Using technology to research time and the atemporal.
Ralske's video installations and performances are created exclusively
with his own custom software. His work has been exhibited
internationally, including at the Guggenheim Bilbao, Los Angeles Museum
of Contemporary Art, and the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art.
programmed and co-designed the 9-channel video installation that is
permanently in the lobby of the MoMA in NYC. In 2003, his work received
First Prize at the Transmediale International Media Art Festival in
Berlin, as a member of the video ensemble 242.pilots. He is also the
author/programmer of Auvi, a popular video software environment in use
by artists in 22 countries.
Kurt is the recipient of a 2007 Rockefeller Foundation Media Arts Fellowship.
Kurt resides in New York City. He is Visiting Professor of Digital Art at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,
and is on the faculty of The School of Visual Arts, NYC, in the MFA Computer Art Department.
Contact: Kurt.Ralske (at) Gmail.com