Greg Cook 2013 “After Surviving Marathon, Curator Revisits His Exhibit About War” in WBUR’s The Artery, April 17. Read it here.
Jordan Mainser 2013 Art + Twitter = Chinese Democracy, DRA. Read it here.
October 24, 1st floor Library, Brown Center for Public Humanities, 357 Benefit Street, Providence, R.I., (use rear entrance off Williams Street) 5:30-7PM Round Table Discussion: “The Future of Museums and the Public Humanities: Perspectives from Italy,” with Paolo Rosa, Fitt Artist-in-Residence, Brown Creative Arts Council; Luigi Di Corato, General Director of the Siena Museums Foundation; […]
Cross-posted from Urban Cultural Heritages & Creative Practice: The ever inspiring and engaging duo of Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich who compose WNYC’s Radiolab assembled this provocative podcast back in October 2008 exploring the underlying myths, mathematics and magic that may explain the personality of our urban centers. From Radiolab: [Listen here] In this hour […]
The David Winton Bell Gallery will present Nostalgia Machines from Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 through Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012. Exploring the intersection of nostalgia and technology in contemporary sculpture, the exhibition, curated by Maya Allison, features artists Meridith Pingree, Jasper Rigole, Jonathan Schipper, Gregory Witt, and Zimoun. An opening-night colloquium will be held on Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, at […]
Videos produced by Brown University students as part of the West Offaly Heritage New Media project have been featured on Offaly’s first online TV station – Grove Street TV – http://www.grovestreet.tv/Local_Interest.html. The “TV station” collates a collection of online videos relating to music, folklore, history and sport and is a charming collection of insights into the […]
I’ve been experimenting with Microsoft’s re-launch of Photosynth as a mobile application. Here I’ve applied it to documenting Dennis McNulty’s exhibition ‘Space replaced by volume’ which is currently open at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University. As it is often difficult to capture the spatial relationships between works in the documentation […]
“Can you see me now?”: Archaeological sensibility breaking the “fourth wall” of the analog:digital divide
2009 in V. O. Jorge & J. Thomas (eds.) Archaeology and the politics of vision in a post-modern context. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 118-46. Read it here. Read the intervention debrief here.