Monthly Archives: February 2016

Art Selectronic Presents: Ultraviolet Sun

    London based Art Selectronic in association with eMediaLoft.org and The Museum of Modern Media (MoMM) in New York City present Ultraviolet Sun, an evening of performance, sonic and retinal art. Tom Estes, Sarah Gavin, Vanya Balogh, Riffy Powerz, Annabelle Stapleton-Crittenden, … Continue reading

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SCULPTRESS OF SOUND: DELIA DERBYSHIRE

The ‘woman behind the wobbulator’ and ‘Sculptress of Sound’ Delia Derbyshire helped to create the iconic themes to science fiction programmes Doctor Who, The Tomorrow People  and Timeslip. Image EMOTICON Live Art Performance by Tom Estes Delia Ann Derbyshire (5 May 1937 – 3 July 2001) … Continue reading

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Google Makes Human Drivers Obsolete

Image: Crash Test Dummy, Live Art Performance by Tom Estes at Lubomirov_Easton The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration––the U.S. vehicle safety regulator––has said the driverless computer Google created to pilot its self-driving cars can be considered, under federal law, “a … Continue reading

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Mature Artists: The Newest Emerging Stars

Tom Estes and his Biomorphic Robotic Live Art Action Painting Performance for Ultraviolet Sun Last fall in New York, one of the most talked about works at the Independent Projects art fair was a fountain of foaming soap bubbles. As mountains … Continue reading

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