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exhibitions showing the humann installation

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humann at the Museum of Science, Boston

when:
april 17 - september 8, 2009

where:
Museum of Science, Boston
1 Science Park, Boston, MA 02114, USA

as a part of:
Boston Cyberarts Festival 2009
 
 
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This humann-exhibition at the Museum of Science was made possible thanks to our sponsors:
Museum of Science (Boston, MA), SICK (Germany) and KyndL (Lynnfield, MA)

SICK
SICK kindly donated their (very expensive!) hi-end LMS200 Laser Measurement System sensor for our artwork.
KyndL 'kyndly' gave us an excellent custom built PC for the exhibit at the Museum of Science.
 
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publications
04/05/2009: 'Three ways to see science as entertainment', Boston Globe
   
04/22/2009: Metro Boston - T time
 
05/12/2009: 'BIG RED ON-THE-TOWN: THE MUSEUM OF SCIENCE', Big Red & Shiny issue #106
   
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visuals
photos from the humann exhibition @ Museum of Science Boston
   
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links
Museum of Science, Boston | Special Programs | humann Digital Kaleidoscope
   

humann opening reception, April 29th, 2009


humann opening reception, April 29th, 2009
(photo by Rob Coshow)
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a special thanks to:

  • Museum of Science (Boston), SICK (Germany), KyndL (Lynnfield) for their sponsorship
  • Lisa Monrose, Dan Dowling Jr., George Fifield, Henk Hofstede, Chip Canty, Peter Radochia, Bob Kneeland and many others for making this show possible!
 


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humann at the 're-ACT' exhibition, Eindhoven

when:
september 27, 2008 - january 25, 2009

where:
Museum Kunstlicht in de Kunst, Eindhoven, the Netherlands

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The humann proposal was selected for the finals of the
FRITS PHILIPS LIGHT ART CONTEST 2008.
It was therefore shown at the museum, together with the work of 7 other finalists of the contest.

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This humann-installation was made possible thanks to our sponsors:
Museum Kunstlicht in de Kunst, Philips and SICK.

SICK
SICK kindly donated their (expensive!) hi-end LMS200 Laser Measurement Sensor for our artwork.


 
invitation 're-ACT' exhibition

opening
Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder, opening reception, Sep 27th, 2008
(photo by Theo Visser)



Some impressions from 're-ACT'
(photos by Theo Visser, Carmin & Rolf)



Kids interacting with humann during the 're-ACT' exhibition
(video by Carmin)

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invitation
the official invitation for the 're-ACT' exhibition (in Dutch)
 
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press releases
press release 04/14/2008: 'Finalisten prijsvraag bekend' (in Dutch)
press release 08/20/2008: 'Tentoonstelling re-ACT' (in Dutch)
 
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publications
article in the 'Cursor', the weekly magazine of the Eindhoven University of Technology (in Dutch)
summary of the article in the 'Cursor' (in English)
article in 'UIT cultuurkrant', october 2008 edition (in Dutch)
article in 'UIT cultuurkrant', december 2008 edition (in Dutch)
article in 'UIT cultuurkrant', january 2009 edition (in Dutch)
 
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visuals
hi-res movie: kids interacting with humann during the 're-ACT' exhibition (by Carmin Karasic)
photos from the 're-ACT' exhibition (by Theo Visser, Nick Lebeat, Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder)
 
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links
re-ACT exhibition, Museum Kunstlicht in de Kunst, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
 
a special thanks to:
  • Museum Kunstlicht in de Kunst, Philips and SICK for their sponsorship
  • all the employees of the Museum for all their help and unbelievable enthusiasm!
  • the artists in the show for their inspiring company
  • Bert Luitsz for sharing his Adobe Flash expertise with us
  • many of our friends for their support


 
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