Tag: art

IMA Spring Show

IMA Spring Show

Friday May 7th through May 8th
Location: Black Box Hunter North 543

The eighth annual showcase of Hunter College’s MFA in Integrated Media Arts program (IMA-MFA) – will open in Hunter College’s Black Box Gallery. In the past the two day exhibited a body of digital and new media art, including video, interactive, installation, performance, and web based art, produced by students and faculty of the IMA-MFA program.

IMA Alum Hector Canonge’s project at Discover Queens Visitor’s Center

Queen Beats

“QUEENS BEATS,” investigates how people are able to experience cultures, traditions, ethnic heritage, and the borough’s history through music, spoken word, local languages, and field sounds recorded in the neighborhoods along the 18 stops of the ‘International Express.’ QUEENS BEATS featured the interactive projects URBIS18 (a touch-screen interactive sound map), and IRTag (an interactive installation using barcode scanning technology). More information about the project: www.hectorcanonge.net/

Cancelled: Emerging Media Lecture Series: Katherine Behar

This Event has been cancelled.

Monday, April 12th from 8:00 – 9:00 PM

Location: 502, Hunter North

Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary artist based in New York City. Her
installations, performances, and videos mix high and low technologies to portray
the condition of living sensuously in digital media. Katherine has participated
in shows at art centers such as Chicago Cultural Center, De Balie Centre for
Culture and Politics in Amsterdam, and The National Museum of Art in
Cluj-Napoca; at festivals including CamouFlash in Dresden, the Mediations
Biennale in Poznan, the Digital Live Art Festival in Leeds, PostsovkhoZ 6 in
Mooste, Estonia, and PSi, Conflux, and the D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge
Festival, all in New York; and at galleries including Maryland Art Place in
Baltimore, Interval in Manchester, CANADA in New York, and the Dorsch Gallery in
Miami, among others. In addition to making her own work, Katherine is part of
two long-term collaborations, the performance art group Disorientalism with
Marianne M. Kim, and RSI, an art and technology team with Ben Chang and Silvia Ruzanka. Katherine teaches Digital Art at Pace University.

More Information: http://katherinebehar.com/