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

As part of our series SEVEN VISONARY WOMEN WHO PAVED THE WAY IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC we first we pay tribute to the ‘woman behind the wobbulator’ and ‘Sculptress of Sound’ Delia Derbyshire who helped to create the iconic themes to science fiction … Continue reading

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Google Makes Human Drivers Obsolete

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 driver.” The implications of this are huge, as Google and other tech … Continue reading

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Robotic Sculptures Cross the U.S.-Mexico Border

Chico MacMurtrie/Amorphic Robot Works, copyright of the artist Chico MacMurtrie’s Border Crossers are sculptural statements that bridge borders, both physical and symbolic. MacMurtrie plans to install Border Crossers at a range of significant locations, including the U.S.-Mexico border in the artist’s home … Continue reading

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Mature Artists: The Newest Emerging Stars

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 of suds rose and fell, the sculpture, Cloud Canyons, continually morphed into different shapes. … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings Inspired Space Opera With African Mythology

  Artist Paul Louise-Julie counts among his inspirations the words of Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien, the images of Star Wars and the whispers of a Senegalese elder who opened his eyes to the oral history of West Africa. … Continue reading

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Miami: New Latin American Art Museum

  Last week gallerist Gary Nader presented details of the new Latin American Art Museum he’s proposing, along with the big reveal of its location on Biscayne Boulevard, in an exhibition at his Wynwood gallery. Aside from a looping slideshow … Continue reading

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