Isabel Walcott Draves aka Fearless Leader!

By Ellen Hackl Fagan In regular form, Isabel is understating her achievements and assets. Without her, CTW would not EXIST! Biography: Isabel Walcott Draves runs two organizations to promote and develop the software and electronic art movement: Creative Tech Week and Leaders in Software and Art. As a strategic advisor in the innovation and Internet […]

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Scott Draves’ motivation is to reproduce the essence of life

By Nina Yankowitz Scott Draves is a pioneering software artist best known for creating the Electric Sheep, a collective intelligence consisting of 450,000 computers and people that uses mathematics and genetic algorithms to create an infinite abstract animation. His work has been shown at LACMA, MoMA.org, Prix Ars Electronica, ZKM, Art Futura, Emoção Art.ficial Bienial […]

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Jasmin Jodry talks Spider-Man, Land Rover, and Challenges for Creative Tech

Jasmin Jodry is a New York based Creative Director and Artist. She designs and produces digital content and immersive experiences that tell compelling stories and build engaging worlds.

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Daniel Temkin Likes Curvy Trees

Daniel Temkin makes images, programming languages, and interactive pieces that explore systems of logic and language. His work has been a critic’s pick in ArtNews, theNew York Times and the Boston Globe.

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Signal Jamming: In Conversation with Benton C Bainbridge

Benton C Bainbridge, one of the busiest and most prolific artists in the Creative Tech space, shares his thoughts on collaboration, new visual synthesis modules, kids and tech, and of course, Creative Technology Week.

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Interview with Allison Berkoy

Allison Berkoy is a Brooklyn based artist working with video, sculptural installation, interactive technologies, and performance. Berkoy’s work has been described as “fun and creepy”, haunting… almost freaky”, and “strange” by various publications. Her spectacles have appeared inside galleries, music venues, theaters, eateries, garages, a train caboose, and a salvaged lightship.

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Dennis Anderson Doesn’t Fear the Cloud

Personally, what I find exciting about this kind of art is the immersive technologies where the audience are brought in to meet each other and interact with each other and the art at the same time. I appreciated that spirit as much as the digital art itself.

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Mike Knowlton Gets Immersive

NYC is at the crossroads of so many different industries – technology, advertising, film, theater, and publishing. No city has this blend of industries and that makes NYC such a fertile ground for creative technologists. It’s the biggest sandbox and it has the most toys.

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Why Leigh Christie’s Skateboard Got Stolen

I’m beyond excited. New York has needed something like this for so long. There have been plenty of smaller festivals that aren’t very specific to creative technology. A lot of them are too heavy on the painting side, or too heavy on the commercial technology side. This one is right in the sweet spot. This is the one everyone has been waiting for, and everyone’s talking about it.

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Katherine Moriwaki is Cool under Pressure

It’s up to us whether or not we build the tools and experiences that uplift people, engage them with their environment and each other, and raise awareness of our shared responsibility in society. I think it’s possible, and I’ve seen a lot of great work from my students that hints at that. That’s what we as artists and creative professionals should strive for.

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