Digital Art

Noyce Exhibits Digital Work at the San Diego Art Institute


Noysky Projects is pleased to announce Sean Noyce’s selection in Ephemeral Objects at the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park. The generative interactive piece, “Heat”, is paired with like-minded tech-based artists from the Southern California region, whose work explores the burgeoning mediums of software/algorithmic art, sound art, video art, real time and dynamic data visualization, social sculpture and time-based art. The exhibit was organized by SDAI’s Curator-in-residence, Andrew Horowitz, a Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant recipient.

Participating artists include: Trevor Amery, Banrei, Cooper Baker, Renae Barnard, Sheldon Brown, Lana Z. Caplan, Larry Caveney, Andrea Chung, Francisco Eme, Richard Gleaves, Yelena Gluzman in collaboration with Jen Hofer and Eric Leonardis,Vijay Hingorani, Rich Jones, Tara Knight, Bonnie Lander in collaboration with Brendan Nguyen and Adam Tinkle, Nick Lesley, Xareni Lizarraga, Whitney Lynn, Max Nanis, Margaret Noble, Sean Noyce, Celeste Oram, Micah Silver, Marinta and André Skupin, sosolimited, Suzanne Thorpe, Chris Warren, Shannon Willis, Shahrokh Yadegari and Kathryn Zazenski

A big thank you to Andy Horowitz for including me in the show, Ginger Shulick Porcella for being the artists’ patron saint, friends Channing Sargent and Rachel Mooradian for their support, and of course, Katya <3

Ephemeral Objects

San Diego Art Institute
1439 El Prado
San Diego, CA, 92101


Some snaps from the exhibition:


I loved showing this amazing printmaker some of my work

Lenore Simon, San Diego Art Institute Member and master printmaker, gets acquainted with Noyce and his digital installation

Chatting with Marinta and André Skupin

Chatting with Marinta and André Skupin about the future of digital art

Thank you, Katya

Thank you, Katya