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The Blurred Lines Between Art & Technology
Marilynn (Max) Almy, SCAD Dean, School of Digital Media & Teri Yarbrow, Professor SCAD Digital Media

Teri Yarbrow and Max Almy are EMMY, AFI, NEA and ARS ELECTRONICA award-winning, internationally exhibited video and installation artists known for pushing the boundaries of art and technology. Their complex installations seamlessly combine video, interactive media, constructed surfaces, painting, digital imagery, flat screens, and video projection to create dramatic, mesmerizing works. Their works have been featured in major museums, festivals, screenings and collections throughout the world including:

  • Museum of Modern Art in NY
  • Museum of Contemporary Art in LA
  • The Whitney Museum of American Art in NY
  • The New Museum of Contemporary Art in NY
  • The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
  • The Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris
  • The ICA/Boston Art Museum
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • The Venice Biennale
  • Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art
  • The Denver Art Museum
  • The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
  • The World Wide Video Festival
  • The Berlin Film Festival
  • ArtFutura
  • The Dallas Film Festival

 

Visit their website to learn more about their creative works of art »

 

As artists, Almy and Yarbrow have worked with leading design and architectural firms to imagine and design new media work for public spaces and location-based entertainment projects. They have worked with Disney Imagineering and the Jerde Partnership on projects including Sony Metrion in San Francisco, National Geographic, Wash D.C., and the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Their latest, Vibrant Portal, is an interactive new media installation that combines an ancient patinated copper doorway with a digitally cut pattern that reveals radiating animations on an LCD screen. The copper portal is overlaid with motion activated animations that flow out from the doorway. All of these new works are visually stunning and have a mesmerizing effect on viewers. Almy and Yarbrow are gratified that some of their latest works are being installed in Hospital environments.