Sat April 24 at 1:00 pm PST. 4:00 pm EST. Color Light Motion Episode 3 presented by UCLA Art|Sci Center + Harvestworks NY + David Bermant Foundation featuring guest Christiane Paul who will be discussing the kinetics, optics and abstract imagery within the David Bermant collection. A spring series featuring media artists and scholars in dialogue about artworks from the Bermant Collection of media and kinetic arts Stream Here.
April 24 @4pm EST Harvestworks Director Carol Parkinson will participate in this online discussion about telematic gestures that articulate new horizons in pandemic times. Organized by INTERSECTION and CONTINENTE in coop with Goethe-Institut, UNTREF Universidad de los Andes Buenos Aires and CONTINENTE Buenos Aires.
OptoSonic Tea May Day
Saturday May 1st, from noon to 11pm NYC time, Harvestworks will participate in the OptoSonic MayDay Marathon, a collaboration between OptoSonic Tea and NowNet Arts with Experimental Intermedia, XFest and Kunsthaus Langenthal. This 11 hour non-stop virtual event will feature audio-visual performances put together by: NowNet Lab Ensemble (NYC), OptoSonic Tea (NYC and Langenthal, Switzerland), PataLab (Berlin, Bogotá, Cologne), APO33 (Nantes, France), Harvestworks (NYC), XFest (Lowell, MA), Sonic Gatherings (NYC), Grace Exhibition Space (NYC), Vampÿrates & Clockface Orange @ Synesthesia (NYC). Check out the Harvestworks set from 4pm – 5pm EST.
The entire OptoSonic MayDay Marathon will be viewable via the NowNet Arts virtual venue:
The Harvestworks Art and Technology Program continues in 2021 in Building 10a, Nolan Park. This year’s exciting program will begin with artists Dafna and Ayala Naphtali, Jakob Dwight, Valérie Hallier, Charlotte Mundy, Andrew Dimerjian and Joseph Morris in an exhibition that is open from May 8th – August 8th. Other activities are scheduled through October 31, 2021.
News from our Artists
“Disentanglement” is a site-specific installation of artworks by Laura Splan commissioned for the 2021 Bruges Triennial with the timely theme of “Trauma”.
Support Sean Montgomery’s Kickstarter! EmotiBit: Wearable biometric sensing for any project! An open-source (Arduino-driven) sensor for capturing high-quality emotional, physiological, and movement data that is 100% user-owned. “It really all began with the NYEAF collaboration with LoVid at NYSCI!!!” – Sean Montgomery
You Need to Know
Artist Relief is accepting new applications from March 8 to June 23, 2021 and will distribute $5,000 to artists facing financial emergencies due to COVID-19. Thank you to the Foundation for Contemporary Arts for this important initiative!