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 recipient, artist Camille Utterback. Camille Utterback is a pioneering artist and programmer in the field of interactive installation. Collider 2 will feature two of Ms. Utterback’s works that demonstrate the breadth of her career as an interactive installation artist.
Read about the exhibition here.
- Stern, Nathaniel. Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance. Arts Future Book: Gylphi Limited, Great Britain.
- Harmanci, Reyhan. “In Apps, a New Palette for Digital Art.” New York Times, August 20, 2010
- Herbst, Claudia. Sexing Code: Subversion, Theory and Representation. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK.
- Leffingwell, Edward. “Four Americans at Chelsea Marlborough” Art in America, October 2004, pg. 156 — 157
- Video Interview with Smithsonian Magazine
- Watch This! at The Smithsonian American Art Museum
- Patent Pending at the ZERO1 Garage
- Camille to participate in The 2013 California-Pacific Triennial
- Tracing Time/Marking Movement at the Frist Center for Visual Arts
- Poetics of Construction at Haines Gallery
- On the Edge 2012 features Text Rain in Norwegian Lighthouse
- Seeing/Knowing at the Graham Gund Gallery
- “Camille Utterback and the Technology of Interactive Art” on The Huffington Post
- New York Times Article Features Camille Utterback
- Contemporary Art Center of Virginia Exhibition
- Text Rain on NPR’s Morning Edition
- Review of Act/React exhibition on Rhizome.org
- Animated Gestures show wins IBM Innovation Merit Award
- Untitled 5 wins Transmediale Festival Award
- Interview on artificial.dk