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Art and Technology arts and technology conceptual art Theory

Theorizing the Web 2013 Conference #TtW13

If you are in the New York area (Hunter College, specifically) from March 1-2, please consider attending the Theorizing the Web 2013 Conference. I will be presenting my research as a part of a panel discussion titled, “You are what you Post” during the Saturday breakout sessions. I will also be serving as a hashtag […]

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Art and Technology Conceptual conceptual art Creative Coding | Programming Digital Art interactive art Internet Art Multi Media Social Networking Virtual Art

ZERO1 Artist Alumni, Tim Roseborough ~ “A Puzzling Display” Online Arts and Culture Game

Official Press Release and Text Source: Tim Roseborough, Digital and New Media Artist “A Puzzling Display” is a new artist-created online arts and culture game, where registered participants compete and test their arts and culture knowledge. Inspired by the annual “puzzle hunts” hosted by institutions such as MIT and Microsoft, Silicon Valley digital artist Tim Roseborough has […]

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Culture Criticism Observations

Padlocks along the Brooklyn Bridge

It’s safe to assume I did a lot of walking while I was in New York. Walking the Brooklyn Bridge was fun despite the biting cold. Along the way, my girlfriend showed me something extremely sentimental and unique to the Bridge – padlocks. Apparently, these locks were hung by lovers devoting eternal and unconditional love […]

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Art and Technology Conceptual Creative Coding | Programming Digital Art Social Networking

Digital Empathy by Julianne Swartz

Visiting the High Line, which is in Manhattan’s West Side area was a real treat (especially after reading the National Geographic article Miracle Above Manhattan in the March 2011 issue). This beautifully, well designed park brings serenity even to the busiest, fast-moving city dweller. People were having lunch, talking to friends, or pulling out cameras […]

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Art Performance and Conceptual Photography Post Modernism Visual Arts

A New Way to Use the Body

I’m always intrigued by artists who find new and creative ways to use the body in art. Ariana Page Russell has not only used her body in a unique way, she has taken her skin condition and incorporated it into her creative process. Reminiscent of some of my all time favorite female artists Ana Mendieta, Marina […]

The People SF Faces