Posts Tagged: new media

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Bay Area Digitalists at Root Division

Curated by Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen. Featuring artitst: Benjamin De Kosnik, Scott Kildall, Laura Hyunjhee Kim, Kadet Kuhne, Al Grumet, Tim Roseborough, and Smith|Allen (Stephanie Smith & Bryan Allen) Bay Area Digitalists highlights digital artists whose work is inspired by the deep history and culture of technology in the

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Bay Area Digitalists at Root Division

Curated by Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen. Featuring artitst: Benjamin De Kosnik, Scott Kildall, Laura Hyunjhee Kim, Kadet Kuhne, Al Grumet, Tim Roseborough, and Smith|Allen (Stephanie Smith & Bryan Allen) Bay Area Digitalists highlights digital artists whose work is inspired by the deep history and culture of technology in the

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Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase at ASC Projects

Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase December 7 – January 18, 2013 Reception Saturday, December 7, 7pm ASC Projects, #104 on Treat at 18th Street, San Francisco ASC Projects is pleased to present Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase, a group exhibition about living with art

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Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase at ASC Projects

Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase December 7 – January 18, 2013 Reception Saturday, December 7, 7pm ASC Projects, #104 on Treat at 18th Street, San Francisco ASC Projects is pleased to present Live/Work: An Alternative Showcase, a group exhibition about living with art

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Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the

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Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the