Join us for an afternoon of immersive Fulldome videos created by artists from around the world.
Roadrunner Shuttle will be making hourly round trips between El Museo Cultural and IAIA beginning at 2:00.
This year’s Currents International Media Festival in the IAIA Digital Dome will have two parts, one student screening (2.30-2.50 pm; 4.15-4.40 pm) and one selected artists main screening (3-4 pm; 5-6 pm).
In Currents 2015 @ the IAIA Dome we have the unique possibility and pleasure to screen works from Electronic Arts and Experimental Video pioneers Steina and Woody Vasulka.
The Digital Dome at the Institute of American Indian Arts is a unique space to learn new applications for creative expression, scientific and technical exploration, and the merging of art and technology. It is also unique in the world as the only articulating dome which can move 90 degrees and be positioned in multiple locations for different viewing experiences. IAIA has joined the international fulldome consortium to link our programming and knowledge formation with others across the country and the world experimenting in ways in this immersive environment.
There will be 2 screenings of the 1 1/2hr Program @ 2:30 & 4:30pm:
Student Screening @ 2:30 & 4:15pm
Works from IAIA, UNM ArtsLab and Ringling College of Art and Design.
Ringling College of Art and Design: Andrew Halley, Peggy Blount, Corey Allen, Nick Lennon
University of New Mexico / ArtsLab: Mia Casesa, Rubin Olgin, Adam Davis
IAIA College of Contemporary Native Arts: Deepak Maharjan, Erica Moore, Dwayne Joe, Delfino Castillo, Felicia Nez
Selected Artists Main Screening @ 3 & 5pm
Audri Phillips / “Relentless Beauty”
Chris Henschke / “Edge of the Observable”
Claudia Cumbie-Jones and Lance Ford Jones, / “Gulfstream”
Eric Freeman / “Cycles”
Fernanda D’Agostino / “The New Math”
Kortney Luby / “I Know What I Am”
Michael Wyshock / “Deluge”
Tony Abeyta / “Aqueous/Acquiesce”
Yusuf Emre Kucur / “Bio-inspire”
Steina / “Qaquortoq”
Woody Vasulka / “From Lucifer’s Commission“