Patrick Aievoli - Untitled

1:00, 2011, Experimental
Prof. Aievoli is a full time faculty member at LIU/Post Campus and has been the Director of the Interactive Multimedia Arts graduate program since 1999. The program is constructed to be interdisciplinary in nature but focuses on the development of all new media art & design and technology. The IMA program ( http://www.liu.edu/svpa)is entering its thirteenth year in Fall 2012. Its faculty boasts some of the NYC areas leading new media talent as well as in the digital video, audio and conceptual art domain.  Patrick has been a full time academic since 1989 when he left his position as Senior Designer, Print Promotion at the McGraw-Hill Book Company. In this capacity Patrick helped in the creation of McGraw-Hills first CD-ROM "Encyclopedia of Science and Technology" in 1987. Although a dedicated academic he is still involved in the new media arena and has consulted for some of the metro areas largest new media companies.

My work today is basically an homage to Duchamp and Rauschenberg. Now I look on the Internet for ready mades instead of the trash, although very similar. I follow the work of Mark Napier, Camille Utterback and Lisa Jevbratt with great interest.

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