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// 17 January 2014 (No Subject)
#rgbd Clouds finally hits Sundance http://filmguide.sundance.org/film/14072/clouds link→
// 16 August 2013 (No Subject)
My artwork on sale Aug 21st from 6 to 9 at Adobe, 601 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA link→
// 23 July 2013 (No Subject)
showing work at DefCon hacking conference on 2013 august 1 #dc21 link→
// 26 June 2013 (No Subject)
Opening night of Art by Code in #sanfrancisco . The art is for sale, beginning this evening at 6pm PST. link→
// 19 June 2013 (No Subject)
I'm showing in SF on June 26 link→
// 7 June 2013 (No Subject)
Exhibiting musical #interactive art at #Codame SubZero in #SanJose today. link→
// 26 May 2013 (No Subject)
When a line hits a line like a big Lichtenstein, that's a Moiré.
// 8 May 2013 (No Subject)
giving talk at Coders Club of City College of San Francisco #CCSF tomorrow at 6pm link→
// 13 April 2013 (No Subject)
Introducing a new Adobe After Effects plugin for fine connoisseurs of 1-bit dither link→
// 2 April 2013 (No Subject)
Jake Sargeant's behind-the-scenes LG footage. Some of my code art that never saw the light of day...until now link→
// 4 February 2013 (No Subject)
Entertaining #java to #c++ #OpenFrameworks teaching videos for #GAFFTA. Like this? Sign up for the GAFFTA class! link→
// 15 December 2012 (No Subject)
new piece "Alchemy Hack" premiering at #GAFFTA , #sanfrancisco right now link→
// 4 November 2012 (No Subject)
Get the new issue of IdN v19n5 in mid-nov, featuring a few of my works. link→
// 18 October 2012 (No Subject)
A piece of mine will be showing at CODAME ART+TECH FESTIVAL in San Francisco Oct 27, 2012 link→
// 21 August 2012 (No Subject)
Going to teach C++ OpenFrameworks in San Francisco. Sign up now. #processing #openframeworks #opengl #SanFrancisco link→
// 12 June 2012 (No Subject)
I'll be speaking at Reasons to be Creative in NYC this weekend. link→
// 5 June 2012 (No Subject)
Stolen Moments from FITC Toronto on Open Source. link→
// 3 May 2012 (No Subject)
Check out IdN Extra 07. Designing Data. link→
// 23 April 2012 (No Subject)
Scale it like a raster.
// 2 April 2012 (No Subject)
I will be speaking at FITC Toronto April 23-25 link→
// 9 March 2012 (No Subject)
I will be speaking at Resonate in Belgrade, Serbia 16-17 March, 2012 link→
// 22 January 2012 (No Subject)
Software art "Pinch" now open source under creative commons and on github. Enjoy a working jttoolkit. link→
// 17 January 2012 (No Subject)
4 ports of BallDroppings open sourced on Github. Please help me compile for Lion. link→
// 8 December 2011 (No Subject)
Bandwidth added to Rhizome ArtBase. Thanks to the voters. link→
// 27 October 2011 (No Subject)
I'll be speaking at FITC Amsterdam 2012 Design, Technology, Cool Shit. Feb 27-28 link→
// 21 October 2011 (No Subject)
BANDWIDTH - new open source sound toy available for downloading. 6 relaxing modes of musical synaesthesia. Enjoy! link→
// 19 October 2011 (No Subject)
BANDWIDTH premieres in Art of Noise at The Public,in West Bromwich,UK 21 Oct 2011-15 Jan 2012 link→
// 15 August 2011 (No Subject)
oops, google bought my company. link→
// 28 July 2011 (No Subject)
Soundrop (Balldroppings for iPhone) showing in New York MoMA "Talk to Me" link→
// 12 July 2011 (No Subject)
I'll be featured in Hacker Monthly, Issue #15 (August 1). link→
// 19 May 2011 (No Subject)
on June 10 at Media Temple in LA, I'll be presenting work at Creative Mornings. link→
// 27 April 2011 (No Subject)
Imagined Overtures generative sound visualization silk screened album for Los Angeles Electric 8. Ooo shiny! link→
// 3 April 2011 (No Subject)
I finally published those juicy tron details i promised you. link→
// 3 April 2011 (No Subject)
generative neuron art rendered with a real renderer link→
// 23 February 2011 (No Subject)
I will give a talk at LA Hacker News this Saturday, 26 Feb link→
// 25 January 2011 (No Subject)
something I did with Charlex last November. link→
// 1 November 2010 (No Subject)
new electronica album "jijiji" from The Nimoys, available from iTunes, Napster and even as real CDs. Enjoy. link→
// 22 October 2010 (No Subject)
Here is a new web meme I just finished. I hope it makes you say hmm. link→
// 2 October 2010 (No Subject)
Record less; experience and remember more.
// 28 May 2010 magick wizard
The magician of the future will use mathematical formulas. -- Aleister Crowley, 1911
// 20 May 2010 slogan parody
Kink Different.
// 29 April 2010 Hello Cinder
Hey Code Artists, Cinder is kind of a huge deal. link→
// 26 April 2010 IBM Data Baby
IBM Data Baby - a new tv commercial has been posted to my portfolio. link→
// 13 April 2010 Me So Codey
me so codey. me program long time
// 9 April 2010 Buick - Behind the Beauty
Buick 'Behind the Beauty' - TV commercial I worked on at Motion Theory during the winter holiday. link→
// 7 April 2010 BallDroppings Android
BallDroppings now available for Android. link→
// 1 February 2010 Oldy but goody
Okay, this is from 3 years ago and i just forget to post it. Generative neuron work for a Gatorade commercial. link→
// 23 November 2009 Exhibit Extension
Art exhibit with a few of my pieces gets extended til late January 2010 at The Public in West Bromwich, UK link→
// 3 November 2009 Interview
Interview on the Making of "Boom Boom Pow" video for Black Eyed Peas link→
// 8 October 2009 Show in England
At The Public in West Bromwich, UK - a few of my pieces on touchscreen + projections, including premiere of WithDRAWal link→
// 26 September 2009 The color of art is #A79F94
The color of art is #A79F94. link→
// 14 September 2009 Marley Carroll uses pinch
Marley Carroll's new album Melanaster uses Pinch software to generate album graphics. link→
// 10 September 2009 Pirouette
Pirouette, my first wxWidgets app, is now available for your enjoyment. Send me your screenshots! link→
// 31 August 2009 hello withDRAWal
"withDRAWal" a new software piece about making scribbles. Please try it out and tell me what you think. link→
// 15 August 2009 site video format update
Bye Quicktime, Hello Vimeo. No more plugin headaches on my site, plus 2 projects I missed from the ITP days. Enjoy! link→
// 8 August 2009 Tags Added to Site
Website has a tag system now. Easier to find stuff you're interested in. Tagging all the work took me a week. link→
// 8 August 2009 GRLBrush Upgrade
GRLBrush able to manually choose colors with popup dialogs. Thanks Paolo Berto for suggesting this. link→
// 3 August 2009 Scribble Variations ported to Open Frameworks
Scribble Variations ported to C++ OF and now works fullscreen on PCs and Macs. link→
// 27 July 2009 grl brush for openframeworks
The grl graffiti brush source code is now available in OpenFrameworks format for all you curious OF coders out there. link→
// 21 April 2009 Black Eyed Peas Video
The Black Eyed Peas video is released .. big congrats to everyone who was on this project. Extra props to coders Keith Pasko and Ryan Alexander. Hooray for Motion Theory. link→
// 4 April 2009 BallDroppings on Processing.org
BallDroppings on the front cover of Processing.org exhibition. link→
// 18 March 2009 Chrome Experiments launched
A Javascript port of BallDroppings is part of Google Chrome Experiments along with some very interesting projects by names you know. link→
// 8 September 2008 Balldroppings in FILE Games
BallDroppings game included in FILE 2008 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. FILE is a beautiful thing so please check it out. link→
// 17 August 2008 Pong Mythos opens at Kornhausforum, Bern
The most thorough Pong art exhibit travels to Bern, Switzerland opening fresh at the Kornhausforum Bern at 650 sqm. More pictures available soon. Here is good energy to the Pong Mythos team, and your hard work. link→
// 7 August 2007 Type Directors Club Award
`Nike Golf` just won typographic excellence in TDC53. Look for screenshots in `Typography 28`, an all-color hard-cover volume published by HarperCollins and designed by Number Seventeen. Available in bookstores in December. Hooray for the Type Directors Club. Shout outs to the Motion Theory coder crew of December 2005. Yo jttoolkitters, the JoshFont class is hereby officially deprecated. All we are saying is give OpenFrameworks a chance! cout << "i love you" << endl; link→
// 30 June 2007 Box Song and Others
"box song and others" work by Marc Nimoy, showing at Dangerous Curve. The exhibition opening celebration Saturday, July 7, 2007 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. link→
// 29 June 2007 Realidades Avanzadas
The documentation for Realidades Avanzadas is now online. I closet-coded for CONSERVAS ; Simona Levi et. al. in Barcelona during May. Curious to know what that was all about? link→
// 27 June 2007 migrate from jttoolkit to openFrameworks
hey jttoolkit hackers, you might be interested in this new tutorial that shows you how to migrate your project into openFrameworks. Be Free! link→
// 26 April 2007 offf CCCB Barcelona
10,11, y 12 de Mayo: International Festival for the Post-Digital Creation Culture. Come watch Josh type out a C++ hello world demo in emacs in front of 1200 Spaniards. Represent. link→
// 26 April 2007 The Nimoys perform at Yahoo Brickhouse in SF
So if you're in San Francisco and you like music made by The Nimoys, I guess you'll probably need a friend who works at this company so you can go to this private corporate show. But I thought I might blog it anyway in case you know how to jump a fence and pick locks. Come watch as Marc and I make semi-danceable beats from disassembled products for the entertainment of the good folks at Yahoo. At the Yahoo Brickhouse. link→
// 9 February 2007 Work Presentation at CalArts
Josh Nimoy gives work lecture at CalArts. Feb 12 at 7pm. The lecture will be at CalArts in F200 (which is on the second floor, across from the art office). Organised by Colleen Corcoran and Roman Jaster
// 18 December 2006 HP Hands gets industry props
Motion Theory gets 2006 Award of Excellence from Communication Arts 47th Annual Design Exhibition for the HP HANDS spots. Hooray for Motion Theory! Hooray for Communication Arts! Hooray for Goodby!
// 29 November 2006 Salon Series 9
Los Angelenos, Josh MCs at another LA Salon Series. This intimate open-mic event is always a joy you will wish you had not missed. Come witness the solving of algebraic equations in exhibitionist and otherwise flamboyant performative fashions with the purpose of keeping the audience happy between the actual, real art acts.
// 29 October 2006 Liverpool Origami Workshop
Liverpudlians, come for an origami workshop at the TAO Antique Shop. 6pm. 102 Seel Street - The Living Gallery and TAO HQ. Click the URL below to see a map. I will probably start with a classic fish, move to the ubiquitous crane, and if you are up for it, we can go for the blow-up frog. Free origami paper, or bring your own. I will also give a brief discussion on how origami meets NASA engineering, zen understandings of organism cell division, and of course, relate the entire thing to 'new media arts'. Be there or be square [folded into a water bomb base]
// 16 October 2006 pong mythos in the communication museum
Camping Pong, Painstation, Pong Folie, Pongmechanik, Minipong, Power Pong, Brain Pong, Susipong, Littlelights, Pong Clock and the Art and Pop Station. See it. opening is at Wednesday, 15th 7 p.m.
// 15 October 2006 VJing at Magnet
Scousers, I'm VJing at Magnet tonight. Come watch me dish out semi-meaningful randomly filtered pieces of pop footage to the accompaniment of electronic dance musics. Okay.
// 25 August 2006 Pong Mythos opens in Leipzig
The Pong.Mythos Show (starring Minipong and BallDroppings amongst other more exciting works) opened in Leipzig, Germany yesterday. Congratulations to curator Andreas Lange and the Pong.Mythos team. link→
// 20 August 2006 HP Pharrell
More algorithmic particle artistry with Motion Theory to produce this stunning new HP commercial, for their &quot;The computer is personal again&quot; campaign. Spinning spools of typographic smoke, shaking the pixels off shoes, and of course, a swarm of gratuitous abstract cool stuff -- these composite effects were animated primarily in Processing code with reinforcement C++ coding when needed. Thanks to Gabriel Dunne for doing some of the satellites. Unlike Nike 'One', this was quite a chromatic job. I have since gained a personal relationship with the colors magenta (FF00FF) and lime (00FF00). Special thanks to Mark Kudsi and Mathew Cullen, whose talents were absolutely essential to this wonderful project. This is what baby looks like. Hooray for Motion Theory! link→
// 25 July 2006 Myron @ ISEA
Hey ISEA community, Andrew Senior presents a workshop on &quot;Computer Vision for Artists&quot; at San Jose 01 / ISEA , in which basic JMyron will be demonstrated within context of a greater social history. Hooray for free-as-in-beer plugins for your high level multimedia studio apps.
// 19 June 2006 Tutorial del Processing en Espanol
Thanks to Gerald Kogler and Angela Precht, the &quot;Processing Tutorial for Macromedia Minds&quot; has been translated to Spanish, and has undergone a 20% upgrade in order to work with the latest version of Processing. (now if only we can get the English version up to date).
// 17 June 2006 The Nimoys Performance at Dangerous Curve
Los Angelesans/Angelenos, Marc and I will be pumping out some randomly re-ordered slices at the Dangerous Curve gallery in down town LA near Sci Arc. It's tonight. It's a fund raiser. It's $10 minimum at the door. quoting the website: Saturday, June 17, 2006, 6:00-10:00 p.m. Good Work, the DC summer fundraiser and grand re-opening with all the (ab)normal extras. link→
// 19 May 2006 BBC Big Screen
Oy! Liverpudlians! Icon==Function and Mixed Hello will be shown on the BBC Big Screen ... 37SECONDS PROGRAMME 6....THE NATURE OF THE BEAST Friday 19th May - Thursday 1st June, BBC Big Screen Liverpool, Clayton Square, L1- 1QR. Everyday at 10:00, 12:00, 14:30, 16:00 and 19:00. Special Thanks to Rebecca Lennon for pulling this all together!
// 16 May 2006 Nike One on Processing Cover
Hey all you 20-something year old Processing-Heads out there, the Nike One commercials we did at Motion Theory are now being shown from the front page of the Processing website. Although there was a lot of C++ involved (mainly to have nicer typopraphy), the mainstay tool was Processing. Hooray, Processing is useful to a diversity of creative people! Hooray for Casey Reas and Ben Fry! Hooray for Gabe Dunne, Flux, and Matt Motal! Hooray for Motion Theory! link→
// 17 April 2006 Whitney Event
Yo Peace-proactive New Yorkers, Peace Tower Event for Saturday, 29 April - immediately following the citywide march for peace. The Peace Tower Event will be free and open to the public. Be there or be square. link→
// 6 April 2006 Liverpool John Moores University
Woops, a photo of the piece "Mixed Hello" made it to the front page of the collaborating university's website. Long live AR/MR hysteria! link→
// 31 March 2006 Liverpool Exhibit Opening
At the Foundation for Art and Creative Technology, Liverpool England - to coincide with the Mark Lewis opening, my pieces "Mixed Hello" and "Icon==Function" will be on display with work by Caen Botto and Simon Poulter opening on 30 March. The show runs until 27 May. This project has been going on since Autumn 2004 - an enticing mixture of the scientific research process and the artistic process. link→
// 12 March 2006 Whitney Biennial 2006
Yo New Yorkers: Look for my [piece of piece] in the Whitney Biennial. Hint: courtyard. link→
// 11 March 2006 Science Week Workshop
"Mixed Hello" being shown and explained from 11 to 4 pm in The Box at the Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology. This is a free event, and is part of British national Science Week 2006. If you miss it, there's always the Media Lounge exhibit from 31 march to 27 may. link→
// 8 March 2006 BBC Interview
Dear Liverpool, I was interviewed by Pippa of BBC Merseyside about my new art piece, the future of technology, and about my relationship to cousin Leonard. To air around 7pm this evening. link→
// 7 February 2006 Pong.Mythos
I'm showing two of my pieces (BallDroppings and Minipong) in exhibition about one ball, two bats, a playing field and our situation in a digital world. An Exhibition of Computer Game Museum (Berlin) in the Forderverein fur Jugend und Sozialarbeit e.V. Concept and Curator: Andreas Lange. First of three (so far secured) show locations: Stuttgart (Germany), Wurttembergischer Kunstverein www.wkv-stuttgart.de Feb 11, 2006 - Mar 19, 2006 extended until Apr 30, 2006 Achtung Collectors! Ten limited edition signed duplicates of jtnimoy's MiniPong are available for purchase from this exhibition. Contact curator for more details. link→
// 7 January 2006 TheNimoys @ Hive Gallery
The brothers perform 40 minutes of game glitch and narrative grime/dnb on a fresh batch of "altered" consumer products and max patches. New VJing by the honourable FLUX. If you are in Los Angeles tonight, please attend. Free resistors and capacitors for all! link→
// 14 November 2005 publicity
jtnimoy featured in ssdesigninteractive's G2 link→
// 5 October 2005 MC JT at SS6
Want to hear recordings of me improv MCing at the Los Angeles Salon Series v.6 ? I mention squirrels, acorns, and funky knuckle-shaking. Some mp3s from this event have been posted to the Salon Series website in the "media" section. Click the links in the parentheses and enjoy hearing me make a fool of myself (as always). link→
// 4 October 2005 Icon==Function opening at FACT, Liverpool UK
HCI @ FACT *Josh Nimoy*: Icon==Function 4 October 2005, 18:00 - 20:30, The Box FREE (pre-booking required) The HCI (Human Computer Interaction) project is a collaboration between FACT and the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University that seeks to explore issues of computer usability. Artists Josh Nimoy (US), Simon Poulter (UK) and Caen Botto (Argentina) have been commissioned to propose experiments, based on scientific principles of human-computer interaction, that analyze how a variety of different users, from different backgrounds and levels of technological training, interact with "the machine" Josh Nimoy will be presenting Icon==Function, a series of interactive game-like audio-visual environments that analyzes the relationship between the functionality of user interfaces, and their iconographic facades. The body of work attempts to eliminate the divide between the outer and inner parts of "the machine." Caen Botto and Simon Poulter will also be present to inform us about their projects up to date. www.hci-fun.org.uk Made possible by a Partnerships for Public Awareness grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council link→
// 29 September 2005 long time no talk
Wow, a lot has happened since i last broadcasted through this list. I've been very busy; I haven't touched the format of my site in years, and neglected updating it. So a large chunk of recent activities have just been added. Themy time. Add me to your RSS reader. Check out the site from your lynx browser. These days I've been in the UK just preparing for the Icon==Function opening on Tuesday. Let me know if you didn't get that announce email (it's a new server script still buggy). Seats are still available if you're here. Other than that, please drop me a line and tell me what you have been up to in life! best regards jtnimoy link→
// 8 July 2005 Balldroppings on Television
featured on G4TV's "Attack of the Show". I was not sitting in front of the tube for this. If anyone has a video of this, please email me. I'd like a copy for my archives. link→
// 1 July 2005 Robotic Type in IdN
Robotic Typography project will be featured in an upcoming IdN publication. Keep an eye out! link→
// 24 June 2005 showing at Wired event
Josh Nimoy + James Clar showing the notorious 3D Cube Display at Wired NextFest. New programs! 3D Pong! New music visualizations! link→
// 5 May 2005 Interactive Design Lecture
Discussion about work at Otis College of Art+Design at 11am as part of the "Are you experienced?" series link→
// 1 May 2005 new tech tutorial
Due to popular demand on the NYU ITP alumni email list, i have prepared a quick "Hello World" style Tutorial for Tiger Dashboard Widgets. Enjoy~ link→
// 16 April 2005 electronic music performance
TheNimoys perform at Hammer Museum as part of The THING exhibit. 300 seats available, plus other bands. Come see our strange instruments built from old nintendos and computer fans and stuff. And the beats are even dancable. link→
// 1 April 2005 Chaise 2
BallDroppings and Textension in Chaise Magazine Issue 2 in the states. Software included on DVD as well! link→
// 1 December 2004 Telesquishy in LA Times
A picture of Telesquishy in LA Times this week. All you Los Angelesans out there keep an eye out for a blinking potato-shaped thing.
// 19 November 2004 exhibition notify
Minipong Showing in Stefan Lindfors Gallery. Curator's comment: "A wonderful nice proposal for entertaining people by a concrete wall waiting for the bus. The minimal execution of the idea gives this little wall game a sympathetic touch so welcome to any urban environment." link→
// November 2004 Robotic Typography in I.D. Mag. again
Robotic Typography makes it back into I.D. Magazine two months later with a Bronze in the Interactive Media Design Review. link→
// November 2004 Robotic Typeface #2 in I.D. Mag
Featured in I.D. Magazine again.
// 27 October 2004 um, ya. my band made it big.
Josh and Marc Nimoy get exposure on CDBaby for their 2002 "Eventide" album, and the product sells out very quickly. An emergency production order was made to restock the store. Here is the review they wrote: Intense, glassy and distilled tones drawn from the sounds of videogames, high and low frequency beats peppering drawn-out phrases, pecking holes in a long, stretched-out melodic thought, dancing with the possibility of pure randomness, one step away from the samples composing themselves, delving into the stripping of soundwaves, taking a guitar lick and slowly unwinding it, taking the stance that all is "game" for their soundplay. These approaches begin to capture the far too rare approach to their album- one of genuine curiosity, possibility; one of "why not?!"s and "what if?!"s. As wiry threads dodge and tumble around thicker, more lush tones, the high-strung samples dart in and out from among the more ambling qualities, multi-layered textures of diverse color and mood are juxtaposed with a sense of spontaneity, yet not without meaning. Similar in style to groups like Aphex Twin, Squarepusher and Autechre, the album prods the brain much like a kaleidoscope where lucid colors and abstract geometrical patterns, pulled by gravity but seeming to move with their own will, inject fleeting imagery and fractal-like impressions onto the mind, leaving behind an indefinite sensation. In a nutshell? Kick Ass. link→
// September 2004 Textension Screenshots in Creative Code
jtnimoy's work shown in Creative Code by John Maeda - now available world-wide. Enjoy. link→
// September 2004 Robotic Typography in I.D. Mag.
2 ITPers: Josh's Robotic Typography shows in I.D. Magazine along with James Clar's LED Cube. link→
// September 2004 Robotic Typeface #1 in I.D. Mag
Featured in I.D. Magazine 'Emerging Designers Make Their Mark'
// September 2004 Marc performs BallDroppings
Los Angeles, CA: BallDroppings will be performed by Marc Nimoy, among other experimental musical instruments at Zen Sushi.
// 2 August 2004 Mohawk Paper Mills interface in CommArts
Mohawk Paper Mills interface design shown again in commarts. link→
// 22 July 2004 Robotic Typeface in Infinite Fill Show
At Foxy Production in New York Chelsea, Robotic letterform #3 exhibits as part of Infinite Fill, curated by Cory + Jamie Arcangel link→
// 16 July 2004 Italy
Josh Nimoy moves to Italy to work at Benetton's Fabrica
// July 2004 Marc performs BallDroppings
Los Angeles, CA: BallDroppings performed by Marc Nimoy at Coles live performance.
// June 2004 Mohawk Papers wins an IDSA gold
Mohawk Papers interface by Team Strausfeld is gold winner of digital media & interfaces in IDSA's IDEA 2004. link→
// June 2004 Mohawk Papers site in Comm Arts
Published in CommArts as featured site.
// April 2004 Mohawk Papers site wins IDEA award
Team Strausfeld wins a gold for interface design at the Industrial Designer's Society of America IDEA Competition
// 3 March 2004 jtnimoy @ DorkBot
Nimoy reviews past works at Dorkbot-NYC, Columbia University, New York, NY link→
// February 2004 Balldroppings and Telesquishy in Neural.it
Balldroppings and Telesquishy featured in Neural. link→
// 30 January 2004 Balldroppings in NYStream.
BalldroppingsPhysical featured in article+video by NYStream. link→
// 16 January 2004 Physical BallDroppings in New York
"custom Balldroppings" at TKNY's Compact-Impact show. Using a camera for input, visitors were able to move real, physical wooden sticks around on a table. The balls were projected down from the ceiling. New York, NY
// 16 January 2004 Balldroppings Physical in New York!
Balldroppings and MiniPong shown at TKNY event, Compact Impact. link→
// 16 December 2003 ITP Show
Latest work shown at ITP's Winter Show ; New York, NY
// 13 December 2003 Murder by Design
Creative inspirational speech given at Murder by Design! conference, Mandaluyong City
// 1 December 2003 NANO @ Lacma
Screenshot of Nimoy's interactive buckyball projection software hung 3 stories high on building by owners of work. Los Angeles, CA. Also look for flag pole banners and news paper reviews of the show. link→
// 1 October 2003 SVA Lecture
Jtnimoy gives talk about work in the MFACA department of School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York City, hosted by Kathy Brew
// 1 October 2003 Ricochet Shows in Spain
Ricochet shown at II Muestra de Arte Electronico Villa de Mostoles (MAEM) link→
// 1 October 2003 Pinoy Webbies
Jtnimoy is one of the judges for the 6th Philippine Web Awards.
// 14 August 2003 MiniPong shows in Manilla, Philippines
MiniPong shows at DECODE, an art exhibit at Ateneo Gallery in Manila, Philippines Aug. 14 - Sept. 9
// 14 August 2003 DECODE Exhibit
MiniPong, Textension, and other works show at DECODE, a show at Ateneo Gallery in Manila, Philippines link→
// 13 August 2003 Textension, now on Mac OSX and Linux.
Textension ported to MacOSX and Linux. The OSX version even has anti-aliased lines. Have fun!. New York, NY
// 1 August 2003 Jtnimoy with Napier on Processing
Ricochet published on Aug 2003 cover of Processing Site link→
// 12 July 2003 Textension @ ArtBot
Textension shows at EyeBeam in ArtBot, New York, NY link→
// 8 July 2003 Textension Ported
Textension ported to Mac OS9, from OS7-8.
// 2 July 2003 Goodbye Buckyballs
Fairwell to the interactive buckyballs! UCLA's law representative legally revokes Nimoy's privileges to publicly display the art.
// 27 June 2003 jtnimoy @ DorkBot, Belgium
Josh Nimoy gives artist talk & Processing Introduction at DORKBOT in Nieuwpoorttheater in Belgium.
// 2 June 2003 Pentagram
Josh Nimoy starts working at Pentagram. New York, NY link→
// 1 June 2003 NanoExpo
Buckyballs show in NanoExpo, at University of Wisconsin-Madison
// 22 April 2003 BX24 Sound Tutorial Bought by Company
NetMedia, a technology company, purchases a product Josh Nimoy bought from them and hacked. Tucson, Arizona
// 4 April 2003 LAWEEKLY appearance
LAWEEKLY shows the buckyball project, featured by UCLA in an article about a nanotechnologist. Los Angeles, CA link→
// 1 March 2003 PageDown
Work featured in PageDown issue #10. Manila, Philippines
// 28 February 2003 MiniPong wins in Korea
MiniPong won in JAMe[jaemi], Inje University Digital Interaction design competition in Korea.
// 28 February 2003 Korean Interest
Interpolated Oval Letterforms, MiniPong, and Zerowave win in JAMe[jaemi], Inje University Digital Interaction design competition in Korea. link→
// 28 February 2003 Interpolated Oval Letterforms win in Korea
Winner in JAMe[jaemi], Inje University Digital Interaction's design competition in Korea.
// 22 February 2003 Show at QVille, New York
Exhibit at 38Nine in Long Island City, near MoMa QNS & PS1. Curated by QVille. New York, NY
// 21 February 2003 SWIM show, NY
Exhibit at SWIM in manhattan, with other ITP Students. New York, NY
// 17 February 2003 Transcribed Interview
Interview with Josh Nimoy on Philweavers.net link→
// 14 February 2003 Robotic Typeface published
Davenport Sans published by AWC Electronics as a demonstration of their microprocessor.
// 3 February 2003 EXPERIMENTAL Mag. appearance
Work published in EXPERIMENTAL Magazine link→
// February 2003 n0time screensaver published
Features in 'Experimental' Magazine
// 17 January 2003 MiniPong shows in New York
MiniPong shows at the COMPACT-IMPACT event at the TKNY store in New York, NY
// 1 December 2002 NewsToday Appearance
Josh Nimoy featured in NewsToday by BoyInStatic link→
// 1 December 2002 Natural History Museum, New York
Zerowave in New York City in the American Museum of Natural History as part of the ArtSci international symposium.
// 1 November 2002 Meet WebCamXtra/Myron
WebCamXtra/Myron BETA 1.0 released link→
// 1 November 2002 HVEDEKORN Poesi Kunst
Josh Nimoy featured in HVEDEKORN Poesi Kunst link→
// November 2002 n0time screensaver featured in Neural.it
Features in NEURAL.IT
// November 2002 Scribble Variations in Denmark Publication
Published in HVEDEKORN, Denmark
// 1 October 2002 Textension shows in Spain
Textension exhibited in ART FUTURA in Barcelona, Spain. link→
// 1 September 2002 Hello ITP
Josh Nimoy moves to New York, starts at NYU ITP link→
// 1 August 2002 Flattering Textension Review
Textension reviewed by Giselle Beiguelman in "The Book After the Book" Liquid Texts; published in LEA/MIT Press link→
// 1 August 2002 Buckyballs Premiere in Australia
Zerowave premiere in Australia at the Biennial of Electronic Arts in Perth.
// 1 August 2002 Brazil Lecture
n0time saver exhibits in Brazil at PACO DAS ARTES in Sao Paulo. Also published in Internet Art Digital Culture, a catalog for Festival Internacional De Linguagem Electronica, in which Nimoy presents work from back home. link→
// August 2002 n0time screensaver in Brazil
Exhibits in Sao Paulo, Brazil as part of the FILE electronic arts festival. Josh gives a three hour Lecture.
// 26 June 2002 n0time screensaver in Rhizome
Featured on Rhizome.org -> net art news. Snipit: No Time For A Screensaver What do you get when you cross a networked screensaver, Buckminster Fuller's quasi-cosmic tetrahedron worship, Richard Dawkins' evolutionary cybernetics, and a whole lot of computer down time? You get n 0 time, software that attempts to embody practically every major wired theory put forth in the last 25 years. Networked, customized, imploding, meme-laden tetrahedral avatars! "n 0 time-sharing" community protocols! Auto-generated e-mail invitations to exclusive online implosion re-enactments! And you thought it was just a screensaver.
// 26 June 2002 n0time on Rhizome
Flattering review from Rhizome: No Time For A Screensaver What do you get when you cross a networked screensaver, Buckminster Fuller's quasi-cosmic tetrahedron worship, Richard Dawkins' evolutionary cybernetics, and a whole lot of computer down time? You get n 0 time, software that attempts to embody practically every major wired theory put forth in the last 25 years. Networked, customized, imploding, meme-laden tetrahedral avatars! "n 0 time-sharing" community protocols! Auto-generated e-mail invitations to exclusive online implosion re-enactments! And you thought it was just a screensaver.; link→
// 18 May 2002 Rhizome Reports READ_ME 1.2
Textension wins READ_ME 1.2 In terms of aesthetic enjoyment,Textension is a clear winner. It is delightful, exciting, fantastic to play with. It points in many directions at once, suggesting that hypertext could be fun and beautiful and profound in all kinds of new ways that it isn't today. Interestingly, the way to this development is pointed out by the typewriter, which produced beautiful things through the physical action of metal. Textension is the first piece of software to pick up effectively this very lost thread.; Review written by Ray Thomas of RTMark when Textension won in the READ_ME 1.2 Festival (Macros-center, Moscow, 2002) link→
// 1 February 2002 Digital Utopia/Digital Dystopia Conference
Josh Nimoy presents work with Sylvia Borda, Brody Condon, Shane Hope, and Sylvia Rigon at Digital Utopia/Digital Dystopia: Rendering the Art Object link→
// June 2000 'Messages' film honored in film fest
Honerable mentioned at the SHORTTAKES film festival
// 21 May 2000 'Jee Thanks Rawk' screened at film fest
Screened at SHORTTAKES California film festival
// 1 January 1999 Textension on ThoughtShop
Textension featured on THOUGHTSHOP link→
// 23 June 1995 National Congressional Arts District Award
Portrait in Acrylic on canvas hangs in the Capital building in Wash. D.C.
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