The mission of the Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the arts, especially those created in, inspired by, or relevant to northern New Mexico. The museum advances the University’s mission and engages diverse audiences by stimulating learning, creativity and research through exhibitions, programs and publications.
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NMNM Screening at the Harwood Museum of Art / June 24, 7:30 – 10 pm
238 Ledoux St., Taos, New Mexico
Admission – $10 general public / $8 for museum members
The Harwood Art Museum will present an evening of innovative videos that reflect the large variety of ways that artists are employing technology as a tool for aesthetic exploration.
The screening in the auditorium will be followed by outdoor projections by Ollie Bell.
S.C.A.N. – Searching Alternative Nature – Dénes Ruzsa and Fruzsina Spitzer, Hungary, 6m 53s
The Woman Who Owns the Sun – Jo Lawrence, United Kingdom, 5m 46s
Milkomeda – Ati Maier, Germany/New York, 4m 0s
Knock-petal-scissors – Mara Baker and Iddo Aharony, Chicago, 1m 9s
The Calling – Chris Boyd, United Kingdom, 3m 7s
The PavementOpera – Jo Lawrence, United Kingdom, 2m 26s
Music for a Self-Transforming Machine – Aaron Ross, 3m 20s
The invisible lake called telepathy – Elizabeth Leister 5m 5s
Ylem – Jo Lawrence, United Kingdom, 3m 28s
The Space of a Year – Roberto Pugliese, Finland, 10m 51s
Oneiria – Jeroen Cluckers, Belgium, 3m 52s
Vehicles – Matthew Schoen, Canada, 9m 15s
Shapeshifter – Line Katcho, Canada, 5m 36s
Aludel of the Dawn Albedo – David Stout & Cory Metcalf (NoiseFold) & Trio KAZE, États-Unis,10m 45s
Neige – Myriam Boucher, Canada, 10m 45s