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Jason Salavon

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Craig Ahmer, Dick Ainswoth, Josephine Anstey, Anna Anthropy, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Tamas Kemenczy and Ben Babbitt), Bally, Annette Barbier, Geoffrey Allen Baum, Nancy Bechtol, Natalie Bookchin, Nick Britz, Rachel Bronson, Barry Brosch, Drew Browning, Lief Brush, Charlie Chaplin, Glen Charvat, Carolina Cruz-Neira, Jan Heyn Cubacub, Jeffery Daniels, Sumit Das, Greg Dawl, Tom DeFanti, Chip Dodsworth, Margaret Dolinsky, Cardboard Computer (Jake Elliott, Jamie Fenton, George Francis, Janine Fron, Jackbox Games, Petra Gemeinboeck, Azadeh Gholizadeh, Copper Giloth, Marientina Gotsis, Rylin Harris, John Hart, Chris Hartman, Alex Hill, Louis Kauffman, Chris Kemp, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, Ya Lu Lin, Josephine Lipuma, Doug Lofstrom, Sara Ludy, Richard Mandeberg, Todd Margolis, Stephan Meyers, Midway, Keith Miller, Phil Morton, Dan Neveu, Rick Panzer, Dave Pape, Beth Cerny Patiño, Stu Pettigrew, Dana Plepys, Tim Portlock, Sabrina Raaf, Sticks Raboin, William Robertson, Jason Salavon, Dan Sandin, Ellen Sandor, Richard Sayre, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Mimi Shevitz, Brenda Lopez Silva, Bob Snyder, Laurie Speigel, Essanay Studio, Barbara Sykes, Jim Teister, Gunether Tetz, Diana Torres, Joseph Tremonti, John Tsui, Jane Veeder, Siebren Versteeg Williams, Raul Zaritsky at Gallery 400 November 1st, 2018 - December 15th, 2018
Posted 12/2/18
As a student enrolled in UIC College of Liberal Arts during the 1970's, I hadn't the foggiest idea that video history was being made only steps away. I was peripherally aware of the Art & Architecture Building, but it was "Image Union," the WTTW public TV station anthology program showcasing new video art, which gave me my first inkling. "Chicago New Media 1973-1993" gave me a welcome second look. The show brought cinematography to mind, the art of composing scenescapes in feature films,... [more]
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Jason Salavon at Eight Modern June 18th, 2010 - July 25th, 2010
Posted 6/27/10
        Eight Modern is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition with Jason Salavon.   This will be the artist’s first show at Eight Modern. One of the leading practitioners of computer-based art, Salavon uses software of his own design to capture and transfigure data and images drawn from popular culture, art history and contemporary lived experience. The resulting videos and photographic prints often obscure the distinctiveness of their sources while revealing the visual architecture... [more]
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Jason Salavon at Tony Wight Gallery March 13th, 2010 - April 10th, 2010
Posted 4/5/10
      Jason Salavon’s ongoing solo show at Tony Wight Gallery finds the artist probing his signature conceptual territory but in subtly different ways.  Mr. Salavon uses imaging programs and computing power to statistically analyze large volumes of images looking for characteristic patterns. For instance, one series of digital prints from 2010 presents volumes of Old Master portraiture superimposed atop each other. The result for Rembrandt [Portrait (Rembrandt), 2010] is a luminous cloud... [more]
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