Mark Ramos, "Motherboard"
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Motherboard is comprised of fabric circuit boards embroidered with electrically conductive thread and patched together as a quilt. The circuit board patches send signals to a program that generates a virtual quilt. This piece addresses the traditional craft of quilting as new media art. Motherboard digitally archives and re-contextualizes memories.

January 24th - February 21st
Opening reception held on Tuesday, January 24th from 5pm - 7pm as part of the Oxford Fiber Arts Festival and Pop Up Oxford.

Mark Ramos is a Brooklyn-based new media artist. His work is often concerned with using digital technology as an intermediary to explore the intangible. Mark is constantly inspired by technology’s ability to make visible, audible, or thinkable that which is normally hidden. He is currently an adjunct faculty at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and at Hudson College. You can also find him playing drums for various bands in Brooklyn.
www.markhramos.org
contact: 1415 University Avenue, Suite L, Oxford, MS, 38655 / 662-612-4730 / e-mail