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Color, Light, Motion Episode 22: Ivana Dama

From Zero to Infinity: Otto Piene, Zero Group, and Their Legacy on Today’s Art

IVANA DAMA was born and raised under the socialist regime in Belgrade shortly after the end of the civil war and during the time of NATO bombing. The tension between the former Yugoslavian countries was still undoubtedly present. Even though she was only a young child when the bombing began, images and sounds of the destruction still clearly permeate her mind. The memories of living in a small shelter with the sounds and vibrations of the air raid sirens have contributed to her interest in using air and sound as a primary medium. Her work, which includes audio-video installations, robotics, web projects, and music performances, explores the deep connections between sound, memory, and human experience.
Currently pursuing a graduate degree in Sculpture at Yale University, Ivana holds a previous degree in Media Arts and Digital Humanities from UCLA’s School of Arts and Architecture. Her work explores the

2024-03-09T16:02:58-08:00March 9th, 2024|COLOR LIGHT MOTION SERIES, NEWS & EVENTS|

Color, Light, Motion Episode 21: George Quasha

The Syntax of Moving Awareness

GEORGE QUASHA is a poet, artist, musician and writer working in diverse mediums to explore certain principles (e.g., axiality, ecoproprioception). For his primary medium poiesis he has invented the genre preverbs as a medium of axial language and “linguality at zero point.” He extends axiality & poiesis to art, music, performance, and conscience body practice.
His ongoing video work was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship (2006), principally for art is/music is/poetry is (Speaking Portraits), for which during the last twenty-three years he has recorded over a thousand artists, poets, and composers in eleven countries saying what art, music, or poetry is (—represented in the book art is (Speaking Portraits) (2016).

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GARY HILL is a pioneering artist of new media and video work. His video works incorporate commentaries on society and culture as well as bringing in poetic themes and ideas. Hill considers video as a medium

2023-10-26T07:46:49-08:00September 27th, 2023|COLOR LIGHT MOTION SERIES, NEWS & EVENTS|

Color, Light, Motion. Episode 20: Claudia Schnugg

Experiencing realities: From fine-grained data to cosmic events

CLAUDIA SCHNUGG is curator and artscience scholar. She holds a PhD in social and economic sciences with an additional focus on cultural sciences and media arts. Her practice is twofold: as scholar she is researching artscience collaborations by investigating effects, impact, and value of processes and the relevance of the outcome. As curator, she supports and develops projects, programmes, and exhibitions at the intersection of art and science. Currently, she is curating projects at ESA/ESTEC, Institute of Stem Cells and Epigenetics at Helmholtz Center Munich, Science Gallery Berlin, works with Pro Helvetia, co-curator of Naturarchy Resonances IV of the SciArt Project at the European Commission’s JRC, and leads a project at Johannes Kepler University. Upcoming shows are CORALS at Science Gallery Berlin and Intersecting Realities in Timisoara.

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ANDREI TUDOSE is a cultural manager and curator, co-founder of Marginal and artist-run hybrid

2023-10-26T07:47:27-08:00June 26th, 2023|COLOR LIGHT MOTION SERIES, NEWS & EVENTS|
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