JANUARY – MAY 2017
A View From The Cloud, an interactive salon of art, innovation, and conversation May 17, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm United Nations Church Center, 777 UN Plaza. More info soon.
African Art Forum at the 57th Venice Biennale May 9, 10 at Piano Nobile of Palazzo Dandolo, Hotel Monaco. Free admission. Livestreamed at StreamingMuseum.org.
Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne, France, 2017 March 9 – April 9 in Exhibition #2, Si Automatique (If Automatic) – John F. Simon, Jr’s “HD Traffic” 2009.
Following the City University Hong Kong’s Extreme Environment Expedition to Coral Triangle in Western Pacific Ocean. Feature story in progress. February – April.
March 1-31, 2013, Nordic Outbreak opened with Bjork’s “Mutual Core” across the screens of Times Square reaching over 560,000 viewers, and launching a global tour to 7 continents.
JANUARY – DECEMBER 2016
Exhibitions and programs:
OVNi, Objectif Vidéo Nice, France. Video art festival November 30 to December 4 at the Windsor Hotel and 25 city, public and private art spaces.
Bina48 humanoid robot was presented at ArtHelsinki and in an international residency in November and Q&A on November 22, 2016 at Gazelli Art House, London. Press release here.
ArtHelsinki International Contemporary Art Event, September 7-11, Messukeskus Expo and Convention Center, Helsinki. Launch of StreamingWorks.org.
A View From The Cloud, Kvinesdal, Norway, September 10, 2016 to January 29, 2017
Feature story at StreamingMuseum.org: “A View From The Cloud: Paths to environmental and social justice through data, creative technology and art” at StreamingMuseum.org beginning April 28 for Creative Tech Week NYC.
Balance-Unbalance International Conference, Columbia, South America – “Creativity, Emerging Mobile Technologies and Changing Climates”
International Commerce Center Tower Open Sky Gallery Hong Kong
SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER 2015
Introducing A View From The Cloud, September 14, 2015
JUNE – AUGUST 2015
Summer Features: MoMA’s commissioned video by Björk and Andrew Thomas Huang, Iris van Herpen’s futurist fashion for the first time in the Middle East at The cARTel Dubai, Marco Brambilla’s Mission to Mars takes off in Times Square, Juliette Yuan’s series “The Artist’s Creative Process”, Ryoji Ikeda’s art on the beach in Rio, Alana Esposito on getting the ‘real news’ from the arts, political satire, social media and in-depth reporting.
APRIL – MAY
Getting the Real News via the Arts, Political Satire, Social Media, and In-Depth Reporting:
THE NEWS reality opera by composer JacobTV and NY debut at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and talk with Twitter News, broadcast, documentary and digital “rock star” journalists. Feature story by Alana Esposito, essay by Spanish sociologist Manuel Castells. UN Foundation welcomes Janos Pasztor, United Nations Assistant Secretary General on Climate Change at the Waterfall Mansion, NYC, amidst art and running waterfall.
FEATURED: Multi-media artists Jonathan Monaghan, Federico Solmi, Lincoln Schatz, Teru Kuwayama, international political satirists Jon Stewart, John Oliver, Bassem Youssef in Egypt, and Miao Fu and Wang Sheng in China.
6 Stories About Art, Sport, Culture, Fashion, and the Social and Political Factors that Occupy Them – in Tehran, Rio’s Favelas, Kvinesdal, Norway’s Fiord Region, & NYC | Collect Art Exhibited by Streaming Museum | Save the date – “The News” Multi-Media Opera by JacobTV at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, April 17 – 18
Artists’ Travel Edition: An Excursion into the Realm of Minimalism and Meditation, Nordic Voyage to the Virtual opens at Scandinavia House, and Japanese Garden of Unearthly Delights at Japan Society.
FEATURE STORY: Maximizing Life with Minimalism – from Silicon Valley to the Arts and Meditation Realm.
BREAKING INTO THE NEW YEAR | RYOJI IKEDA Takes Times Square | IN DUBAI Imagining Future Cities | THEO JANSEN’S Beach Species | ROBERT WILSON’s Musings | STARKWEATHER’S Fashion Philosophy | EDWINA SANDYS’ Breakthrough Celebrating the Fall of the Berlin Wall | The Network by Lincoln Schatz part 2