Golan Levin’s work focuses on the language of interactivity: verbal, vocal, and visual. He has exhibited at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Kitchen, The Whitney Biennial, all in New York; Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria; The Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei, Taiwan; The InterCommunication Center in Tokyo, Japan; and the Neuberger Museum in Purchase, New York, among other venues. His funding credits include The New York State Council on the Arts, The Rockefeller MAP Fund, The Greenwall Foundation, and the Arts Council of England. Levin is an assistant professor of electronic art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
Observation as Interaction: Eye Contact Systems
Observation as Interaction: Eye Contact Systems is a series of large-scale artworks that return a viewer’s gaze. Comprising everything from wall pr…
EventsOct 05, 11
Golan Levin exhibits "eyecode: Works by Golan Levin" at the the Beall Center at University of California IrvineJul 24, 11 Mar 01, 09