Camille’s latest permanent public artwork – Active Ecosystem (SMF) opens to the public on October 6, along with the new airport terminal. Commissioned by the Sacramento International Airport, this piece marks the first collaborative artwork between Camille Utterback and Michelle … Continue reading
Camille’s work Untitled 5, will be exhibited in the inaugural exhibition, Seeing/Knowing, at the new Graham Gund Gallery at Kenyon College in Ohio. The exhibit runs from October 29, 2011 to March 5, 2012. Seeing/Knowing features 15 internationally renowned award-winning … Continue reading
Camille’s piece, Shifting Time – San Jose, in the Norman Y. Mineta International Airport was featured in the latest issue of Public Art Review. View a PDF of article, “Beta Test: Innovation in administration at San Jose, Camifornia’s Norman Y. … Continue reading
View videos of Seven on Seven here. View in-progress photos here. View video interviews here. Press for Seven on Seven: The Economist ARTINFO The Art Newspaper Camille is excited to be participating in this years Seven on Seven. Organized by Rhizome … Continue reading
Camille was honored to participate in the 2011 Academic Symposium at Lehigh University. The biennual Academic Symposium brings new ideas to campus while celebrating the work of the campus community, especially the work of the students. Lehigh invites presenters having a … Continue reading
Camille’s new public art work, Shifting Time – San Jose, is featured in The Silicon Valley Wire’s most recent Newsletter. Continue reading
While Camille was in Chicago for her SAIC Visiting Artist’s lecture, she was interviewed by Bad at Sports broadcaster, Duncan MacKenzie. Continue reading
Camille Utterback and her work was written about by Edward Lee, in HuffPost’s arts section after he heard her talk at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Continue reading
Camille is honored to be part of this years SAIC Visiting Artists Program. Her lecture will take place on Monday, October 25, 6:00 p.m. in the SAIC Columbus Auditorium, 280 S. Columbus Drive. Find out more about her lecture and … Continue reading
Camille is featured in the article: For Digital Artists, Apps Provide New Palette, published Friday August 20, 2010 in the Bay Area Section of the New York Times and also in The Bay Citizen. The article discusses contemporary artists, including … Continue reading
Camille will be speaking with painter Hanneline Røgeberg at the deYoung Museum, July 8th, 7:30 – 9:30 pm, as part of the San Francisco Zen Center’s lecture series “The Expert’s Mind.” This interdisciplinary series celebrates the 40th anniversary of Shunryu … Continue reading
The Collider Exhibition Series examines the impact, implications and inspiration of the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term New Media within the design practice and the fine arts. Collider 2: Camille Utterback, will feature the 2009 Macarthur ‘Genius’ grant … Continue reading
Camille and her interactive installation work are featured in a video and article on Wired Magazine’s Gadget Lab. Continue reading
Utterback is a featured speaker at UC Berkeley’s ongoing Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium. Watch video of Camille Utterback’s complete talk (82 minutes, quicktime video) here. Continue reading
A new piece in Camille Utterback’s interactive Liquid Time series will be the first featured work in the Tendorama Window Gallery Project, a series of rotating bi-monthly installations in Gray Area Foundation for the Arts prominent 15’ x 8’ front … Continue reading
An exhibition of three works that span Camille Utterback’s ten-year career making interactive installations. The show will run concurrently alongside exhibitions of mixed media work by artists Sandra Luckett, davmo and the Young Guns. Continue reading
Camille was awarded a 2009 MacArthur Foundation Fellowship. Read more about Camille and this year’s fellows on the MacArthur Foundation website.
Watch the profile video produced by the MacArthur Foundation featuring Camille and her work. Continue reading
Curator Steve Deitz announced and posted images of the installation of Aurora Organ on his Northern Lights blog. Aurora Organ is Utterback’s permanent interactive light sculpture, commissioned for the City of St. Louis Park, MN, by Forecast Public Art and … Continue reading
Text Rain is featured on NPR’s Morning Edition in Elizabeth Blair’s five-minute spot on the 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville, KY. Text Rain is permanently installed in the 21c hotel lobby. View the feature which includes a link to listen … Continue reading
Read Nathaniel Stern’s excellent review of the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Act/React show.
Watch video of Camille Utterback’s artist talk at the UC Berkeley Big Bang Conference here. Brilliant Noise: How Data Becomes Experience for Artists and for Scientists: Camille Utterback Berkeley Big Bang 08 was three days of new media and art … Continue reading
Camille Utterback’s Abundance installation featured in Hugh Hart’s article, The Art of Surveillance.
Photo documentation and reviews of Camille Utterback’s first large-scale public installation, Abundance, commissioned for the City of San Jose by ZER01, the Art and Technology Network. Link to photostreams and announcement on ZER01 blog. http://01sj.org
Camille Utterback’s solo show, Animated Gestures, at Boston’s Art Interactive gallery was awarded an IBM Innovation Merit Award at the 2007 Boston Cyberarts Festival. Works in the show included Alluvial, Untitled 5, and Untitled 6.
Michael Krasny of KQED’s Forum interviewed curator Marcia Tanner, and participating artists Camille Utterback and Sabrina Raaf on August 9, 2005 about the “Brides of Frankenstein” exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art. Listen to the interview here. www.sjmusart.org
Untitled 5 wins a transmediale.05 award at the transmediale International Media Art Festival, Berlin.
Emil Bach Sorensen interviews Camille Utterback at the Transmediale International Media Art Festival for www.artificial.dk.