Control | Print
Control|Print features works by a number of international artists and designers who play with the notion of digital technology. In this first American presentation, members of the Parsons community create work in traditional, digital, and mixed media that extend the idea of ink on paper and showcase how machinery and technology can enter the representational process. First conceived by RCA as a research project investigating the possibilities of a customized future for digital art and design, Control|Print also features the results of these experiments in a series of limited edition book spreads, large-scale artwork, and digital projections and renderings.
Among the featured artists are co-organizers Lucille Tenazas, Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design at Parsons, Warren-Fisher, and Dan Fern, Head of the School of Communications at the RCA; Parsons-commissioned artists Andrea Deszo, Zachary Lieberman, Arthur Ou, Sven Travis, and Allan Wexler; and RCA-commissioned artists Sara Corneholm and Leah Harrison-Bailey, V23 (Chris Bigg and Vaughan Oliver), and Marc Wilson.