ITP Alum exhibits at Grand Palais in Paris

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Starting on Dec. 18th, ITP Alumnus Daniel C. Howe (http://mrl.nyu.edu/~dhowe/) and Bill Seaman (http://www.billseaman.com/) exhibit the Architecture of Association in ‘Dans la Nuit, des Images’ at the Grand Palais in Paris.

A large-scale generative installation modelling human associative processes across diverse media, the Architecture of Association (AoA) algorithmically generates and combines fragments of video, text, and sound in real-time via a cluster of networked computers and databases. While a smaller version of the AoA premiered in August at the Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the installation at the Grand Palais will be the first full-size installation, spanning over 150 sq feet of high-definition monitors.

On the French Culture and Communication Ministry´s initiative, and during the European Season and the French European presidency, ‘Dans la Nuit, des Images’, guided by Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains,  will be a celebration dedicated to visual arts…

Date:  2008-12-18 – 2009-01-01
Place:   Grand Palais, Paris, France
Info:  http://www.lefresnoy.net/GP2008/

Monday, December 15th, 2008
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