Recent Exhibit

"Ebb & Flow", is an exhibit resulting from Dan Baker’s 9 month Co-Create residency at IMC, which pairs artists with technologists to create new interactive media & socially conscious art.

  

Baker has collaborated with, James Tunick, to build a kinetic, data-driven installation environment: a network of floating sculptures, motors & pulleys, immersive visualizations & sonifications generated by the orbit of the moon & ebb & flow of the tide, also driven by the sounds & movements of people in the gallery space. Data, from weather buoys around the globe stream in real-time to a system of physical computing electronics to raise & lower “floating” sea trash collected from various lakes, streams, rivers, & oceans.

Recent Exhibit

"Climate Art: New Ways of Seeing Data", data visualisation show on climate change with Robert Rauschenberg Foundation & MD/NY.

  

Our show, "Climate Art" (10/12-11/27/13) is part of a city-wide event series, Marfa Dialogues/New York, which examins climate change science, environmental activism & artistic practice, including 20+ Program Partners like NRDC, artists & coders such as Maya Lin, Ben Fry & Aaron Koblin, as well as many other exhibits & interdisciplinary events at the intersection of arts & climate change.

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With generous support from the Robert Rauschenberg FoundationMD/NY.

 

Research + Education

Co-Create Artist Residency, Collaborative Research & Interdisciplinary Educational ProgramsOur multimedia R&D & educational programs include an artist + coder residency (Co-Create), collaborative projects & events on media art & design. The IMC Lab + Gallery welcomes its newest residents Omer + Tal (OMTA), Maria Michails, & Lana Z Porter & Channing Ritter.