ThoughtWorks Arts’ Simulacra & Similitude: Synthetic Media Residency began in the summer of 2020. Due to Covid-19 it was entirely remote with Nouf working from her studio in Brooklyn, New York and James from his studio in Seattle, Washington.
Ellen will join a group of distinguished scholars, artists, creative technologists, and journalists - all of whom are exploring new forms of storytelling through emerging technologies and sciences.
Art-A-Hack’s Special Edition COVID-19 2020 “Dancedemic” had its world premiere as part of The 39th Annual Battery Dance Festival.
“The Grid: Exposure - Art + Tech + Policy Days” explores innovative ways to reconnect the world in our current state of isolation. We are inviting you to the first-ever edition of “Blurring Borders” from September 10-13, 2020.
Mobilizing artists, technologists, and policymakers from around the world, Exposure reimagines interdisciplinary and international collaboration to overcome deadlock and siloed thinking.
New residents Nouf Aljowaysir and James Coupe selected for the residency in early spring, have begun their Synthetic Media Residencies set to span the summer 2020 season.
Due to COVID-19, James and Nouf will both work remotely on projects from their respective studios in Seattle and Brooklyn.
Dear Friends: We hope you and yours are staying safe and healthy as we all face and adjust to the new realities of life.
Many of us in arts communities are dealing with canceled and postponed events, exhibitions, conferences - work that constitutes much of our livelihoods. We have compiled a selection of resources for artists below, which we hope you may find useful.
The residency team of Max Razdow, Ollie Razdow, and Jamie Zigelbaum completed their 16-week residency in San Francisco on January 23rd.
The three artists, who collectively work across an array of media, developed the distributed storytelling project All Possible Pathways based on remote collaboration using blockchain technology.