Tim Tate @ the Fuller Museum

>Artist Tim Tate will have artwork featured in Brockton’s Fuller Craft Museum in a groundbreaking show titled “The New Materiality: Digital Dialogues at the Boundaries of Craft”, which will run from May 29, 2010 thru February 6, 2011.

Curated by Fo Wilson, The New Materiality: Digital Dialogues at the Boundaries of Craft steps beyond the boundaries that currently exist among technology, art, and craft. The artists in this exhibition use new technologies in tandem with traditional craft materials – clay, glass, wood, metal and fiber – to forge new artistic directions.


Tim Tate
Longing For A Hundred Years
14x6x6 Blown and cast glass, electronics, video
Video is of a sound test from Thomas Edison. First video image of 2 men dancing ever captured.

Digital video and audio, computerized design, and other technologies are viewed as new materials to be exploited, manipulated and co-opted to enrich artistic expression. The New Materiality: Digital Dialogues at the Boundaries of Craft examines this phenomenon and its impact on the world of contemporary craft.

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2 thoughts on “Tim Tate @ the Fuller Museum

  1. >Very excited about the upcoming exhibition curated by Fo Wilson but would like to gently point out that Fuller Craft is in Brockton, MA. Boston is only 22 miles to the north and easily accessible.

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