12 Sept 11
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Google the gaggle: view Brian Kane New Sculpture Exhibitions in a larger map
Please join me at these three exhibitions this spring:
Opening April 2, 5-7pm
Danforth Museum of Art
123 Union Avenue
Framingham, MA 01702-8291
Opening March 14, 6 – 8 pm, through May 13, 2011
Cambridge Arts Council
344 Broadway, 2nd floor
Cambridge, MA 02139
Luminaries toast kickoff success, Real Reality Project, Feb. 2011. World News Today
There have been some recent reports going around the blogosphere about MeatWater, a new beverage that resembles VitaminWater but is flavored to mirror one’s favorite porcine and bovine dishes (i.e., Dirty Hot Dog Water, Wiener Schnitzel Water, Tandoori Chicken Water). What a zeitgeisty product, no? After all, bacon soda recently came to market and all things meat-related grab headlines. But seriously, food writers! Have you not been to MeatWater’s website and realized that it wasn’t an actual beverage product but a piece of performance art? AOL, how dense are you to believe that it is a real beverage company? Still, we had to learn more, so we got in touch with founder Till Krautkrämer. Guess what? MeatWater is even more awesome than we’d originally thought!
Read more: Village Voice
Thanks to Sherry Hocking at the Experimental Television Center for including work by David Fodel and myself in their new DVD anthology. It’s an honor to be included in this collection with such amazing artists. The massive 19 hour collection can be purchased through Electronic Arts Intermix.
ETC: Experimental Television Center 1969-2009
2009, 19 hours, b&w and color, sound, DVD
ETC: Experimental Television Center 1969-2009 is a groundbreaking compilation of electronic media work by 100 artists who have worked in the Center’s Residency Program during the last 40 years.
Some images from the recently finished ZER01SJ Biennial, including my personal favs from the show:
Thanks to Tymm Twillman and Chico Macmurtrie and everyone who helped to make this event a success.
This was the first time I used TouchOSC on an iPad to control the machines. We used TouchOSC to drive MAX/MSP which in turn drove an Arduino micro-controller. Fun stuff. iPad as portable multi-touch controller is good.
Was just sent this Google Books scan of a Billboard Magazine article on Vujak from 1995, or 3 BG (Before Google). What will they scan next?