Boston Cyberarts Special Projects, a series of ongoing projects, offer arts exhibitions, music and dance events throughout the year.

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Up Now at the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion (between State St. & Atlantic Ave.) is Phases by Sophia Brueckner and Catherine D’Ignazio

Phases is a new generative art installation by Sophia Brueckner and Catherine D’Ignazio, created for the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion located in Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway. The Pavilion is the Welcome Center for the Boston Harbor Islands national park area. Starting Monday, July 8th and running only after sunset, the animation renders moonlight sparkling on ocean waves receding into the nighttime darkness. It is purposefully reminiscent of the condensed landscapes in early computer games where the complexity of nature is distilled into such a small number of pixels, analogous to modern difficulties in reducing complex real-world environments and situations into simple metrics computers can understand.

We See Each Other All The Time:

A Study in Ubiquitous Communication

by Dana Moser and Nita Sturiale

April 11 – 20, 2014

Opening Friday April 11, 6 to 8pm

Open Saturday and Sunday 11am to 6pm

Boston Cyberarts Gallery announces today its opening of We See Each Other All The Time: A Study in Ubiquitous Communication by Dana Moser and Nita Sturiale on April 10, 2014.  The installation features the two artist-colleagues as they embark on a month long daily ritual of information exchange using various methods of analog and digital communication.  The exhibition’s opening reception is Thursday, April 10, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA.

Click here for exhibitions.  141 Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Located in the Green Street T Station on the Orange Line. 617-522-6710


April 23rd: Computer Preservation and Digital Arts Museum Panel

Participate in the founding of a new computer museum in the Boston area. The goal of this museum is to document and preserve this area’s unique contributions to the development of many areas of computing over the last fifty years. This panel will discuss what is possible and worthwhile for the museum in the digital arts and for computer preservation. Come and join the discussion.

When: Wednesday, April 23rd, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green St.,  Jamaica Plain, MA
Presenters: Terrence Masson, George Fifield, Jeremy Grubman, and Mary Hopper
Free event
RSVP to . Space is limited.


The Boston Cyberarts Festival was the first and largest collaboration of artists working in new technologies in all media in North America, encompassing visual arts, dance, music, electronic literature, web art, and public art. From the first Festival in 1999 to the last in 2011, thousands of artists exhibited, performed and entertained hundreds of thousands of festival goers. Please visit the Festival Archive for highlights of the past festivals.

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