Dec 16, 2016 | Quotidian Mandala @ Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier, VT

Quotidian Mandala
Date:Dec 16, 2016 (5:30-9PM)
Where:Lost Nation Theater, 39 Main St, Montpelier, VT
A screening of Quotidian Mandala will be shown as part of a fundraiser for the Vermont Dance Alliance. The event will be at the Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier Vermont. Many dance/video works from Vermont choreographers will be shown.

Enjoy a tasty beverage by Halyard Brewing Company (VT-brewed alcoholic ginger beer!), shop around the silent auction items and bid on beautiful, original items for your holiday gifts, see dance films made by Vermont artists, and meet and greet Vermont choreographers and dancers!
Light refreshments served. Cash bar.

Nov 9, 2016 | Dancing Ellipses @ ICC, Hong Kong

Dancing Ellipses
Date:Nov 9, 2016 (9:30PM)
Where:International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong
The installation Dancing Ellipses lights up the Hong Kong skyline with three dots traveling vertically on three facades of the International Commerce Centre skyscraper. Initially, the objects are in synch but gradually fall out of phase allowing for syncopated visual movements. After two minutes, the objects realign, looping the visual effect of falling and rising on the enormous vertical walls.

The work was curated by the Open Sky Gallery which is located at the ICC and features a 77,000 square meter LED screen. Dancing Ellipses premiered and received honorable mention at the International Symposium on Electronic Art 2016.


Nov 5, 2016 | Quotidian Mandala @ Castro Theater, San Francisco, CA

Quotidian Mandala
Date:Nov 5, 2016 (2PM)
Where:Castro Theater, 429 Castro St, San Francisco, CA
Quotidian Mandala will make it’s world premier Saturday, November 5th 2016 @ the Castro Theater in San Francisco as part of the Scary Cow film festival.

The festival starts at 2pm - you can come and go as you please, but our film will be in the first half. I know I’ll be at the After Party (Free Booze and Tacos)


Nov 5, 2016 | Autumn Aureole @ River Arts Gallery, VT

Autumn Aureole Web
Date:Nov 5, 2016 (6PM-9PM)
Where:River Arts Gallery, 4 Pleasant Street, Morrisville, VT
River Arts hosts an annual fall fundraiser to support programming, operations, and meet our growing requests for financial assistance. Viva Las Artes! 2016 is a celebration of the generosity of our supportive and loyal community members, partners, and local businesses.

This experience will be a one-of-a-kind evening featuring delicious food, intriguing art installations and an exciting live auction. The evening will begin with cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres. Guests will be seated for a dinner of fall comfort foods shared family-style. This is not your average live auction, with travel, special events and entertainment, as well as a wide variety of one-of-a-kind experiences for family and friends. Guests may preview all of the auction items online beginning on October 31st.


Oct 18, 2016 | GIHON @ BTV Ignite, VT

Gihon Performance
Date:Oct 18 [Tue, @ 7PM], 2016
Where:Burlington City Arts, 135 Church St., Burlington, VT
GIHON is an audiovisual performance that combines field recordings of the Ghion River in rural Vermont, electromagnetic processing that reveals the playback mechanisms of the recordings, and live responsive video. The performance showcases Sean Clute (sound) and Leif Hunneman (video).

GIHON investigates the creation of something new while returning to the old. As a media artist living in a rural part of the United States I have questioned how digital media fits into the idyllic image of Vermont, known for its rustic barns, free-range cows and rolling pastures. To achieve this project, I recorded sound at eight locations along the Gihon River that flows from Eden to Johnson, Vermont. These unprocessed recordings are mixed live in the computer. Additionally, the analogue sounding water playback process is revealed via electromagnetic coils. The coils are positioned on different parts of computers and CD players amplifying the inner electronics of the machine. The live-video additionally mimics the underpinnings of the water/machine by processing footage of the river. Together, the sound and video, are creating new modes of experiencing the ancient natural artifacts of Vermont’s rural landscape.

Collaborating on this project is Leif Hunneman. Leif is an artist/technician from Burlington, Vermont working in interactive video, sound, and physical computing. Leif is the primary instigator of The Simulacrum Project, a rapid performance development workshop that pairs artists with technicians for improvisational live events. He has provided interactive video DJ performances for local, regional and national electronic music acts. He is also an original member of the venerable Burlington, Vermont based experimental electronic music project }hexdump{.


Oct 7 - Jan 14, 2016 | The Water Between@ BCA

In Between
Date:Oct 7- Jan 14, 2016 @ gallery hours
Oct 7 @ 5PM openning
Where:Burlington City Arts, 135 Church St., Burlington, VT
Now entering its fourth year, Of Land and Local: Watershed continues its commitment to the creation of new work through site-specific and place-based art making as well as community programming that encourages critical dialogue. As an ongoing partnership between Shelburne Farms and Burlington City Arts, Of Land and Local: Watershed combines the missions of both organizations and supports artist led conversations about social, ethical, and political issues impacting the Vermont landscape, culminating in exhibitions at both locations.

Cameron Davis, exhibiting Of Land & Local: Watershed artist at Shelburne Farms and at the BCA Center said, "I am thrilled to participate in this important exhibition which I see as a part of a complex system of conversations-from scientists, governmental and non-governmental organizations, to citizens, students, and artists-all of whom address the quality of water in our beloved Lake Champlain, throughout the state of Vermont, and globally."

Watershed, a word that is used to describe a system of interconnected streams, rivers, and lakes can also mean a turning point, a moment when a shift occurs. Both meanings are evident in the work of these artists, all Vermonters, who are investigating questions both emotional and ecological. The subject of water and our relationship to it can be broad and poetic-but the underlying tension of climate change and the very human loss that occurs in extreme weather events and flooding is now an unavoidable implication.

"Over the past three years Of Land & Local has served as a broad platform for critical dialogue about the environment. This year, the decision for Of Land & Local to have a central theme of water is in response to the immensely important role this resource plays within our local community and the world as a whole. It has been a great pleasure to work with such a stellar group of exhibiting artists and once again, to partner with Shelburne Farms to make this exhibition possible. It is BCA's hope thatOf Land & Local: Watershed will offer a meaningful experience to our audience and provide an opportunity for reflection on our society's complicated relationship with water," remarked Ashley Jimenez, Gallery Manager and Assistant Curator, BCA Center.

Special thanks to the Middlebury College Environmental Studies Program Senior Seminar for their contributions to this exhibition. This exhibition is sponsored by theVermont Community Foundation. BCA Exhibitions are funded in part by a grant from the Vermont Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Farrell Distributing, Have Your Cake Catering , and Fluid Bar Service are proud sponsors of BCA Center exhibitions and events.


Sep 30, 2016 | Double Vision @ Champlain College

Double Vision Champlain College
Date:Sep 30, 2016 @ 7PM
Where:375 Maple St, Champlain College, Burlington, VT
Double Vision intermedia performance group will be performing Veritable Vicissitudes. Veritable Vicissitudes is an emergent and interactive performance installation featuring choreography by Pauline Jennings, sound by Sean Clute and video by Jessica Gomula. The audience is invited to explore a maze of scrim while live sound and video projections echo through the space, creating overlays of light and moving shadows. Sharing the maze are several dancers, Hanna Satterlee, Avi Waring and Willow Wonder. The audience will be given finger LEDs to direct the dancers in a dynamic game of co-creation where color combinations prompt a variety of movement changes.


Sep 30, 2016 | Big Timber @ Champlain College

Big Timber Champlain College
Date:Sep 30, 2016 @ 7PM
Where:375 Maple St. Champlain College, Burlington, VT
Sean Clute will be performing Big Timber (CHOP, CHOP!). Based at The Monopole in Plattsburgh, NY, Big Timber pushes the boundaries of live video performance by engaging custom-built software and hardware to create abstract, non-linear narratives. The live performer and virtual entities communicate in real time to allow for a performance hybrid of digital storytelling, improvisation, and physical theater. In these video action paintings, stick figure drawings morph into animated characters, creatures, and landscapes that collectively tell the tales of deception, murder, lust and longing.


Sep 10, 2016 | Rural Noise Ensemble @ North Country Electronic Music Festival

Rural Noise Ensemble
Date:Sep 10, 2016
Where:ArtsRiot, 400 Pine Street Studios, Burlington, VT
The Rural Noise Ensemble will be performing at the North Country Electronic Music Festal. The group improvisation will include performers Sean Clute, Al Larsen and Otto Muller.

The North Country Electronic Music Festival (NCEMF) is bringing electronic music composers and performers from the north-east United States and southern Quebec to Burlington, Vermont, for a celebration of the electronic music of the region. Hosts Kalvos and Damian (Dennis Bathory-Kitsz and David Gunn) will be interviewing composers and performers throughout the day. These conversations will add insight and context to the variety of practices and styles on display, offering a great introduction to the North Country's contemporary electronic music scene.

NCEMF will take place in the midst of the 24th Annual South End Art Hop.

featuring music and performances by:
l'Artiste ordinaire (Melissa Grey & David Morneau), Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Eve Beglarian, Caleb Burhan, Aaron Butler, Josh Clinger, Michael Close, Sean Clute, Greg Davis, Gahlord Dewald, Francesca Hilditch, David Jaeger, Al Larsen, Matthew LaRocca, Otto Muller, Danielle O'Hallisey, Craig Pallett, Sam Pellman, Bill Pfaff, Elizabeth Reid, Mary Rowell, Dave Seidel, Jerod Sommerfeldt, Nate Trier, & Daniel Warner


Aug 5, 2016 | Water Bar @ Pine Street Studios, VT

Water Bar
Date:Aug 5, 2016
Where:339 Pine Street Studios, Burlington, VT
Come sample a selection of single source Vermont waters at Water Bar. This one night tasting event will feature a selection of drinking waters – from municipal tap water to spring water to backwoods well water. You’ve been drinking it but have you been you tasting it? You’ve been touching it, but have you been feeling it? You’ve been looking at it, but have you been seeing it? Water Bar is organized by artists Sean Clute and Al Larsen as a way of calling attention to our everyday experiences with water.

During the event a special performance of George Brecht's 1962 Drip Music will be performed in the courtyard. The event score will be interpreted by local composer Otto Muller. The score itself states "a source of dripping water and an empty vessel are arranged so that the water falls into the vessel."

Sculptor Rebecca Swartz's installation LandEscape Drop will be on display. It features glowing post-consumer plastics cut and sewn to resemble the plankton. The work is inspired by how plastics and plankton are both moving up the food chain.

The event will also showcase the work of artist Casey Engels. Casey will display large hand drawn data maps of her personal experiences with water and its effects on well being.

Bios:
Al Larsen is a media artist and writer whose work engages with ideas of public space and populist uses of media technologies. His work in performance, sound and programmable media has been presented at festivals in Brazil, Poland, Italy, Argentina, the UK and the United States. He directs the Creative Media BFA program at Champlain College in Burlington VT.

Casey Engels is a systems tinkerer. She most enjoys honing in on anxieties of our time, relationships with the natural world, and investigations of the self. Her work is an amalgam of curiosity, research and experiential projects. Casey is currently exploring ways to bring subtleties to the surface through analog cartographies, textile-based data visualizations, and whatever else she deems appropriate for storytelling.

Otto Muller is a composer, educator and interdisciplinary artist interested in peripheral spaces (the rural, the buried, the drowned) and the ruptures in communication that emerge when we attempt to represent grief, violence, and the experience of others. His music often engages with existing material, unfastening the associations that make it intelligible, and constructing fragile new structures from the empty husks.

Rebecca Schwarz creates community engaged projects, integrated Designs and Installations. Additionally, she teaches in complex environments and all ages - semester long courses, one on one, in community or school group workshops, artist residencies. Sharing inspiration from patterns in nature, connecting culture and contexts, supporting creativity is at the heart of her work.


May 5 - July 5, 2016 | GIHON @ River Arts, VT

RIVER WORKS 2
Date:May 5 - July 5, 2016 [call 802-888-1261 for hours]
Opening May 5, 5PM-7PM
Where:River Arts gallery, 74 Pleasant Street, Morrisville, VT
GIHON is a sound installation that combines field recordings of the Gihon River in rural Vermont. The sound is diffused through four speakers, as well as, into a bucket of river water. In essence, the electromagnetism of the recordings are transmitted through water and re-amplified from a hydrophone, creating a sonic hybrid of the natural and technological.

GIHON (an installation) investigates the relationship between nature and technology. As a media artist living in rural Vermont, I have questioned how digital media fits into the idyllic image of a state’s rustic barns, free-range cows and rolling pastures. In this work, I attempt to create a balance between the natural state of the river and the impact of human co-inhabitants. Despite the remote location of the Gihon (it flows from Eden to Johnson) one can hear the low moan of trucks downshifting, townspeople talking in the distance and the hum of the electrical grid. In other words, the environment of the river is already one intertwined with humanity. I highlight this connection in the installation by amplifying an iterative process by connecting the field recordings with the water and then mixing both sounds back into the space.

The River Arts Center’s name and location hold an emotional connection to Vermont rivers. Stewardship of environment in our community is vital. We see the bend in the Lamoille River at the Oxbow from the Center. Rivers are an important part of Lamoille County’s economic engine, with three locations for hydropower within three miles. Water is always moving. Change is constant.

River Works 2 includes riveting paintings by Rett Sturman, Elizabeth Nelson and Liz Kauffman. A wide variety of photographic work by Katherine Lipke Vigesaa and Robert Malbon shows many angles on the river theme. Kent Shaw has a powerful photographic installation that introduces the exhibit as viewers ascend the stairs to the Gallery. Poetry and photography unite in Kent Shaw and Jean O’Conor’s collaborative piece. “Gihon,” a powerful sound installation by Sean Clute concludes the list of exhibitors.


Apr 30 - May 1, 2016 | GIHON @ Prince of Bronze Warehouse, NYC

Cadence 23
Date:Apr 30 - May 1 [10PM- ?], 2016
Where:25-20 43rd Avenue, Long Island City 11101
I will performing the audiovisual work GIHON with Leif Hunneman at a epic event in New York City called CADENCE 23. More information about the event can be found below.

CADENCE 23 is a liminal place of live audio--from ambient to deep minimal techno, visceral performance and light worthy of dream science, FULL SCHEDULE BELOW.

Come when you will. Stay as long as you like.

THE SETTING: a 7000 Sq ft warehouse relic temporary arts zone with open air courtyard,
M,7,E,G to Court Square + 1 block walk

DOORS @ 3 PM Saturday,
Beer, Wine & Water bar. Daytime & evening picnics welcomed in courtyard. Bring a blanket.

5PM to 10 PM Saturday. The intervention begins: Experimental, Ambient, Noise & live audio/visual performances.

10PM Saturday to 5:30AM Sunday. The Crescendo (PLAN 23 & SOCKS AND SANDALS) into a deep, live audio minimal techno Groove (BUNKER artists ZEMI17 & LEISURE MUFFIN and BORNE (Anticipate)

530AM to 9PM Sunday The Sunrise reveries, sonic church, llve instrument harmonics, ritual sculpture & tidal aftermath silence.

******FULL SCHEDULE******

SATURDAY

5:PM INCUBATION HARMONICS

6:30PM ERIC BARRY DRASIN (movingpictures.gallery, NYC)-- Realtime Audiovisual Performance, ericbarrydrasin.com

7:00PM NAOKI IWAKAWA, Long-time Brooklyn via Japan action painter Naoki presents TOTAL ECLIPSE, a live creation on canvas with a-hum providing live soundtrack (http://www.naokiiwakawa.com)

7:30 PM exileFaker (8bitpeoples) Inquisitive 8- and 16-bit dance rock + noise, http://soundcloud.com/exilefaker

8:00 PM DR. SEAN CLUTE (Double Vision) & LEIF HUNNEMAN (The Simulcrum Project, }hex dump{) present GIHON, a weaving of field recordings of the Ghion River with live responsive video and electromagnetic processing that reveal the recordings' playback mechanisms. www.seanclute.net

8:45 PM AGENT MT, intertidal poetics, "Two Bodies near sunrise” (www.ransomcorp.org)

9:00 PM NAO NISHIHARA (Guest Artist from Japan, Asian Council Grant), sound art performance, "walking on two ears in this world"--Nao wears a drum on his back with a mallet attached by a string to his feet. Who is the boss of the body? http://nishiharanao.blogspot.com

*****LIVE VIDEO MIXING BEGINS with maestros SEEJ (www.seej.net), SHIGE MORIYA (Cave, Leimay) & JIMI PANTALON (www.washmachineproductions.com)

10:00 PM PLAN 23 with BISAN TORON. PLAN 23 is Dok Gregory (23Windows/ZGT/Amoeba Technology), Jeremy Slater (Leimay, Sonic Front) & WvS (Ab Uno Pluribus, Data Nerds) 21st century psychedelic / sonic explorations. www.plan23.net BISAN TORON, extraordinary voices (Creature Work, NYC) www.bisantoron.com

11:00 PM SOCKS AND SANDALS (ISTANBUL/BALTIMORE--Microcosm Music, Love and Cush Records) outer space dance floor meets atmospheric tribal https://soundcloud.com/socksandsandals

SUNDAY MIDNIGHT & EARLY MORNING

12:25 AM LEISURE MUFFIN (The Bunker NY, Monophonic Antelope) Modular synth improvisation that moves youtu.be/627NDO0l7Pc

2:00 AM ZEMI17 (Bunker NY, the Danger, Gamelatron) Long play Live experimental techno set derived from gongs, insects and urban noise. www.zemi17.net

3:30 AM BORNE (Anticipate NY) live audio slo-mo techno with lush acid acid accents https://soundcloud.com/borne

4:30 AM PLAN 23 Set #2. Plan 23 is Dok Gregory (23Windows/ZGT/Amoeba Technology), Jeremy Slater (Leimay, Sonic Front) & WvS (Ab Uno Pluribus, Data Nerds) 21st century psychedelic / sonic explorations, www.plan23.net

SUNDAY WEE HOURS TO EVENING

9:00 AM NEEZA (Insect Crew, NYC) Sounds summoned through psychedelic portals a la David Blaine https://soundcloud.com/rocksnshit

10:00 AM NURBSTREAM ((23 Windows, Mantis Haus) – electronic musical explorations, from nuanced and ethereal to dark and driven. https://soundcloud.com/nurbstream

11:00 AM J SOL TRIEZE aka JST (Brooklyn--subfloor 12, Fire Drill) with ZACH BREWER. Visuals by SEBASTIAN MLYNARSKI. An experiment in the contemporary collective consciousness. Rabbit holes will be followed. https://soundcloud.com/gary-rolo/subfloor-12-live-at-orensanz-excerpt

3:00 PM A-HUM (Project Kandata) experimental/ambient: guitar, pedals, drum set, microphone http://a-hum.bandcamp.com

4:00 PM POWER MYSTERY (Brooklyn) Synth, drums, bass. Intimate droney psych tunes with synth, drums, bass. www.alexcohen.tumblr.com

6:00 PM SMOMID (Chico Hamilton, Exegesis, Violet Transfixion)
Homemade instruments emitting light and sound http://www.smomid.com/

7:00 PM LinearElectricDisturbance (Amoeba Technology)--The Oscillation of the Space Time Fluctuation https://myspace.com/linearelectricdisturbance

8:00 PM HISAYASU TAKASHI w/ KELVIN DALY (23 Windows) Live sculpture ritual with master-crafted homemade electro-rigged instrumentation http://fredhatt.com/blog/tag/hisayasu-takashio/
https://soundcloud.com/kelvin-daly

VISION & INSTALLATION MAGIC

SEEJ , (Figment, NYC) kinetic light sculpture, projection art, an installation of water & light, www.seej.net

SHIGE MORIYA (LEIMAY, CAVE/ BROOKLYN)--ambient projection poetry founder with meditational light installation. www.leimay.org

JIMI PANTALON (NYC)--projection mapping, live video mixing, www.washmachineproductions.com

FEATHER BONE BLACK, Erin Ellen Kelly, body of elements, http://featherboneblack.tumblr.com

MURALISM

The warehouse walls are a tapestry of art newly created by NYC-based muralists: RUBIN415, DARK PONY, ERASMO, OKSANA PRO, KEY DETAIL, JULIA YU BABA, RESA, WALKER FEE, PYRAMID ORACLE.

STEEL

Chandelier by ROSANNA SCIMECA, www.rosannascimeca.com


Mar 4, 2016 | Molly & Polly @ Johnson State College, VT

Molly Polly
Date:Mar 4 [Fri, @ 4-7PM], 2016
Where:Dibden Center for the Arts , Johnson State College, Johnson VT
The Julian Scott Memorial Gallery on the Johnson State College Campus will be transformed, yet again for the final time this year, into an experimental gallery concept titled O P E N, a gallery where art is meant to be a public and pedestrian sensorial experience in space and time. In this final campus event, the vision and practice of Molly Davies and Polly Motley will unfold.

During their week long artist in residency at Johnson State College Molly and Polly have worked closely with media artist and Assistant Professor Sean Clute and JSC students studying art and performance, to create and perform a unique blend of performance art, video art and sound art that is simultaneously fascinating, captivating, perplexing and mesmerizing.

The result of three workshops during the residency will be displayed this Friday March 4th from 4pm to 7pm in performance and discussion sessions. Come for and stay for one session or all. As always refreshments will be served.

This extraordinary event is brought to you by the Program Planning Board at JSC and a special thank you goes out to Emily Neilsen and Jen Stefanski. The event IS a CREATIVE AUDIENCE menu item for this semester. It is also important to thank Will Davis and Thomas Gunn for transforming our gallery into a fantastic performance space. Thank you. And thank you to Molly, Polly and Philip for investing your creative energies in our community.


Feb 11, 2016 | GIHON @ Johnson State College, VT

Gihon Performance
Date:Feb 11 [Thu, @ 6:30PM], 2016
Where:Dibden Center for the Arts , Johnson State College, Johnson VT
GIHON is an audiovisual performance that combines field recordings of the Ghion River in rural Vermont, electromagnetic processing that reveals the playback mechanisms of the recordings, and live responsive video. The performance showcases Sean Clute (sound) and Leif Hunneman (video).

GIHON investigates the creation of something new while returning to the old. As a media artist living in a rural part of the United States I have questioned how digital media fits into the idyllic image of Vermont, known for its rustic barns, free-range cows and rolling pastures. To achieve this project, I recorded sound at eight locations along the Gihon River that flows from Eden to Johnson, Vermont. These unprocessed recordings are mixed live in the computer. Additionally, the analogue sounding water playback process is revealed via electromagnetic coils. The coils are positioned on different parts of computers and CD players amplifying the inner electronics of the machine. The live-video additionally mimics the underpinnings of the water/machine by processing footage of the river. Together, the sound and video, are creating new modes of experiencing the ancient natural artifacts of Vermont’s rural landscape.

Collaborating on this project is Leif Hunneman. Leif is an artist/technician from Burlington, Vermont working in interactive video, sound, and physical computing. Leif is the primary instigator of The Simulacrum Project, a rapid performance development workshop that pairs artists with technicians for improvisational live events. He has provided interactive video DJ performances for local, regional and national electronic music acts. He is also an original member of the venerable Burlington, Vermont based experimental electronic music project }hexdump{.


Feb 7- 13, 2016 | GIHON @ Johnson State College, VT

Gihon Installation
Date:Feb 7 - 13 [Sat-Sat, all day/night], 2016
Where:Julian Scott Memorial Gallery, Johnson State College, Johnson VT
GIHON is a sound installation that combines field recordings of the Gihon River in rural Vermont. The sound is diffused through four speakers, as well as, into a bucket of river water. In essence, the electromagnetism of the recordings are transmitted through water and re-amplified from a hydrophone, creating a sonic hybrid of the natural and technological.

GIHON (an installation) investigates the relationship between nature and technology. As a media artist living in rural Vermont, I have questioned how digital media fits into the idyllic image of a state’s rustic barns, free-range cows and rolling pastures. In this work, I attempt to create a balance between the natural state of the river and the impact of human co-inhabitants. Despite the remote location of the Gihon (it flows from Eden to Johnson) one can hear the low moan of trucks downshifting, townspeople talking in the distance and the hum of the electrical grid. In other words, the environment of the river is already one intertwined with humanity. I highlight this connection in the installation by amplifying an iterative process by connecting the field recordings with the water and then mixing both sounds back into the space.

Visually, the installation includes documentation from the Gihon river recordings. For example, locations of the recordings are identified on maps, GPS coordinates are printed and digital prints of the river are part of the total experience. Together, the sound and visual documentation will create new modes of experiencing the natural artifacts of Vermont’s rural landscape.

The Julian Scott Memorial Gallery will be transformed into an experimental gallery concept titled O P E N a gallery where art is meant to be a public and pedestrian sensorial experience in space and time.

Beginning on January 25th and ending March 5th each week the gallery will be taken over by an artist or collaborative that will present their explorations in light, sound, movement, and technology. Artists participating are Samuel Roulett, Assistant Professor at Landmark College, Sean Clute, Assistant Professor at JSC, Al Larsen, Program Director in Creative Media at Champlain College and Michael Zebrowski, Assistant Professor and JSMG Director and internationally recognized artists Molly Davies and Polly Motley.


Jan-Mar, 2016 | Emergentism @ Jericho Town Hall, VT

Emergentism (Preview)
Date:Jan 4 - Mar 31 [Mon-Thur 8AM-4PM & FRI 8AM-1PM], 2016
Where:Jericho Town Hall, 67 Route 15, Jericho VT
Opening Reception is February 7th (Sunday) 2 - 4PM

My single generative computer print entitled Emergentism will be on display at the Jericho Town Hall in Vermont. The 10x13 framed print is a rarity for me as I don't usually work with framed media. However, the exhibit theme "Motion" was ideal for the exhibition of this work. The work itself is inspired by capturing a moment in a longer generation of a computationally created image as well as William Bently's snowflake photographs from the 1900s.