Second edition of the first international art, film and technology festival in Seattle.
Seattle Arts and Technology Meetup that includes an exhibition, performance and artist talk about art and tech in Buenos Aires.
A svelte shipping container, this mobile home for new media art begins its journey through Seattle at the DXARTS Ballard Fab Lab.
Panel discussion focusing on the response of artists and cultural institutions to issues related to privacy and surveillance.
Seattle Arts and Technology Meetup co-hosts a hackathon with Code for Seattle at the 2014 Public Policy Action Institute.
Inaugural Seattle Arts and Technology Meetup includes a series of short artist talks considering code within the context of "craft values."
Curated selection of short films from the 40th Seattle International Film Festival and Black Box 1.0 that reflect on themes of exploration and the unknown, presented at AMFEST in Russia.
Panel discussion considering how contemporary artists are using code as a cinematic medium, from social media applications to interactive documentaries and immersive installations.
North American Premiere of PARALLEL I-IV (2012 - 2014), by Harun Farocki, presented at BLACK BOX 1.0 at the Seattle Art Museum.
Inaugural Black Box festival, organized in partnership with Seattle Art Museum and Seattle International Film Festival.
Online World Premiere of a new film by Tracy Emin during Black Box 1.0, LOVE NEVER WANTED ME (2013), shot on her iPad.
Multiplatform research project investigating transmedia and art exhibitions, including an ebook, database, toolkit and visual maps.
World premieres of new films by Rainer Judd and Sue de Beer, produced and distributed by Aktionsart for Six Scents Parfums.
Screening of films by Sue de Beer and Rainer Judd in KINO TOTAL at Bourouina Gallery, Berlin.
Exclusive online world premiere of WINCHESTER REDUX (2004) by Jeremy Blake, a special abridged version of Blake's highly acclaimed Winchester trilogy.
Film program presented in an online cinema, MUBI, and outdoor cinema in midtown Manhattan, Big Screen Project.
Screening of THE QUICKENING and SISTER at the Crosby Street Hotel, followed by a conversation with the artist and Alissa Bennett.
Panel discussion with the world's foremost video art collector, Pamela Kramlich, Jack Lane (Director, New Art Trust) and Frances Morris (Head of Collections, Tate).
Film screening that surveys how artists use new technologies to investigate urban life and public space.
New films by Jesse Reding Fleming and Rainer Judd, presented at Collective Hardware.