Blur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal
October 20–December 17, 2005
Curators: Mark Alice Durant, Professor, Visual Arts Department, UMBC and Jane Marsching, Assistant Professor, Massachusetts College of Art
Organized by the Center for Art and Visual Culture
Blur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal is a major traveling exhibition featuring 29 contemporary artists whose work employs modern communication technologies (photography, film, video, computers, radio, internet, and digital media) to explore culturally inbred questions / superstitions concerning parallel worlds to our own.
Artists: Anne Walsh & Chris Kubick, Mark Amerika, Zoe Beloff, Diane Bertolo, Jeremy Blake, Corrine May Botz, Susan Collins, Gregory Crewdson, Paul DeMarinis, Spencer Finch, Ken Goldberg, Susan Hiller, Marko Maetamm, Miya Masaoka, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Mariko Mori, Out-of-Sync, Paul Pfeiffer, Fred Ressler, John Roach, Ted Serios, Leslie Sharpe, Chrysanne Stathacos, Thomson & Craighead, Suzanne Treister
Supported by the Trellis Fund; Maryland State Arts Council; Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences; UMBC Faculty Research DRIF Grant.
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