judsoN
presents...

PUMPORGIN



COMPUTER ART

Here we are standing with the world's oldest computer.


BIO:

judsoN programs computers, to create Behavioral Art. He does not create art objects per se, so much as works out systems, that usually include a computer, and employ human perception, in order to illicit the artwork to occur in the minds of the audience members. His software experiments, papers, music and performances have been featured extensively around the world since 1996:

at the Smithsonian International Art Gallery in Washinton DC, with the 809 International Art District in China, at the Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, for the Mildura Cultural Council in Australia, par l'Institut Musique Electroactoustic Bourges (France)...



example artwork
recorded on video

The Reverse
Color Organ
(2009-2016)

Compost (2008-2009)

Heliocentric (2015)



Closed-circuitry
(2016, 2014, 2013)
* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured at Spectrum in NY
* featured at CUBA in Germany
* featured at 60x60 Surround Sound show in NY

This is a multi-channel surround sound versiont, taking the piece Symphonizer a level further. Depending where the audience member is in relation to the various speakers, the waves will reinforce and cancel quite differently. What the audience member ultimately hears (and subsequent associative interpretations of what is heard) is completely unique.

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The Reverse Color Organ
(2016, 2014, 2011, 2009)
with painter Ellen Hackl Fagan

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* presented at Musinfo Art & Science Days Program in France
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac
* featured at Sguardi Sonori at the Planetario in Rome, Italy; Ennio Morricone: conductor
* installation versions featured at Synthetic Zero, POOL, HOAST and ArtHarlem in NY

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Heliocentric
(2015)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured at Spazioersetti gallery in Italy

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Keller-Graham
(2013)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Interartive.

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Visual Discordance
(2013)

* featured at Espacioenter in Spain

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Sonic Displacement
(2013, 2008)
works inspired by music from InNoPO

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published by Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* reported on by Sound Art Radio out of England
* featured at the Innopo Gallery in Plymouth, England

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The Communal Mirror
(2013, 2008)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in eBook chapter published in The Signal Culture Cookbook
* featured in BRURAL show at OkNO gallery in Chelyabinsk, Russia
* featured in BRURAL show at BRAC in NY
* featured in paper for Leonardo Electronic Almanac

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Traffic Patterns
(2010)

* featured in paper for Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* featured on DeOrigenBelico internet video radio out of Venezuela

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The Symphonizer
(2010, 2014, 2016)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in chapter of Creative Technologies for Multidisciplinary Applications published by IGI Global
* discussed in chapter of Emergency Index published by Ugly Duckling Presse
* discussed in paper published in Interartive
* featured on Malmusic contemplation by Alien Research
* featured at L'autre Musique Laboratoire
* featured in Coop in Liverpool, England

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Jellyfish
(2010, 2006)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in article published in Digimag.

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Ruts in the Road
(2009)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* featured by Pixelstorm of Simon Fraser University in Canada

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Conescape
(2009)
with artist Erik Sanner

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured at How To Enjoy Traffic Cones at Chashama in NY
* featured at Figment in NY

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Clouded
(2009)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* honorable mention for Liedts Meesen Tech New Technology Art Award
* featured in Web Biennial at ISCAM/Igor Zabel Pavillion
* featured in REFF online gallery (show discussed in REFF (published book), Wired Italia, and part of the Internet Governance Forum in Pisa).

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Pheromones
(2009)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in Windows Brooklyn (extended by Sam's)
* featured in paper for Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)

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Hip Not Tech
(2009)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in the International Journal of Art and Technology (IJART).
* featured at SoundLab online gallery

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Compost
(2009, 2008)
with photographer K Staelin

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in PJIM
* discussed in paper published by Journal de Anthropologues (AFA; The French Association of Anthropologists)
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac
* featured at the Smithsonian International Gallery in DC
* featured at the Armory Show in NY
* featured in Fluid at the Queens Museum in NY
* discussed in article at Huffington Post
* featured at The Digital Media Gallery in Pennsylvania

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Signature Sonata
(2008)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac
* featured in Derivative show at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC

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The Synesthetic Machine
(2008)

* featured in paper for Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* featured at UAVM Festival (best of FONLAD)
* featured at FONLAD Festival in Portugal

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Portraiture (Alan Turing)
(2008)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper for Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* featured at Ohio State University's Darwin Bicentennial
* featured at Derivative show at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC
* featured at Rhizome's Artbase

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Miss Suzy's Steamboat
(2007, 2004)

* featured at FILE in Sao Paolo, Brazil
* featured at Pixel Pops at The City Gallery in New Haven

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You've Got Bugs!
(2006)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in chapter in Augmented Reality Art: From an Emerging Technology to a Novel Creative Medium published by Springer (updated for 2nd edition)
* discussed in paper published in Parson's Journal of Information Mapping (PJIM).
* featured at ITP winter 2006 show in NY

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Poison!
(2005)
with Logan Heitt

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Bioscience and Engineering.

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Pulse Presence
(2005)
with Christian Croft, Gilad Lotan and Tikva Morawati

* featured at Sony Wonderlabs in NY

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Music for the 17 Surviving Musicians
(2001)
for fellowship with MacDowell Colony

* featured at Palimpsest in Mildura (Australia) Museum of Art
* featured at CYNET (Microscope) in Germany
* featured in Post-Cagian Interactive Sounds for MCMOGATK in Japan
* featured at ADB16 at California State University, Long Beach

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The Random Plaid Generator
(2001)
featured at the Autogenerative show in DC

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