Moma aquires 3rd Vitiello Piece

June 21, 2015

Kinetic Imaging has just learned that Professor Vitiello’s Frogs in Feedback (2002) which was recently presented at American Contemporary in New York City, was purchased from that gallery by the Museum of Modern Art.

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Visiting Artist: Scott McCloud

June 20, 2015

In partnership with the Department of Communication Arts and with sponsorship from VCUarts and VCU Libraries, Kinetic Imaging is proud to present legendary comics artist and theorist Scott McCloud, at 7PM on April 6th in the Grace Street Theater.

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Eyeworks Festival Returns to VCUarts

June 19, 2015

The Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation returns to Richmond for the second year on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

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It’s All Happening

May 28, 2015

Adjunct Professor, Nathan Altice features prominently along with KI alumni Ruthie Edwards and Tyler Rhodes in this local Style Weekly article on the success of RVA Game Jam‘s Ludum Dare event.

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Visiting Artist: Pamela Z

October 17, 2014

On Monday, November 3 at 6PM the Kinetic Imaging department will host performance artist Pamela Z at the Shafer Street Playhouse (thanks Theater Department!).  

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Recent press for Vitiello’s research

September 25, 2014

In June we learned that the Smithsonian American Art Museum would be acquiring Professor Stephen Vitiello’s work, World Trade Center Recordings: Studio View for their permanent collection and the piece will be featured there in an upcoming exhibition of media art in the Spring of 2015.

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Art + Science = Genius

July 11, 2014

Professor Vitiello is spending part of his summer at the University of Virginia’s Mountain Lake Biological Station.

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KI alum, Ali Miharbi has Vienna exhibition

July 7, 2014

2010 MFA alumnus, Ali Miharbi has a show at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna as part of his residency at Quartier21.

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Video Synth Performance at MIT

May 22, 2014

Here are two great shots from Professor Vitiello’s performance at MIT last week with Scanner that showcased Kinetic Imaging’s video synthesizer. Live video processing was conducted by MIT’s Madeleine Gallagher using our equipment.

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