The Bret Llewellyn Gallery is proud to announce a new exhibition by Binghamton artist Brian Murphy, who participated in an IEA residency in March of 2016. This exhibition features multi-channel projections, hand modified cathode ray tube televisions, books and anaglyph 3D video that explores ecstatic possession and the fabrication of conflict using video, archival film, [...]

Joseph Scheer presenting a book by former student Aodi Liang (MFA, 2016) and the process he used in its creation

Alfred University Trustees Eric (’69, B.A, M.A, Chairman and Founder of Phillip Jeffries) and Susan Bershad visited the Institute for Electronic Arts during a Trustee Weekend on October 21st, 2016. During their visit IEA co-director Joseph Scheer gave them a tour of the IEA’s facilities and work and publications by past artists in residence. Joseph [...]


Early One Morning, a solo exhibition by IEA artist Roberley Bell will be opening on September 9th, 2016, at the BT&C Gallery in Buffalo, NY. Early One Morning will include both sculpture and photographic work by Bell, who is best known for her sculptural and installation work that creates a dialogue between our interior and [...]


The Institute for Electronic Arts is currently accepting applications for one week, New York State artist residencies for Electronic Media and Film projects. Applications for this opportunity are due by August 19th, 2016. For more information and to apply please go to our Application page.

Kyle recording with a wearable that would vibrate based on frequency imput

Kyle Marler, a member of the artist collective FLATSITTER out of Buffalo, NY, joined us over the week of June 27th for an artist residency in our time media program. Kyle is the artistic director of FLATSITTER, an interdisciplinary collaboration that incorporates video, software programming, performance and installation. FLATSITTER’s artistic works nurture a perception of [...]

Experimenting with layout for prints and books

The IEA welcomed Joan Logue of New York, NY, for a week long residency focused on Video Portrait series. Joan, who essentially created the concept of video portraits in 1971, has traveled worldwide creating video portraits of individuals of all walks of life that have been displayed in installations, what she calls video portrait galleries, [...]


Roberley Bell, of Batavia, NY, took part in an artist residency at the IEA over the week of June, 13th, 2016. Roberley, a sculptor by trade, has held over twenty single-person exhibitions of her work nationally and internationally and has taken part in just as many fellowships and residencies. Currently reaching at the School of [...]


Brooklyn, NY, artist Eto Otitigbe took part as an artist in residence over the week of June 2th, 2016. Eto, polymedia artist whose practice includes sculpture, performance, and installation, seeks to investigate issues of race, technology, politics, and human interaction. Earning an MFA in Creative Practice from the Transart Institute (2012) and participating in the [...]

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Jeremy ‘Mores’ McWreath joined us from Brooklyn, NY, for an artist residency across the week of May 23rd. Mores, a graduate of the University of Southern California who currently serves an adjunct professor at Cooper Union, sees his work as building self-contained worlds that both offer up a mirror to our contemporary society and present [...]


Joseph Hildreth, of Potsdam, NY, visited the IEA for an artist residency over the week of May 16. Receiving his MFA from Pratt Institute in printmaking and painting, Joseph has has a storied career including distinguished professor of SUNY Postdam and the art curator of the SUNY system at the galleries of the State University [...]

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