2017, Jersey City, NJ – Hudson County Community College (HCCC) Department of
Cultural Affairs is presenting a collection of interactive works in the
exhibition “Future Reboot.” The exhibition may be viewed now through Oct. 3 in
the Benjamin J. Dineen, III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery, which is located on the
top floor of the HCCC Library Building at 71 Sip Avenue in Jersey City – just across
the street from the Journal Square PATH Transit Center. The exhibition has been timed to coincide
with the opening of the College’s new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics) Building at 263 Academy Street in Jersey City on Tuesday,
The Future Reboot exhibit, coordinated by
HCCC Associate Professor Jeremiah Teipen, challenges viewers to rethink their
relationship to the changes in both natural and human-made environments, and to
each other. The multimedia works on
display create new meanings to scientific, mathematic and technological
Meng Chih Chiang
, a Taiwanese digital
designer, data artist and writer based in New York. Her artwork,
“A Stranger to Words,” has been recognized with
many top honors, including Red Dot Award, Macao Design Biennial Award, The
Lumen Prize, Adobe Design Achievement Award, and Google Chrome Experiments, and
has been featured in exhibitions throughout the world.
, a Brooklyn-based media artist whose
work explores analog and digital technologies. Park was the recipient of the
“Best Project” in the 2014 DUMBO Arts Festival.
His work has been featured and/or exhibited at ABC News, BBC News,
Continent, Gizmodo, SciArt, World Trade Gallery, Contemporary Art Fair NYC, and
is a media artist based in Brooklyn.
Ramos works with the mediumsof
physical computing (using computers to sense and react to the physical world),
software programming and digital sculpture to create interactive, installation
pieces that facilitate encounters with one’s own uncertain digital
futures. He has exhibited in New York City and San Francisco.
is a New York-based
interdisciplinary artist and educator born and raised in Iran. Rostami received her MFA from Brooklyn
College (CUNY). Her work embodies themes often inspired by personal narratives
through mediums of performance, installation, drawing, and painting. Her work
has been exhibited in the United States, Iran, India, Spain, Germany, Austria
originally from Indiana, now resides
in Brooklyn. He is an Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Hudson County
Community College. He has received several awards and grants, including grants
from Asian Cultural Council, SIGGRAPH, Seoul Foundation of Arts & Culture,
and Arts Council Korea. He has exhibited his work
in the United States, Japan, Spain, and South Korea.
a media artist of Korean-American
heritage creates “poetic narratives with trans-cultural icons such as corn, red
ginseng, and national workout routine” that incorporate 3D video, video
projection taping, and digital photo printing.
Reception for “Future Reboot” has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 26 from
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and an Artist Talk will take place on Tuesday, October
3 at 3:30 p.m.
J. Dineen, III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 8
p.m. The exhibits at the Gallery are
open to the general public, and there is no charge for admission.