May 26 – July 23: Island Electronics, Art and Technology Works by Liz Phillips, Wave Crossings, Claudia Hart The Flower Matrix, Matthew Ostrowski Western Electric, Marshall Reese/Nora Ligorano Dawn of the Anthropocene and Max Kazemzadeh / Reza Safavi Paggank Daywaygun (2017) at Governors Island Bldg 7a Nolan Park
New York Electronic Art Festival 2017 – A Summer Celebration of 21st Century Art. A Harvestworks 40th Anniversary Event.
New York, May 1, 2017 – Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center announces the sixth New York Electronic Art Festival held biennially on Governor’s Island and venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Presented … Continue reading
In celebration of thingNY’s 10th anniversary, the theatrically-charged new music collective presents a multi-channel sound and visual installation on the theme thingNY: 10 years in the (music) making, an immersive, interactive environment of sensory under- and overload. Using thingNY’s decade of archival recordings as source material, the installation simulates our … Continue reading
WAVE CROSSINGS is Liz Phillip’s sound and site-specific installation that explores the NY Harbor to reveal waves and life under and above the water’s surface. The New York Harbor is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay and into the Atlantic Ocean. Governor’s … Continue reading
Klax Vaults is a multimedia installation – a simple hardrive attempting to run a number of operations simultaneously, ultimately confusing itself (misplacing variables, misdirecting outputs) and creating a counterintuitive series of feedback loops & recursion. Through 8 channels of audio and 3 of video, Klax Vaults immerses its … Continue reading
Weather Center for the Apocalypse / Future Satellite is alert to an uncertain future. It is a sculptural installation that incorporates new media, performance, and participation. Built primarily with salvaged materials, it predicts changes in our environment and culture that could affect the autonomy of citizens in the event of … Continue reading