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Ancient Stories with Modern Technology
October 28 – December 31, 2010
Digital Art @Google announces the opening of Ancient Stories with Modern Technology, opening October 28 at Google NYC. The exhibition includes National Geographic explorer and photographer Chris Rainier, media artist and author Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) and media artist and speech recognition researcher for Google, Andrew Senior. The artists will be present for the public opening and talks at dates to be announced.
Digital Art @Google: We Write This To You From The Distant Future
August 20 – October 22, 2010
Google and The Project Room for New Media at Chelsea Art Museum (CAM) in New York launched an exhibition program, Digital Art @Google NYC, in June to engage Googlers with the art world and promote creativity with digital technology. The exhibitions and artist talks, which take place at Google, Inc, are open to guests at August 20 – October 22, 2010.
Digital Art @Google: Data Poetics
June 11 – August 13, 2010
Google and The Project Room for New Media at Chelsea Art Museum (CAM) in New York are launching an exhibition program, “Digital Art @Google NYC”, which will engage Googlers with the art world and promote creativity with digital technology. The exhibitions and artist talks, which will take place at Google, Inc, will be open to guests at times indicated on the Chelsea Art Museum’s website.
On the 50th Anniversary of the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Guggenheim and Google announced the two winners of the Design It: Shelter Competition. This interactive, online competition asked participants to utilize Google SketchUp and Google Earth to create and submit designs for virtual 3-D shelters for a location of their choice […]
Beginning September 7, 2009, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Google invite the public to vote for its favorite design among the top ten People’s Prize finalists for the Design It: Shelter Competition. The competition—an interactive, online challenge—received submissions from 68 countries, for a total of nearly 600 entries that met the competition requirements. Participants […]