Made in NY Media Center hosts the 2017 New York Electronic Art Festival Pecha Kucha on June 1st from 6:30 – 7:30 pm as part of the Dumbo First Thursday Gallery Walk. The evening will … 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
A generative artwork that creates unpredictable poetic phrases from Benjamin Moore’s paint color database; it is an interdisciplinary exploration of sound, color and language that looks at looking. The piece is built from an online collection of over 1000 unique color names that are poetically sequenced using a computer program … Continue reading
A speculative audiocassette: an archaeological artifact of the present. Not available through subscription or purchase, for educational use only.
Curated and produced by Tom Leeser
Envisaged back in 1981 as an audiocassette … 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
PagDay(‘17) is a multi-user interactive digital, kinetic, geo-locative performance media project by Max Kazemzadeh and Reza Safavi:that uses algorithmic functions calculated in a custom GPS Tracking Android Phone App that directs participants or “passengers” around Governors Island uncovering significant information/content relating to the island’s history and present. The passenger’s … Continue reading
It’s Coming a Storm uses a projected virtual simulation to … Continue reading
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