• Judith Barry, Imagination, dead imagine, 1991

Public Program Catalyst Conversations | Immersed: Video. Art. Technology

March 5, 2018, 7:00PM - 8:00PM

MIT List Visual Arts Center, 20 Ames St., Building E15, Cambridge, MA 02139

New media, multi-faceted artist Judith Barry and Cyberarts founder George Fifield  will look at how the arc of new media changed the visual landscape from the 1960s forward. Their conversation will mirror the exhibit Before Projection: Video Sculpture 1974 – 1995  which is presented as part of a citywide partnership of arts and educational institutions organized to recognize the outsized role greater Boston has played in the history and development of technology.

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston initiated this partnership to link concurrent exhibitions and programs related to the themes of the ICA exhibition Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today. Visit  aiai.icaboston.org for more information on the partnership and all of the area exhibitions and programs being offered.

To learn more and to attend this event RSVP here.

For more information, contact:

Emily Garner
eagarner@mit.edu

  • Judith Barry, Imagination, dead imagine, 1991. Five-channel video installation (color, sound; 15:00 minutes) with mirror, wood, and rear projection screens.
    Courtesy the artist and Mary Boone Gallery, New York. Photo by Adam Reich. © Judith Barry

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