We were so pleased to be among the talented artists and academics that came together for“Open All Ports,” the 15th biennial arts and technology symposium hosted by the College’s Ammerman Center for Arts & Technology February 25-27. Artists, musicians, technology specialists, and researchers from all over the world gathered to share new ideas and explore the endless possibilities of the fusion of art and technology.
ARCOS was commissioned to present ANNI, or Archival Narrative Network Initiative, a transmedia artwork combining an interactive public installation, performance, and online exhibit. Residency activities included sharing our work-in-progress with an interdisciplinary group of faculty and students, teaching a master class, giving a paper presentation, and performing in concert. We had a wonderful time collecting stories from participants through the exhibition interface and connecting with other artists working with technology.
>> View Connecticut College’s slideshow of moments from the symposium <<
Stills from the live performance of “ANNI” on Saturday, February 27, 2016