DANMites Stacey Mason & Phil Ly

Screen Shot 2014-04-24 at 5.55.34 PMOn April 16, 2014, Graduating MFA Students and Interactive Digital Artists, Stacey Mason and Phil Ly came onto Artist on Art to talk about their work that will be shown in the 2014 Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition, undercurrents at the Digital Arts Research Center, UCSC, April 26-27 from noon-5pm and May 1-4, 2014. The Opening night Gala is May 1st from 5-8pm.

Both Stacey and Phil work with games. Stacey focuses on interactive literature in her piece and installation is Between the Cracks explores the boundary between hypertext fiction ebooks and video games. Phil’s video game and installation piece, Interrogation uses both virtual and reality to create the space in which a person can feel “the other” in an uncomfortable situation.

DANMites Danielle Williamson, Matthew Jamieson & Gene Felice II

Digital Artist and Videographer, Danielle Williamson spoke on Artist on Art about her work, Go As a River, that will be shown in the 2014 Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition, undercurrents at the Digital Arts Research Center, UCSC, April 26-27 and May 1-4, 2014.

Digital Artist and Cartographer, Matthew Jamieson spoke on Artist on Art about his work, Aquapuncture, that will be shown in the 2014 Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition, undercurrents at the Digital Arts Research Center, UCSC, April 26-27 and May 1-4, 2014.

Digital Artist, Activist and Educator, Gene Felice II, spoke on Artist on Art about his work, Oceanic Scales, that will be shown in the 2014 Digital Arts and New Media MFA exhibition, undercurrents at the Digital Arts Research Center, UCSC, April 26-27 and May 1-4, 2014.

Oceanic Scales (http://www.oceanicscales.com), a year long, interdisciplinary project that crosses the boundaries of art & science and the second is a one night, community art event titled “Bloom Santa Cruz” (http://www.lighthousebloom.com) taking place on April 19th at lighthouse point. I’d love to speak about both on your radio show if possible, as they both are inspired by the sea, ecology and art & science collaboration.

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