November 16th: Nick Montfort

Digital media art, literature, and culture is full of work, and often very interesting work, that is based directly on what has come before-from Cory Archangel’s Super Mario Clouds to 1980s home video games based on arcade games to Eddo Stern’s Fort Paladin: America’s Army to the more than 20 remixes and reworkings of Nick Montfort’s Taroko Gorge. To understand what’s going on with these artworks, literary works, and games, we need to see how they relate to and how they are transforming earlier digital media. This ATNE Salon will tackle this issue.

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Boston Cyberarts Special Projects, a series of ongoing projects, offer arts exhibitions, music and dance events throughout the year.

We are currently welcoming submissions for the twelfth  round. Proposals are due midnight, Sunday, October 12. Participation is limited to Massachusetts residents. For more info, click here.

Read about Art on the Marquee here:

Up Now at the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion (between State St. & Atlantic Ave.) is Chunky Frog Time by Brian Knep

Chunky Frog Time is a new generative art installation by Brian Knep, created for the Boston Harbor Islands Welcome Center located on Boston’s Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. The Welcome Center is the visitor information center for the Boston Harbor Islands national park area. Starting Friday, June 27th and running only after sunset, the animation is of a frog swimming against the tide of time, cycling from tadpole to juvenile and back with each kick. Moving across an ever changing made-made landscape, the frog’s struggles represent the ebb and flow on the islands, as well as the relationship between nature and our idea of nature.

Comfortable Control: Vulnerability in the Digital Age

November 8 – December 21, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday, December 4, 6 – 8pm

Boston Cyberarts Gallery presents Comfortable Control: Vulnerability in the Digital Age, an exhibition of work by Evelyn Eastmond, Catherine Siller and Hyo-Jin Yoo, three new media artists from the greater Boston and New York areas.

Click here for exhibitions.  141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Located in the Green Street T Station on the Orange Line. 617-522-6710


The Boston Cyberarts Festival was the first and largest collaboration of artists working in new technologies in all media in North America, encompassing visual arts, dance, music, electronic literature, web art, and public art. From the first Festival in 1999 to the last in 2011, thousands of artists exhibited, performed and entertained hundreds of thousands of festival goers. Please visit the Festival Archive for highlights of the past festivals.

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