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Visiting Artists Lecture Series
Spring 2010 Visiting Artists Announced
Monday, October 4th, 2010 //

Preston Poe

Thursday, October 28, 5pm, Lecture Hall 3

Preston Poe is an artist specializing in video and sound art, as well as a New Media Curator and Director of The Electronic Gallery at Salisbury University. He will discuss his work as a curator and artist. Preston's recent creative work focuses on participatory performance through spontaneous song-writing (YouTunes) and developing new platforms for audio, utilizing transducers and motion graphics (Somnambutable). His work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and has recently been included in Conflux performance art festival, and the Contemporary Art Museum in Baltimore in association with Neighborhood Public Radio.

Zoe Beloff

Thursday, Nov 11, 5pm, Lecture Hall 3

Zoe Beloff works with a variety of cinematic imagery: film, stereoscopic projection performance, interactive media and installation. Her artistic interest lies in finding ways to graphically manifest the unconscious processes of the mind. She considers herself a medium, an interface between the living and the dead, the real and the imaginary. Sometimes she uses archaic apparatuses, sometimes, new analog/digital hybrids. Beloff's work has been featured in many international exhibitions and screenings; venues include the Whitney Museum, the Freud Dream Museum in St. Petersburg, and the Pompidou Center. She recently participated in the 2009 Athens Biennale, and has an upcoming project with MuHKA Museum in Antwerp.