Sunday, March 18th all art
installations, panels, and films are free and open to the public - no
RSVP required. We hope you can stop by to check out works from artists
including Chris Milk, Casey Reas, Minha Yang,
Quayola, Mira Calix + Flat-e, SoSolimited, Zigelbaum + Coelho, and
SuperUber, as well as an installation from Mick Rock and Barney Clay
featuring classic David Bowie footage.
We'll also be doing a series of artist talks and workshops, including
a look at Biophilia, Bjork's "app album," with lead developer Scott
Snibbe and Max Weisel, and an artist talk with Zigelbaum + Coelho. You
can also catch more showings of films like "Internet
Rising" by by Andrew Kenneth Martin, Marina Eisen, Alex Eisen, a series
of new works from UK collective Factory Fifteen, "On My Way Back Home"
by Brantley Gutierrez and Band of Horses, and "Night Fishing" by Park
Chan-wook + PARKing CHANce.
We're also adding a public sneak preview of United Visual
Artists’ striking 40-foot by 40-foot audiovisual installation, Origin,
scored by electronic composer Scanner, on Friday night
from 5-10 and open to all.
Keep checking http://thecreatorsproject.com/sanfrancisco for updates, information about the artists, and a downloadable event
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Sunday, March 18th
FILMS + PANELS
by Peng Lei
Exploring Projection Mapping
with Mary Franck of Obscura Digital
ARTIST TALK + WORKSHOP
Exploring Björk’s Biophilia Mobile App with Scott Snibbe and Max Weisel
Audio Shader Toy
with Syed Reza Ali, Gabriel Dunne, and Ryan Alexander
by Andrew Kenneth Martin, Marina Eisen, Alex Eisen
by PARKing CHANce (PARK Chan-wook and PARK Chan-Kyong)
Selected Shorts from Factory Fifteen
Behind Karen O’s Stop The Virgens by Karen O + KK Barrett
On My Way Back Home
by Brantley Gutierrez and Band of Horses
with Zigelbaum + Coelho