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The Flamingos Keep Leaving

The Flamingos Keep Leaving
Found objects
3.5×5.5″ each
2016

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Bronx Art Space

Wallpaper included in the exhibition “Synthetic Zero”

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“Beep Bop Boop” at the FATVillage Projects

The Sky is Falling (A Day in the Life…) featured at FATVillage Projects

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“COLLISION20″ Catalog Available for Download

The COLLISION20 juried exhibition taking place at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery between January 17 and February 23, 2014. One of my more recent lo-tech prints, low_resolution_wormhole, was selected for exhibition.

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Works Included In “The Wrong – Digital Art Biennale”

Three of my new media works have been accepted into The Wrong – Digital Art Biennale: Homeostasis Lab: The Ghost of Vannevar Bush Hacked My Server; Color Field Paintings (Browser); and The Sky Is Falling (A Day in the Life…).

From “The Wrong” website:

“Homeostasis Lab has been created in Sao Paulo by the Composting Curators: Julia Borges Araña and Guilherme Brandão in the context of The Wrong Digital Art Biennale being a pavilion that receives unlimited submissions from around the world.”

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thomas331

thomas331
Pigment ink prints on archival paper
8×10″ and 11×17″ each
Edition of 3
2014

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Wallpaper

Wallpaper
Found objects
12×7.5″ each (unframed dimension)
2014

Exhibited at:
“Synthetic Zero” curated exhibition, BronxArtSpace, Bronx, NY.

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Digital Media

(DIS)Located

(DIS)Located
Live streaming video of the projected space behind digital billboards
2014

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Able Was I Ere I Saw Alba

Able Was I Ere I Saw Alba
Pigment ink print on archival paper
24×24″
Edition of 3
2013

Alba was the name of a genetically modified “glowing” rabbit created as an artistic work by artist Eduardo Kac, produced in collaboration with French geneticist Louis-Marie Houdebine. Houdebine used a gene found in the jellyfish Aequorea victoria that fluoresces green when exposed to blue light. When Alba was exposed to such light, she too would glow green.

“Able was I, ere I saw Elba” is a well-known palindrome often attributed to the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte, who was once exiled to the island of Elba. More likely the palindrome was created in 1848 by someone with the initials J.T.R and residing in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Foundations of Digital Art and Design

Foundations of Digital Art and Design is now available from Pearson/New Riders.

I contributed to the chapter on Revision Practices in Media Art and Design, where I discuss my work The Sky Is Falling (A Day in the Life).

From Pearson:

All students of digital design and production–whether learning in a classroom or on their own–need to understand the basic principles of design. These principles are often excluded from books that teach software. Foundations of Digital Art and Design with the Adobe Creative Cloud reinvigorates software training by integrating design exercises into tutorials fusing design fundamentals and core Adobe Creative Cloud skills. The result is a comprehensive design learning experience.

Interviews with or essay contributions by Pencilbox Studios, riCardo Crespo, Michael Demers, The League of Imaginary Scientists, and Jovenville.