The Lodge Gallery
October 14 – 28
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 14, 7-9pm
131 Chrystie Street, New York City
Art in Odd Places (AiOP) presents Art in Odd Places: RECALLed, an exhibition organized by Caitlin Crews, Claire Demere, and Ikechukwu Casmir Onyewuenyi with Art in Odd Places curators Kendal Henry and Sara Reisman. The exhibition features a selection of artworks by artists participating in this year’s anniversary festival––RECALL––and is accompanied by a publicly accessible archive with current and past artists’ documentation. Visit site.
Thames & Hudson, London and New York
pp. 237–240, 253–254, 258–259
Bibliothèque Centre Pompidou
Salon Amexica: le mur frontière
September 3rd to October 19th 2015
NPR Science Friday
SciArts Producer Annie Minoff shares the story of a collaboration between a public artist and an augmented reality entrepreneur. And historian Patrick McCray joins Ira to talk about the legacy of LACMA’s first Art & Technology program. Read and listen
Volume 5, Issue 1, 2015
Edited by John Craig Freeman & Mimi Sheller
Special Issue: Mapping Culture Multimodally
Edited by Craig Saper and Nancy Duxbury
This Special Issue of Hyperrhiz uses the phrase cultural mapping to describe both a practice and an emerging interdisciplinary field. With multiple roots extending through theory and diverse areas of practice, from artistic inquiry to community planning, cultural mapping reflects the spatial and placed-based research in cultural and artistic studies, architecture and urban design, geography, sociology, cultural policy and planning, and e-media studies. Its recent adoption within a variety of disciplinary areas has necessitated new methodologies, perspectives, and disciplinary objectives. Continue reading.
A PUBLIC ARTWORK BY JOHN CRAIG FREEMAN WITH CRITICAL COMMENTARY BY JESSICA AUCHTER
Border Memorial: Frontera de los Muertos, augmented reality public art, Patagonia, Arizona, 2015.