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Artist In Residence: Katarina Hoeger Generated Images of Ossining Workshop
September 16 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Note location: Joseph G. Caputo Community Center (95 Broadway, Ossining, NY 10562) — Music Room
Katarina Hoeger will walk participants of this workshop through the process of generating an image that looks almost painted from code. She will discuss creative coding, pointillism, the basics of the process, and some of the steps she takes to manipulate the output of the process with her own images. Participants should bring their own laptop and an image of Ossining that resonates with them. Basic typing skills are necessary for the successful completion of this workshop. Images are created, any participants who chose to will be given the opportunity to display their work with the rest of the group’s images.REGISTER
During her residency, Katarina Hoeger will continue exploring the possibilities arising from images reconstructed using pixel data. During this exploration she plans to collect stories and pictures of Ossining and use a sequence of computer-generated images depicting her collection to show her changing understanding of and relation to Ossining over the course of her residency. The technique Katarina uses to reconstitute images is relatively new, so the end result will provide insight into the value of choosing to use this technique.
Katarina Hoeger is an intermedial artist whose works often heavily use code. She is currently using her practice to investigate the relations, physical, social, environmental, and more that are part of existing in a particular body in a specific space. Katarina Hoeger has recently had work exhibited in Lord Hall Gallery in Orono, Maine. She was an active board member and organizer at Music Community Lab / Monthly Music Hackathon NYC until 2019. Katarina Hoeger anticipates graduating from University of Maine in August 2022 with an MFA in Intermedia. She lives in White Plains, NY.
Residencies and programs at Bethany Arts Community are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor’s office and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts Westchester, and numerous individual donors.