Satellite Art Show
through 4, 2016
TRANSFER RETURNS TO THE SATELLITE ART SHOW PRESENTING ‘DiMoDA’ – a virtual institution from Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William Robertson.
‘The Digital Museum of Digital Art‘ is proud to present its second exhibition ‘Morphé Presence’ on view at SATELLITE’s main lobby lounge. Visitors to SATELLITE can visit DiMoDA via several Virtual Reality Stations installed on the lobby’s bar. Once inside, visitors can be virtually immersed in interactive VR works by a group of international New Media artists: Miyö Van Stenis (Paris, FR /Caracas, VE) , Brenna Murphy (NY) , Theo Triantafyllidis (Greece/ LA ) and Rosa Menkman (Amsterdam, NL).
The VR Beach Lounge will have a full bar, slide into our text-message queue to get notified when it’s your turn to enter the Oculus Rift viewing station – no lineup required.
As the preeminent Virtual institution devoted to Digital/New Media Art, ‘The Digital Museum of Digital Art’ presents the full range of contemporary Digital art, with a special focus on works by living New Media artists. DiMoDA is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting Digital art and its collection while expanding the conscious experience of viewing Digital art in a Virtual space. DiMoDA is arguably the finest holding of twenty first-century Digital art in the world.
Conceived in 2013 by Alfredo Salazar-Caro and William Robertson, DiMoDA launched in November of 2015 with its first exhibition as a pavilion in The Wrong Biennale and an IRL exhibition at TRANSFER Gallery in New York City. Since then it has exhibited in New York, Chicago, Aspen, Pittsburgh, Miami, and Berlin With upcoming installations in Geneva CH, New York , Basel CH, Paris FR, and the RISD Museum in Rhode Island.
Installation View of DiMoDA at Superchief NYC featuring Rosa Menkman and Theo Triantafyllidis
‘Morphé Presence’ Curated by Helena Acosta
Still from ‘DCT Syphoning The 64th Interval’ Rosa Menkman, 2016
Still from ‘Vectoral~Sentience_Stack’ Brenna Murphy, 2016
Still from ‘Miyö’s War Room’ Miyö VanStenis, 2016
Still from ‘Self Portrait (interior)’ Theo Triantafyllidis, 2016