My 2014 exhibition and presentation calendar is already shaping up to be a busy one.
Both Facebook Demetricator and ScareMail will be part of the Arte Laguna Prize Finalists Exhibition in Venice, Italy. My category, Virtual and Digital Art, will be on view at the Telecom Italia Future Centre from 23 March to 6 April. Entrance is free and the venue is open from 10a to 6p.
Facebook Demetricator will be on display in the gallery component of Theorizing the Web. The venue is Windmill Studios in Brooklyn, and the dates are 25-26 April. I’m also presenting about Demetricator as part of the conference panel sessions. [link]
ScareMail is currently on view in Buffalo as part of Yoko Ono Fan Club, at the University at Buffalo Art Gallery, through 29 March. Next up for ScareMail is Exuberant Politics, put on by the University of Iowa, and held at Legion Arts in Cedar Rapids from 6 Mar to 1 Apr.
The Electronic Literature Association conference (ELO2014) at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, includes a media art show component (separately refereed). ScareMail will be part of that show, and I’m also presenting about ScareMail and algorithmic text generation as an artistic strategy on a conference panel. [link]
I have a solo show at the newly created Web-Space, curated by Simon Bowerbank out of New Zealand. This show, focused on Computers Watching Movies, will include a never before released sketch clip from that work. This show will run during the month of April.
Finally, I neglected to mention here that Computers Watching Movies was part of the recently concluded COLLISION20 at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery. It was great to work with curator Will Tremblay.
And an extra: there’s another show in the planning stages that I’m very excited about! Check back (or subscribe to my feed) to keep up to date.