Michel Moyse: Art & Technology
Art has traditionally engaged the senses. The development of technologies that are, to a greater or lesser degree, divorced from sense have implications both in terms of process and result. What are some of these implications? How has the advent of computers changed the aesthetic landscape?
Michel Moyse is a video artist and teacher living in Brattleboro, Vermont. After working as a freelance Sound Editor in feature films in New York City, Michel moved to Vermont and founded the Center for Digital Art, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational resources and promoting filmmaking and video art. Moyse’s past credits includes The Runner, a nine-channel video art piece and official selection at the Eighth Biennial of Moving Images at the Center for Contemporary Image, Geneva, Switzerland in 1999; Cowards, an hour-long experimental three-channel video art work that won ‘Best Experimental’ in the New England Film and Video Festival in 2002; and The Round Schoolhouse, a video art installation created for BMAC in 2002. For more information on Michel Moyse and his art, visit www.michelmoyseart.com.
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