With guest speakers from Australia, Brazil, Denmark, and Canada, Digital Art and the Urban Environment is a path-breaking symposium that will consider new modes of seeing, representing, and connecting within the urban setting. Hear from artists, architects, computer scientists, designers, urban planners, social scientists, critical theorists, and others. More below. Register here.
Pace Digital Gallery, 163 William Street, New York, NY
Organized by Dr. Francis Marchese, through his work as a Pace Academy Faculty Scholar, the symposium will formally appraise the ways new media and digital artists engage urban ecology. Dr. Marchese is director of the Pace Digital Gallery and a professor of computer science at Pace’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. The works presented at the symposium will remain exhibited at the Pace Digital Gallery through October 25.