New Data Exhibition
New Data – a digital media arts exhibition
November 17, 2005 – January 7, 2006
Installation is open Tue – Sat 1-6pm
***please note that the exhibition is closed Saturday, 24th and 31st!***
15 Nassau Street @ Pine St. NYC
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s new public programming venue
Using the internet, interactive installation, sound, film and video, the artists in New Data make art by collecting data – literally and metaphorically.
more info after the jump…
Marc Lafia’s ongoing work Permutations of a Thousand and One Nights is a series of videos (or data) that are taken throughout every day and evening, and projected into multi-screen compositions. Marc has shown his work at the Whitney Museum, Exit Art, Thomas Erben Gallery and in Germany and Japan.
Terry Nauheim’s video Car Drawing was generated by tracing another artist’s hand movements with video and audio machinery. Terry Nauheim is currently an artist in residence at Harvestworks.
Robert B. Lisek’s FLOAT is an on-line community channel providing “experimental space” and a variety of tools: from a public chatroom to live textstreams, through which users can voice their ideas, both locally and globally, for transmission worldwide. Lisek is an artist, mathematician and founder of Fundamental Research Lab.
David Stout’s HotHouse is an interactive installation that explores the potential of a genetic engine capable of generating an evolutionary synthetic cinema that recasts the artist as a co-determinant within a dynamic system. Stout is a video artist, composer and performer.
Zoe Beloff’s new 3D stereoscopic 16 mm black and white film Charming Augustine is inspired by series of photographs and texts on hysteria published by the great insane asylum in Paris in the 1880’s. It is an experimental narrative work commissioned by Harvestworks with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts. Zoe works with a variety of cinematic imagery: film, stereoscopic projection performance, interactive media and installation.
Jillian Mcdonald’s new piece Snow Stories is a story engine, which uses appropriated and original film clips, images, animation, and sound to translate the viewer’s written story into a visual narrative. Mcdonald is a Canadian media and performance artist, originally from Winnipeg and transplanted in New York where she teaches at Pace University and co-directs the Pace Digital Gallery.
Harvestworks is a nonprofit Digital Media Arts Center that provides resources for artists to learn digital tools and exhibit experimental work created with digital technologies. Our programs are made possible with funds from New York State Council on the Arts, the NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Materials for the Arts, the Experimental TV Center Presentation Funds, mediaThe foundation, the Mary Flagler Cary Trust, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Aaron Copland Fund, the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Art, the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial and the Friends of Harvestworks.
About 3-Legged Dog Media & Theater Group
3-Legged Dog Media & Theater Group is an experimental media and theater group founded in 1994 to produce original works in theater, performance, media, installation and hybrid forms. Since its inception, 3-Legged Dog has performed in New York City venues including The Kitchen, PS 122, La MaMa, and others. The company has mounted many full-scale multimedia productions, workshops and installations. Its most recent work Accidental Records was shown at the Venice Biennale’s 9th Architecture Exhibit. 3LD’s headquarters at 30 W. Broadway was destroyed on September 11, 2001; construction recently commenced on the company’s upcoming 3LD Art & Technology Center at 80 Greenwich Street.
About 15 Nassau and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is the leading voice for arts and culture in downtown New York City, producing cultural events and promoting the arts through grants, services, advocacy, and cultural development programs. 15 Nassau is Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s (LMCC) new temporary programming venue designed and built by The Parsons Design Workshop 2005 architectural students. Located in a former bank space in the Financial District, the venue has been adapted for the presentation of a range of cultural programs that will bring together artists, arts organizations and audiences in the unique context of Lower Manhattan. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s 15 Nassau Program is made possible by the support of the September 11th Fund. Space generously donated by Silverstein Properties. www.lmcc.net/15nassau