RAM | Rethinking Art and Machine
RAM | Rethinking Art and Machine showcases the work of pioneer artists who have addressed the relationship between art and electronic technology, light, graphics, robots, and virtual reality dating back to the 1960’s.
The artists include Jim Campbell, Manfred Mohr, Alan Rath, Daniel Rozin and Peter Vogel. These innovators have broken down the traditional boundaries that have existed between the artistic and technological disciplines. RAM the exhibit will survey the work and ideas of these artists and the understanding of its aesthetics and socio-cultural aspirations. Within each one of these unique artist areas the audience will learn how each artist integrates their personal life experiences through human-computer interactions and the humanization of machines.
RAM is an interactive exhibit. A wide body of work will be presented from each artist, allowing the audience to understand the impact of evolving technology as it relates directly to the artist and their own personal vision and message.
MARLA WASSER, CURATOR
Marla Wasser is the President of Pursuits, a consulting company specializing in art advisory. She has created RAM as an original exhibition for THEMUSEUM. This is the second collaboration between Marla and THEMUSEUM; the first being the highly acclaimed Andy Warhol exhibit that debuted last year. Marla’s vast experience in the art world and her intense desire to bring the finest art to the widest possible audience gel seamlessly with THEMUSEUM’s mission of presenting ideas that transcend objects.