Photograph by Chris Rainier, exhibited in “Ancient Stories with Modern Technology.”
Gibe & Pipe, Huli wigmen, in Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea. Traditional ceremonial paint colors: Mali-ambua-hare, Waterfall: Iba-Fugu.
Digital Art @Google, a one-year exhibition & public programs series at Google headquarters, New York City, was curated and produced by Nina Colosi, Founder and Creative Director of Streaming Museum.
Digital Art @Google, an exhibition program launched in 2010 by Google NYC and The Project Room for New Media at Chelsea Art Museum, opened in June 2010, aiming to engage Googlers with the art world and promote creativity with digital technology. Exhibitions and artist talks were held at Google headquarters in New York City.
The exhibition program was initiated at Google by Josh Mittleman, User Interface Software Engineer, and supported by the Google Community Affairs committee at Google NYC. Digital Art @Google NYC 2010 was curated by Nina Colosi, Curator of The Project Room for New Media at Chelsea Art Museum and founder of the public art program, Streaming Museum.
Ancient Stories with Modern Technology – READ MORE
(October 28 – December 31)
Artists: Chris Rainier, Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) and Andrew Senior
We Write This To You From The Distant Future – READ MORE
(August 20 – October 22)
Artists: Mark Amerika/Chad Mossholder/Rick Silva, Rachel Armstrong/Michael Simon Toon, Marc Barasch, Ed Bilous, etoy, Mitchell Joachim, Eduardo Kac, StudioIMC-Tunick/Elston/Schiller, Jack Toolin/C5, Marina Zurkow, Google UK, Clean Energy 2030, Andrew Senior, Cordero/Senior/Weston
Data Poetics – READ MORE
(June 11 – August 13)
Artists: Scott Draves, R. Luke DuBois, Aaron Koblin, Mark Napier, W. Bradford Paley, Lincoln Schatz, John F. Simon, Jr., Thomson and Craighead, Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viegas
Support for Digital Art @Google provided by the Google, Inc. Charitable Giving Fund of Tides Foundation