Category Archives: research

ExcessNYC at ArtSpace New Haven

ExcessNYC is included in this group show at ArtSpace New Haven, Vagaries of the Commons. Tomorrow we will take the bike out for a spin and collect food. On our return there will be a panel discussion and then we will enjoy the rescued food, prepared and transformed by Nadine Nelson. Part of our installation […]

Swipe 2013

Preemptive Media will be reworking our Swipe project for “Cyber In Securities” exhibition at the Washington Project for the Arts (WPA). The opening is Friday August 30th from 6-8pm. For more:

Off to Madrid for Residency at Matadero!

Ricardo and I are heading to Madrid this week to begin production on a new project, Excedentes/Excess. This is a commissioned work by Matadero in collaboration with Madrid-based artist, Jose Luis Bongore, and Beatriz Marcos. We have been conducting research in NYC and Madrid simultaneously over the last few months on the topic of urban […]

Net Works: Case Studies in Web Art & Design

This book comes out tomorrow: I have a chapter in the Data Visualization section in which I go into great depth describing the building of my web app Superfund365. The contributor list is great. I have not reviewed the full text yet but eager to see it and use in the classroom! More info: […]

Santa Fe!

We arrived last Sunday in Santa Fe for a month-long residency at the excellent Santa Fe Art Institute. At the end of our stay, I will be presenting my work on Friday, July 29, at 6pm. The following Saturday and Sunday, Ricardo and I will be co-teaching a rotoscoping workshop. And, here is Iggy in […]

Iggy ABC app for iphone, ipad and android is here!

I am shamelessly promoting my husband’s wonderful, new app for toddlers (now available for the iphone, ipad or android!). It “stars” our son, Iggy, and is an ABC early education, bilingual tool with special appearances by a mandrill, quetzal, wookie and others. Check it out: iphone and ipad android app website free version for computer

Eyebeam Open Studios this FRI & SAT

Come check out the amazing work being done by Eyebeam Fellows and Residents this Fri and Sat afternoons. LOTS of work on display, most of the artists in attendance and the sound art exhibition “Biorythm: Music and the Body” to boot. Here is info: