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13th International Symposium on Electronic Arts Exhibition @ South Hall
13th International Symposium on Electronic Arts Exhibition
Written by Michela Pilo   
Jun 14, 2006 at 12:32 PM

Made Possible by Comerica

South Hall is an impressive outdoor tent structure that encompasses 80,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space, located behind the Convention Center (435 South Market St., San Jose, CA 95113.) Here the juried exhibitions for the themes of Pacific Rim, Community Domain, Transvergence, and Edgy Products are installed. Additionally, the exhibition space includes two lounge areas and two centers: the Education Lounge and the Media Lounge, Call Center and City Center. The Education Lounge will display a project created by 20 San Francisco Bay Area and 20 international teen groups led by a highly-experienced international moderator, and the Media Lounge is an area for media specific artworks and live feeds of other activities in the city. Call Center and City Center are two main connectivity portals for artworks happening throughout San Jose. The stage area for artist presentations and related ISEA2006 Symposium events is also located in South Hall.

Comerica, one of the nation’s top 25 financial services companies, is the lead underwriter and sponsor of South Hall, the main exhibition area of ZeroOne San Jose: A Global festival of Art on the Edge and the Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA2006).

Last Updated ( Aug 06, 2006 at 04:34 PM )
Smart Design Meets Art/Design at ZeroOne Festival
Written by Steve Dietz   
Aug 16, 2006 at 10:23 AM

Smart Design Creates South Hall Exhibit Space for ZeroOne San Jose: A Global Festival of Art on the Edge & the Thirteenth International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA 2006)

Working with a minimal budget and maximum innovation, Smart Design's team lead by Margeigh Novotny, Director of Interaction Design, created a space with high visual impact but low environmental impact. The exhibit was constructed of ready-made systems that would be remodeled and repurposed after the event. Steve Dietz, curator of ZeroOne, commented, "Smart Design took a vast and 'placeless' space in the South Hall and created a dynamic and human experience for our attendees. It was a remarkable transformation."

Last Updated ( Aug 16, 2006 at 10:59 AM )