LISA2013 Breaks Boundaries in Tech Art

On November 1, 2013 400 people gathered for the LISA Conference in Tishman Auditorium at The New School to hear from 35 artists and curators working at the intersection of art and technology.  The conference consisted of 17 Lightning Talks, 4 panels and an afterparty featuring visuals by Scott Draves […]

Stay tuned for coverage of LISA2013!

The Leaders in Software and Art conference held on Nov. 1, 2013 (LISA2013) drew over 400 people working at the nexus of art and technology to the Tishman Auditorium at The New School last Friday.  We’re now working on getting the individual videos edited and posted to our YouTube Channel […]

Linear Zoetropes

Josh Spodek takes Leaders in Software and Art on a tour of his solo show at the Crossing Art Gallery in Queens, NY. Speaking about his work, Josh says, “My pieces are internally lit boxes that, when you move past them, show a moving image. Typical moving images use one […]

LISA event at the NYPL

Update: Video is here:  http://archive.org/details/WhatMakesAGoodDataVisualization Thanks to Michael Lascarides at NYPL Labs, there will be a Leaders in Software and Art event done in partnership with the New York Public Library on Wednesday, April 4 from 5-8. What Makes Good Data Visualization? South Court Auditorium, New York Public Library at […]

Matthew Richard at the Big Screen Plaza

As part of LISA’s partnership with the Big Screen Plaza, we will be showing excerpts from one of Matthew Richard‘s works during the months of June and July on the Big Screen at the Eventi Hotel at 30th and 6th in Manhattan.  We are excited that Matt is working with […]

Les Bains Numeriques: what is it?

Les Bains Numeriques, meaning literally “Digital Baths”, is a top French digital art festival organized by centre des arts d’Enghien-les-Bains, a public art center based at a 30-minute drive from Paris.

February's Salon: LISA in 3D

“After we don the curious spectacles… we sail away into one strange scene after another, like disembodied spirits”. –Oliver Wendell Holmes, “The Stereoscope and the Stereograph” After completing his PhD in astrophysics, Josh Spodek found himself chatting with some friends who were hoping to start a new company. Short of ideas, […]

August's salon at the CAM Project Room

Ursula Endlicher aims to give the flat, screen-based experience of the internet a “physical expression.” She kicked things off with a video of her ‘Website Impersonations – The Ten Most Visited’ project. For Google.com, the #2 most visited website that day, Endlicher had dancers interpret the HTML source code of […]