Kendall, Niv, and Shniderman, Toys' Opera (left) and Polashek's Higher Calling (right)
The Morlan Gallery hosts three interactive and generative art works in conjunction with Studio 300, Transylvania's first digital arts and music festival scheduled for Sept. 16-17. Unveiling the Painted Curtain, a reference to perhaps the very first interactive art (in the 5thC BC), features Toys' Opera by Yoni Niv, Elad Shniderman, and Adam Kendall; Higher Calling by Tim Polashek, and Forgetfulness by Ivica Ico Bukvic
Studio 300, a reference to Transylvania University's 300 North Broadway address, explores creative manifestations of technology through concerts and exhibitions of digital art and music. In its premier year, Studio 300 will feature concerts at the Mitchell Fine Arts Center, multimedia gallery exhibits in the Morlan Gallery, and audio and visual artworks at the BYTE Gallery, a digital arts kiosk located in the Mitchel Fine Arts Center. National, regional, and local musicians and artists will be participating in this two day arts festival with multiple events that are free and open to the public.
Ivica Bukvic, Forgetfulness, 2009, Wii Fit, poetry
In 2009 Ivica Bukvic was one of the guest speakers at the hugely successful Baltimore debut of TEDxMidAtlantic. Watch a video of Bukvic's presentation.
Read about the exhibition in the Louisville Courier-Journal.
This 40-page catalog documents Morlan Gallery's exhibition Unveiling the Painted Curtain: 21C Interactive Art, as well as Transylvania University's inaugural STUDIO 300: Digital Arts and Music Festival. Color pictures of the installations and performances included as well as biographies of all the artists, musicians, and performers in the exhibiton and festival. Artists in the exhibition include: Ivica Ico Bukvic, Tim Polashek, and Adam Kendall, Yoni Niv, and Elad Shniderman