The Evolution of Silence, Version 1 was included in the SIGGRAPH 2014 Art Gallery Exhibition, ‘Acting in Translation’ (curated by Basak Senova), in Vancouver, Canada in August 2014, curated by Basak Senova.
The works in the exhibition theme explored alternate meaning, approaches to knowledge, and critical technological experience. I gave a talk at the conference, SIGGRAPH 2014 Art Gallery Talks on August 12, 2014, which was published in Leonardo Journal Vol. 47, Issue 4, 2014. Special Siggraph Issue.
Art, Design, Research: Rachele Riley
Technical Consultant: Danniel Gaidula
Archival photos, maps, documents and artifacts are courtesy of the DigitalGlobe Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, United States Geological Survey, National Nuclear Security Administration, Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation, Las Vegas News Bureau, Cahlan Research Library (Nevada State Museum), Special Collections Library at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, Nuclear Testing Archive, National Atomic Testing Museum, National Archives, and Library of Congress.
The Evolution of Silence was recognized as an Official Honoree in NetArt by The 18th Annual Webby Awards (2014).
+ GRANTS AND SUPPORT
This project has been made possible in part with grants from:
University of the Arts in Philadelphia
University of North Carolina Charlotte
Hatchfund (USA Projects) Open Match Fund
Special thanks to all who contributed to the funding of my project, and especially to my Hatchfund supporters:
Lisa M. C. Joven
JoAnne R. Baron
Je Seok Koo
Jan C. Almquist
Eleanor J. Edgett
Debby and John Hanrahan