Little Fluffy Clouds Sundance studio short, TODAY, is one of the innovative pieces showing at, The Art of Digital Show, a unique international exhibition featuring all forms of digital art. The public is invited to the Opening Reception Gala and Awards Ceremony on October 6th from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Lyceum Theater Gallery, in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp Quarter. The Art of Digital Show runs from October 6 to November 11, 2007.
Neal Benezra, director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), fielded 104 pieces to be exhibited from 2796 entries submitted by artists representing 40 countries. Mr. Benezra selected works which embody imagination, original vision, sophistication, message, content, creativity and technical skill. The show includes 83 fine art pieces, 18 video art pieces, a 3D modeled sculpture, a digitally designed textile piece, and an amazing interactive piece – all of which create a distinct exhibition environment.
“Digital artists are pushing the boundaries and more directly expressing what is in their imagination than in any other art medium. ¬†Our great love of this art form drives us to create a truly excellent presentation of digital art from around the world. Our goal is to elevate and promote digital art and to provide substantial benefits to the exhibiting artists.” ~ Steven Churchill, curator and founder of the event.
An estimated 1500 people, including most of the exhibiting artists, will attend the Opening Gala, and 20,000 people are expected to view The Art of Digital Show during the five-week run. A free 72-page show catalog will be available during the exhibit, featuring all of the selected images.
TODAY, is a Sundance Channel promotional film commissioned in association with ad agency, JWT NYC, as part of their,¬†Billy Collins Animated Poetry series. It was directed by Little Fluffy Clouds’ creative team, Jerry van de Beek and Betsy de Fries.¬†The film is an animated poem written by US Poet Laureate,¬†Billy Collins, who narrates the piece.
See: http://www.artofdigitalshow.com for details.