Project Update, May 28

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 28. May, 2009 | 78 Comments

Now that the selections have been made, the next stage of the Windows Project will focus on fabrication and installation of the pieces.  Each of the selected artists will spend the next few weeks refining their concepts and making practical decisions regarding materials and construction. Last week, the project management team including Anne Cofer, Jaime […]

Dean's Design Prize

Dean's Design Prize

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 73 Comments

An additional proposal by internationally renowned artist and sculpture professor Margie Hughto was selected to receive a special Dean’s Design Prize. She and her four assistants will install the work on a wall along the first floor hallway of Hinds Hall.

Connectivity – Window 1, Room 027

Connectivity – Window 1, Room 027

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 45 Comments

by School of Architecture undergraduate Thomas Day Three crystalline forms representing content, technlolgy, and people come together in the form of a web of connectivity.  Information is the common thread that connects these areas, and give them their form. Excerpt from artist’s proposal: These three towers of plexiglass will shimmer in the light during the […]

Hovering Nodes or Sunray Moire – Window 2, Room 027

Hovering Nodes or Sunray Moire – Window 2, Room 027

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 50 Comments

by School of Architecture Assistant Professor Clare Olsen Clare’s peice is meant to capture the generative, emergent and anticipatory nature of the iSchool reserach and study.  The work is meant to interact the natural processes of weather and seasonal change. Excerpt from artist’s proposal: The installations are designed to not distrac attention from the daily […]

Video Imagery Piece – Window 3 Room 020

Video Imagery Piece – Window 3 Room 020

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 49 Comments

This signle-channel, multi-layered video piece will project information and imagery from within the iSchool and around the world. Excerpt from the artist’s proposal: Considering the traditions of video history in Syracuse and the iSchool’s progressive approach of utilizing technology for the study of information, our proposed artwork is a single-channel, multi-layered video piece. As discussed […]

Espalier – WINDOW 4 or 5, Room 018

Espalier – WINDOW 4 or 5, Room 018

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 86 Comments

by VPA School of Art and Design Associate Professor Errol Willett Errol’s work examines man’s attempts to control, order, and stand apart from nature.  Errol’s work is made with clay, slip and stain.  Errol has expressed interest in using experimental materials to best use light and color in the window well space. Excerpt from artist’s […]

Installation – Window 4 or 5 Room 018

Installation – Window 4 or 5 Room 018

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 71 Comments

by VPA School of Art and Design part-time Assistant Professor Gail Hoffman This installation consisting of cast figures attached to 3-5 thin steel rods jutting out from different angles from the window well’s two side walls. Excerpt from the artist’s proposal: In my work I deal with metaphors and time. I envision this window space […]

Installation – Window 4 or 5 Room 018

Installation – Window 4 or 5 Room 018

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 71 Comments

by VPA School of Art and Design part-time Assistant Professor Gail Hoffman This installation consisting of cast figures attached to 3-5 thin steel rods jutting out from different angles from the window well’s two side walls. Excerpt from the artist’s proposal: In my work I deal with metaphors and time. I envision this window space […]

Miscellaneous – Window 6 Room 010

Miscellaneous – Window 6 Room 010

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 18. May, 2009 | 80 Comments

by VPA sculpture graduate student Darcy Van Buskirk This project consisting of the word “miscellaneous: cut from chrome plated 1/8” steel.  The word was chosen because it defines ambiguity and relates directly to the organization of information. Excerpt from the artist’s proposal: “Language is a ubiquitous quality of human existence.  Not only is language manifested […]

Syracuse iSchool announces winners of its Windows Project

Syracuse iSchool announces winners of its Windows Project

Posted by in Windows Project Winners on 15. May, 2009 | 73 Comments

The School of Information Studies (iSchool) has selected six art installations to fill the spaces in the ground floor window wells of Hinds Hall, moving the iSchool’s Windows Project one step closer to completion. An additional proposal by internationally renowned artist and ceramics professor Margie Hughto was selected to receive a special Dean’s Design Prize. […]