Artists



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Sarah Lowe

Invisible infrastructure, 2009/2010
Sarah Lowe is an artist and artisan specializing in unusual, complex, and large-scale collaborative projects.

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Bernie Lubell

Bernie Lubell: Interactive Wood Machines, 2005
Lubell’s interactive installations have exhibited nationally and internationally. Lubell has received awards from Ars Electronica, and grants from Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, and Pollack Krasner Foundation.

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Chico MacMurtrie, Amorphic Robot Works

Inflatable Architectural Growth, 2010
Chico MacMurtrie is the Artistic Director of Amorphic Robot Works (ARW), a collective he founded in 1991, consisting of artists and engineers who help in the realization of his work.

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MadeIn (Xu Zhen)

8848-1.86, 2005
Xu Zhen graduated from the Shanghai Arts and Crafts Institute.

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Patrick Manning

Poetics of Dis-communication, 2010
Patrick Craig Manning is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of New Mexico. He received degrees in photography and archeology from the University of Washington and his MFA from the University of New Mexico.

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marksearch

Local Motograph (Prototype), 2010
marksearch, a wife-husband artist team, creates interactive public projects that invite people to reflect upon their communities and increase their awareness of the natural environment within the urban fabric.

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Benoit Maubrey/ Audio Gruppe

Audio Ballerinas, 2010
Benoît Maubrey is the director of DIE AUDIO GRUPPE a Berlin-based art group that build and perform with electronic clothes, or electro-acoustic clothes and dresses (equipped with amplifiers and loudspeakers) that make sounds by interacting thematically and acoustically with their environment.

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Alex McLeod

Alex McLeod, 2010
Alex McLeod graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) in 2007. His work has been included in group exhibitions in New York, Minneapolis and Toronto.

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Medialab-Prado

Interactivos? #10 Neighborhood Science, 2010
Medialab-Prado is a program of the Department of Arts of the City Council of Madrid, aimed at the production, research, and dissemination of digital culture and of the area where art, science, technology, and society intersect.

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Hector Dionicio Mendoza

El Shop, 2010
Collaborators Pilar Agüero-Esparza and Hector Dionicio Mendoza share an interest in materials and rock-en-español. Mendoza recently completed his MFA at Yale University and teaches art at Cal State Monterey.

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Minneapolis Art on Wheels (MAW)

Exquisite Corpse/Lavish Martyr
Minneapolis Art on Wheels (MAW) activates public spaces with large-scale projections of sound and video.

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Aleksandra Mir

On the Moon, 2009
Aleksandra Mir studied communication and media studies at Gothenburg University and later earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York.

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Ali Momeni

Exquisite Corpse/Lavish Martyr, 2010
Ali Momeni was born in Isfahan, studied at UC Berkeley and now teaches at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. His work ranges from public performance to kinetic sculpture and mosquito serenades.

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MTAA

All Raise this Barn, West, 2010
MTAA was formed in 1996 and has presented work at The New Museum, P.S.1, The Whitney Museum, Postmasters Gallery and Artists Space, all in New York City; The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis; The Beall Center in Irvine, CA, The Getty Center in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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Jay Nelson

The Golden Gate 1, 2010
Jay Nelson creates objects and structures that facilitate inventive approaches to living. His creations are often meant to be mobile and pose questions about our relationship to the environment that we inhabit and the landscape in which we travel.

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Greg Niemeyer

Tomato Quintet, 2007/2010
Niemeyer’s creative work focuses on the mediation between humans as individuals and humans as a collective through technological means, and emphasizes playful responses to technology

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Nonchalance

Radio Nonchalance San Jose: Dispatches from South Hall, 2010
Nonchalance is a small production studio working to re-engineer the way audiences interact with media, space, and each other.

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Nancy Nowacek

Office of Movement Advancement and Research (OMAR), 2010
Represented by Nancy Nowacek, the Office for Movement Advancement and Research (OMAR) (2010) examines the disembodying forces of modern life to develop tactical movement programs, where “exercise” is not an isolated category of movement, nor sign devoid of signifier.

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O+A

Requiem for fossil fuels, 2010
O+A are renowned and award winning sound artists and composers who have been opening the ears of people around the world to new ways of hearing for twenty years.

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Corinne Okada Takara

TECHstyle SoftWEAR: Surface & Shape, 2010; Corinne Okada, Colleen Quen, & Rick Lee
Mixed-media Japanese-Hawaiian artist Corinne Okada Takara composes sculptures of both elegant and mundane materials that tell stories about the collision and intersection of cultures.

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