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Art and Technology arts and technology Creative Coding | Programming

Review of Shih Chieh Huang at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in Daily Serving

The flickering, multi-colored lights of Shih Chieh Huang’s installation Synthetic Seduction, now on view at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, reminds me of the cellular and molecular models found in biology classrooms. When I was a student, one of the ways in which I learned about organic forms was by placing mitochondria, lysosomes, […]

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Digital Art Graphic Design

Pixels of Fury 2013 at HOW and SF Design Week

Interesting delivery in my Inbox today! Pixels of Fury competition. Read all about it below. If you’re a crazy talented pixel pusher, this may be right up your alley. OR, you may know someone, feel free to pass it along. *          *          *         […]

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Art and Technology

Asterisk SF Feature on Kristin Neidlinger

Excerpt from Feature: Kristin Neidlinger Historically, Neidlinger has worked with circus performers, classically trained dancers, and individuals who have suffered from severe nerve damage, since their bodies are hyper-aware and sensitive to touch. In the long-term, she proposes, “the future of wearable technology becomes a part of us. Emotional displays and bio.media will be woven […]

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Art Art and Technology Multi Media

You know you’re in Art School when…

Performance Piece by artist Ken Becker from Dorothy Santos on Vimeo. One of your brilliant classmates hacks open a sculptural work during a performance piece. I will be posting more pictures this weekend but one of the graduate wide electives I took this past semester was Sound, Music, and Technology. Ken was in my class […]

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Art Art and Technology

Upgrade! SF at Asterisk San Francisco ~ Workshop with Los Angeles-based artist Sara Schnadt!!

Upgrade! SF is kicking off its 2013 season! As many of you know, we received an Alternative Exposure Grant from Southern Exposure last year to produce a few workshops on new media art — these are led by artists are create work that is not just technical but also has strong conceptual underpinnings. In this […]

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Art Creative Coding | Programming

Friday Night Reading

There’s nothing like spending a quiet night with a hot cup of tea and reading for pleasure! While the Rushkoff book is directly related to my research, it’s an easy and accessible read on a relatively complicated issue of programming and contemporary culture. I plan on finishing up Saturday afternoon. As for The Influencing Machine […]