ARTS Lab hosted “Act Out 5,” an exhibit of physical computing-based art works by students studying under Asst. Professor Claudia Valdes (Electronic Arts). Some images from a small but impressive exhibition.
ARTS Lab, in partnership with the Institute of American Indian Arts, will conduct another intensive six-week internship on the art, technology and practice of producing fulldome content from photographic and CG techniques. Four UNM students from the Interdisciplinary Film & Digital Media program will join the IAIA students to create short advocacy films to be [...]
On a cold and windy night in early May, students screened their mapping projects on the Consortium for Environmental Research, Informatics & Art (CERIA) building. Here’s a quick cut of works projected on the building and on the scaled model built to support production.
High school students sent this lovely thank you note after their recent visit. Best: They shared some of their photography.
A quick cut of students’ midterm projects. These were the first original works (models/stages and media content/interactivity) done over a couple weeks in March. http://youtu.be/pIbeSZaYvRU
Australian artist Lynette Wallworth presents her fulldome film ‘Coral Rekindling Venus’ at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science’s Planetarium on January 25-26. The screenings are part of the Sundance Film Festival with Ms. Wallworth’s film the first fulldome work selected for the festival. ARTS Lab is supporting the program with David Beining [...]
ARTS Lab immersive media director David Beining exhibits a model of the ARTS Lab project “DomePoems,” a National Endowment for the Arts-funded program combining the photography of Miguel Gandert (UNM Distinguished Professor of Journalism and IFDM director) with the poetry of Levi Romero (New Mexico Centennial Poet and UNM Chicano/a Studies scholar). Project PI Tim [...]
IFDM 491, “Creating [for] Novel Displays,” offers a lucky group of UNM students hands on experience with video mapping. In this exercise, students work with sophisticated softwares to map the surfaces of a stack of foam cubes, and then project imagery onto this interestingly non-flat surface. Led by David Beining, Director of Immersive Media for [...]
The Christian Pincock Quartet and Tin/Bag presented a concert of contemporary jazz at the ARTS Lab black box space Saturday evening Nov. 10, 2012.
ARTS Lab senior artist Hue Walker attended Motion 2012 in Albuquerque Oct. 11-15, as a roving photographer. In that capacity, she created this pano-montage of Angelo Libutti of Digital Domain, speaking in the lovely downtown Albuquerque Kimo Theater. Angelo explained the “Spaghetti Principle,” if it sticks it’s ready, referring to the process of expansion and [...]