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MORPHONANO: Artist Lecture at the Beall

5 May 2012 6:00 pm
5 May 2012 8:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eric Parren Solo Show

17 Nov 2011 5:00 pm
17 Nov 2011 7:00 pm
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Eric Parren (1983, NL/US) is a transdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles.

Diane Gromala Exhibition

29 Sep 2011
31 Oct 2011

Chronic Pain: Art + Science Collaborations

Prof. Diane Gromala, Founding Director of the Transforming Pain Research Group (TPRG) will be exhibiting the evolving work of this team of world-class researchers. Building on an extensive knowledge base from the fields of Pain Medicine, Interactive Art & Design, Computer Science, Neuroscience and Psychophysics, the research group is developing innovative technologies to address  chronic pain, a disease that affects 1 in 5 North Americans. Technologies include meditation, biofeedback, immersive Virtual Reality, visualization, robotics and social media.

The Value of Water Exhibition

22 Sep 2011
25 Mar 2012
Water Bowls

The Value of Water

By The Reverend Canon Tom Miller

excerpt from Water Matters: Why We Need to Act Now to Save our Most Critical Resource

Blue Morph Exhibition

27 May 2011
25 Sep 2011
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Victoria Vesna & Jim Gimzewski: Blue Morph

social sqncr

28 Jun 2010
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By Bruce Drummond and Nick Hardeman

http://social.sqncr.com/

Location: CNSI Gallery on the 5th Floor
Beginning June 28, 2010
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 am - 4 pm

social sqncr is an interactive audio-visual installation that aims to make people more aware of the act of creating their public identity.

Nano + Bio + Art Exhibition

14 May 2010
7 Jun 2010
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Students from Professor Victoria Vesna’s 2010 graduate seminars Data + Flesh, Department of Design | Media Arts, UCLA + Hybrid Worlds: Nano_Biotech + Art Parsons The New School for Design in New York and UCLA Honors class Biotech + Art exhibit their concepts / proposals / presentations of objects, performances / art installations -- all responding to how we are changing our bodies, the food we consume, the animals we breed & the environment we inhabit.

Parsons seminar co-taught by neuroscientist Siddharth Ramakrishnan

co-sponsored by UCLA Center for Society and Genetics
supported by Leonardo ISAST + UCIRA + Parsons AMT

www.nanobioart.net

Water Bowls: moon ~ drop ~ sound ~ oil

13 Nov 2009
22 Nov 2009
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Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2009
Hong Kong

Four water bowls reflect different aspects of water related to the collective, global human condition. Some of the most common metaphorical associations of water -- such as the reflection of the moon, a drop of water, the sound of water, and oil and water -- are revisited through the use of some of the latest scientific observations. Moon and Sound are locally interactive and Drop and Oil are interactive both locally and remotely, emphasizing the global connectivity of water / human systems, beyond borders.

Conference: November 15th, 11:00-16:00 at the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Center Lecture Hall
Eco_Visualization: Combining Art and Technology to reduce energy consumption

Electronic Universe

25 Sep 2009
25 Oct 2009
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Victoria Vesna + James Gimzewski collaborations NanoMandala and Zero@wavefunction on exhibit in Tenerife, Spain. Exhibition opens September 25 and runs through October 25 at El Tanque, Espacio Cultura.

NanoMandala is a videoprojection on a sand mandala created by Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Gaden Lhopa Khangsten Monastery in India. Inspired by Buddhist culture, NanoMandala examines our perceptions of the universe from the nano to the cosmic scale. Images are projected onto the sand mandala of a single grain of sand at the molecular level, evolve into images of the complete mandala. Ambient sounds for NanoMandala were created by mixing sounds of ocean waves and audio of the Tibetan monks chanting while building the sand mandala.