New York Electronic Art Festival 2017 – A Summer Celebration of 21st Century Art
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 in partnership with the Trust … Continue reading
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Trio is a multiscreen installation of abstract digital images, each a visual echo of a distinct three-note chord from a string trio score by first-generation minimalist composer Tom Johnson.
Presented on four large screens, the images were created with custom software based on 288 combinations of violin, viola, and … Continue reading
Harvestworks is pleased to present “I Touch You And You Touch Me,” a solo exhibition of work by Jeff Thompson. In 2016, Thompson was invited to be artist-in-residence at Bell Labs, famous for their collaborations with artists under the umbrella of Experiments in Art & Technology. Working embedded in the … Continue reading
WEB-MINDSCAPE joints the aspects of social networks (Twitter), surround sound, brainwaves and visual elements in an interactive/immersive audiovisual installation (light and sound), whereby visitors interact with the audiovisual environment by using an EEG interface, which reads their brain activity and triggers the interaction. The immersive audiovisual environment is site-specific, where … Continue reading
Richard Jochum’s Crossword Project and Thirty-Two Angry Dogs, two large-scale media installations, will be on display as part of the New York Electronic Arts Festival 2017 in DUMBO, Brooklyn from June 1 – 30, 2017. The New York-based media artist’s video projections will feature an interactive crowd-sourced crossword … Continue reading
Western Electric is a generative composition for fifteen modified and computer-controlled rotary telephones. The speed and position of the clappers are voltage-controlled, making possible a wide range of rhythms and tones. This expanded sound palette is used as the material for a structure based on the swarm behaviors of relatively … Continue reading