This is not a blame-game, but a game-change. High Tide, presented as part of Satellite Art Show, is a locally sourced exhibition featuring work by Ana Mendez, Laurencia Strauss, Matthew Evan Taylor, Deanna Young, Neil Bender, TVGOV, and explores various ways artists confront the intersection of unattainable, paradisal ideals and urban development, safe-space making, and sustainability in South Florida.
Halsey, an MIT Open Doc Lab fellow, has created installations for Harvard, the Kennedy Center in Washington, Cambridge and MOMA among others. This Miami Art Week (2015) he’ll launch now his first local project created specifically for Wynwood. ‘unreserved’, was commissioned by the Fordistas Creative Agency and co-produced with FilmGate Interactive.
Here’s your complete guide to Miami Art Week museum exhibits around town.
The Digital Museum of Digital Art [DiMoDA] and The Wrong New Media Biennale bring their mobile oculus rift station to the Surf Med Pharmacy in Miami Beach and we can’t wait to get our hands on it!
Inspired by the main character in the 1992 cyberpunk novel, Snow Crash by Neil Stephenson, the project features works by Claudia Hart (NY/CHICAGO), Tim Berresheim (DE) Jacolby Satterwhite (NY), and a project by Aquanet 2001 (Salvador Loza & Gibran Morgado) from Mexico City.
I went to FilmGate Interactive Conference. This is what I captured.
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Bare Bones, an experimental dance performance, incorporates visual installations and live abstract sound. The production filled the SandBox Studio at Miami Theater Center (MTC). Although I was initially skeptical, quite skeptical to watch this contemporary dance performance, when I first walked into the quaint black box theater, I was swept away by the ambiance created by the set: props in place and dancers in movement.