October 30, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 12:11 pm
The UAVM Virtual Museum, from 15 October to 8 January, will present on the NON BIENNALE a special selection of the best works of the Museum’s International Collection.
The following artists and their respective works have been selected by the curator’s museum:
Aaron Nemec, “Sacred Scroll”, web art (from Cyberideologies)
Alan Bigelow, “Because you Asked”, web art (from Cyber Human Forms)
Alan Bigelow, “This is not a poem”, web art (from Cyberideologies)
André Sier, “No Memory Discs”, web art (from Cyber Human Forms)
Annie Abrahams, “Mutant”, video (from Cyberideologies)
Ben Dunkle, “8x8x1”, web art (from the Pixel Project)
Charles Veasey / Craig Tomkins, “Hmsg Spiral Map”, web art (from Cyberideologies)
David Clark, “88 Constellations”, web art (from Cyber Human Forms)
Jesus Aguilar, “No Entropy”, video (from the Pixel Project)
Jody Zellen, “Urban Fragments”, web art ((from Cyber Human Forms)
Matthias Fitz, “Electromagnetic Plot”, video (from the Pixel Project)
Mathieu Cherubini, “Afgan War”, web art (from Cyberideologies)
Michael Takeo Magruder, “Reflections”, web art (from Cyber Human Forms)
Rui Filipe Antunes, “Alive Life”, web art (from the Pixel Project)
May 10, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 4:11 pm
The Scottish Music Center held a field recordist workshop on Friday April 1 2011. I found out through this blog that they played the Hmsg Spiral piece as an example of a field recording application.
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 3:51 pm
This was put on their blog a while back, but I’m really honored. The London Sound Survey is a very cool project. They wrote:
“The Spiral Map looks and sounds very impressive as it progresses smoothly through its 30 different sound recordings and videos. Most of the videos have very little motion in them and much more action is heard than seen. It’s a great way to set a balance between the ravenous eye and the patient ear.”
April 16, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 6:25 pm
The Hmsg Spiral Map has been selected to be part of the Fonland 2011 Festival in Coimbra, Portugal. The piece will be a part of their CYBERIDEOLOGIES Web Art show which runs from May 14 – August 28.
April 6, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 6:33 pm
I’ve recently relocated to Santa Fe, NM. Me alegro de estar aquí.
March 15, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 6:09 pm
The Hmsg Spiral Map will be a part of Currents 2011, a Santa Fe international new media festival. The piece has been accepted under their new web art category. Currents 2011 will open June 10 and run through June 19. The annual Santa Fe International New Media Festival is a citywide event held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Currents 2011 will explore the role of technology and the diverse application of new media in the arts.
February 1, 2011
Filed under: News — charlesveasey @ 6:05 pm
A video version of the Hmsg Spiral Map has been selected to play in the Dynamic Formulations Film Fest. The festival takes place February 9, 2011 at The House Cafe in Dekalb, IL.
January 25, 2011
I’ve recently uploaded an excerpt of Simple Things, an experimental film by S. Korean artist Bo Kyung Suh and soundtrack by Charles Veasey. Click here to watch it.
January 5, 2011
I recently coded a JS / jQuery implementation of Noyes Chapman’s classic fifteen puzzle. I programmed it so that the user is pitted against the computer in that the computer shuffles the pieces in a certain amount of moves and the user must solve the puzzle in the same amount of moves or less. It has varying degrees of difficulty and can be quite challenging. The application can be played online or downloaded and is open source. Check it out here.