Noted internationally for his digital imaging artwork and for never knowing what month it is, U. assistant Professor Ed Bateman just now got back to us with the answer to our January question as to what he was up to in 2015. (We have a new query for […]
Ed Bateman in his office at the University of Utah. Photo by Simon Blundell Istill have a card on my refrigerator from Phillips Gallery from 2005 that I am not ready to stop looking at — a computerized montage on Ralph Waldo Emerson by Edward Bateman with an […]
Ed Bateman — teacher, printmaker, and contributor to 15 Bytes — once said, “Every object exists in two worlds. One is the tangible that we know through our senses, and another exists only in our minds.” He might have added that we dress the things in our minds in […]
Since the first ARTISTIC TEMPERAMENTS (March 2008) focused on the very “material” question of Damien Hirst’s platinum-and-diamond skull entitled “For the Love of God,” I figured something completely “immaterial” and “virtual” made sense for the second installment of this feature. I find fascinating the mutability of the fine […]
Edward Bateman is an assistant professor at the University of Utah and teaches art in the Photography/Digital Imaging program.