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  • Managing the Complexity Of A Collaborative Generative Art Practice

    Managing the Complexity Of A Collaborative Generative Art Practice

    Special shout out to my fellow-presenters and panelists at this year’s College Art Association Annual Conference! It was in inspiring display of innovative digital humanties projects, facilitated by forward-thinking librarians. Appraising Your Research as Data: Managing, Visualizing, and Preserving Your ScholarshipArt Libraries Society of North America2/19/22 Chairs: Kim Collins, Emory UniversityKate Cunningham, University of Buffalo […]

  • Exhibition  Announcement: Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories

    Exhibition Announcement: Liquid Architectures and Leaky Territories

    WHAT:Art Exhibition and Opening Reception forLiquid Architectures and Leaky Territories WHO:Jenn Karson, Lecturer, Dept. of Art and Art HistoryArt + Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research Group at UVM WHERE:Francis Colburn Gallery, Williams Hall, University of Vermont72 University Place, 3rd floor. WHEN: Opening Reception + Mini-Print GiveawayMonday 3/21Noon – 1pm307 Williams Hall, UVM Art + Machine Learning […]

  • Stepping out of the incubator

    Stepping out of the incubator

    My public creative life began with a heavy focus on music and performance. I’m a chronic experimenter who thinks in cycles and systems and finds little satisfaction in finished objects. So, I’m not always comfortable calling myself an artist. My artworks are transient, and my preference is to share work outside of the traditional gallery […]

  • Speculative Futures

    Speculative Futures

    Imaginative students + Innovative pedagogy = A great way to wrap up 2021! Next week students my art, design & technology classes at the University of Vermont will present Speculative Design projects, imagining speculative futures and speculative pasts. We looked to the text Speculative Everything by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby for speculative futures. Earlier in the […]

  • New Forms

    New Forms

    This summer the ecosystem where I live has been disrupted by an unexpected explosion of gypsy moth caterpillars. In a matter of weeks their ferocious appetites defoliated the tallest and oldest trees in our neighborhood, dramatically changing the aesthetics of this place. Their cocoons and now dying moth bodies cover the trunks of these trees, […]

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