Digital´04: tomorrow


International Digital Print Competition/Exhibition

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September 10 - December 5, 2004

The Technology Gallery at the
The New York Hall of Science 

Opening Reception:  October 3, 2-4pm


The inspiration for the theme of this year's exhibition, TOMORROW, emanates directly from the history of the venue itself.  The New York Hall of Science was built as one of the pavilions of the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair, and was one of the most ambitious in the USA until that time.  There is, of course, a long tradition of civilized cultures celebrating their current scientific and technological innovations through futuristic displays at international expositions, today often called World Expos.

For Digital'04, twenty-three artists and scientists from around the world, were selected via an open international competition, to presage "tomorrow" by showing us their visionary images of what they believe science and technology will produce for our futures.  What will our products and world look like, on and off this planet, or perhaps beneath its oceans?  At a time when digital technology and the information super-highway have impacted the artworld perhaps more drastically than most other professions, we anticipate that this unique mirror of society's values and aspirations for science and technology may prove surprising!

Participants in TOMORROW include:
William Byrne [NYC], Anna Dumitriu [Brighton, UK], Catherine Fitzgerald [Dublin, Ireland], Peter Gudynas [Birmingham, UK], Julee Holcombe [Oberlin, Ohio], Joyce Hwang [Philadelphia, PA], Ellen Jantzen [Valencia, CA], Susan Kaprov [NYC], Adrienne Klein [NYC], Bovey Lee [Pittsburgh, PA], Sebastian Lemm [NYC], Mary Mattingly [NYC], Meryl Meisler/Patricia O'Brien [NYC], Akihiko Miyoshi [Pittsburgh, PA], Andrea Polli/ Markus Maurette/Morgan Barnard [NYC], Leah Siegel [Santa Fe, NM], Julia Staples [Philadelphia, PA], Debra Swack [NYC], Beverley Veasey [Woollahra, Australia], and John Vega [Boulder, CO].

This year's juror is Anne Barlow, Curator of Education and Media Programs at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City.  
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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."  This event 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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