Theï¿½CODAMEï¿½Team has been invited byï¿½Impact Hubï¿½for anï¿½ArtsTechmeetup to chat and learn more about ourï¿½5ENSES 2013 ART+TECH Festival. We willï¿½explore the ways in which social media and technology can help bring arts and culture to the masses.
ï¿½Democratizingï¿½ the arts has been a long-standing goal in the art world, and no medium makes it more feasible than the web.ï¿½Join us to share ideas, strategies, successes, challenges and network.
Light refreshments and snacks will be served.ï¿½Pleaseï¿½RSVPï¿½hereï¿½
Jonathan Wallraven,ï¿½San Francisco-based artist Jonathanï¿½s work simultaneously draws in and overwhelms the eye. His primary body of work isï¿½The Spiral, a series of site-specific black and white wall drawings that blur the lines between installation and comic book art. Since becoming involved with CODAME, his practice has grown to encompass collaboration and interactivity. For the ART+TECH Festival, Wallraven premieredï¿½Techn-O-Ccultic Conjurations, an interactive multimedia performance-installation.ï¿½
Bruno Fonzi,ï¿½Co-Founder at CODAME ART+TECH and Lanica, Inc.ï¿½Commodore at CODAME, running not-for-profit ART+TECH events bringing together artists, coders, game developers, creators, performers and musicians to create and experience the intersection of Art and Technology. Bruno is also a startup advisor and co-founder atï¿½Lanicaï¿½building a state-of-art mobile development platform. In his previous years, he worked at Adobe where he led a worldwide team of engineers, responsible for product development of the creative suite of applications and services to support mobile devices.
Jordan Grayï¿½(aka starPause the k9d) is Manager of Creative Labs @OrganicIncï¿½and co-founder of CODAME, a SF based event celebrating the intersection of ART+TECH. He loves modular analog video synthesis, bicycles, photography, electronic music, dayan qigong & haiku.