U-Ram Choe (Korean, born 1970), “Jet Hiatus,” 2008, Scientific name: Anmorosta Cetorhinus maximus Uram, stainless steel, acrylic, circuits, synthetic resins, acrylic paint, CPU, LED board, motor, approximately 35″ x 7.25′ x 33″ / 88 x 222 x 85 cm , edition of 5, collection of Jonathan Carroll, Courtesy of bitforms gallery, New York. © U-Ram Choe
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Flow, Just Flow: Variations on a Theme
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- WRIR interview with the curator
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- The Collegian, University of Richmond student newspaper, features “flOw.”
- Richmond Arts Review interviews the curator of the exhibition
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- Kellee Santiago, videogame innovator, speaks to WRIC TV8 (Richmond, VA) about “flow” and videogame design.
- Nathan Cushing for the RVA News interviews Kellee Santiago, videogame innovator. Cushing says “Most people go their entire lives avoiding a public row with Roger Ebert. Kellee Santiago isn’t one of those people.” Read more about Santiago and her upcoming talk on Monday, January 28, 7 to 8 p.m., Camp Concert Hall, Modlin Center for the Arts, University of Richmond.