Intermedia Gallery

The Intermedia gallery project was a dedicated exhibition space that featured art, research, and teaching projects from 2006 through 2011.

Featured past exhibitions included:

  • ICONS · 10/26/06 – 12/31/06
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  • A History of New · 2/8/07 – 7/29/07
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  • Intersculpt 2007 · 10/4/07 – 12/31/07

  • Children of Arcadia · 1/25/08 – 3/30/08
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  • MusiVerse · 4/4/08 – 6/1/08
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  • Wide Open: Pixel Pops 2008 · 11/4/08 – 1/4/09
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  • Something That Happened Only Once · 1/30/09 – 3/29/09

  • Grand Text Auto · 4/14/09 – 7/26/09
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  • Imag(in)ing Life: “Nature in her genius had imitated art” · 10/23/09 – 5/23/10
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  • Astronomic! · 8/26/10 – 1/9/11
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  • Astral Convertible Stage Set · 1/28/11 – 12/30/11



CANVAS

CANVAS was a three-screen, rear-projection, portable virtual reality open lab for faculty in the College of Fine + Applied Arts and other colleges at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Informed by the concepts of collaboration, advanced navigation, and virtual art, CANVAS was a space for creating and presenting computer-assisted multi-dimensional projects.

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CANVAS was based on CAVE technology developed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It ran on the open-source SYZYGY grid-operating system designed by Benjamin Schaeffer and was maintained by Camille Goudeseune and Jim Crowell of the ISL Group of the Beckman Institute.



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