I’m guest blogging for the Art21 blog this week and recently published my first post: A Better Ghost [Interview w/ Evan Meaney]. I’ll be posting a few more interviews like this one on their blog throughout the week.
- Evan Meaney is an artist, curator and educator currently teaching time-based media design at the University of Tennessee. His practice dives into the “liminalities and glitches of all sorts, equating failing data to ghosts, seances and archival hauntology.”At the moment Meaney is hard at work experimenting with the super computing team at Oak Ridge National Laboratories as well as preparing for this years GLI.TC/H noise and new-media gathering. He is also just about to release his Ceibas Cycle DVD, a series Meaney has been working on for the last five years.