Connecting Opportunities and Artists

Bringing Tech Artists to Art Silicon Valley/Art San Francisco (2104)

LISA’s partnership with the owners of Art Silicon Valley/Art San Francisco, who also own and run Art Miami, Context, Art Southampton, Art Wynwood, Aqua and the Downtown Fair, is bringing a tantalizing selection of emerging and established tech artists to the latest endeavor in this successful collection of premiere art fair events.  Artists featured include Jamie Zigelbaum, Sophie Kahn, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Shane Hope, Lynn Hershman-Leeson, Blake Carrington, Ursula Endlicher, Scott Draves, Teddy Lo, Jeff Snyder, carabello-farman, Claudia Hart, Marius Watz, Phillip Stearns, Gabriella Levine, Mark J. Stock, and many more.


Grantwriting, Symposium, Salons and Exhibitions at the Coral Springs Museum of Art (2104)

LISA’s partnership with the Coral Springs Museum of Art in Coral Springs, Florida began with co-writing a successful grant and consists of producing and curating a daylong tech art symposium and a yearlong series of tech art exhibits, salons and workshops in conjunction with the museum.  Artists featured include Marius Watz, Claudia Hart, Sophie Kahn, Mark Shepard, Scott Draves, Erik Sanner, Phil Stearns, Gabriella Levine, Nathan Selikoff and Karoline Sobecka.   Funded by the Knight Foundation.

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Curating a show on Climate Art at the IMC Lab and Gallery (2013)

LISA’s partnership with the gallery at IMC Lab consisted of curating a show of work by tech artists who used data to make comments relevant to perspectives on climate change.  Artists featured include Ursula Endlicher, Ben Fry, Aaron Koblin, Nathalie Miebach, Camille Seaman and Karoline Sobecka.  Funded by the Rauschenberg Foundation’s Marfa Dialogues.

IMC Lab show postcard

Bringing Software Art Videos to the Big Screen Plaza at the Eventi Hotel (2011-2012)

LISA’s partnership with the Big Screen Plaza enchanted hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers with software-derived moving images from dozens of inspiring tech artists like Eva Lee (pictured, “Winter’s Veil”), Larry Cuba, Ursula Endlicher, Phil Stearns, Makoto Yabuki, Brett Battey, The Electric Sheep, Anne Spalter, Matt Pearson, Mark Napier, Dennis Miller, Mark Stock,  Kenji Williams, and many more.

BigScreen Eva Lee