Hello, world. I’m currently “researcher in residence” at Signal Culture in lovely Owego, NY. Jason and Debora Bernagozzi have collected and created an amazing assortment of video processing tools and hard-to-find media-art related media. I’m currently researching early video periodical Radical Software and systems of video distribution for an upcoming exhibition project. I’ve been lucky to […]
Antipodal is a software application for iPhone and Android to show you what is on the opposite side of the Earth from where you stand. The app uses latitude and longitude obtained from the radios on the device to determine location. This invisible graph of demarcations has been used since the 3rd century BC to […]
I presented my taxonomy of artist-produced alternative economic schemas as part of the Performing Economies colloquium in April of 2014. The event featured talks by Silvia Federici and Renee Ridgeway as well as speakers from and tours of various urban economic and cultural redevelopment efforts in Buffalo, NY. A slightly foreshortened version of my presentation […]
I interviewed artist Anthony Antonellis about the RFID chip he had implanted in his hand to present a rotating exhibition of curated GIF art. We also talk about body mods, Valie Export, “the mark of the beast” and Aram Barthol’s Dead Drops.
I interviewed Alma Alloro – new media artist, Berliner, and my former Bauhaus U. comrade – for the Creators Project. We talked about ASCII art, László Moholy-Nagy, and Oskar Fischinger.
I interviewed artist Gabriel Shalom for the Creators Project– we talked about our media art heroes, including Steina Vasulka, Tony Conrad, and Martin Arnold.
Why did you go to art school? (I ask you) is a tumblr confessional I created to collect people’s reminiscences, regrets, reasonings, and musings on the decision making process that led to self-defining and/or professionalizing as an artist. Or not, in some cases. The answers are pretty surprising, personal, weird. Hyperallergic covered the blog a […]
For the 4th annual MediaCity conference, held in Buffalo, NY I organized the exhibition, which took place in a pop-up gallery we organized in a vacant storefront in downtown Buffalo. Exhibiting artists included Antoine Schmitt with City Lights Orchestra, Stephanie Rothenberg with The Garden of Virtual Kinship, Paolo Cirio’s Street Ghosts, and Julian Oliver’s Border […]
A few reviews of Time Mutations at the UB Art Gallery (sometimes known as UBAG). The Spectrum (student newspaper) refers to the work as “artwork of the internet” so that’s good, I think. http://www.ubspectrum.com/arts/artwork-of-the-internet-arrives-at-cfa-1.2978296 UB Media Study Blog