Morphologies Image, Digital Print

Over the weeks of February 16 and 23 the IEA hosted Phil Hastings as our artist in residence. Receiving his MFA in cinema from Southern Illinois University and currently teaching Film & Video Arts in the Department of Visual Arts and New Media at SUNY Fredonia, Phil’s work encompasses film making and animation, creating new [...]

As The Air Moves Back From You

The IEA was proud to support the performance-installation As The Air Moves Back From You, which took place in the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery of the School of Art and Design of the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Created by D. Chase Angier in collaboration with Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero of Luftwerk, [...]


The IEA is pleased to present Sine Qua Non, an improvisational performance between Brett Sroka and Jeremiah Cymerman, a clarinetist who will be accompanying Sroka for this performance. Developed by Sroka at the Institute for Electronic Arts and the Vilnius Academy of Art – Nida Art Colony in Lithuania, Sine Qua Non is an improvisational [...]


The IEA is pleased to share news of an exhibition by IEA artist Andrew Erdos at the Claire Oliver Gallery of New York, NY. Andrew’s exhibition, Invaluable, comments on mankind’s attempts to find a scientific underpinning in his search for explanations through faith, be it religious, philosophical, or mystical. Invaluable investigates these constructs and the [...]

"Making Love: Poetry in Motion" opening poster

The IEA was delighted to have Omer and Tal Golan as our visiting artists over the week of February 9th, 2014. The artist duo, currently residing in NYC, was founded in 2006 and specializes in the intersection of fine art and technology through highly visual presentations of interactive media. They are self-described autodidacts with no [...]

Photo by Tom Loonan, Buffalo, NY

The IEA is pleased to share news of an exhibition of work by IEA artist in residence Jim Morris, entitled Imaging Power and Flux. Hosted by the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Imaging Power and Flux features work Morris worked on during his residency in June, 2014, that uses mapping software to cull data [...]


Throughout the week of January 19th the IEA was pleased to have Andrew Erdos return as our artist in residence. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Andrew spent his week continuing prints from his “EPIC” series, a series of photos of the American Southwest during the winter printed on large-format watercolor paper. This series of prints, along [...]


The IEA was delighted to have Su Hyun Nam as our visiting artist over the week of December 8th. Receiving her MFA in Art and Technology Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Su’s work investigates the underlying disintegration of the seemingly coherent public world into tiny and heterogeneous fragments of experience. [...]


Inhye Lee, is having an exhibition of her work at the Galerie Charlot in Paris, France. Entitled Face to Faces, this exhibition featuresa selection of interactive works created between 2006 and 2014 as well as photographic prints. Among the work exhibited is entitled “Accordion Face”, which was developed during her residency at the Institute for [...]


The IEA welcomed Man Bartlett of New York, NY, for an artist residency for the week of November 17th. Man, a graduate of Emerson College in Boston, MA, is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes drawing, collage, video, performance and digital projects that use online platforms as outlets for playful yet subversive social critique. Much [...]

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