March 2 - May 10 2018
from the internet
Friday March 2nd, 6pm - 8pm
(Floor 5, Jackson Pollock Room)
Alongside the printing press, the internet represents the greatest democratization of knowledge and information in our history. While the work of the artist’s represented in the exhibit “Hello, we’re from the internet” are not restricted to web-art, the artists are all of a generation inspired by the access, tools, and freedom it has brought them.
About the artists
Sarah Rothberg is an artist who captures the interplay between technology, systems, and the personal, creating meaning through unique and often strange interactions. Her immersive and idiosyncratic experiences represent impossible scenarios: new metaphors that suggest new ways of remembering, thinking, understanding, and communicating.
Gabe Barcia-Colombo is an artist, TED fellow and full-time faculty member at NYU. His work has been featured in the Volta, Scope, and Art Mrkt art fairs as well as Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library. He recently received an Art and Technology grant from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where he created "The Hereafter Institute," a company that questions the future of death rituals and memorials and their relationship to technology.
Tara Sinn is an artist living in a black hole. She creates digital paintings, videos, and browser-based works using digital animation, collage and computer-generated imagery.
Danish-born artist Louise Foo lives between Copenhagen and New York, where she works with music, sound installations, and new music applications as part of various collaborations. She is Alumni from ITP and New Museum's incubator NEW INC. She is currently showing the project 'Format 3' with Foo/Skou at The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) and Spring Break Art Show during Armory Arts week.
Harald Haraldsson is an Icelandic artist based in New York with output ranging from interactive installations to films and mixed-reality. He is currently an artist-in-residence at Cornell Tech's Connected Experiences Lab. Previously he was an artist-in-residence at Mana Contemporary and a member of New Museum's art and technology incubator NEW INC. Harald holds a master’s degree in computer engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology with focus on computer vision and computational photography.
Scott Garner is a multidisciplinary artist working to unite technical, design and craft skills into a cohesive creative voice. Major areas of focus include alternative forms of engagement with technology, issues of beauty and creativity in the modern world and the future of storytelling through interactive media.
David Lobser lives in Brooklyn and makes Work, mostly with 3D graphics. Work is defined as a measure of energy transfer that occurs when an object is moved over a distance by an external force. Work is a commodity that involves sweat and is an activity for people that wear shirts with blue collars. David Lobser creates multi-user VR experiences, VR experiences for therapy, and short narrative pieces.
Damjanski is an artist living in a browser and co-founder and member of the incubation collective Do Something Good.
MoMAR is located in the former Jackson Pollock room, The Estée and Joseph H. Lauder Gallery on the 5th floor. We chose the room for two significant reasons. Firstly, it is part of the permanent collection and used to remain unchanged within the walls of the museum. Secondly, it has a bench.
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