Signal Culture, a fellow media arts organization offering artist residencies in electronic arts located in Owego, NY, will have works by their recent artists in residence at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY entitled Performing Media: Works by Signal Culture Artists in Residence, opening September 20th, 2014. This is an exciting show for the IEA as well as many of the artists have previously worked at the IEA and will be showing work partially produced at or influenced by their time spent in our residency program.

Signal Culture was founded in 2012 by Jason Bernagozzi, Debora Bernagozzi & Hank Rudolph with the idea to create an environment where innovative artists, toolmakers, curators, critics, and art historians who are contributing to the field of media art will have time and space to make new work and to interact with one another. Jason and Debora both graduated from the Electronic Integrated Arts graduate program of the School of Art and Design, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.

Performing Media: Works by Signal Culture Artists in Residence is an exhibition which explores contemporary experimental media art in which artists integrate performance either as subject matter or as process in their electronic media arts practice. Past IEA artists including Jax DeLuca and Kyle Marler, Patrick Cain, Benton C-Bainbridge, Colleen Keough, LoVid, Phillip Stearns, among others will all be on display during the exhibition. Additionally, the IEA’s own Andrew Deutsch will be collaborating with IEA artist in residence Emil Schult on a piece for the exhibition.

The exhibit opens with performances on Friday, September 19th at 5:30pm in the Hosmer Auditorium. Admission to these performances is free and will include a range of electronic media instruments, some handmade and rare, and will combine experimental sound, film, video and real-time image and sound processing. If you are able to attend this is not an event to miss.