Closing January 17, 2015, NEAT: New Experiments in Art and Technology at the Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) featured Camille’s work alongside nine other Bay Area digital artists.
NEAT has had many great reviews and press, click through the links below to check them out:
In San Francisco, Closing the Gap Between Art and Tech
Hyperallergic, January 5, 2016
Where are we now? “New Experiments in Art and Technology” at The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco
SciArt in America, December 2015 Issue. (must purchase to read)
NEAT @ Contemporary Jewish Museum
Squarecylinder.com, December 15, 2015
The Convergence of Art and Technology at Contemporary Jewish Museum
The New Asterisk, December 10, 2015
Art and Tech Have a Really Cool Baby at San Francisco Museum
re/code, November 11, 2015
At Jewish Museum, tech is art and vise versa
San Francisco Chronicle, November 3, 2015
Not Just NEAT, ‘New Experiments in Art and Technology’ Delight
KQED, November 4, 2015
Technology-driven artworks amaze in CJM’s NEAT
San Francisco Examiner, October 22, 2015
NEAT: New Experiments in Art and Technology
Culture Vulture, October 16, 2015
The CJM has also produced a wonderful digital catalog with video interviews and documentation. You can find it at neat.thecjm.org.
NEAT looks at the rapidly evolving relationship between artists and technology almost 50 years since the seminal 1960s Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) set out to break down barriers between artists and scientists and expand the artist’s role in social developments related to new technologies.
Now, several decades later, NEAT shifts its gaze to the Bay Area, the contemporary hub for experimentation in digital art forms. The exhibition, curated by Chief Curator Renny Pritikin with consultation from artist Paolo Salvagione, includes several digital and robotic sculptures as well as works in light, sound, video, and more by three generations of practitioners working at the crossroad of contemporary art and tech including Jim Campbell, Paul De Marinis, Gabriel Dunne with Vishal K Dar, Mary Franck, Alan Rath, Paolo Salvagione, Micah Elizabeth Scott, Scott Snibbe, and Camille Utterback.