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A spacesuit model poses in a new private spacesuit developed by inventing team Ted Southern and Nikolay Moiseev of Final Frontier Design. The spacesuit was unveiled at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center in New York City on July 16, 2010.

 
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November 2009 S.W.L. Pressure Gloves

The Spacesuit Gloves project is an attempt to digitally refine and experiment with flat patterns for pressure tight gloves.  The vacuum of space and micro-atmospheres of nearby planets require a safe, lightweight and highly functional pressure tight spacesuit for human exploration.  With gloves as a starting point for the development of a hermetic full body suit, Ted Southern is digitally developing sophisticated flat patterns which, when inflated, allow a full and easy range of motion for the human body in all its variability.  Outer layers for thermal and ballistics protection will also be refined using Eyebeam's facilities.

Pressure tight gloves will be on display interactively, in a vacuum chamber glove box at Eyebeam, and positively inflated for demonstration and test purposes.

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Scott Kildall is a cross-disciplinary artist working with video, installation, prints, sculpture and performance. He gathers material from the public realm as the crux of his artwork in the form of interventions into various concepts of space.

He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Philosophy from Brown University and a Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago through the Art & Technology Studies Department. He has exhibited his work internationally in galleries and museums. He has received fellowships and awards from organizations including the Kala Art Institute, The Banff Centre for the Arts, and Turbulence.org.

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Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese have collaborated together as Ligorano/Reese since the early 80’s. They use collaboration to blend diverse talents into a singular voice and vision. They use unusual materials and industrial processes to make their limited edition multiples, videos, sculptures and installations, moving easily from dish towels, underwear, and snow globes, to electronic art and computer controlled interactive installations. Many of their sculptures and installations reinterpret and reexamine older forms of technology—using objects that signify truth, authority and manifest cultural historicity.

In 2001, they launched www.pureproductsusa.com, the online retail website for their infamous political art series the Pure Products of America. They are best selling editions at Printed Matter, artbook@ps1 and the New Museum store and have prompted, at least on one occasion, the RNC to threaten them with copyright infringement.

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Diana Eng is a fashion designer who specializes in technology, math, and science. Her designs range from inflatable clothing to fashions inspired by the mechanical engineering of biomimetics. In 2005, she was a designer on Season Two of the Emmy nominated hit TV show, Project Runway. She won Yahoo Hack Day in 2006 along with her two-team mates for designing and creating a blogging purse in less than 24 hours. She has worked as an assistant designer in research and development at Victoria’s Secret. She is the author of Fashion Geek: Clothes, Accessories, Tech. Her work has been featured in exhibits both in the U.S.

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Rebekah Rutkoff is an artist and curator living in Brooklyn. Her work in photography and video art has been shown internationally. In 2001 she co-founded the Jaraf video art screening series in New York City. She is at work on an ongoing project that blurs the line between art-making and curatorial practices entitled Color Therapy for Oedipal Conflicts.

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Carlos J. Gomez de Llarena was born in Caracas, Venezuela. He is engaged in exploring the ways in which digital media influences social relationships working with diverse tools including space, video, sound, networks and programming. His work has been shown in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas, Ars Electronica, ResFest, The BitScreen, The Dallas Video Festival, galleries and raves. He currently lives in New York, where he also performs as a VJ in places like Remote and FUN.

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Marie Sester is a French artist living and working in New York City. She began her career as an architect, having earned her master's degree in architecture from the Ecole d'Architecture in Strasbourg, France in 1980. She works as a media artist exploring ways societies implement forms, focusing primarily on the idea of transparency, visibility and access. Her interactive installations typically create an immersive experience for the viewer/participant.

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Jacqueline Goss references narrative and documentary traditions in her work. For the past six years she has been presenting experimental video works internationally at venues such as the New York Video Festival, the Rotterdam Film Festival, Women with Vision at the Walker Art Center and the ISEA Conference in Nagoya, Japan.

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