theorycast 52 :: Real Space Electronic Art Show


What is real space electronic art?
Emerging media artist and associate professor Paul Vanouse explains that it is equivalent of “computing outside the box”, that is, interaction with information without the conventions of an everyday computer.

Organized at Soundlab by his students of the Real Space Electronic Art class, the show features intrepid electronic explorations by Heamchand Subryan and Chris Caporlingua (untitled typewriter), Rob Rzeznik and Eric Baker (untitled anger), and Fred Jones, Kyle Butler, and Scott Ries (untitled rocking chair), as well as two videos by Kyle and Scott.

BTW: Doesn’t Paul Vanouse remind you of Gaius Baltar of Battlestar Galactica?

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  1. Posted March 28, 2009 at 7:49 am | Permalink

    The idea of a Real Space Electronic Art Show sounds really fun actually.

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