What happens when the viewer has the ability to control placement of letters to form words with their body and through gesture? How does this form of participation translate to art? How does the interface dictate the way the work is received? Please view Camille Utterback’s work, Text Rain, and share your thoughts.
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Reinterpretations, remakes, and contemporary works are strategically placed throughout God Only Knows Who the Audience Is: Performance, Video, and Television Through the Lens of La Mamelle, engaging viewers in what is almost an infinite loop of observation that changes with every go-around. Douglas Davis’s The Last Nine Minutes (1977) welcomes viewers to the second floor of the exhibition. The […]
Future/Canvas 2 will be exhibiting digital artists at the Gray Area Arts Foundation for the Arts this June! As much as I love a good ole pencil to draw and brush to paint, the iPad artists showcasing at this year’s Future/Canvas will not disappoint. After viewing the Future/Canvas site, you will definitely want to see […]
If you’re not familiar with Utterback’s work, please familiarize yourself. She’s phenomenal AND a presenting artist with Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA)…
You don’t want bad luck to strike this Friday eve, do you? Well, I’ve got an idea to get your mind off superstition, check out the GAFFTA closing party for Transmutations. Mingle and meet some great artists and immerse yourself in arts and technology. It will be some serious fun. See you there!