A single-channel video version of my piece A Work of Art for Every Entry in Index—Subjects—Library of Congress is included in the Art as Message exhibit at the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA) in Gimpo, Korea. The exhibit runs October 7-25.
Other artists featured in the exhibit include Stephen Althouse, Beast, Lauren Bickerdike, Andrea Chinese, Goya Choi, Kt coleman, Dirk Fleischmann, Gregory Grano, Sam HEYDT, Taeho Hong, Holland Hopson, Abdo Julani , kim hayung, Deandra Lee, Daniela Marx, HyeSung Moon, Joohyun Park, Thomas Pickarski, R. Prost, Deborah Sfez, Kim Turru, Mark Wittig, Yeiji Won, Huidi Xiang, Unyon Yang, Jaesik Yoo, Ihsu Yoon, Hyeoung Nae In.
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Check out more info about the piece.
I’m happy to have a piece included in the
Biblio Spectaculum exhibit at Main Street Arts in Clifton Springs, NY. The show is a national exhibition of artist books and text-based visual works juried by Scott McCarney. My piece “ A Work of Art for Every Entry in Index—Subjects—Library of Congress” uses an algorithm to generate an endless stream of descriptions of possible art objects.
The gallery is open by appointment only, or check out this
nice collection of images from the show.
I’m excited to have work included in this online exhibit presented by the
Fringe Arts Bath Festival. Automated opens 5/22. Stay tuned for the link.
Brush Mind at the opening tonight with Hank Lazer. We miss you, Jane Cassidy!
The University of Alabama’s Department of Art and Art History’s
2019 Faculty Biennial Exhibition opens today. I’m showing three works:
Brush Mind: Second Hand – a collaboration with Jane Cassidy and Hank Lazer (a still from the piece is above)
Pink Noise – a new piece of sound art
A Work of Art for Every Entry in Index—Subjects—Library of Congress – a new piece of generative computer art
Two other new faculty are exhibiting work:
Jonathan Cumberland and Wade MacDonald. Featured artists also include William Dooley, Allison Grant, Jason Guynes, Chris Jordan, Sarah Marshall, Giang Pham, Pete Schulte, Sky Shineman, Bryce Speed, and Craig Wedderspoon.
The exhibit runs through October 11, 2019. Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, September 5 from 5-7pm.
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Tagged Allison Grant, Art, Brush Mind, Bryce Speed, Chris Jordan, Computer Art, Craig Wedderspoon, Giang Pham, Hank Lazer, Jane Cassidy, Jason Guynes, Jonathan Cumberland, Library of Congress, Pete Schulte, Pink Noise, Sarah Marshall, Sarah Moody Gallery, Sky Shineman, Sound, Sound Art, University of Alabama, Wade MacDonald, William Dooley
Here’s something to puzzle over
I’m excited to present about my software-based visual work this week at
Digitorium, the University of Alabama Digital Humanities Conference.
Learn more about the work
here or follow the project on Twitter @imaginaryflags
I’m participating in a panel discussion on unusual sound sources at Southern Sonic today. The panel is moderated by Dan Sharp and includes Andrew Raffo Dewar, Tim Feeney, Taylor Lee Shepherd and Rick Snow.
Saturday 5/12 2pm
Sonifying the Unlikely as a Practice in Contemporary Music and Sound Art
Contemporary Arts Center
New Orleans LA
Looking forward to a lively discussion!
Brush Mind: At Hand
University of Alabama
Sella Granata Gallery
Text/lettering: Hank Lazer
Video: Jane Cassidy
Music: Michael Harp & Aaron Dues; Andrew Raffo Dewar; Holland Hopson
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Tagged Aaron Dues, Andrew Raffo Dewar, Brush Mind, Hank Lazer, Holland Hopson, Jane Cassidy, Michael Harp, Music, poster, Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama