Monthly Archives: April, 2005

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CYBERARTS EVENT INFO & SCHEDULE

By BIG RED Print this article The 2005 Boston CyberArts Festival features a long list of events and exhibitions throughout Boston. Below is a list, provided byBoston CyberArts Ideas in Motion: Innovations in Dance, Movement & Technology A new addition…

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A CONVERSATION WITH GEORGE FIFIELD

By MEG ROTZEL Print this article MR: The Boston CyberArts Festival is moving in the direction of being quite comprehensive. You have everything from an exhibition in MFA, to dance performances, exhibitions in newly developed buildings to individual artists showing…

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BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: PRC & BCA

By BIG RED Print this article April, 2005 Candid snaps from a Big RED night on-the-town at The Photographic Resource Center and the Boston Center for the Arts, for the openings of their CyberArts exhibitions. Images by James Manning.

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MASS CULTURE: SHOWS AND TELL

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article Randall Deihl: An American Realist R. Michelson Galleries 132 Main Street, Northampton, MA Through May 20 When the 19th century artist Gustave Courbet was asked why he did not paint angels like others in…

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INTERVIEWS: REGINATO, AINSLIE, DION

By CHARLES GIULIANO Print this article As the weather warms up, Charles Giuliano has made himself a busy man. In the past month he has put together several great interviews. Sculptor Peter Reginato talks about his latest show; Sophia Ainslie…

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KNOCK OFFS @ GREEN STREET

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article The first time I watched Pulp Fiction, the Quentin Tarantino film that changed how many people saw cinema, I was watching a knock-off. At the time, my close friend Jason Dean was living on…

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LAND/MARK @ PRC

By BENJAMIN TIVEN Print this article The Photographic Resource Center is currently presenting a show in conjunction with the Boston CyberArts Festival calledLand/Mark: Locative Media and Photography through May 5th. The show includes four photographers (one of whom is actually…

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DAVID ROKEBY @ WCMA

By DINA DEITSCH Print this article Man walks into a room… In the novel by the same title a blank room is the loose metaphor for a mind stripped of adult memory. The book ponders the stability and meaning of…

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A SOUND MEMORIAL

By JED SPEARE Print this article When Pope John Paul II died , there sounded in the city of Warsaw the air-raid, civil defense siren for over one minute. I lost count of how many iterations there were, perhaps fifteen.…