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A video excerpt from a KTCA broadcast of Global's Wave Artifacts - Terrain Instrument, a soundwork by Art & Design Professor Emeritus Leif Brush, was featured on the New York Times WebVideo Trends 2010 page on December 14. Libby Larsen, who hosted the broadcast, made during New Music America in 1980, was just named the Papamarkou Chair in Education and Technology at the Kluge Center of the Library of Congress.
Visual Forms Exhibition.pdf
the Mid America Print Council Journal, Volume 18, Numbers 3 & 4, 2010
with a brief review by Kerry Morgan at the "Printing Beyond the Plane:
A Review of PIrints:Now in 3-D!" section.
art.tech is a festival of art, performance, sound, workshops, demos and lectures focusing on cutting-edge artistic experiments in the intersection of art and technology coinciding with
ZER01's 01SJ Biennial. This exhibition explores technological experimentation, open source methodologies, collaboration, accessibility, and interactivity with special emphasis on biotechnology. Link to exhibition: http://www.thelab.org/events/459-arttech.html
'fly blimps' was completed with support form the Imagine Fund.
Bowen's work is also currently featured in D'Arcy Thompson: Sketching the Universe a group exhibition exploring how artists have responded to Thompson's ideas and collections at the Lamb Gallery, University of Dundee, Scotland. This exhibition runs until November 6th.
D'Arcy Thompson was the first Professor of Biology (and later Natural History) at University College, Dundee. His 1917 classic On Growth and Form was written here at the University but has had an international impact. In applying the laws of mathematics to the world of biology, D'Arcy hoped to provide "the first outlines for a sketch of the Universe".