Art & Technology panel discussion moderated by Andrew Uroskie.
Tuesday, October 20, 2:00 – 4:00PM
Panelists include Stephanie Dinkins, Nobuho Nagasawa, Lorraine Walsh, Margaret Schedel, Tali Hinkis, Melissa F. Clarke and Takafumi Ide.
Exhibition: Faculty Exhibition 2015
Duration: September 15 – October 24, 2015
Reception: Wednesday, October 7, 6-8 pm
Free and open to the public
Place: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery
Location: Main Floor Staller Building, Stony Brook University
Contact: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery
Staller Center for the Arts, first floor
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5425
More information: 631.632.7240 or ZuccaireGallery@stonybrook.edu
Duration: May 8 – May 29, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, May 8, 7 – 9 pm
NURTUREart is pleased to present What It Was, curated by Project Curate and Adam Parker Smith, and featuring artists Avantika Bawa, Brent Birnbaum, Wyatt Burns, Stephanie Dinkins, Patrick Mohundro, and Scott Rogers.
What It Was asks us to confront our pasts and explore the potential of alternate and plural futures. In predicting what role art will have in our own lives and the lives of others, we wonder: where will the future be?
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Exhibition: CDT 317 Student Show
Duration: Thursday, May 7th, 3:00 – 8:00PM
Place: The SAC Art Gallery
more information: SAC Art Gallery website
World Maker Faire New York 2014
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September 20 – 21, 2014
Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm | Sunday 10:00am – 6:00pm
The artist from Art Department:
Takafumi Ide has participated a collaborative project “WobbleWonder” with 3 artists.
New York Hall of Science
How to get there:
Doug Ischar is a contemporary artist known for his work in documentary photography, installation art, sound art and video art. Following large multi-media installations such as Orderly (1994) and Wake (1996) Ischar turned to more minimal forms. His 1997 work for InSite (San Diego/Tijuana) used a high school basketball court as locale for a multimedia meditation of adolescent homosexual desire. His 2001 work ground uses twenty-four channels of audio to replicate the sound of a gallery floor being swept. His 2005 public installation Water Music explores the relationship between personal and artistic histories of the Pacific Rim cultures in which Ischar lived as a child. Since 2008, he has been producing highly complex single-channel videos around issues of cross-generational male intimacy and psychological/social loss.
Doug Ischar will be speaking and screening three recent video works, come lontano (2010), Alone With You (2011), Tristes Tarzan (2013) currently showing at the Whitney Biennial 2014.
Stony Brook Manhattan is located at 387 Park Ave South, New York, NY 10016. Use entrance around the corner at 101-113 East 27th Street.
Please join cDACT (Consortium for Digital Arts, Culture and Technology) for an exciting dive into the world of digital error. f(Glitch)—read “the Function of Glitch”—is an interlinked series of events happening March 4-6 at Stony Brook. There is an art exhibit at the Simons Center (running all month), a theatrical production in the Wang Chapel, a musical concert at the Staller Recital Hall, and a series of colloquia at the Humanities Institute and the Simons Center. And you won’t want to miss the reception at the Simons Center on March 5, featuring a special selection of glitch-inspired delicacies from Chef Paolo Fontana. f(Glitch will bring together a wide range of scientists, scholars, and artists to consider the utility of noise, for scientific and humanistic research as well as for artistic production.
Glitches are a glimpse into the hidden world of technology, exposing the seams in our digital infrastructure. Come experience with us!
For full schedule, and more information, please see:
f(Glitch) Event Timetable:
Art Exhibit Opens, Simons Center Gallery
Work by Robert Henke, David Linton, Emma McNally, Richard Garet, Bethany Shorb
Colloquia at the Humanities Institute, Stony Brook University
4:00 PM Joanna Demers, Musicologist: Music and Apocalyptic Desire
5:00 PM Seth Horowitz, Neuroscientist: McGurk and Other Disturbances
5:45 PM Antonio Roberts, Video Artist: Degenerative Design
6:30 Lev Manovich, Media Theorist: Software Takes Command
8:30PM The Modern Prometheus at Wang Chapel: Jeanette Yew, Theatre Arts
a devised piece using puppets and projection to explore the “uncanny valley”
10:00pm Bring Your Own Beamer Party at the University Cafe hosted by Antonio Roberts
Colloquia at Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Auditorium, Stony Brook University
4:00 Keynote: Carl Haber, Physicist: Seeing Voices: Optical Scanning Applied to Early Recorded Sound Preservation
5:00 Seth Horowitz, Neuroscientist: Data in the Wild: From Basic Biology to the Real World
5:30 Ann Warde, Bio-Acoustician: Erasing the Glitch
6:00 Opening Reception for Art Exhibit at Simons Center
Chef Paolo Fontana creates Glitch-inspired delicacies
7:30 Staller Center Recital Hall: Tom Richards, Pre-Concert Talk
Concert, 8:00, Staller Center Recital Hall, Stony Brook University
Composer/Performers: Jesse Allison, Paula Matthusen, Thecla Schiphorst, Matthew Gingold, Phillipe Pasquier, Crystin Magnus, Antonio Roberts, Tom Richards, Andrew Bernstein
Gallery Show Closes