Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (opens Summer 2019 at Disneyland in Anaheim, California and late Fall 2019 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida)
In her captivating and intimate talks, Chang demystifies the creative process, inspires personal reflection, and provokes new ideas for community and well-being.
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Candy Chang is a world-renowned artist and urban designer. She engages communities to share everything from their greatest hopes to their deepest anxieties in public. In her captivating and intimate talks, she demystifies the creative process, inspires personal reflection, and provokes new ideas for community and well-being.
Through the activation of public spaces around the world, Chang provokes both playful and profound visions for how we can connect, reflect, and nurture the health of our communities. Chang is best known for the Before I Die project, which began when she stenciled the words “Before I die I want to _________” on a chalkboard wall on an abandoned house in New Orleans after losing someone she loved. The participatory project has since grown into a global phenomenon and today there are over 2,000 Before I Die walls in over 70 countries, including Iraq, China, Brazil, Kazakhstan, and South Africa.
Discover a Decidedly Different Festival Experience!
Plan to visit Titusville on Florida’s Space Coast October 11-16, 2016 to celebrate art in the digital domain with work that entertains and educates but will, above all, take your breath away!
What to expect? International films, experimental visuals and hands-on interactive experiences for all ages. 2016 will bring you indoor and outdoor exhibits, day and night fun, artists in residence, a big Friday Night Party that stretches from Sand Point Park to Downtown, a new event-experience app and much more! Get Your ART ON! #ArtON16 #loveFL
Staged among the stark white walls of Alys Beach, Digital Graffiti gives artists a large-scale blank canvas to explore the intersection of art and architecture, while creating entirely new art forms. Once darkness falls, the iconic white walls glow with dozens of dazzling original art projections.
One Spark is the World’s Largest Crowdfunding Festival. The festival is free for the public to attend and showcases crowdfunding projects ranging from Arts & Culture to Technology & Engineering. Come find and fund the Projects you love the most while enjoying a festival atmosphere.
Go inside and beyond Dali’s 1935 painting Archeological Reminiscence of Millet’s “Angelus” and explore the world of the surrealist master like never before. Adventure into the towers, peer from them to distant lands, and discover surprises around every corner—in a way we can only imagine Dali may have dreamed. Dreams of Dali is a fully immersive 3-D environment available to visitors (free with admission) in the Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination exhibit now through June 12, 2016.
On Thursday, December 3, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm, La Mar will host an evening fusing art, music and technology. Guests will have the opportunity to meet HENSE and discuss his works, followed by an exclusive performance by Pauchi Sasaki of Peru. During Sasaki’s performance, she wears a dress of speakers which allows her to mix live violin performance with electronic music through sensors on her hands. A special menu inspired by the art and performance will be presented by La Mar Executive Chef Diego Oka.
Part of the new Satellite exhibition
For the past 30 years, Elaine Buckholtz has been working with aspects of moving light, combining the mediums of moving light, sound, video, and sculpture. Buckholtz’s exhibition, Middlesticks and Spinning Night in Living Color, on view at The Deauville focuses on light sculpture, video installation, and manipulated video stills. The works produced for this fair are made up of two different, yet related, ways of working.
SATELLITE is pleased to announce Transfer Galleries installation of DiMoDA – ‘The Digital Museum of Digital Art’ in conjunction with The Wrong New Media Biennale.
DiMoDA is a preeminent virtual institution and a virtual reality exhibition platform dedicated to the distribution and promotion of New Media Art. For it’s debut, DiMoDA will be presenting works by Jacolby Satterwhite (NY), Claudia Hart (NY/CHICAGO), Tim Berresheim (DE) and a project by Aquanet 2001 (Salvador Loza and Gibran Morgado) from Mexico City.
The atrium of the museum is architected and modeled in 3D by Alfredo Salazar-Caro. Viewers wear an Oculus Rift to enter DiMoDA, immediately approaching a number of ‘portals’ which can be used to access the ‘wings’ of the museum. Exhibiting artists have complete control to shape the virtual environment in which their works are installed inside the museum.
As a virtual institution, DiMoDA is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting Digital artworks from living New Media artists, while expanding the conscious experience of viewing Digital art in a Virtual space. The DiMoDA building is intended as a home for contemporary digital art and incubator for new ideas, as well as an architectural contribution to the Internet’s virtual landscape.
Conceived in 2013 by Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William James Richard Robertson, DiMoDA launches in November of 2015 with its first exhibition as a pavilion in The Wrong Biennale and a physical exhibition at TRANSFER in New York from November 14 through December 19th, 2015.
Art & Algorithms October 2015 brings you arts in the digital domain, creative innovative thinking and thinkers on the streets of Downtown Titusville. Plan to visit Florida’s Space Coast October 5-11, 2015. International curatorium, international films curator, experimental visuals and hands-on interactive. 2014 brought you amazing 3-D digital mapping and dancers interaction with the huge scale building projection, celebrity artists and the outdoor Digital Lounge party space, a new event-experience app and much more. Keep watching.