Friday, October 10, 2014

chris mcdaniel: Oct. 10 - Nov. 10

pos + (tu)=late; (still from generative drawing)

chris mcdaniel works with electronic time and print-based media.  His work pos + (tu)=late; is a dynamic drawing written in the open-source programming language processing.  We watch as the drawing generates itself in real-time.  chris received his MFA from Alfred University in 2009.  He lives and works in Stanardsville, VA.  More of chris's work can be viewed here.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Jason Robinson: Sept. 10 - Oct. 10

Love Letter To Whatever (video still)

Jason Robinson makes images and sounds that strive to capture, magnify, and distort the delicate spaces in between the moments we hold as memories.  Love Letter To Whatever is a series of five analog feedback loops, performed live using vintage mixers and video processors. Jason lives and works in Charlottesville, VA, and teaches in the art department at Mary Washington University.  More information about his work can be found here.

Friday, August 8, 2014

Dessert! courtesy of Stop & Go: August 8 - September 3

Flatten (animation still)

Stop & Go is an on-going animation project curated by artist Sarah Klein in cooperation with associate producer David Kwan.  Over the summer, The Niche is featuring four courses of food, craft, and horticulture based animations organized out of the most recent program, Stop & Go: Made From Scratch.  The dessert course includes animations from Kay van Vree and Hugo de KokCaleb Wood, Dave Green, and Kijek/Adamski Sarah is based in San Francisco and her animations and curated programs have been screened world-wide. 
More about her work can be found here.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Main Course of Stop & Go: July 7 - August 8

animation still from Teddy Goldblatt by Rob Munday

Stop & Go is an on-going animation project curated by artist Sarah Klein in cooperation with associate producer David Kwan.  Over the summer, The Niche is featuring four courses of food, craft, and horticulture based animations organized out of the most recent program, Stop & Go: Made From Scratch.  The main course includes animations from Rob Munday, Benjamin Ducroz, Katie Lenton, and Jacob Rivkin Sarah is based in San Francisco and her animations and curated programs have been screened world-wide. 
More about her work can be found here.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Second course of Stop & Go: June 2 - July 7

animation stills from Stop&Go

Stop & Go is an on-going animation project curated by artist Sarah Klein in cooperation with associate producer David Kwan.  Over the summer, The Niche is featuring four courses of food, craft, and horticulture based animations organized out of the most recent program, Stop & Go: Made From Scratch.  The second course includes animations from Jennifer Levonian, Elena Johnston and William Cashon,  Albert Roskam, Jillian McDonald, Peter Millard, Emily Alden Foster, and Andy Ellison Sarah is based in San Francisco and her animations and curated programs have been screened world-wide. 
More about her work can be found here.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

First Course of Stop & Go: May 1 to June 2


animation stills from the first course of Stop and Go

Stop & Go is an on-going animation project curated by artist Sarah Klein in cooperation with associate producer David Kwan.  Over the summer, The Niche is featuring four courses of food, craft, and horticulture based animations organized out of the most recent program, Stop & Go: Made From Scratch.  The first course includes animations from Johan RijpmaEric DyerElizabeth Hobbs, Andrew Kelleher, Sandra EberAlice Evans and Sarah herself.  Sarah is based in San Francisco and her animations and curated programs have been screened world-wide .  

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Gerald Habarth: March 24 - May 1

Voyager II (animation still)
Gerald Habarth is an artist and faculty member in the art department at the University of West Virginia in Morgantown.  He lived for a number of years in Chile and returns there periodically.  The images in Voyager II were recorded in Chile's Atacama Desert; the sounds are sampled from an original recording made by the Voyager II spacecraft as it entered Jupiter's magnetosphere on July 2, 1979. Gerald lives outside Philadelphia. More about his work can be found here.