Posts Tagged ‘Dennis Hlynsky’

Hlynsky Films Featured in MOCA-Hiroshima Video Series

Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film Animation + Video) is among a group of video artists from around the world whose work is being featured at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (1-1 Hijiyama koen). Hlynsky has two films featured in the series, the first Fruit Flies Draw a Bowl of  Ripe Fruit from Above shows the cumulative paths of […]

Hlynsky on Murmurations

The new issue of IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications contains an interview with Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film/Animation/Video) discussing his recent work and the relationship between science and art. The article “Murmurations: Drawing Together Art, Visualization, and Physical Phenomena,” addresses the evolution of digital technologies and his experiments with shared video, visualization of group phenomena, and […]

Imagine Science Film Festival showing for Hlynsky

Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film/Animation/Video) has two works in the Imagine Science Films Festival. The mission of Imagine Science Films is to bridge the gap between art and science through film, thereby transforming the way science is communicated to the public and encouraging collaboration across disciplines. SHORTS & RECEPTION: TIME CONTROL & 48 HOUR FILM COMPETITION SCREENING Explore […]

Hlynsky work in West Harlem

Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film/Animation/Video) video work is being featured in an installation/exhibit in West Harlem, “Under the Viaduct.” “Under the Viaduct” is a public art initiative spearheaded by the West Harlem Art Fund for the communities of West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood. Communities along the Hudson River, want to enhance their open public spaces […]

Hlynsky screening at BRIC House

Work by Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film / Animation / Video) is included in a BRIC House exhibition, “Screensavers: Travels in Sleep.” The video series explores the parallels between the imagined landscapes of our minds and the physical landscapes created by our machines when they are turned to ‘sleep’. Such infinite spaces ­– although dormant – live […]

Hlynsky work selected for Video Fridge

Work by Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film/Animation/Video) has been included in “Video Fridge,” part of the Fridge Art Fair, in a small group of selected galleries and artists on Manhattan’s Lower East Side during Frieze New York Art Fair Week 2014. The Fridge “Ice Cream Edition,” inviting and challenging presenters to create a unique visual experience in an […]

Allina, Hlynsky and Mills at The Front Room

Works by Babette Allina (Director, Government Relations), Dennis Hlynsky(Professor, Film/Animation/Video)  and Thomas Lyon Mills (Professor, Foundation Studies) are included in a group exhibition at the Front Room Gallery. The exhibition, “Mapping Heaven,”  has its genesis in “Darwin’s God” by Robin Marantz Henig, a March 4th, 2007, New York Times Magazine article which discussed Stephen Jay […]

Subotnick and Hlynsky at The Mine Factory

Steven Subotnick (Critic, Film/Animation/Video) and Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film/Animation/Video) will each be showing their work in “Framed: Independent and Experimental Animation,” a curated show at The Mine Factory, Pittsburgh, PA. “Framed is an exhibition of nationally and internationally renowned filmmakers and animators who have striven to push boundaries of traditional media and integrate two-dimensional processes […]