Opening Reception: Tonight, April 12, 7-10pm. Experimental Media 2012 Exhibition: D.O.L.L.: DIWO OPNSRC LMFAO LHOOQ April 12 – May 20, 2012 Location: Artisphere, 1101 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA. Free Admission

Opening Reception Tonight @ Artisphere 7-10pm! for Experimental Media 2012: “The D.O.L.L.:DIWO OPNSRC LMFAO LHOOQ Show” – I curated with Jonah Brucker-Cohen…..all are welcome!

Steven H. Silberg

Experimental Media 2012
Curated by Max Kazemzadeh, Assistant Professor of Media Art & Technology, Gallaudet University and Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Assistant Professor at Parsons MFA in Design and Technology and Parsons School of Art, Design, History, and Theory

Experimental Media 2012 explores recent developments in the field of art and technology through three separate, yet related platforms: an exhibition component, a video screening program, and a workshop series. While highlighting the creative potential of new technologies, Experimental Media 2012 will also explore the broader social and cultural implications of these rapid changes. Experimental Media 2012 is organized by Washington Project for the Arts, in partnership with Artisphere, and builds on WPA’s annual Experimental Media Series program, begun in 2006.

above image: Steven Silberg, image created by Pixel-Lapse Photo Booth, 2009, LaserJet Print, 5 3/4″ x 8 1/4″

D.O.L.L: DIWO OPNSRC LMFAO LHOOQExperimental Media 2012 Exhibition
April 12 – May 20, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 12, 7-10pm
Location: Artisphere, 1101 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA
Free Admission

Featuring work by Christian Benefiel, Eric Celarier, Jeff Chyatte, Mark Cooley, Blake Fall-Conroy, K. David Fong, Pete Froslie, Michelle Lisa Herman, Hiroshi Jacobs, Patrick Resing, and Steven Silberg

D.O.L.L.: DIWO OPNSRC LMFAO LHOOQ, an exhibition of experimental and interactive new media, installation, and sculpture, will take place in the Terrace Gallery at Artisphere from April 12 through May 20, 2012. D.O.L.L. highlights the creative, use, re-use, and mis-use of technology by contemporary artists. Artists featured in the exhibition utilize technological devices and systems to challenge our expectations of contemporary art, while simultaneously questioning common assumptions about technology and our relationship with it.


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