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"Nicely evocative ... the effect is remarkably close to the subjective quirkiness of memory, of past moments floating unpredictably to the surface." -- Richard Grant, Washington Post Book World its name was Penelope , Eastgate Systems, Cambridge, MA, 1993 Also reviewed in The New York Times , American Book Review , Modern Fiction Studies , Postmodern Culture and others; exhibited at The Space in Boston; and the Richmond Art Center. Update: MIT Press updates its website, including new pages for Women, Art & Technology , edited by Judy Malloy and for Art And Innovation, The Xerox PARC Artist-in-Residence Program edited by Craig Harris, with papers by Judy Malloy and Cathy Marshall . Plus the Women in New Media website now includes an extensive bibliography of books, papers, dissertations and more. Judy Malloy is a poet who works at the conjunction of hypernarrative, magic realism, artists books, and information
Discover art from the Tate collection and beyond We hold the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art. Our collection includes nearly 70,000 artworks by over 3,000 artists and grows every year. You can also access nearly 2,500 artworks by Joseph Mallord William Turner from other collections.
Jill Scott «Frontiers of Utopia» «Frontiers of Utopia» is the final part of an interactive series exploring the «history and nature of idealism, technology and design». In the first two parts, «Machinedreams» (1991) and «Paradise Tossed» (1993) the relationship between desire, design and memory was explored in a stylised and dreamy manner. The viewer was able to construct a collage of sounds and images from 1900, 1930, 1960, 1990 by moving through both real and virtual space, their movement triggering sounds or by using icons on a touch sensitive screen. In this way they became time travellers, making interesting associations as well as learning about history in a new way.
1995-2004, Ars Electronica Museum, Linz Austria. Co-directors: Ken Goldberg and Joseph Santarromana Project Team: George Bekey, Steven Gentner, Rosemary Morris Carl Sutter, Jeff Wiegley Ars Electronica team: Erich Berger, Gerold Hofstadler, Thomas Steindl, Gerfried Stocker Archivist: Hannes Mayer [ The Telegarden community salutes the memory of our friend Hannes "Captain" Mayer, 1976-2010. ] "Il faut cultiver notre jardin." Voltaire