Point Zero Woody Vasulka

Point Zero documentation video

Point Zero Woody Vasulka, September 11 – October 12, 2020, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, School of Art and Design at Alfred University, featuring work from Woody Vasulka and a three-channel work Lucifer’s Commission, by SLIDERS_lab [F. Curien, Jean-Marie Dallet, H. Jolly], Curated by Eric Souther.

Introduction Written by Rebekkah Palov

Imagine imagining a poetics, not the one you were trained in, not one as yet known, but an emergent grammar, vocabulary, and syntax being coaxed out of new technologies, technologies of electric energy flows, and the machines you might build to dialog with them. Then how to write the codex using these tools, what would it look like, how would it move us, where would you start.

The Division of Expanded Media is happy to present the exhibition POINT ZERO, featuring video artworks by the pioneering media artist Woody Vasulka (1937-2019). The exhibition investigates Woody’s research and discoveries in electronic moving-image, featuring original works and contemporary interpretations. We look forward to having you join us for this very special all-video exhibition, featuring multi-channel and single-channel video and sound. The exhibition ran from September 11 – October 14, 2020.

EIA M.F.A. shares new work

Electronic Integrated Arts Grads had lots of new works to share at midterms, are selected works to show what they are up to.

New work in process from Yunda Sun, material processing video with cyanotype
Bodies in Spaces performances by Isabella Uliasz, see more here
Multimodality by Michael Flora
Bike Forest #wip by Di Zhu
School Fish in Immersive Gallery by Di Zhu #wip
Unorthodox by Sam Wiechert
Distorted by Stephen Radley


Show card for Flickering at the Edge of Anthropocene Curated by Darren Lee Miller for Blockfort, in Columbus OH, October 2-November 21, 2020.

Recent prints by Kathryn Vajda are included in the exhibition “Flickering at the Edge of Anthropocene,” on view at Blockford, Columbus, Ohio, October 2 through November 21. The exhibition contemplates humanity’s entry into what the writer Elizabeth Kolbert calls the Anthropocene, an era when human activity is the dominant influence on the environment, Darren Lee Miller writes.