the Javit's Center in New York City. http://www.sydneycash.com
- Julian Voss-Andreae has recently completed installation of his largest sci-art sculpture yet, Quantum Reality (Large Buckyball Around Trees), 2006; Steel, 30'diameter; Tryon Creek State Park, Oregon; thru September 2007... and two sculptures were included in Sculpture Without Walls exhibition; City of Moses Lake, Washington; September 28. http://www.julianvossandreae.com/new.html
- Melissa Fleming's work is included in the following shows:
*(t)here; Peer Gallery; 526 West 26th St, suite 208, NYC; thru Nov.4, 2006;
* Florida Gold; Capitol Gallery, Florida State House; 1001 DeSoto Park Drive, Tallahassee, FL; Oct.15-Jan.15, 2007. http://www.melissafleming.com
- Corinne Whitaker's work is included in the new book, "Art in the Digital Age," by Bruce Wands; Thames and Hudson. http://www.giraffe.com
- Debra Swack has won this year's Photo Review International Photography Competition, juried by Philip Brookman, Senior Curator of Photography and Media Arts at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. ...AND...
her "My Perfect Child," a photographic installation, has been selected for "Allegories of the Genome" which will travel from Winnipeg to the Genomics Center in Vancouver British Columbia in winter/spring 2007. http://www.kloone.anjeroosjen.com/
- Mark Fischer was interviewed about his work with whale songs and wavelets for an August 1st article in The New York Times online at: http://tinyurl.com/e8jo2
- Robert Buelteman will be at the Santa Fe Institute from Labor Day thru Sept.30th to complete his portfolio "Sangre de Cristo" for an up-coming exhibition at the Gerald Peters Gallery.
- Robert Morisson's art-tech group, Xunesis, performed "A Glimpse into Dottern", August 12th in University Theater at The University of Chicago, to conclude a two-week residency program.
- Mark Coniglio & Troika Ranch presented "16 [R]evolutions" as part of the ISEA/ZeroOne Festival of Electronic Arts; Aug.12-13, 2006; San Jose, CA.
- Julian Voss Andreae installs two new quantum-inspired sculptures: "Quantum Buckyball," a 30’diameter buckyball to be installed in Portland, Oregon's Tryon Creek State Park’s “Natural Cycles” exhibition, scheduled to open on September 16, 2006; and “Quantum Man” in the City of Moses Lake’s outdoor sculpture exhibition “Sculpture Without Walls” in September 2006. http://www.JulianVossAndreae.com
and... an interview with Julian was published in SEED Magazine on May 11, 2006. http://www.seedmagazine.com/news/2006/05/
- Chris Twomey's art is included in "Raise Your Voice!," part of the "American Democracy Project" thru Sept.28, 2006; CMSU Art Center Gallery, Warrensburg, Missouri.
- Christopher Janney was recently interviewed by Apple Computer. See: recent interview with APPLE Computer. http://www.apple.com/uk/pro/profiles/janney
- Prasenjit Laha will be participating in the group exhibition "In Transition" at Independent Museum of Contemporary Art; Oct.4-14, 2006; Limassol, Cyprus.
- Xenia Diente did the artistic design for a recent (Aug.25th) site-specific, multi-dimensional collaboration with choreography by Elise Knudson, and abstract puppetry by Lea Cetera at the Queens Museum, NYC; Aug. http://www.imaginationexplosion.com
- Carol Pfeffer's work has been selected for the Photomedia Center'06 online August exhibition. http://www.photomediacenter.org/
- Lillian Ball's solo exhibition, "Leap of Faith," a wetland preservation project, includes photographs and video installations; Aug. 4-27, 2006; Reception: Aug. 6, 4-6 PM; Artist Talk at 5 PM; Art Sites gallery, 651 West Main Street (Rte. 25), Riverhead, NY. http://www.lillianball.com
- Roz Dimon has curated a show "Art & Tech: A New Code for Beauty" for Town Hall in East Hampton; July 21-Oct.20, 2006. Dimon, an artist with 20+ years in the field of digital art, will further engage this topic as the invited speaker for The Arts Alliance of East Hampton’s “Let’s Talk Art” program, Wednesday, July 26th, at Ashawagh Hall in Springs starting at 6PM. Reception followed by talk - open to the public.
- Robert Buelteman's solo show, "Both Sides Now: Robert Buelteman in Black and White," new cameraless works executed on Black-and-White film, as well as unpublished landscapes of the American West; July 19- Aug.5, 2006; Artist Reception/summer barbeque, July 22nd from 4-7pm; SPUR Projects, 888 Portola Road, Portola Valley, California. http://www.spurprojects.com/html/home.asp
- Anna Dumitriu's artwork, Phone Flora (Aspergillus Flavus & Corynebacterium Group G), is included in Futuresonic's "Off the Map" exhibition; July 20-23, 2006; Manchester, UK. http://10.futuresonic.com/urban_play/
- Michael Wright is exhibiting work as part "Omage: The Artists, Designers, &Writers of Otis College of Art and Design," curated by Christopher Miles for Track 16 Gallery; thru Aug.31, 2006; also reception/lecture event info at: http://www.track16.com
- Meryl Meisler has just had three, mural-sized digital images from her "Deep Research Series" purchased by Columbia University for permanent installation in their School of Social Work Library, NYC; and her work is included in "Break the Mold," Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, NYC; and in "Day Dreams in the Real World," at the Montauk Library. [see exhibitions above]
- Erica Blumenfeld announces the launch of her new website about her photographic installations that record light/time. http://www.erikablumenfeld.com
- Leni Schwendinger's company LightProjects Ltd. has just finished designing/installing/public launch of the new lighting display for the famed Parachute Jump, Coney Island, NYC; and is working on a new media, light artwork for Liberty Science Center's new building, under the auspices of the New Jersey State Arts Council. http://lightprojectsltd.com/Newsletter/
- Ellen Jantzen has six of her images featured in the new publication "Body of Art, The Best of Biology Inspired Art" by Willoughby and Baltic Press; Released July 1, 2006. http://www.willoughbybaltic.
squarespace.com/about/; Ellen's website: http://www.etavonni.com
- Susan Kaprov's digital photomontage, "Nature..last modified: heliconias" is included in the group exhibition, "Stilled Life" at the Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York; thru Sept.11, 2006. http://www.islipartmuseum.org
- Anna Dumitriu has just finished a collaborative art-science project funded by the Wellcome Trust. SENSITIVE looks at the nature of allergy and it's emotional and medical impact on the lives of young people via scientific research expressed through live art, video, installation and interventions around the school environment. Private view of exhibition: July 3, 2006, 6-8pm; Varndean School, Balfour Road, Brighton, UK. http://www.varndean.co.uk/sensitive
AND, she is now a PHD student at University of Brighton, Uk.
- Elaine Whittaker's solo exhibition, "Dreadful Visitations" is at Red Head Gallery, Toronto, thru July 22, 2006; http://www.redheadgallery.org
- Rick Barry has been elected by the members of international ACM SIGGRAPH to the position of ACM SIGGRAPH Director for Education, effective June 1st, 2006; and will also serve on the ACM SIGGRAPH Executive Committee.
- Charles Morrow [Charles Morrow Productions LLC] was recently commissioned to create the sound component for a public art installation project: "Indy Canal Bridge: Transportation" in Indianapolis, MO.
- Carol Pfeffer's artwork is included in the 2006 National Juried Exhibition, thru July 15, 2006; Phoenix Gallery, 210 Eleventh Ave.@25th St.-Suite 902, NYC. http://www.phoenix-gallery.com
- Peter N. Gray of Metal-i-Genics Studio was awarded a Neighborhood Arts Program grant to teach a sculpture workshop to 6th, 7th and 8th grade students from the Chatham neighborhood at Dixon Elementary School, Chicago, IL. The workshop will focus on the art in genetics. Workshop will run through July 2006. http://w.metal-i-genics.com
- Patricia Olynyk curated an exhibition and moderated a panel discussion: "Printed Science" for the Genetic ImPrint Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; April 5-9, 2006. http://www.art.wisc.edu/sgc2006/Pages/About.html
- Julian Voss-Andreae has just updated his website with new artworks: "Protein Project VI", "Quantum Man", "Siblings", etc. http://www.JulianVossAndreae.com
- Alyce Santoro, artist/inventor of "sonic fabric," will be moving to a small town near Marfa, TX soon, after a recent "epic pilgrimage" where it just "feels like home." Alyce also reports the amazing news that "sonic fabric" has been licensed by the manufacturer, Designtex, for production. http://www.dtex.com
- Laura Splan’s digital media work is featured in the current issue of Kitchen Sink Magazine (#13): http://www.kitchensinkmag.com & http://www.laurasplan.com
- Flash Light had three pieces included in, "Light My Ire," group exhibition at the FusionArts Museum, NYC; Feb.16-May.31, 2006. http://www.artnet.com/fusionartsmuseum.html
- Joan Webster Price/Herbert Price showed their Solar Energy Maquettes in the "Monumental: Imaginary Monuments to New Jersey," presented by Victory Hall and Jersey City Museum.
- Luke Jerram's "Dream Concert" project takes place June 30, 2006; [see exhibits/perform above]
- Susan Kaprov will have two prints from her series, "From The Garden of Altered Delights" shown at the Mezzanine Gallery of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC; through September 2006. http://www.kaprov.com
- Basil El Halwagy's solo exhibition of drawing and sculpture, Pervading Purusha, was in the Main Gallery at the Artists Foundation, April 15-Mary20, 2006; Boston, MA. http://artistsfoundation.org/art_pages/
- Anna Dumitriu is leading a major new Wellcome Trust Funded Art/Science Project called "Sensitive - Young People and Allergy" in collaboration with Professor Helen Smith (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK) and the Phoenix outreach team, keep up to date with the project by checking out: http://web.mac.com/annadumitriu/iWeb/
- Leni Schwendinger's Light Projects, Ltd. just completed the lighting for the famous, landmark Coney Island Parachute Jump, Brookly, NYC; AND she was a speaker at the fourth GEL [Good Experience Live] conference in NYC; May 4-5, NYC. http://www.lightprojectsltd.com & http://www.gelconference.com
- Benoit Maubrey's Audio Ballerinas performed as part of LMCC's Sitelines'06 Festival, May 6-13, Elevated Acre at 55 Water St, NYC. http://www.lmcc.net/sitelines & http://www.audioballerinas.com
- Eva Lee's work is included in "Thread: A Network Exhibition," the current exhibition at ARTSPACE thru June 24, 2006; New Haven, CT. http://www.threadweb.net & http://www.artspacenh.org/
- Patricia Olynyk's solo exhibition, Sensing Terrains, is in the Rotunda Gallery at the National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C.; thru June 16, 2006; AND she curated an exhibition and moderated a panel: "Printed Science" for the "Genetic ImPrint" Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison; April 5-9, 2006.
- Altheia Brown's paintings were the first artworks to be exhibited in the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building's lobby on May 5, 2006. The paintings reflect the rich and diverse culture of the community.
- Dennis Summers co-curated the Global Crossings Gallery for the Leonardo Electronic Almanac http://mitpress2.mit.edu/e-journals/
- Ellen Jantzen is one of the featured artists in the current issue of the newest issue of The Aurora Review (an eclectic literary and cultural magazine dedicated to promotion of music, literature, and visual arts). http://www.theaurorareview.com
- Marianne Petit was asked by Marykate O'Neil, singer/songwriterextraordinaire, to do an animated music video for a song from her new album, 1-800-bankrupt. You can see the video here: http://www.ifilm.com/ifilmdetail/2717127 & http://tinyurl.com/hv2ea
- Betsy Weis' photos are included in the exhibition, Elements, The Carrie Haddad Gallery, NYC; thru June 4, 2006; and as part of NOVA Art Fair, Chicago. http://www.carriehaddadgallery.com & http://www.novaartfair.com
- Robert Krawczyk (BitArt) has artwork is in several current exhibitions:
*2006 Liturgical and Sacred Art Exhibition, Springfield Art Association, Springfield, IL; thru June 10, 2006.
*A rapid prototyped maquette from his Mobius Spider series in the First Chicago Sculpture International Biennale 2006, FlatfileGalleries, Chicago; thru June 23, 2006.
*Flowing Transformations in the Project Creo, In Motion Exhibit at The Arts Center St. Petersburg, Florida. http://home.netcom.com/~bitart/
- Helen Glazer is exhibiting small sculptures made from 17-year cicada wings at Flashpoint Gallery, Washington, DC (through May 27), the International Sculpture Center conference at Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH (June 21-24); and the First International Art Pestival at the London (England) Wetlands Centre (May 27-June 4) http://www.pestival.org"Pestival " is not a typo, it is an insect-themed arts festival!
- Debra Swack , who now does software testing for the SUNY @ Buffalo Research Foundation, has exhibited "My Perfect Child" (a photographic installation that explores the genetic alteration of children in the search for perfection and it's social consequences) in Kloone4000 at the Society for Genomics in Amsterdam http://kloone.anjeroosjen.com/archief/klooneweb.pdf . "Dogs and Their Owners" (a photographic project that explores how people use dogs as fashion statements) was at Gallery 128 in March. http://www.galleryonetwentyeight.org/home.html
- Andrew Carne's films are included in the "Neuroculture" exhibition at the Westport Arts Center, thru May 25, 2006. http://www.westportartscenter.org
- Alyce Santoro has just finished producing a short film on Jelly Fish that was shown at a Film Festival in Joshua Tree, CA; where she will also display a group of her ice-cream cone Buckyballs as part of the outdoor sculpture exhibition, Evidence 9: A Harmony of the Spheres.
- Deena des Rioux has a digital print in the "Here Comes the Bride" exhibition, the Woman Made Gallery, Chicago; thru June 15, 2006. http://www.womanmade.org
- Corinne Whitaker's May Digital Giraffe is chock-full of new artists, projects from around the world. http://www.giraffe.com
- Carol Pfeffer has a piece in an online show this month called, "The Consequences of Light." http://www.artromgallery.com/consequence_of_
- Michael Wright's recent activities include:
*His new media images were reviewed by Kim Beil in the April issue of ARTWEEK as part of the "Hacking The Time Line" exhibition at the 18th street Art Center Gallery in Santa Monica. The same exhibition was also reviewed by Cynthia Beth Ruben for the "Dash" organization. "Dash" is an International Organization headquartered in London with a focus on digital arts histories.
*He was a panelist on the "The Practice and Vision of Digital Artists" panel Wed May 10, 2006 as part of the International Digital Fine Art Exhibition held at the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park; thru June 12, 2006.
*He was also on the Honorary Committee of the International Digital Art Exhibition in San Diego.
- Zev Robinson (Art After Science) summer activities include:
*(still) life, a new video installation, is being shown by Galería Cánem at the Loop Video Art Fair in Barcelona, from May 19-21, in June at the gallery space in Castellon, Valencia, and at the Santander Art Fair in July.
*Gate Beats has been chosen by the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid to be part their program Ciudades Invisibles (Invisible Cities) at the V Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes, Almería en Corto, Almeria, Spain, May 25 to June 3.
*For the second year running, the great Hi Mom! Film Festival will be showing my videos, this time Tin Pot Dance and Perversion on June 15 and 16, with Tin Pot Dance also being screened at Optica, in Gijón, Spain in July.
*The Walter Thompson Orchesta has invited me to a Soundpainting Think Tank in Hoganas, Sweden in August which will include three live performances in August. *Randomness and Certainty, a year-long project in collaboration with Barbara Zanditon in which scientists are being asked how their work experience has affected their personal view of life, will also be showing at the Dana Centre [London] on October 3, in partnership with the BA.
- Chris Twomey , artist/writer, will moderate the next Artists-Talk-On-Art panel discussion, "Post Post Modern," a visual conversation, in NYC; April 28, 2006. http://www.aoa.wo
- Eva Lee's artwork, "Division Transfers," is part of the exhibition, Current Abstraction, at the Black Rock Art Center, Bridgeport, CT; April 29-June 10, 2006; Opening Reception: Sat, April 29, 5-7pm http://www.blackrockartcenter.com
AND... another of Eva's works,"Traveling Pinches Within," is included in, The Local Line exhibition; April 30 - June 1, 2006; Opening Reception: Sun, April 30, 1:00-3:30pm; Sacred Heart University, 5151 Park Avenue, Fairfield, CT 06825; Tel: 203-365-7650; Hours: M-Th 12-5pm, Su 12-4pm.
- Lillian Ball's work is featured in "The Drop" exhibition at Exit Art, NYC. [see Exhibitions above]
- Julian Voss-Andreae will have his sculpture, "Unraveling Collagen," installed on May 10, 2006 in the City of South San Francisco’s Orange Memorial Sculpture Park.
- Sophie Kahn is participating in the International Digital Photo Project this month. The exhibition, held both in Seoul and online, features the work of 30 artists from 15 countries around the world. http://idp-bitmap.org/ and http://www.sophiekahn.net
- Stephanie Dinkins is in the exhibition "Survive/Thrive/Alive" at WaveHill, NYC. [see exhibitions above]
- Chris Twomey , artist/writer, will moderate the next Artists-Talk-On-Art panel discussion, "Post Post Modern," a visual conversation, in NYC. http://www.atoa.ws
- Dennis Summers gave a video presentation lecture on his "Crying Post Project" at "Connectivity: The Tenth Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology," held at Connecticut College March 30 - April 1, 2006. "The Crying Post Project" is a global memorial artwork which consists of placing markers at sites of environmental disasters, a series of digitally created prints, and an interactive 3D website http://www.thecryingpostproject.org
- Donna Marshall's solo show, "Paintings: Donna Nelson Marshall" will take place April 20-May 20, 2006; Opening Party: Thursday, April 20th at 7pm-9pm; Grand Home Gallery; 93 Grand St. (between First & Newark Sts.); Hoboken, NJ 07030; 917-415-8806; http:// www.donnamarshall.com
- Kenneth A. Huff's work appears in a group exhibition, "Expanded Sculpture", at the 119 Gallery in Lowell, Massachusetts, 17 March - 28 April. Print, sculptural and time-based works are being shown. For more information: http://www.119gallery.org/ and http://www.kennethahuff.com
- Zev Robinson & artafterscience organized an evening event on March 13, at the Dana Centre, London, "My Climate is Changing," included a screening that he curated in collaboration with the BA and with scientist/writer Barry Gibb, followed by a panel discussion. The British Academy of Science will be presenting Randomness and Certainty at the Dana Centre on October 3.
AND, on March 16, artafterscience teamed-up with John Hartley and Orquesta Tonta for "Devour," a live audio visual work on consumerism, ecology and language. As part of Node-l, at the the Boxing Club, Limehouse Town Hall, 646 Commercial Road, London, E14 7HA. More details here http://www.artafterscience.com/orchesta_
- Trish Adams is presenting a paper on the "Beyond Boundaries: Practice" panel during the New Constellations Conference in Sydney, Australia.
- Roz Dimon will be the featured artist at the East End Arts Council of Long Island’s Project Room from March 31 – May 6, 2006. She will be sharing a digital mediascape reflection post 9/11 titled “WINDOWS ON THE WORLD: with liberty and justice for ALL.” This piece which can be flipped 180 degrees to show 2 views in one, can also be seen at her website: www.artstory.net
- John Chervinsky's photos will be featured in "Photo Eye in Santa Fe" in their Photographers Showcase] http://www.photoeye.com [click on Galleries, then Photographers Showcase]
- Abigail Doan has an artwork in the Workmanship of Risk/microrevolt exhibit; Richard F. Brush Gallery, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY; 1 March - 6 April, 2006. http://www.microrevolt.org/KNAS/doan.htm
- Neva Setlow will exhibit her sculpture with the American Society of Contemporary Artists. The exhibition is titled My Favorite and will be held at The Shelter Rock Art Gallery in Manhasset NY from March 31-May 2, 2006.Reception: April 9th 1-3 PM. Info: (516)-627-6560
AND, Neva has had her work accepted to the juried show "Surface, Space and Light at the Arts + Literature Laboratory. The exhibition is being held at the ALL Gallery 319 Peck Street,New Haven CT April 22 - May 21; Reception: April 22, 1-5 PM
- Benoit Maubrey will give a demo and workshop of his "Electroacoustic Clothes: The Electronic Guy", April 9th at the Flux Factory, NYC. [see Workshops above]
- Mark Coniglio from Troika Ranch will give a workshop on hardware and software tools for Interactive installations and performances; March 18, 10am-5pm; Eyebeam, NYC. http://www.eyebeam.org
- Cheryl Safren's exhibition "Chemistry on Copper," March 19-May 25, 2006; reception March 19th, 4-6pm; The Great Neck Arts Center, 113 Middle Neck Road, Great Neck, NY; (516) 829-2570.
- Lorraine Walsh shows her "Experimental Superstrings" AND, intriguing new BIO-inspired digital images! http://www.lorrainewalsh.com
- Eva Lee’s The Liminal Series plumbs the perceptible edges of molecular, cellular and astronomical universes with striking digital animations; will be presented at Wave Hill, NYC; part of their Animated Shorts: Nature-Related Animations; Sat, Mar 18 & Sun, Mar 19; Armor Hall, 2:30PM. email@example.com
- Ellen Jantzen's digital print, "Prehension," was selected for inclusion in the Los Angeles Center For Digital Art's "Top 40" LACDA International Juried Competition Winners Show; thru April 1, 2006. http://www.lacda.com
- Alyce Santoro spent the month of February at the Vermont Studio Center in Vermont and made some cool "Bucky Balls" out of ice cream cones [sans the ice cream!] http://homepage.mac.com/alyceobvious/
- Marianne Petit - an up-date on her charming online animated work: "When I Was Three" is back with new episodes on the first of each month, with this month's tribute to the poetry of our autograph books of yesterday! http://www.wheniwasthree.com/episodes/new.html
AND... Marianne's "716" is going strong with new episodes each Monday. Next month it's going to be at the Athens Institute of Contemporary Art. http://www.716comic.com/episodes.html
- Bobbi Mastrangelo [and her “Grate Works”] is the Osceola Center for the Arts' March Artist of the Month; Artist reception Friday March 10, 6:00-7:30pm; Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E. Irlo Bronson Hwy., Kissimmee, FL. http://www.ocfta.com
- Deena des Rioux - 5th Egyptian International Print Triennale, National Museum of Fine Arts, Giza, Feb 25-April 25, 2006. Since inception of the Triennial in 1994, des Rioux has been a Guest Artist of the Egyptian Ministry of Culture; her computer-driven images as inkjet prints are in the permanent collection at the International Museum of Graphic Art, Cairo. http://www.fineart.gov.eg
- Jane D. Marsching's new project Arctic Listening Post will be exhibited at the Paine Gallery, Massart, Boston, MA, January 27 - March 11. She will be presenting recent new media work about the north pole and arctic circle, including a video created in 2005 in collaboration with musician Victor McSurely using images from the NOAA web cam at the north pole. http://www.janemarsching.com
AND... Jane is also the recipient of a 2006 Creative Capital Grant and a 2006 LEF Foundation Contemporary Work Fund Grant in Intermedia. She will be presenting her work at a conference in the Reykjavik Academy in Reykjavik, Iceland, called Images of the North. http://www.akademia.is/imagesofthenorth/
- Eva Lee exhibited her large white-on-black ink drawings explore the space and complexity of nature's cellular and cosmic systems; "Works on Paper" at OH+T Gallery; Boston, MA; thru Feb.18, 2006. http://www.ohtgallery.com
- Ellen Jantzen's work was included in the exhibition, "Standards & Shifts in Contemporary Art: Winter Solstice IV", is from her series of digitally manipulated photographs,"Artificial Evolution" at The Studio, Armonk, NY; Dec. 18 - Jan. 29, 2006. http://www.etavonni.com
- Rachel Mayeri is showing her "Soft Science Series" of digital movies at the CUNY Graduate Center, NYC. [See Lectures above]
- Alyce Santoro’s participation in a recent dorkbot event was covered in the New York Times ; Science Times/Tuesday edition, and featured in an article on the New York Academy of Science’s “Science & The City” web-pages; and in WIRED News magazine: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/17/science/
- Leni Schwendinger’s current Light Projects include these clients: New York City's Track and Field Hall of Fame and Learning Center; The Hoboken and Staten Island Ferry Terminals [St.George]; and New York's Jewish Museum. http://lightprojectsltd.com
- Shannon Keegan (featured in Digital '05: Exquisite) has written and illustrated a unique children's book entirely on the computer using a stylus and tablet, in Adobe Photoshop. The art style is classical realism--created digitally! For a look inside the book visit: http://www.bixiegatepublishing.com
- Eva Lee 's large white-on-black ink drawings that explore the space and complexity of nature's cellular and cosmic systems, are part of a group show at OH+T Gallery, 450 Harrison St., Boston; through Feb.18 th ; http://www.evaleestudio.com
- Julian Voss-Andreae has a new work on view in the current show "Iron and Steel" at the Alexander Gallery at Clackamas Community College, Portland, Oregon. http:// www.JulianVossAndreae.com
- Eric Singer: in February, LEMUR will be appearing with Mari Kimura at the Making New Waves festival in Hungary. In March, new LEMUR instruments will be unveiled in an installation of Ballet Mecanique at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. This installation will feature a fully automated performance of an excerpt from George Antheil's famous piece for 16 player pianos and percussion ensemble (see http://antheil.org ).
- Zev Robinson After a year of hard work, lots of it made possible by an Arts Council grant, artafterscience ( www.artafterscience.com ) will have an even busier year in 2006: [after * below]
*Chatterbox, a video installation about the absurd and repetitive nature of media and communication, is included in “Adding Insult to Injury? Artistic responses to Censorship and Media,” curated by Robert Sweeny, at the Kipp Gallery, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, January 16, travelling to Central Missouri State University in September 2006. Chatterbox will also be showing at the Fresh Festival in Bracknall, UK, January 28.
*In March, artafterscience will team up with John Hartley and his Orquesta Tonta to do a live audio-visual piece during "node.london". Barry Gibb and Zev are putting together a screening of videos in response to global warming on March 13 at the Science Museum annex the Dana Centre in London, in collaboration with the BA (The British Association for the Advancement of Science).
*In-progress: Prometheus Project, is a collaboration with pianist Claudio Crismani to create video for installations and performances based on the music of Alexander Scriabin. http://www.artafterscience.com
- Ellen Jantzen’s work from her series of digitally manipulated photographs,"Artificial Evolution," is featured in the exhibition, "Standards & Shifts in Contemporary Art: Winter Solstice IV” at The Studio, Armonk, NY; thru January 29, 2006.
- Flash Light has several exhibitions to report: [several listings = * below]
* "The Studio Visit," curated by Papo Colo and Jeannette Ingberman, Exit Art, 475 Tenth Ave., NY, NY 10018. Jan. 7 - Jan. 28, Tue. & Wed. 10 AM to 6 PM, Thur. & Fri. 10 AM - 10 PM, Sat. noon - 10 PM, 212 966-7745.
* "SPIN," curated by Cynthia von Buhler, CVB Space, 407 West 13th St., NY, NY 10014, Jan. 12 - Feb. 2, Sat. 1 - 6 PM and by appointment, 646 336-8387.
* "Art from Detritus: Recycling with Imagination," curated by Vernita Nemec, Edward Williams Gallery; Farleigh Dickenson University, 150 Kotte Place, Hackensack, NJ; Dec. 5, 2005 - Jan. 27, 2006, 201-692-2000
* "Mixed Media (The Digital Dog Show)," curated by Arnold Wechsler, Westbeth Gallery, 55 Bethune St., NYC; Opening Feb. 2, 5 - 7 PM, Feb. 2 - 24, Thur. - Sat. 1 - 6 PM, 212 989-4650
* "Light My Ire," curated by Sholom; FusionArts Museum, 57 Stanton St., NYC; Opening Feb. 16, 7 - 10 PM, Sun. - Wed. noon - 6 PM, Thur. noon - 8 PM, Fri. noon - 3 PM, 212 338-0276
* "Black and White," Holland Tunnel Gallery, 61 South 3rd St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn; Opening Feb. 17 6 - 8 PM, Sat. & Sun. 1 - 5 PM, and by appointment, 718 384-5738
* "Anubis Studies Genetic Engineering," an artwork included in ASCI’s exhibition "Spring Works: The Pull of Kinetics” at the New York Hall of Science, 1994 has been converted into a webpage. www.LordAnubis.org/sermon3.htm