Upcoming Exhibition: Franklin Artworks, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Solo show at Franklin Artworks, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Solo show at Franklin Artworks, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Upcoming Exhibition: Gallery@, UK

Work in the Reading by Light exhibition at Gallery@, UK.

My work will be a part of the Reading By Light exhibition at Gallery@ in the North of England. From the website:

Reading by Light combines contemporary and classic lights with text works from artists and writers to create a new exhibition environment for the acts of reading and consideration.

The condition and act of reading will be explored in a number of light/text juxtapositions ranging from philosophical opinions to humour. New lights and text works will be commissioned to join a number of specifically selected objects and texts to create a stimulating environment that will relate to those interested in design, art and literature.

The reading material will come in many different formats such as works on paper, neon art works, books and small sculptural objects. Classic and contemporary furniture will also be included to work with a number of art works and lights.

The work will also include the work of:

Damien Hirst, Lawrence Weiner, Simon Patterson, Ian Finlay, Rose Finn- Kelcey and Jeremy Deller.

More information here.

Upcoming Exhibition: POKE!, Houston, Texas

Work at FotoFest gallery in Houston, Texas.

I will be showing work at an exhibition entitled POKE! at FotoFest gallery in Houston, Texas. More information to follow …


Artists on the Verge at Art-A-Whirl

Artists on the Verge at Art-A-Whirl.

More info here.

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Murmur Study #1 Video

I am also experimenting with YouTube’s HD features. What do you prefer?

“Hello World” to show at LABoral

Hello World will show at LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain.

Hello World at LABoral

An updated and expanded installation of Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise will be a part of the upcoming exhibition called FEEDFORWARD – The Angel of History curated by Steve Dietz, Christiane Paul. The show will run from July 17th through January 11th, 2010 October 23 2009 though 5 April 2010 at LABoral LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain with an opening reception and symposium during the opening weekend.

From the show description:

FEEDFORWARD presents artworks and interventions that examine and challenge the economic, political, and cultural conditions of the historical present in relation to the ahistorical future. It recognizes conscription and duplicity in the process of a globalized economy but also the complicity and desire seemingly endemic to “progress”. The exhibition features both the problematic aspects of the present and future, and the potential for collectivity and agency.

More details to follow as they become available …

Murmur Study at Pixelache

Murmur Study will be exhibited at the Pixelache Festival in Helsinki, Finland.

Murmur Study #1 at the Spark Festival

In early April, Murmur Study will be showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma for the duration of the Pixelache festival in Helsinki, Finland.

I will also be participating in a continuation of the Climate Hack workshop we started at Transmediale.

Kibu Featured on index.hu

A little bit about what goes on at KIBU (in Hungarian).

Here’s a video produced by index.hu, one of the most popular online news sources in Hungary. The audio is in Hungarian, but it’s a chance to see a little of what goes on here at KIBU. There are also a few shots of Murmur Study in progress. Enjoy …

New Work Debuts at the Spark Festival

A new work called Murmur Study sees its public debut.

Photo by Christopher Baker

A new work entitled Murmur Study debuted at the 2009 Spark Festival this past week. It is now on display at the Experimental and Media Arts show at the Nash Gallery through the end of March.

Murmur Study is the first in a series of ongoing collaborations with Márton András Juhász and the Kitchen Budapest.

To see more images and read more about the piece go here.

Climate Hack @ Transmediale

Photos and thoughts from Climate Hack @ Transmediale, 2009.

A visualization technique developed at the Climate Hack workshop in Berlin.

This is a visualization technique I developed at the Climate Hack workshop in Berlin. Over time, depending on the nature of the data, more or less sugar is deposited from the spinning cotton-candy machine. Color and density can be modulated.

Some experiments at the Climate Hack Workshop, Berlin

Some experiments at the Climate Hack Workshop, Berlin

Read more about the workshop and see some photos here and here!