TRANSFORMERS: A Code and Data-Driven Animation Screening
Darren Douglas Floyd, Artist/Filmmaker
Mat Rappaport, Artist, Columbia College Chicago
A. Bill Miller, Artist, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Computer programming is an often invisible force that affects many aspects of our contemporary lives. From how we gather our news, maintain our libraries, or navigate our built environment, code shapes the interfaces and information they connect to. Artists who work with these languages as material can critically excavate code and its effects. The works included in this screening include animation and video that are produced through the use and manipulation of code and/or data.
The selected works will be screened during CAA on Saturday, February 6th from 9:00am- 10:30am in the Media Lounge and is simultaneously available online through the New Media Caucus Vimeo Channel.
- Nick Bontrager, "SIGNALS"
- J. Booth, "Juniper"
- Tiberiu Chelcea, "Fingertips"
- James Duesing, "Gray Elegy"
- David Fodel, "Nimitta"
- Snow Yunxue Fu, "Or"
- Brandon Gellis, "DataLith [Process IV]"
- Benjamin Grosser, "Computers Watching Movies (The Matrix)"
- Carson Grubaugh, "12 x 24"
- Shawn Lawson, "Sarlacc"
- Mauri Lehtonen, "UFO Trouble"
- Justin Lincoln, "Columns"
- Mike Mccubbins, "Sky Report: STL"
- Antonio Roberts, "Sonification Studies"
- Eric Souther, "Dissecting Muybridge Part III: Limits of Chronophotography"
- Rebecca Ruige Xu, "When Leaving Becomes Arriving"
- Jody Zellen, "The Unemployed / Urban Rhythms"
- Jing Zhou, "Living Mandala: The Cosmic of Being"
- Marina Zurkow, "NeoGeo3" (courtesy of bitforms gallery)