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Algorithmic Pollution: Artists Working with Dataveillance and Societies of Control
(Media-N: The Journal of the New Media Causus, 2017)
In 2013, interactive artist and Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica winner, David Rokeby, coined the phrase Algorithmic Pollution to describe a phenomena where data collection alters human public behavior. The purpose of this ...
Cyber In Securities
CYBER IN SECURITIES is an exhibition that addresses the growing concern among a cross-generational group of artists who are deeply enthusiastic about new media, but whose enthusiasm is complicated by the suspicion that ...
eLAND is a series of etchings embedded with a code. The viewer sees a reddish QR code that will display a photograph of a scene in the Australian outback where the pigment that the are viewing was once mined by the artist. ...
Water Chatter VR
An intaglio series of harmonograph drawings. Printed with hand-made pigments mined by the artist in the Australian outback
“NONUMENT 01:: McKeldin Fountain” is Baltimore’s virtual monument located in the Inner Harbor and free speech zone. In opposition to bronze and stone, the nonument or “no monument” recreates the destroyed Brutalist-style ...
The Drawing Center Viewing Program: Artist Portfolio, LIia Moren
I made watercolor pigments out of various urban waterways that feed into the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the world. I created dozens of paintings, including postcard watercolors and displayed them on a spinning ...
⌘Z: Artists Working With Phenomena And Technology
8-9. Ingrid Bachman, The Portable Sublime, 2003; 10. Ingrid Bachman, Symphony for 54 Shoes, 2006; 11-18. Ingrid Bachman, The Portable Sublime, 2003; 19-23. Nina Katchadourian, Talking Popcorn, 2001; 24. Nina Katchadourian, ...
Rembrandt in his Studio: a Cross-Species Installation for the Brids
"This public art project is an installation where birds and humans can share in a visual experience unique to a non-human species. Using the idea that birds see in the ultra-violet spectrum, a low-spectrum violet that ...