Living Gallery: Nick Briz Takes Over UC Monitors as Part of Interrupt This Program

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As part of the Living Gallery Program, Terminal director Barry Jones has curated an on going exhibition of prominent glitch artists to play on the video monitors in the APSU Morgan University Center. Each month a different artist will be featured and will include jonCates, Nick Briz, Evan Meaney, Jon Satrom, Morgan Higby-Flowers, Rosa Menkman, and others.

About Nick Briz:

Nick Briz is a new-media artist/writer/thinker/educator/organizer living and working in Chicago, IL. He is co-organizer and co-founder of GLI.TC/H, an international noise and [dirty] new-media festival/conference/gathering. He also co-organizes Upgrade!Chicago, a monthly art and technology series held at the Nightingale Theater. As an educator He developed and taught courses on new-media art, Internet art + culture[s], remix art + culture[s] and experimental music. He develops digital/web/interactive projects for various clients with Branger_Briz. His work has been exhibited at festivals and galleries around the world including the FILE Media Arts Festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Sydney Underground Film Festival, the European Media Arts Festival in Osnabruek, Germany, and the Images Festival in Toronto, Canada. His video work is distributed through Video Out Distribution in Vancouver, Canada as well as openly and freely on the web.

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