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30 minutes | May 20, 2021
Episode 18: Olga Correa
Olga Correa is a South Bronx-raised Puerto Rican female artist. She is a graduate of both the High School of Art and Design and the Fashion Institute of Technology and works in diverse styles and media while consciously advocating for feminine elements as strength in her creations. She is the primary character in her graffiti pieces that are influenced by her mentor, the legendary graffiti artist Skeme.
31 minutes | May 6, 2021
Episode 17: Phillip David Stearns
Phillip David Stearns is an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. His practice involves the use of a wide range of electronic technologies and media to address the many roles technology plays in contemporary society. Deconstruction, reconfiguration, and extension are key methodologies and techniques employed in the production of works that range from audio visual performances, electronic sculptures, light and sound installation, digital textiles, and other oddities both digital and material. He received his MFA in music composition and integrated media from the California Institute of Arts in 2007 and his BS in music technology from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2005 - glitchtextiles.com.
19 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Episode 16: Carlo Vega
Born in Lima, Peru, Carlo grew up during a time of domestic terrorism and political turmoil. "It was during this time in my life that the cognitive foundations of what would become my artistic explorations were set. From my mathematician grandfather, I learned of geometry and the perfection in logic, and from my Catholic surroundings, I absorbed the potent iconography and sense of spiritual mystery. Upon leaving Peru at the height of terrorism, I moved with my family first to Montreal then to South Carolina, each place bringing me culturally and geographically farther away from my home." In approaching Carlo's art as a studied collection of thoughts and experiences, he is able to piece together his various realities. "By creating, I am embarking on a path of self-exploration that reconnects me to lost moments, lost people and lost places. In this process of active reflection, I invent, and my work oscillates between what has been and will be." By combining simple, often geometric shapes with nebulous backgrounds and exploring abstract concepts through various mediums, Carlo explores a tension between the logical and the inexplicable, the same tension he was surrounded with as a child in Lima. He received his BA from the University of South Carolina in 2000 and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
20 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Episode 15: Francisco Lopez of Mogollon
Francisco Lopez is an artist, designer and filmmaker living in Brooklyn. He grew up in Caracas, Venezuela and in 1995, he moved to Boston where he graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. In 2004 he founded the internationally renown and multidisciplinary creative studio Mogollon in New York City. Mogollon has created work for both art and commerce; experimenting with virtually every media. He has produced and exhibit work for renown institutions and personalities such as PS1 MOMA, The Drawing Center, Centre Pompidou, Ferran Adria, ElBulli Foundation, Ellen Berkenblit, Nike, Katy Perry, Madonna, Alicia Keys, Nelly Furtado, MAD Museum, Phillip Glass, American Ballet Theater, Terry Riley, Universal Records, Interscope Records, among many others. Check out his work at franciscolopezstudio.com.
23 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Episode 14: Graham Kelman
Graham Kelman is a Brooklyn-based freelance multidisciplinary architect with a passion for making physical installations, environments, and elements that leave an impact. Kelman consults with architects, brands, agencies, creative individuals, artists, and designers from concept through fabrication. He relies on his ability to communicate original ideas through visualization and his knowledge of design+build to ensure that the final execution carries the integrity of the initial ideas into fruition. Check out his work at grahamkelman.com.
15 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Episode 13: Matthew Schreiber
Matthew Schreiber is a New York City based artist known for his work in holography and for his large scale laser light sculptures. Schreiberʼs work has been the subject of solo exhibitions including Light, Color and Geometry, Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science; Crossbow at the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University; Side Show at Johannes Vogt Gallery, NYC; Guilloche at Fireplace Project in East Hampton, NY; Swiss Hall Basel, Switzerland; Platonic Solids at the NSU Art Museum Ft. Lauderdale; and Ontario, curated by Ambra Medda in the Miami Design District. Since the mid 1990’s, Schreiber has run the C Project, producing fine art holograms with artists such as Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, Roy Lichtenstein, and Robert Ryman. This year the Getty Museum has acquired Schreiber’s archive of holography. Matthew Schreiber’s expertise in the manipulation of light led to over a decade as the producer for James Turrell, personally overseeing some of the most celebrated works in contemporary art.
10 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Episode 12: Anna Lee & Gordon LaPlante of gCreate
gCreate was founded in 2013 by Gordon LaPlante and Anna Lee, as a two person startup selling 3D printer kits. Gordon is a licensed architect who also specializes in 3D rendering and design. Anna started her career in fashion public relations before transitioning into digital marketing and event operations within B2B finance and tech publishing. Today, gCreate sells professional, fully assembled large format gMax 3D Printers to clients such as NASA, Google, The CDC, BMW, Coca-Coca, The US Navy, Harvard Innovation Labs, and many others. Additionally, gCreate launched their high quality on-demand 3D printing services division in late 2017 and continues to grow that side of the business. All manufacturing and operations take place within gCreate's HQ inside of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
11 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Episode 11: Belinda Chen & Andrew Kupresanin of Superficial
Superficial is a creative practice exploring future aesthetics, ideas, and techniques to craft new visual dimensions for digital worlds. Led by Belinda Chen and Andrew Kupresanin, their work folds together reality, fiction, and speculation to form imagery and experiences that are transportive and otherworldly. Check out their work at superficial.studio.
14 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Episode 10: Hjalti Karlsson of Karlssonwilker
Hjalti Karlsson is a co-founder and partner of the award winning design studio Karlssonwilker (karlssonwilker.com). He has launched a number of notable creative projects over the course of his career, including projects for MINI/BMW, Museum of the Moving Image, Bloomberg Businessweek, MoMA, Viacom, Sotheby's, TIME Magazine and Vitra. Hjalti is the 2013 recipient of the Torsten and Wanja Söderberg Prize, the highest endowed design award. Karlsson was born and raised in Reykjavík, Iceland, and is an alumnus of Parsons School of Design.
24 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Episode 9: Xin Liu & Gershon Dublon of slow immediate
slow immediate is the electrical and mechanical engineering duo, Xin Liu and Gershon Dublon. Their goal is to “spark unexpected, intimate moments of perception that bridge the inner self and the outside world.” The name "slow immediate" comes from the belief that taking things slow can make everything feel that much more immediate. Xin is an artist and engineer and received her BE in Measurement, Control Technology and Instrument from Tsinghua University in 2013, a MFA in Digital+Media from Rhode Island School of Design in 2015 and her Master in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT Media Lab in 2017. Gershon is an artist, electrical engineer and recent Ph.D. graduate from the MIT Media Lab Responsive Environments group. His background in sensor technologies and human-computer interaction led to his dissertation work, called Sensor(y) Landscapes, in which he introduces attention and context-aware devices and environments that make networks of distributed sensors feel like prosthetic extensions of perception.
11 minutes | Jul 18, 2020
Episode 8: Alex Moulton
Alex Moulton is a New York City-based creative director, musician, entrepreneur, and currently Chief Creative Officer at Trollbäck+Company. He was previously at VICE, where as Senior Director he helped launch Live Nation TV. Alex is a noted expert in the fields of branding, rebranding, and audio branding, and works across disciplines in design, music, film, art, advertising and technology.
17 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
Episode 7: Grayson Earle
Grayson Earle is a new media artist, activist, and educator based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the creator of Bail Bloc and a member of The Illuminator art collective. He graduated from the University of California at Irvine in 2009 with a BA in Film and Media Studies before relocating to New York where he received an MFA in Integrated Media Arts at Hunter College in 2013. Since then, Earle has worked as a professor at Hunter College, Oberlin College, and The New School. He has published and spoken about his work and related research including techno-Socialism, hacking as an art practice, and contemporary implications of the Russian avant-garde. Recent displays of his work include Centro de Cultura Digital (Mexico), Kate Vass Galerie (Switzerland), and the Brooklyn Museum (USA). He has presented his work and research at The Whitney Museum of Art, MoMA PS1, Radical Networks, the Magnum Foundation, and Open Engagement.
19 minutes | May 24, 2020
Episode 6: Marc Thorpe
Marc Thorpe is an architect and industrial designer known internationally for his innovation and dynamic work, taking a rigorous approach to the integration of architecture, design and technology. In 2010, Thorpe established New York-based Marc Thorpe Design. He has worked extensively in Europe, Asia and the US as an architect and designer, and continues to collaborate on projects with a wide range of partners. He has taught in the Architecture Department at Parsons School of Design and the Industrial Design Department of Pratt Institute in New York City. Check out his work at marcthorpedesign.com.
22 minutes | May 1, 2020
Episode 5: Jared Greenleaf
Jared Greenleaf is a motion graphic specialist and video producer that has created Telly Award winning motion graphics and shot/produced hundreds of mini documentaries all over the United States. Jared is a Siggraph and Annie Award winning animator, as well as directed and animated segments for documentaries featured on Independent Lens and the Berlinale. He has worked on storyboard and animatic teams for Marvel Studios on productions including Iron Man 2, and The Avengers. With over 15 years of professional teaching experience, Jared joined Ringling College of Art + Design in 2015, mainly teaching Concept Development for the Department of Motion Design.
8 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Episode 4: Amelia Winger-Bearskin
Amelia Winger-Bearskin is an artist/technologist who helps communities leverage emerging technologies to effect positive change in the world. She is a Developer Evangelist at Contentful in the SF Bay Area. She founded IDEA New Rochelle, which partnered with the NR Mayor’s office to develop citizen-focused VR/AR tools and was awarded the 2018 Bloomberg Mayors Challenge $1 million dollar grant to prototype their AR Citizen toolkit. She is a Google VR JUMP Start creator, and co-directed with Wendy Red Star a 360 video story about Native American Monsters which was selected for a McArthur Grant through the Sundance Institute Native New Frontiers Story Lab 2018. It was on display at Newark Museum beginning February 2019. Check out her website at http://studioamelia.com/ and her podcast Wampum.Codes
11 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Episode 3: Jason Krugman
Blending craft with technology, Jason Krugman designs new types of media to efficiently arrange electricity in three dimensions. His sculptures often use their physical structure to conduct electricity allowing thousands of lights to sit softly amongst minimal wire forms. Krugman holds two US patents and has numerous permanent LED installations in the United States, Asia and Europe. Krugman Studio is located at New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, an old ship-fabrication facility that now houses dozens of small companies inventing new types of hardware and software. Check out his work at http://jasonkrugman.com/.
11 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Episode 2: Wonderville's Mark Kleback
Mark Kleback is a creative technologist based in Brooklyn, New York. He has spent the last five years as an independent contractor of his own company Kleebtronics, specializing in circuit design, programming, physical computing, and digital fabrication. In 2019 along with his wife Stephanie, they successfully crowdfunded a new bar and arcade called Wonderville which showcases games and installations made by local artists. Mark holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Penn State University and an MPS from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program. He is currently an adjunct professor at NYU's Music Tech and ITP programs.
27 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Episode 1: Ani Liu
Ani Liu is an internationally exhibiting research-based artist working at the intersection of art & science. Her work examines the reciprocal relationships between science, technology and their influence on human subjectivity, culture, and identity.
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