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10.03.2011
The iotaWeekly
October 3rd - October 9th, 2011
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Clip of the Week
First trailer for the upcoming film series "Undone".
A work-in-progress by artist C. Andrew Rohrmann (aka SCNTFC). Macro photography of bubbles, and liquid flow.

Music by scntfc and Morgan Kuhli

Undone from scntfc on Vimeo.



Site of the Week

EMPAC

The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) opened its doors in 2008 and was hailed by the New York Times as a “technological pleasure dome for the mind and senses… dedicated to the marriage of art and science as it has never been done before.”
Founded by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, EMPAC offers artists, scholars, researchers, engineers, designers, and audiences opportunities for creative exploration that are available nowhere else under a single roof. EMPAC operates nationally and internationally, attracting creative individuals from around the world and sending new artworks and innovative ideas onto the global stage.



Person of the Week
Caroline Leaf

In anticipation of the World Arts Day Animation workshop by the iotaCenter, we're celebrating the work of Caroline Leaf. A master of under-the-camera and direct animation, Leaf has created personal, expressive, and touching films using a variety of techniques including sand and paint on glass. Her 1991 film "Two Sisters" was creating using "direct animation" -- etching each image directly on 70 mm film. See her website, and learn how to create direct animation at the workshop on October 8!




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