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Born Magazine at Flash Forward in Seattle

posted by Scott Benish on December 20, 2005

Byron just restored my username (lost in the big server switch) and I'm back for my bi-yearly post. This time with a bit of Born Magazine news:

Born's art director, Gabe Kean, witll be speaking at Flash Forward in Seattle on March 1st, 2006. Full details after the link...

"Flash on Display" - Born will be at Flash Forward in Seattle

Come see Born's art director Gabe Kean speak at Flash Forward in Seattle on March 1st, 2006.

Registration/event info: www.flashforwardconference.com
Born is also a resource partner for the Flash Forward conference, with plans for an on-site installation.

"Flash® on Display" presentation by Gabe Kean of Born Magazine and Gabe Kean Design
Washington State Convention & Trade Center
Room 6B: Wednesday, March 01, 2006 (10:30 AM-11:45 AM)

See what happens when Flash technology is applied to interactive environments, and the results of connecting Flash to sensors, projectors, cameras, TVs, and mirrored displays.

Award-winning exhibit/interactive designer Gabe Kean will demonstrate how he uses Flash to bring experiences to life in physical spaces.

He will demonstrate his approach to projects including:

-"Greenwood Space Travel Supply," interactive art installations at 826, Seattle's peculiar space travel retail and tutoring center (now open for business).
-"Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion," acclaimed exhibit at Bumbershoot in Seattle (September 2005)
-"Help Wanted: Collaborations in Art," Born Magazine's interactive exhibit (www.bornmagazine.org/helpwanted) in Seattle (March-April 2005)

Additionally, he'll present his approaches to museum exhibits, interaction atop the Space Needle, and creating collaborative spaces in corporate environments.

Born Magazine is an organization dedicated to the evolution of the creative process. Born facilitates collaborations between artists and writers from around the world to create experimental, rich-media storytelling projects. These projects are published quarterly at www.bornmagazine.org

With an array of contributing editors, writers, artists, designers, programmers, and musicians, Born's staff has organized and published over 300 collaborative works since 1997.

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