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The Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA) is currently accepting applications for one week, New York State artist residencies for ‪Visual Arts and Electronic Media and Film‬ projects. Applications for these opportunities are due by August 29th, 2014. For more information and to apply click here.

Work laid out on IEA table

Through the week of June 2nd the IEA welcomed Jim Morris as our artist in residence. Jim, a professor of art at SUNY Brockport, works in multiple layers of transparency with Mylar, ink, and printed designs to create layered compositions. He often infuses antique materials into his work, such as old graph paper and other [...]

Different formations of projection on rice

Over the week of May 26th the IEA welcomed D. Chase Angier, collaborating with Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero of Luftwerk. Angier is a Director, Choreographer, and Tenured Full Professor of Dance at Alfred University and also runs her own dance and performance organization, Angier Performance Works. Luftwerk is a collaboration between Bachmaier and Gallero [...]

A finished print, "Cumulus no. 3"

During the week of May 19th the IEA welcomed Lindsey Glover from Trumansburg, NY as an artist in residence. Lindsey, who graduated from Cornell University’s MFA program and currently works there as a technical director, is a photographer and digital media artist investigating issues of time and space in photo, video and installation work. Her [...]

Close-up of a wood block print

The IEA welcomed New York, NY artist Guang Zhu as our artist in residence. Guang’s work is heavily influenced by her research into the history of mathematics and the explorations on parametric equations. She works with formulas and code to create whimsical abstract simulations that attempt to communicate from her mystic imaginations. She is fascinated [...]

Jax and Kyle discussing their work with a pair of students of the NYSCC.

Jax DeLuca, Executive Director of Squeaky Wheel in Bullafo, NY, and Kyle Marler joined us for an artists residency the week of April 14th. Having just made work at Signal Culture of Owego, NY, through a residency there, Jax and Kyle came ready with a lot of material to work with and transform into a [...]

Laser Burned Film Stock

Brian Milbrand, of Buffalo, NY, joined us at the IEA for a one week residency the week of April 7th, 2014. Brian is an multidisciplinary artist whose work incorporates video, film, live performance, audio, and painting, often in combination with each other. He incorporates his interest and past study of science into his work, informing [...]

The Exit is behind us

The IEA welcomed Ari Tabei, who also goes by aricoco, as our artist in residence for the week of March 31st – April 4th. Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, and now living and working in Brooklyn, NY, Ari’s work harkens back to a ritual she had as a child of running away from home [...]

Katie in the field recording 3D video

Katie Torn, of New York, NY, was the IEA’s artist in residence the week of March 17th, 2014. Katie is a digital media artist and professor who creates experimental video works and digital prints that reflect observations on American consumerism, culture, and its impact on the environment and human body. She uses new technologies to [...]

Sign for Global Fold: 43º Latitude show

During December of 2013, the Institute for Electronic Arts participated in and contributed to the international exhibition Global Fold: 43º Latitude at the School of New Media of Jilin College of Art in Changchun, China. More info on the show details can be found by clicking on the title of the show above. A lot [...]

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