[art+tech] Lecture by Francis Hunger
mt2187 at columbia.edu
Wed Feb 9 07:18:59 EST 2005
Francis Hunger presents his works. Thursday, February 10 from 5 pm - 7pm in
the LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Dodge Hall, School of Arts, Columbia University,
116th street corner Broadway.
Hunger's work spans a range of media including internet-art performances,
video, installation and digital media. His projects have included his
interests in the intersection of gender and computing technology. Recent
work presents the idea of the computer as male machine, a technology shaped
by the politics of Gender in its rapid transition from a machine to a
complex media. His presentation will include among other the works
"f0rwardpunk" (1999), "Krystalia" (2003) and his participation in the
Acoustic.Space.Lab in Irbene 2001.
Hunger is the Philip Morris artist-in-residence in the Visual Arts Division
of the School of the Arts.
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