Digital Art@Google: James Tunick talks about The IMC Lab, StudioIMC, Web5design

 

Background

As a hub for creatives and software developers, The IMC Lab + Gallery aims to connect art, tech research, and education in meaningful ways. Inspired in-part by institutions like Ars Electronica and Tisch ITP, our interdisciplinary studios, lab, and exhibition space, our multimedia shows and live performances, tools and online platforms, all serve to educate and engage the public while helping artists + coders realize new ideas. 

See examples of our art-related work below, or visit StudioIMC.com to learn more about our commercial projects, IMC Expositions and other research areas.

Past Shows at the IMC Lab + Gallery in New York City

"Harbingers & Psychopomps"
Multimedia Show About Birds

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"Build the Circle"

Multimedia Event for Haiti Circle of Friends

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"Light Years: The Art of Rudie Berkhout"

>Overview + Photo Album

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"Elastic Identity"

>Overview + Photo Album

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The 3rd IMC Exposition

 See other shows and talks below, or visit StudioIMC.com, to learn more about events IMC artists and engineers have contributed to since 2001.
   

 

Other Shows

"Digital Art @Google: We Write This To You From The Distant Future" at Google
City of the Future, multimedia installation by James Tunick, Carrie Elston Tunick, & Josh Schiller featured in show at Google
James Tunick & Jack Toolin, talk given at Google
Google, New York City


"3rd IMC Exposition" at StudioIMC
StudioIMC, West Village


"Beyond TV" at Paley Center for Media
Paley Center for Media, New York City
 
"2nd IMC Exposition" at Chelsea Art Museum
Chelsea Art Museum, New York City
 
"Stereovision" at USF Contemporary Art Museum
 
"Convergence" at Chelsea Art Museum
 

Park of the Future in LA Times

Park of the Future proposal for interactive art works in a park in LA finalist in compeitions with UCSD and featured in the LA Times.

http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/la-op-grandproposals25dec25,0,7318537.htmlstory

 

CINE in SOP III

CINE (Collaborative Immersive Networked Environment) finalist in SOP III Design Competition with Yale Law School & Harvard Berkman Center.

http://dotank.nyls.edu/SOP/Arch/CINE.html

 

Infinite City in Book by Jean-Marc Gauthier

Infinite City published in Jean-Marc Gauthier's book, "Virtual Sets and Pre-Visualization for Games, Movies and the Web" (2005).

 

Interactive 9/11 Sculpture in Rollingstone Magazine

9/11 Sculpture featured in full page photograph in Rolling Stone Magazine, November 22nd issue.

 

Other Shows, Talks, & Distinctions

IMC Solo Shows
    2009: 3rd IMC Exposition, StudioIMC Lab & Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    2006: Beyond TV, The Paley Center for Media (formely the Museum of TV & Radio), New York, NY, USA
    2005: 2nd IMC Exposition, The Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY, USA
    2004: Convergence, The Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY, USA
    2003: 1st IMC Exposition, Remote Lounge, New York, NY, USA
Group Shows
    2011: ABOUT FACE - No Longer Empty, New Museum Festival of Ideas for the New City, New York, NY, USA
    2010: Digital Art @ Google: We Write This to You From the Distant Future, Google Inc., New York, NY, USA
    2010: The World in 100 Years, Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria
    2009: Add-Art, Eyebeam, New York, NY, USA
    2009: Artists and Innovators for the Environment, Streaming Museum, 7 Continents
    2008: From Fluxus to Media Art, Maya Stendhal Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    2007: Stereovision, USF Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL, USA
    2002: 9/11 interactive memorial sculpture "WHY", in large format photograph in 9/11 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
Other
    2006: Park of the Future proposal for interactive art works in a park in LA finalist in compeitions with UCSD and featured in the LA Times.
    2005: CINE (Collaborative Immersive Networked Environment) finalist in SOP III Design Competition w/ Yale Law School & Harvard Berkman Center.
    2004: Infinite City published in Jean-Marc Gauthier's book, "Virtual Sets and Pre-Visualization for Games, Movies and the Web" (2005).
    2001: 9/11 Sculpture featured in full page photograph in Rolling Stone Magazine, November 22nd issue.