Saturday, May 13- Noon – 7 pm – FREE
at the Knockdown Center at 52-19 Flushing Ave in Queens
Friday and Saturday evening performances and exhibition hours 7- midnight – BUY TICKETS
This May 12-13, a joint exhibition featuring software and electronic art by faculty and alumni of computer art departments of nine area universities will be mounted for the first time ever in New York City.
The two-day exhibit, Stronger Together, includes a selection of electronic music performances and free Maker workshops (registration coming soon) teaching 3D printing and modeling as well as DIY electronics assembly and programming. Produced by Leaders in Software and Art (LISA) for Creative Tech Week in conjunction with Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, the exhibit celebrates the explosion of technology onto the global art and music scene and highlights the leaders at our educational epicenters for technological innovation in the arts.
Artists featured in the exhibition (soon to be included on our CTW Experts list) include:
Ana – a virtual reality artwork by Tatiana Pilon, NYU Tandon Integrated Digital Media
We invite you to come to the Knockdown Center at 52-19 Flushing Ave in Queens on Friday and Saturday, May 12-13 2017, to experience the work of artists and educators who are driving forces in guiding and facilitating the next generation of innovators in technological arts, as we uncover intersections in aesthetic and conceptual inquiries across academic programs at ten area universities. The exhibition includes art installations incorporating a wide range of technologies and media including Virtual Reality; Augmented Reality; 3D printing; CNC router milling; custom or recycled electronics; custom software; the Internet; custom video game consoles and joysticks; photo manipulation; data visualizations; drone video; algorithms; speech synthesis; and tablets, smartphones, flat screens, projectors, computers, microphones, sensors and speakers.
In addition to our university partners and LISA, Creative Tech Week is also partnering with Harvestworks, Plan 23, Columbia University, CUNY and the Lady Tech Guild to feature exciting performances and hands-on workshops over the two-day period. Organizers include Isabel Draves, President of Creative Tech Week and Founder of LISA; Carol Parkinson, Director of Harvestworks; Wolfgang von Stuermer (aka WvS), Representative of Plan 23; Michael Merck, Co-Director of the Knockdown Center; and Akaash Mehta, Creative Tech Week Arts Hub Exhibition Director.