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ISEA2012 Events & Exhibitions opening this weekend

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ISEA2012 Events & Exhibitions opening this weekend

Post  Admin on Fri Sep 14, 2012 6:52 am

Below is information on this year’s ISEA 2012 (International Symposium on Electronic Art) conference and exhibition. ISEA explo4res art and technology and there are many opportunities to view some amazing art! Bernalillo County is a proud sponsor of the internationally acclaimed conference and exhibit. Please share with those that may have an interest.

Bernadette Miera
Cultural Services Manager
Economic Development & Cultural Services
(505) 468-1279


The ISEA2012 collaboration programs start now and run through December. Scroll down to the end of this e-blast for information about registration for the ISEA2012 conference. Advance registration available through Friday, September 14th!

This week: ISEA2012 collaboration programs

Free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

This installation by David Cudney visually explores several ISEA2012 sub-themes, using "low-tech" machines to create a frenetic yet meditative environment. On view September 7 – 29

LOCATION: Factory on 5th Art Space
1715 5th St. NW, Albuquerque, 505-977-9643,
Open 7 days/week, hours vary 10am-late night, call for exact hours

Dan McCulley & Thomas J. Greenbaum: Sphere of Influence
presented by the Harwood Art Center/Escuela del Sol Montessori

Recent technology advancements include virtual globes (such as Google Earth), digital dome projection systems and spatial (projected) augmented reality. There are more than 250 digital dome planetariums in the U.S. alone. In Sphere of Influence, an outside-in projection system interacts with a light-weight, multi-faceted geodesic dome for table-top viewing. A small, powerful projector is suspended above the geodesic spherical polyhedron to enable a gesture interactive, high-resolution, dynamic display display of visually rich images. On view September 7 – 27

Closing Reception & Music: Friday, September 21, 6-7:30pm
LOCATION: Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW, Albuquerque, 505-242-6367,
Open Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm, Fri & Sat, 9am-4pm

The Cultural Urban Mapping Project
presented by the Harwood Art Center/Escuela del Sol Montessori

Waheguru Khalsa, the Harwood Art Center's ISEA2012 Artist-in-Residence, works with children and community members to create a multi-media installation titled The Cultural Mapping Project. The piece reflects oral histories collected via a series of workshops. On view September 7 – 27

Closing Reception & Music: Friday, September 21, 6-7:30pm
This closing reception features Harwood's Burque Bop

LOCATION: Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW, Albuquerque, 505-242-6367,
Open Mon-Thurs, 9am-5pm, Fri & Sat, 9am-4pm

Exhibition: on view now through September 24
Cars in the New Mexico Landscape
presented by the National Hispanic Cultural Center

The National Hispanic Cultural Center's newest partner, Casa Aurora Centro Cultural in Chihuahua, Mexico, brings a photographic essay titled Cars in the New Mexico Landscape by Carlotta Boettcher, a Cuban-born photographer. Boettcher says, "To view these former objects of glamour and desire, at one time treasured and pampered by their owners, and whose curving, strong, smooth sensual bodies I had lovingly restored, sanded, painted, rubbed and polished for hours, days and weeks on end, existing as discarded broken toys trashing the fragile New Mexico desert landscape, foretold the end of my career with cars."

LOCATION: National Hispanic Cultural Center, Domenici Education Building
1701 4th St. SW, Albuquerque, 505-246-2261,
Open Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm & Sat, 9am-1pm

Exhibition: on view Friday, September 7 – December 21
Power Tower, works by Nicola Lpez
presented by Tamarind Institute

Nicola Lpez returns to New Mexico to produce a new installation that includes a series of lithographs which serve as blueprints for power towers. These "blueprints" are then assembled to create an immersive environment that brings a contemporary light to the story of Babel.

Reception: Saturday, September 22, 4:30-7:30pm
LOCATION: Tamarind Institute
2500 Central Ave. SE, Albuquerque, 505-277-3901,
Open Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm

Murals: on view now via Rail Runner launched for ISEA2012
Wells Park Mural Project
presented by the Wells Park Neighborhood Association

The Wells Park Rail Runner Mural Project is a neighborhood initiative intended to beautify and improve the rail corridor between Mountain Road and I-40 near Downtown, to support local artists and encourage youth participation in the arts. The project includes finished murals by lead artists assisted by youth apprentices exploring the sub-themes of ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness. Local commuters and visitors from around the world will be able to see these murals only via Rail Runner trains as they pass through Downtown Albuquerque. Read more

Outdoor Installation: on view now through October 15
Land Quilt

In conjunction with ISEA2012, artists Tony Anella and Cara McCulloch have created Land Quilt, a temporary environmental artwork intended to restore barren landscapes and currently installed on a part of the barren fairways of the University of New Mexico North Golf course in Albuquerque.

LOCATION: UNM North Golf Course, map

Exhibition: on view now through September 28
Bill Gilbert: Physiocartographies
presented by the Mesa Public Library, Los Alamos County

The Physiocartographies series combines the abstraction of cartographic maps with the physical act of walking the surface of the planet to create portraits of place. This exhibition presents works completed in the Land Arts of the American West program at UNM including digital prints from the series For John Wesley Powell: Attempts to Walk the Grid and the Celestial/Terrestrial Navigations series, as well as video projects entitled Walk to Work/Drive and Coal Town.

LOCATION: Mesa Public Library Art Gallery
2400 Central Ave., Los Alamos, 505-662-8247,
Open Mon - Thurs, 10am-5pm & Sun, 12-5pm

On the radio - Important ISEA2012 Conference info

Online registration is available until 11:59pm, Friday, September 14

After the 14th, ISEA2012 conference registration will only be available on site at the following locations and times:
• Albuquerque Museum: September 19 – 21, 8am-5pm
• National Hispanic Cultural Center: September 22, 8am-5pm
• 516 ARTS: September 23, 8am-5pm & September 24, 8am-3pm
INFO: ISEA2012 Brochure or

Applicationand Flyer
Intel Education Day scholarships
For New Mexico 6th – 12th grade teachers & students

Don't miss this great educational opportunity! Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. ISEA2012 includes an in-depth youth education program focused on teaching STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) through Art.

INFO: ISEA2012 Education Day

About ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness

Click here for ISEA2012 Fall Guide

CONFERENCE: September 19 – 24
at multiple locations in Albuquerque

EXHIBITION: September 20 – January 6
based at 516 ARTS and The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History
+ Alvarado Urban Farm, Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, Rainosek Gallery at UNM School of Architecture & Planning, Richard Levy Gallery

SANTA FE DAY: September 25

TAOS DAY: September 27

FALL PROGRAMS: September – December
public programs around the region


: Machine Wilderness

ISEA2012 is produced by 516 ARTS, an independent, nonprofit arts and education organization, in partnership with The University of New Mexico and The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. Major support comes from McCune Charitable Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Intel Corporation, The FUNd at Albuquerque Community Foundation, The City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, Mondriaan Fund, New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs & the National Endowment for the Arts, New Mexico Tourism Department, the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.
IMAGES: David Cudney, String Theory (detail) • Thomas J. Greenbaum, Reflected Ray Path • Waheguru Khalsa,They Heal No More (detail) • Carlotta Boettcher, 40s Turquoise Classic - Canones Creek (detail) • Nicola Lpez, Infrastructure +2 (detail) • David Leigh, Mirrored Robots (detail) • Tony Anella & Cara McCulloch, Land Quilt photo by Robert Reck • Bill Gilbert, Lepus: Celestial/Terrestrial Navigation Series




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