Friday, October 2, 2015

Alan Rath, Jim Campbell and Paul DeMarinis To Be Included in Exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco

NEAT: New Experiments in Art and Technology

Oct 15, 2015–Jan 17, 2016

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The 1960s program Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) was a turning point in art’s relationship with science as artists and scientists worked together on new, creative projects. The CJM’s Chief Curator Renny Pritikin with consultation from Paolo Salvagione, curate NEAT: New Experiments in Art and Technology, acknowledging that seminal event and celebrating the Bay Area’s leading role in bringing digital innovation into the fine arts. NEAT features nine Bay Area artists, representing three generations of practitioners. Each artist has been commissioned to make a new piece, or update an older artwork, that demonstrates how digital programming is a central, yet just the latest, tool for artist creativity. 

Participating Artists

Jim CampbellPaolo Salvagione
Paul DeMarinisMicah Elizabeth Scott
Gabriel Dunne with Vishal K DarScott Snibbe
Mary FranckCamille Utterback
Alan Rath 

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