LISA2013 Announced: A Nexus of Moving Painting

Moving PaintingsPublished September 11, 2013 at 11:20 am No Comments

The LISA2013 conference will be held Nov. 1 at the 500-seat Tishman Auditorium at the New School hosted by the School of Media Studies. Confirmed speakers include Christiane Paul, Claire Bardainne, Hilary Mason, Jamie Zigelbaum, John F. Simon Jr., Kaiser Fung, Luke Dubois, Scott Draves, Shane Hope, Sophia Brueckner, Vivian Rosenthal, Yucef Merhi, and Zoë Keating. Here is the kickstarter announcement.

Last year moving painters Erik Sanner, Anne Spalter, and Kurt Ralske presented at the Leaders in Software and Art annual conference at the Guggenheim in New York City in October, 2012.
 
 

“There is a risk that artists creating ‘moving paintings’ will not fully express themselves if they insist on viewing themselves as ‘painters’ first and artists second.” – Erik Sanner
 
 

“Moving painting functions more like a painting than a movie, but it’s not still.” – Anne Spalter
 
 

“I am interested in the idea of video that is non-narrative. I am interested in video that is an object.” – Kurt Ralske

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