TV of Tomorrow Show 2010

The TV of Tomorrow show, where I installed Daniella Steinsapir’s work Moon Diaries last year, is back this week with another artists’ showcase.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission St. at 3rd
Wednesday March 3rd from 6 to 7pm.

The artists’ reception will be in the Forum room of the main building.

The TV of Tomorrow Show, (, the leading global conference for the interactive television (iTV) industry, will be held March 3‐4, 2010 in San Francisco at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Now in its fourth year, the conference, produced by InteractiveTV Today [itvt], will bring the latest in multiplatform technology and content issues to the forefront in dynamic panel discussions, keynotes, debates and a technology showcase.

One local artist at this show is new media artist Mary Franck, showing her work Gaze.

Gaze is projected video of an eye with live video keyed into the pupil that disconcertingly follows movement and finds faces. Gaze explores new possibilities of the gaze through digital technology: the work is viewing the viewer, suspending the subject/object dichotomy. The effect is a juxtaposition of intimacy and surveillance and evokes a specter of technological consciousness.