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ART by CODE (Reception with Artists)

CODAME

Sunday, July 14, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (PDT)

ART by CODE (Reception with Artists)

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Roll up Gallery and CODAME ART+TECH will present 11 artists in conjunction with our FASHION+MUSIC - Fundraising Event
“Art by Code” is a triumph of human ingenuity and a tribute to artists who dare to imagine, invent, and test the limits. 
When: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM
Where: The Public Works SF 161 Erie St, San Francisco, CA  (map)

RSPV: http://codame.eventbrite.com/
“Art by Code” is about computer code, art & language, digital art, and conceptual art and artists who are pioneering powerful ways in bridging art and technology.  Artists use code as their primary artistic tool. Their creations represent dynamic systems incorporating algorithmic rules, simulation of physical properties, and complex systems theory that are generated by a variety of unique and complex written codes.
We are proud to announce the following artist lineup:Reza Ali,Inigo Quilez, Matthew Cella, Ryan Alexander,  Jon Kuzmich, Josh Nimoy, Antonio Cortez, Tiffany Trenda, Wes Grubbs, Kim Rees, Nolan Love, Kristin Henry
The exhibition curated by:
Hanna Regev (http://thefutureimagined.com/) Bruno Fonzi, CODAME ART+TECH (http://codame.com/) Betty Bigas, Roll Up Gallery (http://publicsf.com/gallery)About CODAME ART+TECH Non-profit events bringing together artists, coders, game developers, creators, performers and musicians to experience the intersection of Art and Technology.Curatorial Statement by Hanna Regev  “Art by Code” gives us an insight into a changing cyber universe populated by artists who brave new frontiers with their computational skills, and go beyond the limits of commercial software to create their unique codes that center on ‘interactivity’ and ‘user’ experiences.  With “Art by Code” we aim to ignite the imagination of a new emerging generation and keep challenging the conventional ways of thinking about art and making art. The computer as the medium raises a host of intriguing questions and forces us to rethink what is art.  The bay area artists have been generating increasingly complex visual forms with tools that rely on open-source. They use programs such as Java [processes], C++, [OpenFrameworks, Cinder], GLSL, JavaScript and AS3. These forms previously could not been imagined.  The selection here represents a sampling of an explosive field and draws on the latest in computer technology from such fields like fractals, algorithmic processes, software art, generative art, data visualization, 3-D software, and much more.  “Art by Code” is a triumph of human ingenuity and a tribute to artists who dare to imagine, invent, and test the limits.

Join CODAME ART+TECH in honoring the Art by Code artists in the groundbreaking exhibition that celebrates the spirit of creativity, innovation, and human ingenuity in the best tradition of the Silicon Valley.

The mostly bay area computer artists have been busily generating increasingly complex visual forms with tools that rely on open-source and use programs such as Java [processes], C++, [OpenFrameworks, Cinder], GLSL, JavaScript and AS3. These forms previously could not been imagined. The selection here represents a very small sampling of an explosive field and draws on the latest in computer technology from such fields like fractals, algorithmic processes, software art, digital illustration, 3-D software, and much more.

We hope to see many of you come in support of CODAME and the artists they promote so we can continue on this evolutionary path. Art by Code is here to stay!

Artists: Antonio Cortez, Inigo Quilez, Kristin Henry, Jon Kuzmich, Josh Nimoy, Matthew Cella, Nolan Love, Reza Ali, Ryan AlexanderTiffany Trenda, Wes Grubbs & Kim Rees.

Reception in the Gallery followed by short presentations by artists who reveal secrets behind their creations.

Have questions about ART by CODE (Reception with Artists)? Contact CODAME

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Roll up Gallery at The Public Works SF
161 Erie St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Sunday, July 14, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (PDT)


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CODAME

ART+TECH projects and nonprofit events, to inspire through experience. 

50+ projects built in collaboration with tech+artists around the globe
60+ events since 2009
200+ tech+artists featured
20k+ top-industry community of engineers, designers and artists
 

/// MISSION

Embracing innovation through creativity, play, and collaboration between artists and technologists. We build immersive, engaging, out of the ordinary experiences by:

Playing together with artists, coders, designers, game developers, creators, performers and musicians.
Celebrating creativity by curating magic-inspiring experiences that combine art with technology.
Inspiring entrepreneurs, innovators, startups and companies by injecting creativity into organizations. 

/// NON PROFIT

As members of Intersection for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) org. we are accepting tax deductible donations. 

// SUPPORT ART+TECH

With the support of like-minded partners we plan to triple our numbers and bring the San Francisco innovative, independent, and creative spirit of CODAME around the world. Support us or just Get in touch

/// CORE TEAM

Commodore (in-Chief) @BrunoFonzi
Amiga (Guru Meditation Handler) @staRpauSe
Atari
 (Artist Canvas) @Mexist
Spectrum
 (Ultimate Disco) @Irene86g 
Cray1
 (TechArt Ninja) @KKoechley
Gravis Ultrasound
 (Media Munger) @AniMusicSF
JUNO-60
 (Markup Master) @Gridwalk 
Beta-23 (Ops Guru) @Al_Dominguez

… and more than 100 amazing artists and volunteers…

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