The concept of Technophemera highlights the speed of technology's evolution. With new digital devices produced every minute, technology both reinvents itself and renders obsolete at an exponential rate. They have 10 days left to reach their Kickstarter goal and would love your support. Please view the link to see some of the great original works of art that will be given in exchange for your pledge and support. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/leonreid/technophemera
to fund a new public sculpture to be placed on the campus of LIU Post in Brookville, NY.
About the artists:
Ryan Seslow is a visual artist, independent curator, graphic designer, and professor of fine art living and working in New York. Working in a variety of mediums Seslow shows his work regularly nationally and internationally. He teaches various fine art graduate and undergraduate level studio courses simultaneously between four colleges in the metropolitan NY area. He is the creator and curator of Concrete to Data, a survey of transcending styles and techniques emerging out of the street art and graffiti movements. The exhibition will launch in January of 2015 at the Steinberg Museum of Art in Long Island, NY. More at http://ryanseslow.com
Leon Reid IV is a public artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He has successfully completed two Kickstarter campaigns: "Tourist-In-Chief" 2011, and "The Hundred Story House" 2012. His work was featured in Kickstarter's innagural art show. Listed as one of the "60 Innovators Shaping Our Creative Future" by publisher Thames & Hudson, Reid is known for his humerous public interventions installed throughout the United States, South America and Europe. More at www.leonthe4th.com
That link again is: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/leonreid/technophemera
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