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The Birth of Public Speaking
The Super Coda and Jason Anthony Harris team up to present a night of decadence, delirium, featuring artists from DC, also to celebrate Jason’s birthday! Performances by Public Speaking, Valerie Kuehne, Jon Mizrachi, Dead Beat Dad, Blue Sausage Infant (DC), Pilesar (DC).
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Filed under: EVENTS | Tags: 22, 244, 6th, age, art, brooklyn, Carlton Bright, Chris Manzione, computer, Curt Belshe, digital, Hana Iverson, Holly Senter, iphone, Lise Prown, Luke Schantz, magazine, n, new, ny, nyc, Patricia Adler, Robin Michals, Sarah Drury, smartphone, st, Steve Bull, the, ventana, york, yorl
CURATED BY SARAH DRURY
April 16-May 8, 2011
Playground: A Beam of Intense Darkness // Sarah Drury
Augmented reality using the smartphone allows the participant to visualize digital images “collaged” over the present location, as seen through the phone’s camera. Although this superimposition of visual information onto the landscape is an additive process, décollage: torn exteriors implies instead a tearing away of existing surfaces.
Patricia Adler / Curt Belshe & Lise Prown / Carlton Bright / Steve Bull / Sarah Drury / Hana Iverson & Chris Manzione / Robin Michals / Luke Schantz / Holly Senter