10/26 – ATNE Salon: Motion In Fine Art

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An Art Technology New England salon at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery features Dan Hermes, artist and writer, presenting from his forthcoming book called Moving Paintings. Video and time-based art will illustrate topics, theory, and history of motion in fine art. The floor will then open to general discussion: How does time play into visual art? How do we discuss, evaluate, and enjoy visual artwork which changes over time? How does motion work in your own art, in art you see, and in art you own or curate? What is the background behind time-based art? What are its defining principles? What are the current markets for such art?

Attendees will explore these topics of motion in fine art:

– examples of effective use

– technologies and techniques

– history and aesthetic principles

– art markets and distribution

When: Wednesday, September 26th, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery
141 Green St.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Free event.   Space is limited. Please RSVP to Dan Hermes

Contact Dan with any questions or additional information about the event.

About Art Technology New England
ATNE is a member-run organization whose purpose is to foster existing and new collaborations in the New England art and technology communities, including  non-profit, academic & corporate entities, as well as individuals.

About Boston Cyberarts Gallery
Boston Cyberarts, Inc. is a non-profit arts organization created to foster, develop and present a wide spectrum of media arts including electronic and digital experimental arts programming. The newly-opened gallery’s mission is to support and encourage experimentation in the arts through exhibitions, events, educational programs and to foster the development of new practices in contemporary art making.

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