Between: new media works by Rachel Clarke
November 11 - December 14, 2009
The Reynolds Gallery presents Between, a fascinating multi-media installation of solo works by CSUS Professor Rachel Clarke, and collaborative works, with audio composition and design by M. Azevedo on view Nov. 11 - Dec. 14.
Between is a multi-media interactive installation that investigates ideas about art, identity and technology. The gallery space is transformed into our home, and our personal pasts are staged using sound and video. As a new media artist, Rachel Clarke combines digital and traditional media within her installations to interweave themes of nature and culture. Her work has been exhibited internationally and throughout the United States.
Rachel Clarke is Editor-in -Chief of the New Media Caucus international journal, Media-N, and is Associate Professor of Electronic Art at California State University, Sacramento.
M. Azevedo studied art history and currently works at the Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento. His is a music technology specialist working in audio recording and technology.
University of the Pacific, "Between: new media works by Rachel Clarke" (2009). Reynolds Gallery Exhibits Archive. 77.