Sandra O’ Neill is a solo performer and also lead vocalist with Alias Grace, a duo formed with pianist Peter Chilvers.
Dr. Frank Oppenheimer was a physicist, educator, and founding director of San Francisco’s Exploratorium.
I Wish to Say, 2010
Sheryl Oring addresses issues of public concern through a variety of media and methodologies.
A Season in Hell, 2010
Randall Packer is internationally recognized as a pioneering multimedia artist and composer. His work encompasses a broad range of new media performance, installation and net specific projects.
Exhibition at Natalie and James Thompson Gallery, San Jose State University, 2010
Since 1989, Miguel Palma has explored matters related with the world’s hurried technological development, proposing alternative (and ironic) paths to this hunger of new.
Floating World: A Camping Ground/Tent City for Displaced Human and Bird Song, 2010
Marguerite Perret is a mixed media installation artist. She is an associate professor of art and design at Washburn University, Topeka KS.
Sonic Tube, 2010
Suzy Poling is an interesting cauldron of tape manipulation, organ drones, melodies, electo-acoustic sounds, synthesizers and voice. She works as an installation and sound artist and also produces a lot of two-dimensional work in the form of photography and collage.
Particle Falls, 2010
Andrea Polli and Chuck Varga create public media and ecology art works internationally, focusing the role of art in the understanding of climate and weather science through interpretation of the data and direct communications with scientists.
The Lives of Energy, 2010
Rick Prelinger, an archivist, writer and filmmaker, founded Prelinger Archives, whose collection of 60,000 advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur films was acquired by the Library of Congress in 2002 after 20 years’ operation.
growBot Garden, 2010
The Public Design Workshop is a research studio in the Digital Media program in the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture, at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
TECHstyle SoftWEAR: Surface & Shape, Corinne Okada Takara, Colleen Quen, & Rick Lee, 2010
Couture fashion designer Colleen Quen recently traveled to Guizhou, China, to study the costumes of the Miao and Buyi minority cultures for design ideas to inform her highly sculptural artwear.
Meandering River, 2010
Sabrina Raaf is a Chicago-based artist who works in experimental sculptural media and designs responsive environments and social spaces.
Egg and Sperm Ride, 2010
Janaki Ranpura creates sexy and ridiculous performances. She’s interested in exploring the interface between people and technology through puppets. She uses puppet shows to add charm and humor to our engagement with the digital world.
Rebar is an interdisciplinary studio based in San Francisco and operating at the intersection of art, design and activism.
World of Wonder, 2010
reDiscover promotes creativity in education while encouraging environmental responsibility. reDiscover recycles everyday discards donated by business and gives them new purpose as hands-on learning materials. reDiscover is a community art center, reuse warehouse, gallery and event space.
Oglala Oyate: Sister City for a Better Future, 2010
Rigo 23 works in a variety of mediums, often in public places and in collaborations with others, such as with imprisoned Native American leader Leonard Peltier or his mother.
The LAB at Rockwell Group is part of the larger Rockwell Group family, which has been working for more than 25 years on the architectural and interior design of projects ranging from museums, to exhibits, restaurants, hotels, and theaters.
Possible Landscape (for Donald Judd), 2010
Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist from Los Angeles. His work includes painting, drawing, sculpture, film/video, sound installation, and performance.
Singing Garden, 2010
Tim Roseborough is a digital artist, musician and entrepreneur. He has performed and shown artwork widely, including The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Root Division, ARTWork SF and Catharine Clark Galleries in San Francisco, CA.
Best Practices in Banana Time, 2010
Stephanie Rothenberg creates provocative interactions that question the boundaries and social constructs of manufactured desires.