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New Work @ Plains Art Museum

From January 9 – April 6, you can see some of my work at the Plains Art Museum in an exhibition featuring the work of emerging artists in Fargo-Moorhead. My entry for the exhibition, titled Ambient Cinema, offers a new way

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New Work @ Plains Art Museum

From January 9 – April 6, you can see some of my work at the Plains Art Museum in an exhibition featuring the work of emerging artists in Fargo-Moorhead. My entry for the exhibition, titled Ambient Cinema, offers a new way

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Data Privacy Forum & Social Media Best Practices

I was pleased to join an open forum panel yesterday and today with folks from the NDSU Information Technology Division, where we discussed several aspects of data privacy. The forum was recorded, so I’ll provide a link as soon as

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Data Privacy Forum & Social Media Best Practices

I was pleased to join an open forum panel yesterday and today with folks from the NDSU Information Technology Division, where we discussed several aspects of data privacy. The forum was recorded, so I’ll provide a link as soon as

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Homeostasis Lab::::newMediaArtWorks

Homeostasis Lab, part of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale, contains some great works, and I’m pleased to have a piece in this digital space. The piece I’m particularly fond of in the collection, however, is Webcam Venus [NSFW] by Addie Wagenknecht

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Homeostasis Lab::::newMediaArtWorks

Homeostasis Lab, part of The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale, contains some great works, and I’m pleased to have a piece in this digital space. The piece I’m particularly fond of in the collection, however, is Webcam Venus [NSFW] by Addie Wagenknecht

Steven Hammer Cosgrove Seminar

Cosgrove Seminar Next Week @ NDSU Memorial Union

Next Wednesday, November 6 @ 1:00pm, I’ll be presenting some of my work as part of the Cosgrove Seminar Series. See below or click here for more information, and I hope some of you can attend.   Join us for

Steven Hammer Cosgrove Seminar

Cosgrove Seminar Next Week @ NDSU Memorial Union

Next Wednesday, November 6 @ 1:00pm, I’ll be presenting some of my work as part of the Cosgrove Seminar Series. See below or click here for more information, and I hope some of you can attend.   Join us for

metabody

new videos: Metabody on TVE2 and my talk in Madrid

This summer, I participated in the Metabody project in Madrid, presenting my own research, collaborating with some outstanding international artists and thinkers, and learning so much from so many. Earlier today, the Spanish television station TVE2 featured the Metabody project

metabody

new videos: Metabody on TVE2 and my talk in Madrid

This summer, I participated in the Metabody project in Madrid, presenting my own research, collaborating with some outstanding international artists and thinkers, and learning so much from so many. Earlier today, the Spanish television station TVE2 featured the Metabody project

el circuito

metabody iconography:: alien phenomenologies && object-oriented art (00∆)

Here is a talk I gave on 30 Aug, 2013 at Medialab Prado in Madrid, Spain as part of the Metabody Project/Conference.

el circuito

metabody iconography:: alien phenomenologies && object-oriented art (00∆)

Here is a talk I gave on 30 Aug, 2013 at Medialab Prado in Madrid, Spain as part of the Metabody Project/Conference.

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Object-Oriented Art: Strandbeests && Posthuman Reproductive Models

Theo Jansen, a Dutch artist, created “new life,” and talks in this article about how these nonhumans have reproduced via published plans/schematics, or “genetic code.” Despite his tendency to frame the Strandbeest (in both name and description) in language that

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Object-Oriented Art: Strandbeests && Posthuman Reproductive Models

Theo Jansen, a Dutch artist, created “new life,” and talks in this article about how these nonhumans have reproduced via published plans/schematics, or “genetic code.” Despite his tendency to frame the Strandbeest (in both name and description) in language that