Fourth edition: The Under the Subway Video Art Night 2014
Curated by Antonio Ortuño.
Saturday June 14th, 7:30pm at The Local NYC, 1302 44th Avenue. Long Island City, New York 11101
Videoartists: Isabel Pérez del Pulgar, Elvira Palazuelos & Emilio Lizcano, Albert Bayona, Rolando Peña, Ausín Sáinz, David Farran de Mora, Paloma Rodera, Diego Barrera, Paupac Azul, Rodolfo Graziano, Irene Cruz, Julia Martos, Mauricio Sanhueza, ClaRa ApaRicio Yoldi, Lisi Prada, Jeremy Newman, Sofia Olsson, Sávio Leite, Elisa Merino, Leyla Rodriguez & Cristian Straub, Jorge Catoni, Barbara Rosenthal, Yvana Samandova & Borjan Zarevski, Rubén González, Marcela Orellana, Daniel Poveda, Arnaud Brihay, Tyrone Brown-Osborne, Antonio Benítez, Isabel García-Munté & Clàudia Vives-Fierro, Peter T. Christenson, PS3 Pedro Sanchez III, David Anthony Sant, Santiago Delgado Escribano, Jose Ignacio Jose Callen, Lorenzo Sanjuán, Agni Zotis, Bernardo Tejeda Vázquez, Mario Gutiérrez Cru, Josefin Andersson, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler, Nino Maza & Celine Beslu, Alessandro Rolandi& Feng Hao, Simone Stoll, Omar López Hernández, Calypso Larah & Alexandros Papadopoulos , Pablo Lerma, Joaquin Delgado, Balam Soto, Celina Alvarado, Fiorella Angelini, Paula Abalos, Sofia Nercasseau.
This event is made possible by Local Project Art Space with the special collaboration of THE LOCAL NYC .
Local Project is a 501 (c) (3) non profit arts organization.
Video-installation by artist Balam Soto.
Saturday June 14th at 4-7:30m at Local Project Art Space 11-27 44th Rd Long Island City, New York 11101
The interactive video wall
The video-installations is a analysis of cultural use of gestural interfaces on everyday devices of communication (iphones). Patrons will be able to move the video projection with the motion of their hand over the sensor and changing the video on the projection using gestural forms.
The installation is base on infrared technology and custom software.
Balam Soto merges existing and custom, digital technology with artistic concepts and aesthetics to create exploratory works, including interactive art installations, digital murals, art video and performance. By merging art and technology, Balam provides a seamless interaction between humans and technology, creating artworks that react to the presence or behaviors of individuals. Balam works independently on the artistic and technical sides of his artworks.