self portrait from kathleen kralowec on Vimeo.

March 16, 2010, Kathleen Kralowec came on to Artists on Art to talk about her upcoming installation in the DANM MFA Graduating Students’ Exhibition taking place at the end of April 2010.  We also spoke of her recent collaborative work, Stop the Presses, that she did along with the DANM Participatory Technologies group and UCSC Theater Arts.  To get the degree, a person has to do a museum quality installation in a exhibition, write an academic level thesis of new digital media philosophy and partake in a group project.   The “Stop the Presses” theatrical work was the Participatory Technologies Group Project.

Kathleen spoke about her three animated piece that will be screening during the DANM “Things that are Possible”.  The first piece is entitled “The Myth of Creation”.

Creation Myth from Kathleen Kralowec on Vimeo.

Please listen to our show in entirety by clicking on the triangle below.


The MFA Exhibition will be at the new DARC (Digital Arts Research Center) on the west side of the UCSC campus.

The Digital Arts and New Media MFA program at UC Santa Cruz presents an exhibition of 14 graduate students whose works deploy advanced technologies for creative potential and social impact.

Entitled Things That Are Possible, this year’s UCSC DANM MFA exhibition is the culmination of two years of research and artistic exploration, and will include new media works that explore performativity, interactivity and participation. These works interrogate the borderlands, edges, and contested territories of contemporary new media art practice.

Exhibition Dates: April 30-May 9, 10am-4pm
(Preview Day: Thursday April 29, during opening celebration for the Digital Arts Research Center)

Reception: Friday May 7, 5:30-7:30pm

Location: The NEW Digital Arts Research Center (DARC) located near the Music Recital Hall and Theater Arts on West Campus

Here’s a little twitvid we took right before our live broadcast.


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