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Daniel Durning

AIR host Daniel Durning. Photo courtesy of Daniel Durning, 2010.
AIR host Daniel Durning. Photo courtesy of Daniel Durning, 2010.

Daniel Durning is an artist who currently lives in New York. His practice lies mainly in the digital media, employing his knowledge of technology to create varied works--static to interactive, two-dimensional to sculptural. He has shown at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art and Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition. Durning organized the Red Hook Film and Video Festival and currently teaches as an assistant professor at Pratt, Long Island University, NY Tech, and CUNY.

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Art & Technology

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Art & Technology is a radio program that investigates how advancements in new technologies are affecting artists and their work.

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Thomas Broadbent

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Artist Thomas Broadbent discusses the process of painting his large-scale watercolors (on display at the Front Room Gallery in an exhibition entitled Adaptation, May-June 2014), and the motivations behind his otherwordly works.

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Red Hook Film Festival 2014

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Curator Daniel Durning and filmmaker Mo Zapata discuss the 2014 edition and the 6th annual screenings in the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition building on Oct. 18-19, 2014. Animation, activism, discussions, sci-fi, drama, beer, hotdogs, and pie.

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Quiet Lunch and Eastmen Collective teamed up with Clocktower to present 1 HOUR TALK, an artist panel featuring the topic of how a casual culture of instant gratification has affected the distribution and overall consumption of art.

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Two artists innovating in scale, concept, materials, and process discuss their work. From pixel painting to Princess phones related to Michelangelo's stones.

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Two artists take us on a tour of their installed work during the Armory Week show in March 2014. Mysock obsessively refines his historically referenced images and robot fantasies, while Loher projects her videos into glass bubbles.

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Peanut Underground/Pirate Utopia

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Lee Wells, Katie Peyton, and Marjan Moghaddam reflect on the disbandment of the Occupy movement and the nearby Art Show. They also discuss an "Anarchist Art Fair" at the Peanut Underground Art Project, which celebrates the gallery's anniversary.

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Fountain Art Fair 2013, Part 2

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Host Daniel Durning "sees" sound waves and discusses the allegorical birth of the universe with sculptors Kate Raudenbush and Joshua H. Knoblick working with laser cut steel on the floor of the Fountain at the Kilowatt Gallery.

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Fountain Art Fair 2013, Part 1

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In this outing of Art and Technology, host Daniel Durning captures the sights and sounds from The Historic Lexington Ave Armory at the Fountain Art Fair 2013. Tune in and listen to the sounds of art and discussions with the artists.

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Artist, media activist and social entrepreneur Paul Garrin shares his experiences working with video artist Nam June Paik and discusses his own art projects and current online enterprises NAME.SPACE and WiFi NY with host Daniel Durning. In 2 parts.

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Scope 2012 Report

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What do painted linear structures, mirror drawings, light tunnels and the new breed of mobile and social applications for the art world have in common? They are all discussed in detail with host Daniel Durning on this edition of Art and Technology.

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Buzz from the floor of the 2011 NYC Art Fair Week, recorded Live at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, artist Gannis discusses art in the age of mechanical reproduction, and Balduc discusses her series "My Life as a Japanese Drawing."

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Artist Yuliya Lanina, who works with animatronic sculptures, animation and mechanized installations, composer Yevgeniy Sharlat, and choreographer Caron Eule discuss Lanina's 2011 NY Studio Gallery show and their collaborative performance project.

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Host Daniel Durning captures the sights, sounds and performances from the floor of The Metropolitan Pavilion during the 2011 NYC Art Fair Week with artists Elin Melberg and David Ellis. Recorded Live at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair 3/5/2011.

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Art & Technology and host Daniel Durning return to AIR after a year-long absence, bringing you the sights, sounds and conversations of 2010's Armory Arts Week. Recorded live at VOLTA NY, one of the many art...

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