Electronics Alive 8

Electronics Alive VIII

at the Scarfone / Hartley Gallery
January 27-March 6, 2015

The University of Tampa presents a biennial invitational exhibition of computer animations, digital video, interactive digital work, and virtual spaces from around the world. Some significant computer artists will offer lectures and presentations. All exhibitions and lectures are free of charge and open to everyone.

Lune et le Loup Lune et le Loup
Lune et le Loup • Tomas Leroux, Patrick Delage, Olivier Pinol • France

SPEAKERS AND INSTALLATIONS

Thursday, Jan 29, 6pm
Gallery Talk, special animation presentation & Reception to follow
• 6pm Danny Olda, Gallery Talk, art critic USA, Toward a New Fountain: How Digital Art Could Rebuild the Art World by Destroying it. Today, digital art is revolutionizing the idea of what art is and can be in much the same way Marcel Duchamp and his readymade Fountain had done nearly 100 years ago. A major shift in the way art is conceived and consumed has begun. Olda will be speaking about contemporary examples of such artists and their work as well as the possibilities in future developments.
Lune et le Loup, a special animation from France

Tuesday Feb 3, 2pm
• Gallery Talk: David Andrade, What it's Like Running an Animation Studio, USA

Thursday Feb 5, 1pm
• Gallery Talk: Evan Meaney, Glitches, video USC SC, USA
Walking Drawings
Walking drawings across the estuaries • Everton Wright • UK
Feb 15-19
Everton Wright, Walking Drawings, UK, film showing times TBA

Mon, Feb 16, 1pm
• Gallery talk with film projection

Tues Feb 17, 1pm
• Workshop with Sculpture Prof. Kendra Frorup

Tue, Feb 24, 3pm
• Gallery Talk: Mikhail Mansion interactive sculpture, Displaced Seismic Rays, new media artist, musician, engineer and educator. Providence, RI, USA

SPECIAL EVENT
Thursday, Feb 12, 7pm
at Hillsborough Community College Performing • Arts Building, Mainstage Theatre, Palm Ave and 15th Street. The University of Tampa Electronics Alive VIII Animation Festival is curated by Santiago Echeverry exclusively for Hillsborough Community College.
Joseph Farbrook
Joseph Farbrook
Paul Stout
Paul Stout
Melissa Cruz
Melissa Cruz
Juan Cortes
Juan Cortés

ARTISTS EXHIBITING multimedia projects

Paul Stout, Apparition, Installation, USA
Joseph Farbrook, Lineographs, Digital Installation, USA
Dan Rouyer, Makelangelo, Art Robot, Canada
Carmen Gil Vrolijk, Manual de Persuasión Ilustrado, Installation, Colombia
Ximena Díaz, Después del Tiempo, Sculpted CDs, Colombia
Juan Cortés, Tierra, Magnetic Sculpture, Colombia
Ricardo Arias, Res Facta, Audio Installation, Colombia
Jesse Vance, Analog Video installation USA
Melissa Cruz, Narcissus, Video Installation, Netherlands/Colombia
• Allen Hampton, Melting Girl, Installation, USA
• Digital Art USA: David Durbak,     Santiago Echeverry,     Lew Harris,     Joanne Steinhardt,     Mark Stock,     Doug Sutherland,     Bruce Wands.
Wistful Affection Elephants Dream
Wistful Affection • Elephants Dream

SHORT & EXPERIMENTAL FILMS on continuous view

Lune et le Loup, Tomas Leroux, Patrick Delage, Olivier Pinol, Directors, France - ONE night only!
Wistful Affection, Mani Mehrvarz, director, Poland/Iran
Sintel, producer, Ton Roosendaal, Netherlands; Director, Colin Levy, USA; David Revoy, Concept art, France; Martin Lodewijk, concept story, Netherlands; Jan Morgenstern, composer, Germany
Cam, Sol Erez, director, Israel/USA
Abstract video. Yoichiro Kawaguchi, artist, Japan
Tears of Steel, Ton Roosendaal, Producer;
 Ian Hubert, Director & Writer; Joris Kerbosch, Director of Photography;
 Joram Letwory, Composer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Elephants Dream, a co-production of Montevideo and Blender Foundation, Producer: Ton Roosendaal, Project management/finances: Angela Plohman, Producers: Gaby Weijers and Annet Dekker, Netherlands
Spacebound, Kyle Moy, Animator, Ellen Su, 3-D Art Director, NY School of Visual Arts, NY, USA
Wrapped, Roman Kaelin, Falko Paeper, Florian Wittmann, Directors Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Little Freak, Edwin Schaap, Director, HKU< University of Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands
Entracte, Valentin Dely, Damien Garrigue, Laury Guintrand, Valentine Hemery, Clélia Magurno, Directors, Ecole Supérieure Des Métiers Artistiques de Montpellier, France
Sabella, Ryan Horvath, USA
Oscillatoria, The Ocean in Northern Spain. Bruno Vianna, Brazil
Céu da Palavra, Poetry in the Sky With Kites, Bruno Vianna, Brazil
Planeta Anão, An Evening Tour On the Hill, Bruno Vianna, Brazil
Set of video works, Mark Stock, USA
Orishas, Santiago Echeverry, USA
Myosis, Emmanuel Asquier-Brassart, Ricky Cometa, Guillaume Doussen, Adrien Gromelle, Thibaud Petitpas, Gobelins, L'école de L'image
Coyote Dinner & Fit, Dana Corrigan USA
Shavasana, USF students, USA

Programs are made possible with the support of
the Arts Council of Hillsborough County,
the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners
and the University of Tampa Friends of the Gallery.

• The Gallery is located at 310 N Blvd in R K Bailey Art Studios, University of Tampa campus
• Hours are: 10-4 Tues-Fri and 1-4 Sat. Closed National Holidays.
• There is no charge for admission to the gallery

The purpose of the University of Tampa, Scarfone/Hartley Gallery is to exhibit works of art and have visiting artists as an extension of the classroom providing students on campus and the community an opportunity to meet artists and to view and study significant original works of art created by contemporary national, international and regional artists. Events, lectures and performances that are intrinsic to the arts are included in the programs.

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