Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

This collection includes documentation of exhibitions, installations, artwork and other related materials from the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in Salt Lake City, Utah.


1994-1995 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
1994-1995 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
The Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight, Fellowship Finalists in the Visual Arts., TIFF image scanned at 3600 dpi from the original using a Plustek 8200i scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
1994-1995 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
1994-1995 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
The Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight, Fellowship Finalists in the Visual Arts., TIFF image scanned at 3600 dpi from the original using a Plustek 8200i scanner. PDF created with Adobe Acrobat.
1997 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
1997 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
The Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight, Fellowship Finalists in the Visual Arts., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
1997 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
1997 Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight
The Utah Arts Council: A View of Eight, Fellowship Finalists in the Visual Arts., TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. PDF created with Adobe
All American: Defining Ourselves in a Time of Change
All American: Defining Ourselves in a Time of Change
As a nation, Americans look continually to our heritage, beliefs, and daily rituals to define ourselves as a culture. Yet our national identity is complex, and it is difficult to characterize a people by any one symbol, ethnicity, or boundary. All American: Defining Ourselves in a Time of Change features 13 contemporary artists whose work evokes a vital dialogue, whether with patriotic pride or cautious skepticism, about the icons and traditions that define us. These artists, working in a variety of media, incorporate history, ideologies and symbolism into their art as a means of exploring what it means to be an American. Exhibition held in the Main and Projects Gallery spaces. Eric Beltz; Jerry Bleem; Joe Compean; Brian Dettmer; Gajin Fujita; Jacqueline Goss; Scott Greiger; Patrick Lichty; Tracy Linder; Larry McNeil; Robert Reynolds; Brad Slaugh; Steven B. Smith., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Analogital
Analogital
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital. Specifically the notion analyzes the forms that emerge from our culture’s conversion from film grain to computer pixel. However, more broadly the term identifies a perceptual evolution in the human experience and its mediation. In the mid-seventies at the University of Utah, innovators made breakthrough developments in early computer graphics and virtual designs like the “Utah Teapot”, experiments that would lead to the founding of Pixar and early pursuits of digital reality. Eventual media such as ASCII, ProTools, Nintendo Entertainment System, CAD, gifs, jpegs and above all the Internet opened a multiverse of possible ways to render, perceive and copy the world around us. Social networking interfaces, video game systems and reality television additionally provide new avenues through which communication, behavioral learning and interaction occur virtually or with mediated remove. Analogital is about artists analyzing this science-fictional relationship existing between technology and the human condition., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Analogital
Analogital
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital. Specifically the notion analyzes the forms that emerge from our culture’s conversion from film grain to computer pixel. However, more broadly the term identifies a perceptual evolution in the human experience and its mediation. In the mid-seventies at the University of Utah, innovators made breakthrough developments in early computer graphics and virtual designs like the “Utah Teapot”, experiments that would lead to the founding of Pixar and early pursuits of digital reality. Eventual media such as ASCII, ProTools, Nintendo Entertainment System, CAD, gifs, jpegs and above all the Internet opened a multiverse of possible ways to render, perceive and copy the world around us. Social networking interfaces, video game systems and reality television additionally provide new avenues through which communication, behavioral learning and interaction occur virtually or with mediated remove. Analogital is about artists analyzing this science-fictional relationship existing between technology and the human condition., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Analogital
Analogital
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital. Specifically the notion analyzes the forms that emerge from our culture’s conversion from film grain to computer pixel. However, more broadly the term identifies a perceptual evolution in the human experience and its mediation. In the mid-seventies at the University of Utah, innovators made breakthrough developments in early computer graphics and virtual designs like the “Utah Teapot”, experiments that would lead to the founding of Pixar and early pursuits of digital reality. Eventual media such as ASCII, ProTools, Nintendo Entertainment System, CAD, gifs, jpegs and above all the Internet opened a multiverse of possible ways to render, perceive and copy the world around us. Social networking interfaces, video game systems and reality television additionally provide new avenues through which communication, behavioral learning and interaction occur virtually or with mediated remove. Analogital is about artists analyzing this science-fictional relationship existing between technology and the human condition., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.
Analogital
Analogital
Analogital is an exhibition of international artists who engage with concepts generated from the transitional space between analogue and digital. Specifically the notion analyzes the forms that emerge from our culture’s conversion from film grain to computer pixel. However, more broadly the term identifies a perceptual evolution in the human experience and its mediation. In the mid-seventies at the University of Utah, innovators made breakthrough developments in early computer graphics and virtual designs like the “Utah Teapot”, experiments that would lead to the founding of Pixar and early pursuits of digital reality. Eventual media such as ASCII, ProTools, Nintendo Entertainment System, CAD, gifs, jpegs and above all the Internet opened a multiverse of possible ways to render, perceive and copy the world around us. Social networking interfaces, video game systems and reality television additionally provide new avenues through which communication, behavioral learning and interaction occur virtually or with mediated remove. Analogital is about artists analyzing this science-fictional relationship existing between technology and the human condition., Digital image files converted from Raw file format to TIFF using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.