Collider Exhibition Series

Collider Exhibition Series Interactivity + New Media

The Collider Exhibition Series examines the impact, implications and inspiration of the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term New Media within the design practice and fine arts.

Ch-ch-check this gorgeousness out for yourselves.
04/12/2017

Ch-ch-check this gorgeousness out for yourselves.

7 Ways Technology is Changing How Art is Made
08/31/2014
7 Ways Technology is Changing How Art is Made

7 Ways Technology is Changing How Art is Made

Technology is redefining art in strange, new ways. Works are created by people moving through laser beams or from data gathered on air pollution

03/26/2012

Elliott Earls public lecture tonight 7:30pm folk hall auditorium.

03/18/2012

2 days to opening reception. 16 hrs until we open. Wanted to throw in the towel a couple times, but getting very close now. Almost think we can pull this off!

03/16/2012

Big props to Mike Kondis for hanging with me all evening last night to write some killer code. You Are All Pixels is close to completion. Thnx Mike!

03/15/2012

Finally got the macpro to work on!!

Timeline Photos
03/10/2012

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos
03/10/2012

Timeline Photos

03/10/2012

Elliott is done installing his piece.

The earls supergrapic is fascinating to stare at. Can't wait for everyone to see this
03/09/2012

The earls supergrapic is fascinating to stare at. Can't wait for everyone to see this

Parabolic speakers for James Murray installed.
03/09/2012

Parabolic speakers for James Murray installed.

Timeline Photos
03/09/2012

Timeline Photos

our new online home.
12/13/2011
Collider Exhibition Series

our new online home.

The Collider :: C4 Exhibition will have an area we will call the Kinect Cube. The Kinect Cube setup will contain a computer (PC and Mac) with a projector and speakers setup to showcase Kinect Based Artworks.

12/13/2011

we have a call to artists for Kinect-based work. check it out on collider.co

12/12/2011

Collider has been on hiatus, but regrouping and gaining momentum! We have a new web site, new look, new feel but same attitude towards new media. Stay tuned in - Collider 4: Spectacle will be announced very soon.

DIANA GARCÍA-SNYDERhttp://diana-garcia.com
02/27/2011
Index

DIANA GARCÍA-SNYDER
http://diana-garcia.com

Butoh is a contemporary avant-garde dance that emerged after World War II in Japan. This unique movement practice weaves dance, theater, improvisation, and imagery

CHRIS YANChttp://www.cyancdesign.com
02/27/2011
cyancdesign [Chris Yanc]

CHRIS YANC
http://www.cyancdesign.com

An emerging technology I keep current on is multi-touch possibilities. I've built and demonstrated a multi-touch screen built using FTIR technology with they help or the NUI Group Community, and also DI style lighting similar to Microsoft Surface. I integrate additional Flash frameworks into the mu

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02/27/2011
Collider 2011

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The Collider Exhibition Series examines the impact, implications and inspiration of the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term New Media within the design practice and fine arts.

02/27/2011

A complete Schedule is on the collider web site.

SAT, MAR 5, 1:30 – 4:30 PM
Starting Out with Max/MSP/Jitter
THU, MAR 10, 1:45 – 2:45 PM
Creating an Open World as an Infinite Game
TUE, MAR 22, 5:00 – 8.00 PM
Opening Reception, Public Lecture
TUE, MAR 29, 7:00 PM
Careers in New Media
TUE, APR 5, 7:00 PM
Screening of Installation Week footage
TUE, APR 12, 6:30 PM
Shin’m dance performance + Lecture by Eunsu Kang

We Feel Fine by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar
02/11/2011

We Feel Fine by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar

02/11/2011

Art transforms the way we see.
Design transforms the way we interact.
Technology transforms the way we live.

Collider3 : Transform

March 22, 2011 - April 16, 2011

10/05/2010

The next exhibit in the Collider series has been confirmed for spring 2011. The schedule has been set, we will reveal more info soon. Please keep your schedule open to join us.

Collider3:Transform
March 21, 2011 - April 23, 2011
The Emily Davis Gallery
Myers School of Art
The University of Akron

And here's the link to "Text Rain."
01/20/2010
Text Rain « Collider Exhibition Series

And here's the link to "Text Rain."

Text Rain is an interactive installation in which participants use the familiar instrument of their bodies, to do what seems magical—to lift and play with falling letters that do not really exist. In the Text Rain installation participants stand or move in front of a large projection screen. ...

Once you've been to the gallery please join in on the conversation either here on facebook or on the Collider pages for ...
01/20/2010
Untitled 5 « Collider Exhibition Series

Once you've been to the gallery please join in on the conversation either here on facebook or on the Collider pages for the artwork. Here's the link to "Untitled 5."

Untitled 5 is the fifth interactive installation in the External Measures Series, which Utterback has been developing since 2001. The goal of these works is to create an aesthetic system which responds fluidly and intriguingly to physical movement in the exhibit space. ...

01/20/2010

Collider2: Camille Utterback exhibit in the Emily Davis Gallery is now open. Free to the public so please join us.

01/15/2010

RSVP to the Collider 2 facebook event to spread the news of the latest exhibition installment with your friends!

01/15/2010

Camille's assistant Genevieve Hoffman has been working diligently in the EDG for most of the week. Show is coming together.

01/11/2010
www.colliderexhibitseries.com

The Myers School of Art at The University of Akron will hold its second Collider Exhibition from January 19 to February 27, 2010. The Collider Exhibition Series examines the impact, implications, and inspiration of the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term "New Media" within design practice and the fine arts. The exhibition will take place in the lower gallery of the Myers School's Emily Davis Gallery.

A 2009 winner of the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, featured artist Camille Utterback is a pioneering artist and programmer in the field of interactive installation. Her work is an attempt to bridge the conceptual and the corporeal, seeking to understand how symbolic systems such as language reverberate on our physical selves. In addition to the gallery exhibition, Collider events include a residency program with the artist.

Public Lecture & Artist Reception: Wednesday, January 27, 6:30pm, Folk Hall Auditorium

Artist in Residency: Monday, January 25-Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Audience interaction with the works in Collider 2 allows for a blurring between the real and virtual; come explore the collision of art and technology at the Emily Davis Gallery. For more detailed information, please contact Vanessa Bordo, a graduate assistant to the gallery and see http://www.colliderexhibitseries.com. Rod Bengson, gallery director, may be reached at (330) 972-5950.

The Myers School is located at 150 E. Exchange St in Akron, with gallery hours of Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10am to 5pm and Wednesday, Thursday 10am-9pm. University art galleries and lecture events are open to the public and admission is always free.

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150 E Exchange St
Akron, OH
44325

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