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Matt Roberts

Wed, 10/10/2012 - 10:08 -- rprice

Matt Roberts is a new media artist specializing in real-time video performance and new media applications. His work has been featured internationally and nationally, including shows in Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Mexico and in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago. He has shown in several new media festivals including ISEA, FILE, 404, CONFLUX, and he recently received the Transitio award from the Transitio_MX Festival in Mexico City. He is the founder of MPG: Mobile Performance Group , and an Associate Professor of Digital Art at Stetson University .

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Matt Roberts

Wed, 10/10/2012 - 10:08 -- rprice

Matt Roberts is a new media artist specializing in real-time video performance and new media applications. His work has been featured internationally and nationally, including shows in Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Italy, Mexico and in New York, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago. He has shown in several new media festivals including ISEA, FILE, 404, CONFLUX, and he recently received the Transitio award from the Transitio_MX Festival in Mexico City. He is the founder of MPG: Mobile Performance Group , and an Associate Professor of Digital Art at Stetson University .

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UCF alum leaves paintings on streets of New York, Orlando free of charge - News - Central Florida Future - University of Central Florida

Tue, 10/09/2012 - 10:46 -- rprice

Jensen and his roommate came up with an idea to leave the paintings on the street with a sign attached that said, “Free Art. If having this art will make your day better, then it’s yours.” It started as an experiment. They thought maybe no one would pick it up, maybe a homeless person would take it or worse, someone who didn’t even like it would snag it just because it was free.

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UCF alum leaves paintings on streets of New York, Orlando free of charge - News - Central Florida Future - University of Central Florida

Tue, 10/09/2012 - 10:46 -- rprice

Jensen and his roommate came up with an idea to leave the paintings on the street with a sign attached that said, “Free Art. If having this art will make your day better, then it’s yours.” It started as an experiment. They thought maybe no one would pick it up, maybe a homeless person would take it or worse, someone who didn’t even like it would snag it just because it was free.

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Arthouse Coop Sketchbook Project 2012 Hits Orlando Florida | Poetic Mapping: Walking into Art

Tue, 10/09/2012 - 09:36 -- rprice

There’s a huge diversity of art on a variety of themes. Below is a snapshot of a selection of some entries based on a theme of Food.

The theme I chose for my entry was Thread and Surface, in which I began an exploration, in the sketchbook, of a second in my Books of the Dead series.

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Arthouse Coop Sketchbook Project 2012 Hits Orlando Florida | Poetic Mapping: Walking into Art

Tue, 10/09/2012 - 09:36 -- rprice

There’s a huge diversity of art on a variety of themes. Below is a snapshot of a selection of some entries based on a theme of Food.

The theme I chose for my entry was Thread and Surface, in which I began an exploration, in the sketchbook, of a second in my Books of the Dead series.

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TheDailyCity.com: Center for Emerging Media Opens Fall Exhibition Season with Packet Switching

Mon, 10/01/2012 - 16:30 -- rprice

the artists wrote custom software that deconstructs a 3D model's source code and produces unique fragments. They further remixed these fragments using an original application created in Processing. The resulting images become limited edition prints, wall-sized paintings, animations, and most recently, a permanent public art installation at the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communication, opening October 19, 2012.

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More Than Sunshine

Tue, 09/25/2012 - 10:50 -- rprice

On September 5th in Orlando, FL people started their day with art installations springing up around the Mills50 and downtown area. For one day artists participated in the “Walk On By” show curated by The Corridor Project. Everything from Yarnbombing to performance art was taking place. Here are some photos from the show taken by artist Lesley Silvia.

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TheDailyCity.com: Public Library Nailed to a Tree - Share Your Books

Fri, 09/14/2012 - 18:13 -- rprice

Leah Fairchild did an installation in front of Urban ReThink in Thornton Park called "public library." Its a box with books inside. Very simple. But you can take the books. You can leave your old books behind. You can write a book and leave it. How fun is this?

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Output Arts » I have a message for you...

Tue, 08/21/2012 - 13:13 -- rprice

Listening without speaking alludes to eavesdropping and the covert monitoring of communications. The audience can influence the clarity of the message by adjusting the controls on the machine, giving a physical side to the sense of searching and trying to hang on to the messages. However, the piece includes the deliberate design of interfering with the descrambling process to cause the gradual degradation of the audio so that the messages eventually become engulfed in machine noise before cutting off suddenly to silence.

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