Book Reviews

Behaviourables and Futuribles

Behaviourables and Futuribles A review of Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology, and Consciousness In 1970, Roy Ascott wrote, “If writing about art has any value at all at a time when art works and processes are themselves polemical, it can only be to discuss alternative futures.” […]

15 Bytes

What We’re Working On

This month’s edition of 15 Bytes is shaping up to have a sort of mini-theme: travel. Which seems appropriate with summer just around the corner. In addition to our article on Amanda Moore, we have an interview with Olivia Mae Pendergast about her trip to Africa, and a […]

Public Issues

Orphaned Works Revisited

Back on May 12, we made a post about the Orphaned Works Bill. Here’s an interesting YouTube post (it’s really an audio file rather than a video) about the subject: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqBZd0cP5Yc If you want to communicate with your elected officials about this bill go to: http://capwiz.com/illustratorspartnership/home/ 

Film

My Kid Could Paint That

Sundance Institute Documentary Film Series Wraps The 2007-2008 Season with a Free Screening Of My Kid Could Paint That On June 4th. The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Series wraps its 2007-2008 Season this week with a free screening of My Kid Could Paint That on June 4th. An […]

Recognized

Laurie Lisonbee’s work recognized

Laurie Lisonbee of Salem won Best of Show in the Hilton Head Art League  2008 National Juried Exhibition, Walter Greer Gallery, Hilton Head, South Carolina.  The painting “Pigeon Pose With Spoon,” was selected for  the $2500 award from among 798 artworks entered nationally.  Her painting “Crazy Eight” recently […]