ISEA2012: Electronic Art Meets Humanism. Plus: Dana Falconberry
September 24, 2012
ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness runs through September 24, 2012, with a continuing sequence of programs at visual arts organizations and participating cultural institutions through December. As part of AdobeAirstream’s continuing coverage, the A2Radio podcast presents this conversation with ISEA2012 Albuquerque’s artistic director Andrea Polli, who is Mesa del Sol endowed chair of the social media workgroup at University of New Mexico.
Featured image: Christiaan Zwanikken, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
September 25 is Santa Fe Day for ISEA2012 followed by Taos Day on September 27. For full ISEA2012 program information, please visit this link.
Our original song this show is by Austin signer-songwriter Dana Falconberry. Contributing editor Don Simpson writes: When Falconberry assembled Gina Dvorak, Karla Manzur, Matthew Shepherd, Christopher Cox, and Lindsey Verrill together to fully flesh out her songs, it was quite obvious that she would be taking her already ethereal songwriting to heavenly levels. There are very few things in this world that are more beautiful than a lusciously orchestrated Dana Falconberry song and her band’s first LP — Leelanau (due out on October 9th on Antenna Farm Records) – is indisputable proof of that. We present “Birch Bark”, the opening track from Leelanau, as evidence.