Last year I took my first step into the world of curating, and while it was a sort of rag tag experiment of a show it did highlight a number of issues I’ve explored in my own work. I’m organizing a second iteration of Research Remix this year, and so wanted to mention it here.
The program is organized by the Digital Media Center at Johns Hopkins University and is designed to foster collaborations between JHU researchers and local artists and designers. As with last year project, participating researchers will submit summaries of their work and artists will choose a project to remix or interpret into a work of their own. This year we have substantial funding through an Arts Innovation Grant from JHU and are hoping to create even more collaborative art/science projects. Artists, designers, and researchers can sign up at the project website. See the video below for excerpts from last year’s program.