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At the Intersection of Art and Technology – The Future of Music

Interactive media artist, researcher, and entrepreneur, Scott Snibbe’s latest work, Björk’s Biophilia App Album. Snibbe’s work not only speaks to the future of music that goes beyond listening, it showcases the possibilities of allowing the end-user to have a unique experience. Please view the video above and click here to learn more about the artist.

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Summer of Smart Overview

Summer of Smart: Democracy in the Digital Age from GAFFTA on Vimeo.

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10K Hours of Practice

Tonight, the Processing 101 class at Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) concluded and after the 4-day course, I know the (very) basics of Processing, which is a programming language developed for the visual artist in mind. The course was taught by extraordinary teacher, Ben Chun. The primary reason I decided to participate was to learn and […]

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The Art of War

Last weekend, I watched Full Metal Jacket. Being a huge fan of Stanley Kubrick and a sucker for a well done war film, the movie was phenomenal. Naturally, I thought of the various ways war has been depicted in the visual and new media arts. Admittedly, I’m not huge fan of political art; HOWEVER, when […]

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look art (revisited)

We live in a world where there is more and more information, and less and less meaning. ~ Jean Baudrillard In the era of Atari and Apple monochrome computers, the layperson was limited to simple data processing and a nice game of Pong. For the more engaged end user, technology possessed a winsome quality. Virtual environments […]

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Notes in/troducing Englyph in current issue of Shotgun Reviews

Visualize walking into a restaurant and being handed a menu in a foreign language. Most individuals would request a menu that they could read. For Tim Roseborough, such a menu served as the impetus for his latest work: Notes In/troducing Englyph. Much like the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, Roseborough examines human perception and understanding of language. […]