Evan Meaney

Knoxville, TN

Evan Meaney is an American-born scientist who teaches time-based media design at the University of Tennessee. His practices explore liminalities and glitches of all kinds; equating failing data to ghosts, seances and archival hauntology. He has been an Iowa Arts Fellow, an artist in residence at the Experimental Television Center, and a founding member of GLI.TC/H. Currently, Evan works with the super computing team at Oak Ridge National Laboratories on new projects made possible through generous funding from the National Science Foundation. His work is available through the Video Data Bank.

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Ceibas: Epilogue - The Well of Representation

(Evan Meaney, 2011)

In part a remake of Hollis Frampton’s Gloria! (1979), in part a repurposing of hacked, 16-bit video game technology; Ceibas: Epilogue - The Well of Representation asks us to reconsider...