Fall 2016 Creative Code Immersive
Gray Area’s Creative Code Immersive is a ten-week education program focused on giving a small cohort of students a strong foundation in the art of creative code. Applications are Due September 5th.Apply!
At Moogfest, a Kinect-powered installation gave visitors a chance to remix the track “Realiti” by Moogfest headliner Grimes. The project is one of several from artists who are using Microsoft technology to transform how they and others create and experience music. “Realiti – Inside the Music of Grimes” is an environment ...
In February 2016, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts and Research at Google held a benefit auction and art exhibition of artworks made using artificial neural networks followed by a day of open forums on machine learning. “The role of the artist is to amplify their message. It’s natural ...
Given you can count the number of art spaces in North America focused (exclusively) on art that engages emerging technology with one hand, each venue that does plays an important role. Gray Area Foundation for the Arts is a self-described “non-profit organization supporting art and technology for social good” and ...
Minutes before kicking off the third of four sold-out performances of his laser-driven audio-visual show, Lumière II, Robert Henke took to the stage to deliver a few brief words to the audience. To paraphrase: "It's critical that you turn off your phones during the performance," he began. (No surprises ...
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