Rachel Rossin's latest show, Lossy, explores the barriers between the physical and virtual world. View it at Zieher Smith & Horton through November 14.
Matthew Neiderhauser and John Fitzgerald, of Sensorium.Works, travel the world to research sustainable city planning for rapidly growing urban areas. After curating exhibits in Beijing and Rio de Janeiro, they have return to NEW INC to work on new media technology and mobile apps that will support participatory urban design around the world.
Monegraph is a new platform that makes distribution, licensing, and authentication easy for creatives working across digital media, is not available at the iTunes and Android Store.
Doing business as an art practice. Making culture while making money. Ideas, products and economies of scale. How can business be used as a tool for art (rather than the other way around)? Can artists use consumer-scale business ventures to disseminate ideas and support their practice (rather than just the art market)? What are the challenges and opportunities artists face in monetizing cultural provocations at economies of scale? NEW INC Members get candid about their entrepreneurial journeys.
Founded by maker-entrepreneur Susan Taing, Bhold creates smart, minimalist, playful design that solves a problem in your everyday life, including the Bsteady Car Mount, an innovative smartphone accessory for drivers.
In an effort to organize the in-flux of offers to assist with the recovery process after a fire destroyed their creative venue, Silent Barn, Kunal Gupta and Joe Ahearn are implementing the volunteer coordination software they have been developing at NEW INC over the past year, called Better.