Alex Dodge is selected for the 2016 JUSFC U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Program

Posted on Sep 10, 2015

Alex Dodge is among the five U.S. artists selected to participate in the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission’s 2016 U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Program. “We are pleased to announce a new cohort of the U.S.-Japan Creative Artists Program”, said Paige Cottingham-Streater, Executive Director of the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission. “The program remains a high priority for the Commission as well […]

Drawings featured in Issue 7 of Shift

Posted on Jan 26, 2015

Alex Dodge’s drawings are featured throughout the latest issue of Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture. Shift is an initiative that was created in 2008 by Founding Editors Susan Cahill and Sarah E.K. Smith at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Re-envisioned as a mobile, inter-university project since 2010, this annual online refereed journal […]

Alex Dodge on Brooklyn Research | The Michael Robinson Show AM970

Posted on May 12, 2014

Brooklyn Research co-founder, Alex Dodge, interviewed on the Michael Robinson show AM970 on April 19th. Listen to the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/wnym-tmrs/the-michael-s-robinson-show-4-19-14#t=5:45

Art4d | If technology is human

Posted on Mar 1, 2012

Interview by Kritika Baubusya original article Alex Dodge’s generative series brings together a relationship among art and design, as well as machine and mankind. art4d: You come from a family of artists. Your brother is also an artist isn’t he? What were the visual art influences that you had when you were growing up? Alex […]

Designboom | interactive textiles – symbiosisO: voxel at tribeca issey miyake

Posted on Apr 1, 2012

By Jenny db original article – April, 2012 symbiosisO: voxel interactive textile installation tribeca issey miyake, new york, USA on now through april 28th, 2012 the collaboration of hungarian designer eszter ozsvald, estonian textiles developer kärt ojavee, and american interaction artist alex dodge, ‘symbiosisO: voxel’ is an interactive textile installation, on exhibition at new york’s […]

Surface | SURFACE CELEBRATES THE SYMBIOSISO: VOXEL OPENING WITH TRIBECA ISSEY MIYAKE

Posted on Apr 1, 2012

By THE EDITORS On April 4, Surface and ISSEY MIYAKE USA Corp. held a party for the opening of the SymbiosisO: Voxel interactive installation at the brand’s New York flagship tribeca ISSEY MIYAKE. Sipping cocktails from local distillery White Pike Whiskey and nibbling on sweets from Lady M Confections, guests marveled at the electronic silk-and-ink […]

Coolhunting.com | SymbiosisO: Voxel Thermochromic interactive grids invade Issey Miyake’s Tribeca location

Posted on Apr 1, 2012

By Greg Stefano and James Thorne original article – April, 2012 A bright blue interactive installation has taken over the walls of Issey Miyake’s Tribeca storefront. Composed of grids of hexagonal pads or “voxels”, Symbiosis0: Voxel responds to body heat or “artifacts” left by users who touch its textile surface. Accompanying the physical responsiveness of […]

Printeresting | Alex Dodge

Posted on Oct 29, 2011

by Amze Emmons original article We’ve written about Alex Dodge‘s work since the early days of this blog, one reason is the way he produces visually stunning imagery within a very rigorous internal logic. His latest editions are no less compelling, strange, and beautiful. This artist statement provides some insight into this latest body of […]

ABC | El hombre que se mueve por impulsos eléctricos

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

by Neoteo (ABC.es / Madrid) original article – December, 2010 Un equipo científico consigue transferir de forma automática los movimientos del brazo de un individuo a una segunda persona Leer la actividad eléctrica generada por los músculos del cuerpo humano no es un problema hoy en día, pero, ¿pueden esos impulsos ser transferidos al cuerpo […]

Gizmodo | Real-Life Human Puppets

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

by Matt Buchanan original article – December, 2010 Mind control. The thought that somebody else could control everything you do is kind of creepy. Even in a crude form, as you can see in little experiment from four ITP students, called Human Puppets. [ITP]