What a great trip. It is one of those things for which some benefits are immediately quantifiable, but for which many will show themselves a few years into the future. On a very basic level, seeing how other countries regard contemporary art and how they situate it within their respective societies is interesiting and, in […]
The staff at the Digital Art Centre here in Stockholm aplogize for their temporary location and look forward to a shiny new building in which art, industry and the community work together to mutually benefit from technological innovation. And of course their City is fully behind the iniative. In Ottawa we can only dream of […]
Cambridge has been great. The Code people at Anglia Ruskin where receptive and interested in what we do and a few of their students/programmers showed up at the demonstation last night at the St. John’s Innovation Centre last night. It’s really great to share ideas with a new audience. We’re off this morning to Stockholm.
Hello all. Eric here. Julie, James, Adrian and I are currently in Cambridge. Had a meeting with members of CoDE (Cultures of the Digital Economy) and got a great studio tour. Here are some pics that I have taken. A productive day for everyone. Tomorrow we will be setting up venue at St. John’s Innovation […]
Not sympathy in the sentimental sense. Sympathetic vibration has nothing to do with the personal or emotional. For Helmholtz, it meant transduction of energy, resonance induced in a body – a room, a building, a glass, an eyeball – by an external force. At its resonant, or natural, frequency a body ceases to dampen energy […]
Arrived in Cambridge and looking forward to meetings with the Anglia Ruskin University’s, Creative Economy department and of course doing the first set up for the Firmament exhibition at the St John’s Innovation Centre
I was fortunate enough to arrange my schedule so as to spend July and August in NYC this summer, and although it is with mixed feelings that my time in NYC has passed, the fall in Ottawa is promising as Electric Fields is right around the corner and I look forward to catching up with […]