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    • 2005 Rockefeller New Media Fellowship Nominee 

      Eshkar, Shelley (2009-03-13)
      Toddler is an interactive installation in which the viewer can position all elements of the display, which include 16 small LCD screens placed on a tabletop as well as a single DV camera that defines the work's field of ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Ralske, Kurt (2009-03-31)
      "The Inevitable" is a project in two parts: Part A: A video file database is created containing hundreds of films, from various genres, nations, and time periods. Custom software, written by the artist, compares each ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Knep, Brian (2009-03-30)
      In Spring of 2006 Harvard University commissioned a work of art as the culmination of my year-long residency. Choosing Memorial Hall as a venue and using the Civil War as a metaphor for unfinished healing, I created Deep ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Zuniga, Ricardo Miranda (2009-03-31)
      I wish to receive support for the construction of a newsstand. Rather than selling newspapers, magazines and snacks, this newsstand will allow users to interact with the dissemination of information.
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Condon, Brody (2009-03-30)
      The Youth of the Apocalypse is a series of non-interactive moving image installations combining the visual style of Northern European 15th century religious painting with the computer-animated landscapes and characters ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Salavon, Jason (2009-03-31)
      A simulated, yet completely photorealistic domestic living room is presented as a multi-projection, multi-monitor video installation. Borrowing from the tropes of home furnishing-retailer catalogues (IKEA, Design Within ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Scher, Julia (2009-03-31)
      "Change of State" is designed to bring satellite technology to an art audience. The idea is to challenge the viewer to investigate and play with the materials and 'communication design of normally invisible high tech ...