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Sanctum (Photo: Henry Art Gallery)

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) at the University of Washington seeks to hire a full-time (100%, 9-month), tenure-track faculty in experimental art practice to begin in September 2015. Appointment will be made at the rank of Assistant Professor.
 
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Ambisonic works by Joseph Anderson, Richard Karpen, Juan Pampin, Nicolás Varchausky and Daniel Peterson have been featured as part of a full 3D Ambisonic sound installation in the Talbot Rice Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland.
 
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Ha Na Lee received a 2014 Grants for Artist Project in the media art category. The grant is to purchase media equipment for a multimedia installation entitled Two Women, Lee’s dissertation project. Two Women is a poetic narrative based on the invisible crisis of her grandmother who committed suicide. Though the motivation of her suicide is unknown, the work searches for possible reasons to understand her death. Ultimately, the project addresses the social issue of the extraordinarily high suicide rate in South Korea over the past decade.

DXARTS PhD candidate Robert Twomey

This week The Stranger published an extensive article about Art and Technology in Seattle by Jen Graves including a detailed profile of DXARTS.

The arlicle can be found online here.

 

 

Polish Music. The Open Borders Generation.

Polish and American musicians join forces to present music by a selection of Polish composers born in the 1970s. This generation of artists can be called the Open Borders Generation –the first generation of artists to live their entire professional lives following the end of Communism in 1989. Poland’s newly open borders allowed these young musicians to continue their education abroad, broadening their experiences and exposing them to a large multidimensional range of musical cultures. Access to new technology allowed for experimentation with new aesthetics and new mediums.