Concrete to Data closed this past Saturday 3/21/15 in the physical museum space but the online virtual space is just getting started.
Check out the great collaborative project generated by some of C to D artists and beyond. As an artist and curator, I love the idea of creating collaborative events and projects that can transcend between physical space and virtual space. The logo remix project had a presence on the C to D site from the opening of the show and continues as an ongoing project. The inaugural contributors have a wide variety of skills, techniques and interests. They range from establish artists with direct roots in street art and graffiti to those freshly inspired by the mediums and movements as digital platforms for experimentation.
Works submitted by:
Monique Spier, Martha Cooper, Vinny Osmers, Joan L Harrison, Ryan Seslow, Adam Void, Luna Park, John Fekner, EKG, Caroline Caldwell, Michael Branson Smith, General Howe, Jessica Fenlon, SLOW, Meredith Starr, Freddy & Lukas Delgiorno.
The Concrete to Data loge was created by Ryan Seslow & John Fekner.
How did this come about? An open call to submit and participate in a Concrete to Data collaborative project was launched in December of 2012. Prior to the launch of the physical exhibition in the Steinberg Museum of Art participating artists were invited to generate remixes and riffs of the original concrete to data logo. The purpose of the project is to build a new visual repository of stylistic variety by using the text from the show’s title. The submitted works will form and build a collaborative online gallery on the exhibition website and beyond. The public is invited to participate. That’s right, we want you to submit. This is a call for submissions, do you want to riff, remix or re-interpret the Concrete to Data logo? Your submission can be static or animated. It can be manually generated or digital. This process and execution is open to your interpretation.
Send your piece via e-mail – email@example.com and we will add it to the gallery.
In the near future it is also our intention to show the remix gallery publicly offline in a variety of ways.