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Envisioning Time, Space, and the Future
5th International Open Competition/Exhibition

Sept. 28 - Dec. 1, 2002 : The Technology Gallery, New York Hall of Science
Dec. 8, 2002 - Jan. 31, 2003 : Taranto Gallery, Chelsea, New York



Through this annual competition/exhibition, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) continues to nurture and celebrate the nascent medium of digital printmaking by highlighting outstanding international, national, and local talent. This year's show thematically relates to a major exhibition, EINSTEIN, that opens at the American Museum of Natural History in New York in mid-November. The works in Digital02 either relate to concepts of time, space, and the future or somehow utilize specific scientific phenomena or technologies that are a result of Einstein's legacy including: X-rays, MRIs, or the technologies of electron-scanning microscopes, or GPS, to mention a few.

Both artists and scientists (and the hybrid artist-scientist) were selected this year: Christine Auda (New Jersey), Elizabeth Bajbor (Poland); Gloria P. Brush (Minnesota), William M. Byrne (New York City), Patrick Dalton (New York City), Lena David (New York City), Daria Dorosh (New York City), John Fillwalk (Indiana), Peter Gudynas (England), Debbie Hahn (New Zeland), Joanne Handley (Australia), Donald Johnson (Canada), Tammy Jo Jones (North Carolina), Matthew Klein (New York City), Liz Lee (New York), Gail Rubini (Florida), Raymond St. Arnaud (Canada), Dennis Summers (Michigan), Eugene Tulchin (New Jersey), Michael J. Vitti (New York City), John Vucic-Wolfpup (Australia), Lorraine Walsh (North Carolina), and Cece Wheeler (Virginia).

THIS YEAR'S JUROR: Julia Van Haaften is currently the Assistant Director of the Digital Library Program at the New York Public Library (was curator of Photography at NYPL for twenty years before taking her present position).

Opening at the New York Hall of Science: 3-5pm, Sept.28th!

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Artwork & Artists Info and Juror Statement & Bio [navigation links top/bottom page]
for images and details about the artwork, artists, and Juror.



ASCI was one of the first organizations in the world to recognize the digital print as a valid fine art product in 1998 by organizing an afternoon panel discussion, "Collectibility & the Digital Print." It was held in Great Hall at Cooper Union in New York City, in conjunction with our first international digital print competition/exhibition.

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