Boston Cyberarts 2005 Festival Event

Wed 04/27/2005 - Wed 05/04/2005
Free admission | Wheelchair accessible

This group show collects faculty and students from the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) at Massachusetts College of Art. They create new “Phenomena” by reprocessing, reformulating, and reshaping technology and information into works of art. This gallery exhibits includes the work of:

- Abraham Gómez Delgado
- John Holland
- Heidi Kayser
- Jane Marsching
- Denise Marika
- Dana Moser
- Jared Nielsen
- Nita Sturiale

The show opens with a live presentation by John Holland and Josh Coswell entitled “Voices of Earth: A Global Symphony,” a musical simulation of acoustic phenomena, computer controlled, in real time for six hours during the exhibition opening.

April 27-May 4, 10am-6pm, Opening Wed, April 27, 6pm-midnight.
Artist talk, May 3rd, 6:30 pm at The Godine Family Gallery.The introduction will feature the work of Antony Flackett, with an interactive musical animation performance.

The exhibition is organized by Lina Maria Giraldo, in conjunction with EventWorks, an annual student production performance art festival.

EKTA - Sensory Awareness Installation by Ashanti. An interactive multimedia event that explores the relationship between art and science. This installation allows the user to interact with an EEG that analyzes and translates brain wave signals to mirror the biofeedback with light and sound.

Sat. April 30. 12pm - 12am.
North building. room 181, next to Godine Family Gallery.

Massachusetts College of Art, Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM)
North Building, Godine Family Gallery, 621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115 
phone: 617.879.7469
email: moc.l1558379979iamto1558379979h@odl1558379979ariga1558379979irama1558379979nil1558379979


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