July 28 & 29, 11am-7pm
Basilica Hudson
110 South Front Street, Hudson NY
Admission is free


Microscope is pleased to announce that a short video “Scituate” by Ray Sweeten (of DataSpaceTime) will be featured at the 2nd edition of NADA Hudson this weekend at the historic Basilica in Hudson NY.  The curated video program “UpStream” will be on view from 1-7pm both days of the event.

NADA Hudson is not an art fair, but a site-specific project organized by the New Art Dealers Alliance. More info and directions: http://www.newartdealers.org/Fairs/


SCITUATE by Ray Sweeten (of DataSpaceTime)
Single channel video, color, sound, 3 min 45 sec, 2010

In this short single-channel video, the artist interweaves pulsating, colorful imagery resulting from electronic manipulation, with a series of apparently senseless words that eventually make real sentences. Utilizing source material made during a residency at Experimental Television Center, Scituate continues Ray Sweeten’s experiments with feedback loops produced with analog video synthesizers.

“Audio in the piece is produced simultaneously by the same analog circuit (or patch) used to generate the video. Text is algorithmically generated in the Python programming language and punctuated with sine wave tones.”
– RS

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Ray Sweeten is a Brooklyn-based Data artist and programmer, working in the intersections between image, sound and information systems using a hybrid of digital and analog media. His work has been featured at The Kitchen, PS1, Participant Inc, The Stone, LIverpool Biennial, Lux Spain, Microscope Gallery, and many others. Sweeten also makes qr code technology based works through DataSpaceTime, a collaboration with artist Lisa Gwilliam.


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