Supported by Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Emerson College
Curated by Jo-Anne Green, Mixed Realities explored the convergence — through cyberspace — of real and synthetic places made possible by computers and networks. The Mixed Realities exhibition connected and overlayed the Huret & Spector Gallery (Boston), Turbulence.org, and Ars Virtua (Second Life). Mixed Realities enabled people distributed across multiple physical and virtual spaces to communicate with one another and share experiences in real time.
Works/Artists: CATERWAUL by Pierre Proske, with technical assistance from Artem Baguinski and Brigit Lichtenegger; IMAGING BEIJING by John (Craig) Freeman; NO MATTER by Scott Kildall and Victoria Scott; REMOTE by Neill Donaldson, Usman Haque, Ai Hasegawa, Georg Tremmel; THE VITRUVIAN WORLD by Michael Takeo Magruder, Drew Baker and David Steele.
MEDIA & ACHIEVEMENTS
McQuaid, Cate. Most illuminating (in Capturing the overlooked), Boston Globe, Boston, Massachusetts, August 20, 2008.