Not Spring Not Winter
Curated by Igal Nassima and Nahanaeli Schelling

319 Scholes, March 2010

Artists included: Alejandro Miguel Justino Crawford, Andrea Wolf, Angela Chen, Ari Joseph, Ariel Nevarez, Arturo Vidich, Chika, Dimitris Makris, Elie Zananiri, Igal Nassima, Karla Calderon, Leo Kang, Marko Manriquez, Matt Ganucheau, Melanie Clemmons, Michael Cohen, Michelle Mayer, Miriam Simun, Nahanaeli Schelling, Poram Lee, Sara Bremen, Sarah Dahnke, Sindy Butz, Sonia Yuditskaya, Sooyun Yun, Susan Ngo, Ted Hayes, Winslow Porter, Yin Ho

As an extension of SITE Fest 2010, 319 Scholes is pleased to present Not Spring Not Winter, an exhibit of emerging artists from the Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP). The exhibit will run from March 6 to 14 with live performances on the 6th.

Not Spring Not Winter, born out of the need for a curated show of ITP student work, will include but is not limited to New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) performances, interactive installations, and physical computing projects.

SITE Fest is a two-day, multi-location interdisciplinary event, highlighting the diversity of performance in Bushwick. Encompassing theater, dance, music, and other forms of performance/live art, SITE seeks to expand the interaction between spectators and spectacle as both artists and visitors move through spaces, events, media, and styles.

ITP is a community of technologists, theorists, engineers, designers and artists uniquely dedicated to pushing the boundaries of interactivity through experimentation. Not Spring Not Winter will portray a selection of student body work highlighting the convergence of new media technologies through audio video installations, performances, and other interactive works. Of particular interest will be the eploration of the relationship between technology and human behavior as well as reflections on the new boundaries of interactivity.

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