updates

6 April

Psychogeography Lives

Posted in goings on, teaching
Psychogeography Lives

The course I teach at Hunter College in the IMA (Integrated Media Arts) MFA program called Psychogeography is very process oriented, but that doesn’t keep the amazing students from turning fully formed projects into the world. Annie Berman’s great video Street Views, “shot” entirely in Google Street View, made for class last year, just won […]

3 April

Engaging the User

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Engaging the User

Oyster City, our AR walking tour and game app opens the APP chapter of the new book by Paul Martin Lester, Digital Innovations for Mass Communications: Engaging the User (Routledge, 2014). Lester even picked up our questionnaire from the join-the-mailing-list form: “Would you eat an oyster from the NY Harbor?” “Yum!” “No Way!” “Maybe in […]

10 March

The Last Brucennial

Posted in goings on, moving image
The Last Brucennial

I am totally tickled to participate in the Whitney Biennial counter event The Last Brucennial, equal parts happening and exhibition. Read about it here, here, here, and here. Here is an interview with Bruce High Quality Foundation in Art and America and here it is on Facebook. The line for the opening was as long […]

15 February

Meat Cleavers and Screensavers for the New Age

Meat Cleavers and Screensavers for the New Age

Despite being snowed out one week and changing the date, we had a great turnout and a great time at our evening of six minute performances called “Meat Cleavers and Screensavers for the New Age” at Kunsthalle Galapogos, presented by This Red Door on February 10th. The artists met during last summer’s LMCC residency on […]