Customization has always been at the heart of couture: the hand-beaded, hand-stitched, one-of-a-kind gown as a unique garment with a specific connection to its wearer. In the exhibition Coded_Couture, on view at Tufts University Art Gallery, until May 21, 2017 curators Ginger Duggan and Judy Fox propose a new definition of couture, in which coding [...]
Boston Cyberarts is holding a demonstration of Google’s virtual reality painting software, Tilt Brush. Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space within a virtual reality environment. There will be a short demonstration of the technology and then a number of attendees can try it out for 10 minutes each. First come, first serve. We [...]
Robin will discuss his recent work on display in the Boston Cyberarts gallery show Constructed Video, as well as the projects that preceded it. He will focus on the idea of manifesting motion and stillness within a single work, touching on both the technical and conceptual aspects of his practice.
When: Saturday, Dec. 3rd, 4–6pm (note [...]
ATNE is pleased to host an afternoon gallery event with two artists, Will Pappenheimer and John Craig Freeman, from ARt: Augmented Reality, the current exhibition at Boston Cyberarts. This will give the public a rare opportunity to converse with artists working at the forefront of the emerging Augmented Reality field.
When: Saturday, Oct. 29th, 4:00–6:00pm (note [...]
This workshop is for beginners — people new to programming. This will be a true introduction to computer programming and how it can be used for inquiry and creativity, with no previous programming experience needed or expected.
The workshop, led by Nick Montfort, is based on Nick’s book Exploratory Programming for the Arts and Humanities. The [...]
ATNE hosts an evening with the artists of the Grounded group show at Boston Cyberarts Gallery.
Boston Cyberarts Gallery is pleased to present Grounded, an exhibition that explores the use of technology in contemporary art. In electrical terminology ‘grounded’ is the state of being connected to the earth. As an adjective, ‘grounded’ can also mean sensible, [...]
Karl Sims’ Reaction-Diffusion Media Wall exhibit opened recently at the Museum of Science. It consists of emergent dynamic patterns displayed on a high resolution wall of 24 screens. Two simulated chemicals, shown as white and dark blue, react and diffuse to generate biological-looking patterns and shapes. A touch screen kiosk in front of the display [...]
Abstract: Overview of multifaceted efforts to create an unusual “garden” for discovery and growth of astrobiologicals. These efforts involve experiments in regenerative biology, transcriptomics, synthetic “artisan” sea salts created with recovered halophiles, halophilic paleogeomicrobiology, the search for agencies of prokaryotic/eukaryotic radiation resistance and cellular repair, metagenomic investigations of the MIT nuclear reactor primary coolant microbiome, [...]
Ben Houge shares his concept of “food opera,” a unique pairing of music and gastronomy that presents a meal as a narrative medium, incorporating a thirty-channel speaker array and techniques from video game soundtracks to achieve an unprecedented level of synchronization between the senses of taste and hearing. In a series of collaborations with chef [...]
Ocean circulation and the Arctic comprise a thermal and geopolitical vortex in the context of global climate change. Since 2010, W. Benjamin Bray has spent an inordinate amount of time exploring his relationship to these vast physical spaces, and also their relationship to distant communities, through traveling, research, and artwork — a Situationist approach involving [...]
Join us as David Durlach demonstrates ChoreoV (“Choreography via Video”), a new software environment he is developing at TechnoFrolics, his Somerville, MA design studio. The application allows use of standard commercial video animation tools, with all their sophisticated WYSIWYG editing features, to choreograph real-world kinetic sculptures. Lights, motors, magnets, and more may be controlled interactively and [...]
We’re kicking off our new season of salons with Neil Leonard! He’ll be discussing his recent sound installations and performances with saxophone, computer and mobile devices.
When: Wednesday, Sept. 23rd, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green St., Jamaica Plain, MA (next to the Green Street Station)
Presenter: Neil Leonard
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How do we make sense of our environment parse it, probe it, and enact change? COLLISION: Stealing from the Real examines the transformative power of play and technology’s place within this act. Increasingly computer-mediated, simulation is how we learn about the world and test scenarios, a way of exploring identity, critiquing societal norms, constructing and [...]
In the Garden of Sonic Delights is a major exhibition of sound art located throughout Westchester County, NY, including work by such noted artists as Laurie Anderson, Annea Lockwood, Trimpin, and Stephen Vitiello. Sound artist Stephan Moore, the curator and artistic director of the exhibition, will discuss commissioning site-specific work while collaborating with a number [...]
Mar. 25th — Making Things Move, Talk, See and Give Off Light: The Evolution of a Curriculum in Physical Computing
For over three decades, students at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design have studied methods of incorporating analog and digital electronics in their art practice through the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) program. In this presentation, two MassArt teachers will talk about the history of young artists working with code and hardware and the [...]
A Boston based artist, Andrew Neumann will give an overview of his work, including material realized at The Experimental Television Center, sculptural pieces, multi-channel installations, as well as excerpts from single channel projections pieces, including DoublePsycho, Split:Riddle:, and various works in progress and other sundry experiments.
When: Wednesday, Mar. 4th, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green [...]
We are sad to say that we have to cancel the Evening with Fred Barzyk planned for tomorrow, February 5th. There’s been a bit of weather-related incident beyond our control.
We hope to see everyone next month at our next salon instead!
A special event to coincide with the exhibition Otto Piene & Electronic Art in New [...]
Digital media art, literature, and culture is full of work, and often very interesting work, that is based directly on what has come before—from Cory Archangel’s Super Mario Clouds to 1980s home video games based on arcade games to Eddo Stern’s Fort Paladin: America’s Army to the more than 20 remixes and reworkings of Nick [...]
Walter Wright will talk about his experiences as a pioneer in the world of video art. His talk will include such topics as the Experimental Television Center, Wobbulators, Video Shredders, and innovations from live video performance at The Kitchen. This is a must-attend event for fans of video art and technology history.
When: Wednesday, Oct. 22nd, [...]