Black Box Gallery is pleased to announce that early computer drawings by the American artist Joan Truckenbrod are now available for purchase through the gallery.
Joan Truckenbrod : : Computer Drawing : : 12.8 x 12.8 cm (dimensions of actual inked image), on printer paper (31 x 62 cm).
Joan Truckenbrod created a series of computer drawings in the 70's and was one of the few female artists to create work using a computer at that time. Joan envisioned the artworks in her mind. The artist could not see the drawings until they were printed - the drawings were created through coding in Fortran on a computer. Joan has exhibited throughout the world and her artwork is included in many collections. To inquire about computer drawings by Joan Truckenbrod please contact Black Box Gallery by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
Black Box Gallery is happy to welcome three artists to the gallery for the coming four days
Uncommon Resonance: Speaker as a sound object
Ted Apel, James Nesﬁeld, Paula Matthusen
in cooperation with SMC 2012
9th Sound and Music Computing Conference
wed. - fri. 12 to 7 PM
sat. 1 to 7 PM
July 11- 14
Mogens Jacobsen whose exhibition ends in the gallery tomorrow has been interviewed on the website We Make Money not Art.
Mogens Jacobsen's, OECD Lab from 2011 currently installed and part of the Statistically Speaking exhibit at Black Box Gallery. Notice how the lamp is hanging. This is a way for the artist to say that statistics don't really illuminate our knowledge. Speaking of illumination, Black Box Gallery encourages art lovers of all ages to visit.
Peet Thomsen is just back from Berlin where is was at Transmediale 2012: in/compatable. Transmediale one of the major festivals for new media art. The photo is from a live stream of the hacker group Anonymous. On the left is the live stream on the right is live chat with members of Anonymous. Anonymous do what they do for "lulz". (Lulz is the distorted plural variant of the popular acronym "LOL".)
Now Peet is busy preparing for the exhibition "Statistically Speaking" with Mogens Jacobsen. Mogens Jacobsen’s work often raise questions about political issues with a humorous satirical approach. Does he do it for Lulz? Come to the opening of "Statistically Speaking" on Friday, February 10th to find out.
See you at Black Box Gallery.
Ole Kristensen will tell about his work with microprocessors and the different things including artworks that he creates with them.
Gallery Gløgg and "Gallery Made" æbleskiver will be served.
We hope to see you at Black Box tomorrow evening at 7pm.
The first opening, notConcrete, at the new location of the gallery seems to be such a long time ago. The focus now is on the December 1st opening of Multiple Market .
The artists being shown are: Ole Kristensen [DK], Mogens Jacobsen [DK], Signe Vad [DK] exonemo [JP], Pomodoro Bolzano [DE], Frieder Nake [DE], Manfred Mohr [DE], Benjamin Zuber [DE], Eduardo Kac [USA], Tristan Perich [USA], France Cadet [FR], Miguel Chevalier [FR], UBERMORGEN.COM [AT], and Heath Bunting [GB].
I look forward to seeing even more vistiors interested in new media art. See you at Black Box.
Friday is the last opportunity to see NotConcrete. Black Box Gallery is very happy for the many new visitors to the gallery.
We're looking forward to seeing you for the opening of Multiple Market on Thursday December 1 from 4 pm to 8 pm. The exhibited artists include Ole Kristensen [DK], Mogens Jacobsen [DK], Signe Vad [DK], DanmatsuMouse [JP], Pomodoro Bolzano [DE], Frieder Nake [DE] , Manfred Mohr [DE], Eduardo Kac [USA], Tristan Perich [USA], France Cadet [FR], Miguel Chevalier [FR], UBERMORGEN.COM [AT], and Heath Bunting [UK].
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