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Marching Cubes @ xMPL

October 20-22, 2016. EAD professor Jesse Colin Jackson presented the first interactive installation of Marching Cubes at UCI’s world-class black box theater, the Experimental Media Performance Lab. Marching Cubes are modular units derived from a historic graphics algorithm of the same name. Marching Cubes units are connected by matching the colored faces. In a …

The Land Mark Show

EAD faculty member Antoinette LaFarge is currently showing work in The Land Mark Show at the Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe. The show’s major themes are human traces on the land, land use, and fractured utopian visions of nature. Three photographic panoramas from Professor LaFarge’s “Western Waters” series are …

A Meditation on Plagues

The students in Antoinette LaFarge’s fall Design for Print class (Art 106c) are having an exhibition of the artist’s books they made hosted by Langson Library, thanks to Special Collections librarian Steve MacLeod, who has put up a page about the project here, with installation photos. The students’ challenge was …

Beatriz da Costa: memorial event

This Sunday, Sept. 15, The Laguna Art Museum is hosting an informal memorial for artist Beatriz da Costa with a panel featuring Donna Haraway, Alex Juhasz, and Catherine Lord. It starts at 1 pm. There is a Facebook page for the event. Before or after the memorial, you can see …

“Interactive Space to the Max”

The students of S.A. 106A Programming for Artists are holding a public end-of-year project showing on the evening of June 6th, 2013, from 6 to 8 pm in Room 2200 (the Game Lab) on the second floor of the ACT Building. All are invited to see this exciting range of …

“Six Sides” Exhibition

On Thursday, June 6th, the students of this spring’s Foundations in Media Design class are holding an exhibition of their class projects on the 3rd floor of the ACT (Art Culture Technology) building, just down the hall from the Art Department offices. The show is entitled “Six Sides” because all …

Beatriz da Costa: ex•pose

The Laguna Art Museum is featuring some of the last projects by UCI Art Department faculty member Beatriz da Costa, who died of cancer in December 2012.  This exhibition, curated by Grace Kook-Anderson as the fourth in the museum’s s ex·pose series, features Beatriz’s triptych video installation Dying for the …

SHIFT-CTRL

Beall Center 10th Anniversary

  event: Experimental Media Art Festival where: CTSA Arts Plaza + Beall Center date: Sunday, Oct. 10th, 2010, 1-8 p.m., free UCI’s Beall Center for Art + Technology opened exactly 10 years ago, with a ground-breaking show on computer games and art entitled “SHIFT-CTRL” that was co-curated by faculty members …

Hangmen Also Die, 2010

Hangmen Also Die

  OSCENE 2010 Laguna Museum of Art Feb. 20—May 16, 2010 Studio Art faculty member Antoinette LaFarge is premiering a new project in the OSCENE 2010 exhibition at the Laguna Museum of Art.  Hangmen Also Die, created in collaboration with director Robert Allen, is a performance-video-installation programmed in Max/MSP/Jitter that …

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