Friday, April 16, 2010
Here I am presenting live at from at . Much thanks to professors Damon L. Baker, Adrianne Wortzel, and Arthur Peters from .
Posted by markskwarek at 11:54 AM
Sunday, April 11, 2010
2 April - 27 June 2010
"" in common sense, leads to the idea of a 3D environment, which seeks to resemble the real world. These worlds actually imitates the real world laws such as gravity, topography, communication, etc., creating alternative worlds to reality designed primarily for entertainment (such as, for example, computer games).
In recent years, however, we witnessed a massive growth in internet and the birth of many virtual worlds are beginning to depart from the rudimentary purpose of entertainment, evolving into real social networks of some importance (as is the case of Second Life).
Regardless of the objectives that have these worlds, its creation involves an area of contemporary art that should be encouraged, and in-depth study: 3D art creation.
With Aaron Oldenburg, Caterina Davinio, Gregoire Zabe, Henry Gwiazda. Jinson Joseph, Joseph Hocking, Kevin Sarmiento, Laura Castanedo, Mark Skwarek, Mi You, Olivier Ruellet, Patrick Millard, Silvestre Pestana, Gruppo Sinestetico, Suguru Goto, Susanne Weigner e Tony Murray.
Posted by markskwarek at 8:07 PM
Monday, April 5, 2010
April 15-17, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010 // 2-2:45
Damon L. Baker, Adrianne Wortzel, Mark Skwarek, Michael Mandiberg: Tactics for Faculty/Student Arts and Technology Research in the 21st Century from StudioBlue [http://www.emerging-media.org/]
Posted by markskwarek at 6:18 PM