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To Have And To Hold curated by Kristin Trethewey on display now through August 28 at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, 596 Broadway, NY, NY.

Artists in the exhibition: Andrew Graham, Matthew Spiegelberg, Janos Stone

Photos courtesy of Hiroki Kobayashi

Toy Opera: Play With Fire Festival Performance from harvestworks on Vimeo.

Just found this on Harvestworks Vimeo, video from Play With Fire Festival 2009. Toy’s Opera performance with Adam Kendall, Yoni Niv and Elad Shniderman

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews, Volume 3: Katja Loher from INDEX Festival on Vimeo.

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews Volume 3: Katja Loher

Katja’s latest VideoPlanet, a floating video sculpture, will be on display at Landscapes-Worlds Real from August 8-28, 2011 as part of INDEX Festival 2011. This exhibition showcases artists who design spaces between the worlds of virtuality, reality and the imagination.
indexfestival.com/​events/​art-exhibition/​landscapes-art-exhibition/​

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews, Volume 2: Janos Stone

A big Thank You to our Kickstarter Supporters! Help us reach our goal: July 9 deadline!

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/index/index-festival/posts/92260

The Kickstarter Blog: Shortening the Maximum Project Length

kickstarter:

Over our first two years, the projects that have given themselves the most amount of time to reach their funding goal have actually made their goal less often than any other projects on Kickstarter. The overall success rate is 44%, but for 90 day projects (our max) it’s 24%.

We can’t say for…

(Source: kickstarter)

To Have And To Hold curated by Kristin Trethewey on display now through August 28 at Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, 596 Broadway, NY, NY.

Artists in the exhibition: Andrew Graham, Matthew Spiegelberg, Janos Stone

Photos courtesy of Hiroki Kobayashi

Toy Opera: Play With Fire Festival Performance from harvestworks on Vimeo.

Just found this on Harvestworks Vimeo, video from Play With Fire Festival 2009. Toy’s Opera performance with Adam Kendall, Yoni Niv and Elad Shniderman

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews, Volume 3: Katja Loher from INDEX Festival on Vimeo.

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews Volume 3: Katja Loher

Katja’s latest VideoPlanet, a floating video sculpture, will be on display at Landscapes-Worlds Real from August 8-28, 2011 as part of INDEX Festival 2011. This exhibition showcases artists who design spaces between the worlds of virtuality, reality and the imagination.
indexfestival.com/​events/​art-exhibition/​landscapes-art-exhibition/​

INDEX Festival Artist Interviews, Volume 2: Janos Stone

A big Thank You to our Kickstarter Supporters! Help us reach our goal: July 9 deadline!

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/index/index-festival/posts/92260

The Kickstarter Blog: Shortening the Maximum Project Length

kickstarter:

Over our first two years, the projects that have given themselves the most amount of time to reach their funding goal have actually made their goal less often than any other projects on Kickstarter. The overall success rate is 44%, but for 90 day projects (our max) it’s 24%.

We can’t say for…

(Source: kickstarter)

About:

Hello!
Welcome to the Index Festival tumblr site. This site will be used to showcase the research and development of the programming of the festival. As well, other inspiring or interesting items relevant to media and culture will be posted.

The Index Festival will transpire in August 2011 in New York City. Our aim is to bring together individuals and groups who cognitively engage media culture. We welcome the interdisciplinary, shared and accessible culture we are coming to live in as a result of digital technology. Our mission is to focus on projects that blur the vocabulary of science and art, dissect the media that describes our culture today, and to disseminate out from the [cultural] institution, and further into the multi textural international landscape.

The Index Festival website and blog will offer all the scheduling for this event as it becomes available. However, the project is expanding and the blog will also offer curatorial statements and micro-reviews of individuals we are working with and who we believe are actively engaging the current digital climate. This site will proudly promote these individuals and their work as we believe it necessary to help share and continue thinking and discussing the ways in which media and technology impact our lives.

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