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Andrew Haik Demirjian Reception

The event takes place at the Clocktower Gallery in Tribeca on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 6pm, no admittance after 7pm. RSVP is required to

Andrew Haik Demirjian is a media artist who explores relationships between consciousness and environment through non-fiction audiovisual production. He combines computer programming, conceptual art practices and musical forms to create systems that dynamically grow and change based on user input or self-reflection. The work draws upon his experience as a filmmaker and musician and uses juxtaposition and categorization in place of conventional narrative arcs. For his residency open house Andrew will be showing multi-channel excerpts of the Grand Canyon work as well as recent iPad interfaces for experimental documentaries and javascript text pieces.

The studios of Richard Garet and Heather Dewey-Hagborg will be on view along with long term exhibits and our newly restored galleries. New exhibitions in those galleries open Feb. 5, 2013.

This event will also feature a one-night-only sound performance/installation by Icelandic artists Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir & Indridi Arnar Ingólfsson.

Andrew Haik Demirjian

The media artist unveils new works and experiments with brainwaves, Javascript, multi-channel sound, interfaces, and location recordings as he continues to explore the world between consciousness and environment. By appointment 212-233-1096.

Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir & Indridi Arnar Ingólfsson

Icelandic artists Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir & Indridi Arnar Ingólfsson have had an unofficial residency in one of the studio rooms of the Clocktower, which they've opened up for an visual/audio installation of their creative fusion.