AstroDime screening in Mexico City

AstroDime presented a draft of INtransit V.6: “scientific american/La America Cientifica screening in Mexico City on May 25, 2010 at Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana. Amanda, sam, and Bebe went and represented, with our first draft bilingual translation of this special journal issue. We met up with Sandra and Ilana and spent many wonderful evenings in La Condesa, D.F. at a great youth hostel. We had great conversations on art and science with Ilana, Sandra,  and Sandra’s husband, Pedro over mezcal and beers.

Bebe, Sandra, Ilana, sam, and Amanda before the screening

There’s probably too much to say at this point..except that I will follow up with a post and details. We were deeply honored and got a tremendous amount of feedback from the audience, students and some faculty after the screening. I’ve included a shot below of the University courtyard, which was the former convent of a very radical poetry writing nun, Sor Juana.

Courtyard of the Universidad

Here’s a portrait of Juana Inés de Asbaje y Ramírez de Santillana (her full name)

Portrait of Sor Juana by Miguel Cabrera

More to come..thoughts and ideas for future journals.

-sam smiley

AstroDime at Axiom Gallery

On April 15, 2010, we showed INtransit V.6 as part of the New Media Curious Film Series at Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media, in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.

Art and Technology in New England blogged about us!

ATNE links artists, businesses, non-profits and academic institutions working in art and technology. Their web site is http://atne.org.

Here’s a full link to the interview in Art and Technology in New England.

http://atne.org/blog/curious-scientific-americans-go-to-the-movies/