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    • 2005 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Osburn, Ed (2009-03-13)
      Wandering Eye is an interactive, multi-channel video installation that generates live images and sounds from video input gathered by an array of lenses in motion: motorized surveillance and chip cameras that are deployed ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Knep, Brian (2009-05-07)
      Healing Pool is a large, interactive floor piece. It takes the physical space and meditative atmosphere of a reflecting pool, such as in the outdoor mall in Washington, D.C., and brings it to life. The pool is covered ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Hilton, Hope (2009-05-07)
      My installation begins outside of the space, where the viewer will be directed into the room by a wooden ramp going in one doorway and stairs into the other. Upon entrance the viewer becomes the participant: there is a ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Tolchinsky, Debra and Dave (2009-06-11)
      On the web and in a retail store featuring a networked big screen LCD, an array displays 31 one-minute video clips of persons who have answered an ad asking, "Why do you believe you are a survivor?" The man who is ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Dobson, Kelly (2009-05-04)
      In Companion Projects I am specifically contesting the domestic robots marketed to people of all ages by creating robots with complicated psychological states similar to those that people might have, such as anxiety, ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Even, Tirtza (2009-05-04)
      Once A Wall, or Ripple Remains is the last fold in an on-going documentary project spanning more than seven years to date as well as a wide range of media (from single channel video, CD-ROM, website, to written text, ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Kurtz, Steve (2009-05-07)
      Marching Plague is a three part project that includes a book on the absurd history of germ warfare; an installation that chronicles how hoax germ threats started germ warfare programs in the US, UK, and Japan along with ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Sarff, Michael and Tim Whidden (2009-05-28)
      Choose Your Own Conversation (CYOC) Two touch screens hang side by side in a wall-mounted case. On the screens the artist collaborative MTAA (M.River & T.Whid) talk about culture, politics, New York City, art, technology, ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Ralske, Kurt (2009-05-28)
      "Darkness (Not Darkness)" is a 40 minute non-narrative video work. The video is derived from images of Kuwait in the aftermath of the first Gulf War in 1991. There is a steady slow flow of painterly abstraction. Occasionally ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Gilliam, Leah (2009-05-07)
      Inspired by artists who re-imagine themselves as extra-terrestrials, robots or machines, "The Attachment Theories" is a collection of interactive works that investigate the ways that race/gender/sexual orientation ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Dyson, Torkwase (2009-05-04)
      Its About Small Things is a video and live performance installation. It's composed of three consecutive shorts. As the audience experiences pre-recorded video on screens A and B the third component of improvisation is ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Cornyn, Alison (2009-05-04)
      Food For Thoughts? revolves around the idea that indeed, we are each part of the food chain, and that even the simple task of choosing what to put in one's grocery cart has the ability to impact major social and political ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Flamini, Andrea (2009-05-05)
      Melodrama no. 13 (The Possibility of Failure) is a Web-based narrative that explores the way we portray memories and interpret dramatic events. It is an investigation of how computer-mediated narrative forms can manipulate ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Freeman, John Craig (2009-05-07)
      "Imaging Place: the U. S./Mexico Border" is a place-based, virtual reality project designed for museum exhibition. It is a user navigated, interactive computer program that combines panoramic photography, video, and ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Raaf, Sabrina (2009-05-28)
      The "Wind Window One" project will be a monumentally scaled, interactive public artwork. The project was recently selected and contracted for construction as a permanent installation by the lead art consultant for the ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Sester, Marie (2009-05-28)
      ACCESS is a public space installation that applies web and surveillance technologies, allowing web users to track individuals in public spaces. Individuals are tracked without wearing any gear or marker by a spotlight ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Arnold, Robert F. (2009-03-27)
      The goal of this project is to apply the 17th century technique of image anamorphosis to the display of time-based video imagery and sound in an interactive installation. Anamorphosis takes a variety of forms including ...