The Electronic Art Gallery’s mission is twofold. Firstly, the gallery is a venue for professional and student artists to showcase their work. The gallery will focus on artworks that explore the wide-ranging mediums and concepts found under the umbrella term of “digital art.” Secondly, the gallery’s offerings are intended to demonstrate a dedication to the cultural enrichment of Colorado State University’s students and the local Fort Collins community.

The Electronic Art gallery encourages experimentation through the presentation of works in a wide variety of formats. This can include but is not limited to exhibitions, performance, outreach, and related educational programming.


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“Are You Connect?” – Karl Erickson

Artist Talk and Exhibition Opening Thursday, November 7th @ 6pm

Exhibition is on view November 7th, 2019 through January 16th, 2020 and is open Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm.

The gallery is located in room H112 in the Visual Arts Building @ Colorado State University”I make videos, performances and collages centering on abstract narrative themes of transformative experiences, self-betterment and environmentalism. I am interested in how belief systems are built, and how those systems lead people to take certain approaches through the world. A current series of videos I am making is about aliens and UFO cults. The concept of extraterrestrials and of “the alien” posits what it means to be something else. My videos present these modes of otherness as starting point, putting the viewer into the position of witness to this connected alienation. I use techniques of motion graphics and the aesthetics of abstract painting to make my videos hypnotic and engaging to viewers on a sensory level. My videos and collages are built from a variety of sources, are highly saturated, heavily textured, and purposefully distressed. The combination of sources and the hand-made quality reinforce that the works are constructed, manipulated images. The apparentness of the facture of the works is analogous to the way world-views are constructed, piece by piece from disparate references. Through this repetition of bricolage, I trace how individual and societal identities are constructed and how they can be moved forward to an advanced way of being.”

MFA from California Institute of the Arts

BFA from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.


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“Digital Folding”
The Artwork of Elisabeth Pellathy

April 1 – May 1 2019 – Opening April 1, 5:30pm – Artist Talk, April 1, 6:00 pm

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February 28 – March 20, 2019
Opening February 28, 6:00 pm

Artist Talk, February 28, 7:00 pm






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Eric Souther: “Entangled Ecologies”

ARTIST TALK: October 24th @ 5pm – Eric Souther
EXHIBITION: October 22 to November 14  2018
Eric Souther is a video and new media artist whom draws from a multiplicity of disciplines, including anthropology, linguistics, religion and critical theory.

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Kristin Reeves:”Reanimating Media Cadavers [What Is That Feeling]”

October 2 to November 4 2017
Kristin Reeves has shown her interdisciplinary work internationally in museums, galleries, theaters, art events and festivals such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn; Crossroads Film Festival, San Francisco; Antimatter [Media Art] Festival, Victoria; European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrück; Revelation Perth, Australia. She was awarded the 2016 Indie Grits Film Festival Helen Hill Memorial Award for Body Contours and she is a Signal Culture Artist in Residence. Reeves has also collaborated in over 20 live multimedia projects staged in performance venues such as Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago; The Boiler, Brooklyn; The Granoff Center, Providence.



Kristin Stransky: “BODY LANGUAGE”

June 30 to July 27 2017
JULY 28 4:30 pm
Kristin Stransky creates engaging and often playful artworks focused on social interaction, gender socialization and cultural expectations. Her artworks range from wearables and 3D printing to interactive art and installations. She is featured as a Westword “100 Colorado Creatives” and has participated in multiple interviews, articles, and conferences including ISEA and NMC at CAA.


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February 20 to April 15 2017

Michael Salmond is a digital designer, new media artist, writer and educator.
He is currently Associate Professor of Digital Media Design at Florida Gulf Coast University, FL, USA.

His art and design work focus on videogames, travel and hybrid culture. His book, “The Fundamentals of Interactive Design” published by AVA/Bloomsbury was released in March of 2013.

His most recent book ‘Videogame Design: Principles and Practices from the Ground up’, was published in 2016.

Michael is currently finished a new book which focuses on Videogame Level Design

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Nikolas Kasinos

November 3 – 28 2016 Opening November 3,  5 -7 pm
Nikolas is a filmmaker, visual artist & performance maker
born in Cyprus and currently based in Berlin. He is the co-founder of OUROBOROS where he currently works as Director/Producer and one of the artists/curators of RELAPSE collective.

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Victoria Bradbury:
Assay // Heresay

March 25 to April 15 2016
Opening March 31 5:00 -7:00 pm
Artist Talk: April 6, 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Electronic Art Classroom
Victoria’s website is here.
Victoria Bradbury is a media artist weaving programming code, physical computing, body and object.


 Alan Perry: Virtual Memory

February 1 to February 29 2016
Opening and Artist TalkFebruary 5th 5-7 pmAlan’s website is here.Alan Perry is not married to any one photographic process- the fine-art photographer,…works with whatever process the project lends itself to



 Heidi Eversley, KendraFleischman
Lotta-Pia Kallio, Richard Eversley

ARTIST TALK and CLOSING :  November 20th, 2015 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Electronic Art GalleryThese artists are part of Curious TV – a motion arts gallery “without walls”. The focus is on art that has been created via digital motion methods and technology.

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Glenda Drew – Mecha Motion

Glenda Drew is an artist and designer whose research and practice centers on making art that supports social change through an inventive and often playful approach. From scratch-n-sniff trading cards to Viewmaster reels, Drew uses the language of media and technology to create messaging with social implications and encourage social change. Glenda’s site is here

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Thanks to a generous Lilla B. Morgan Grant and the support of the Department of Art and Art History, the Electronic Art Area will be hosting a lecture series for the 2018-2019 calendar year!


Siew Wai Kok –

RESCHEDULED DUE TO SNOW : Lecture on Wednesday, April 10th 


Screening of Siew Wai Kok’s  work KLEX  in Denver at Alamo Drafthouse in the 12th, time TBD

Siew‐Wai Kok has a deep passion for the avant-garde, improvisational and experimental arts. She feels that it is important to embrace the variety of unique expressions in the arts, especially not to discriminate works that are lesser known or that challenge conventional codes and expectations. After moving back to Malaysia in 2005 and realizing the lack of alternative voices in the local art scene, Siew-Wai has decided to devote her time and energy mainly as an artist-organizer. She set up SiCKL (Studio in Cheras Kuala Lumpur), an alternative artist collective with her peers, and organized many DIY video screenings and music events since then. She was the co-festival director of Sama-sama Guesthouse Mini Alternative Art Festival 2010, a no-budget art festival; and co-curator of the music programme in Notthatbalai Art Festival 2007. Siew-Wai’s most committed role is as the co-founder, co-curator and festival director of the Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film, Video & Music Festival (KLEX) since 2010. Through KLEX, she is actively connected with the international experimental art communities, and has shown her curated screening programmes in Belgium, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam and USA.

In addition to her curatorial work, Siew-wai has shown videos, performed and presented her works in Asia, Europe, Canada and USA, including Nimman Film Festival (Thailand), Singapore International Film Festival, Asian Meeting Festival 2015 (Japan), RRRec Fest (Indonesia), Asian Film & Video Art Forum (South Korea), Asian Experimental Video Festival in Hong Kong, Video Art Attack! (Belgium),  International Film Festival Rotterdam, Les Rencontres Internationales (France),  solo exhibition & performance in Beyond/In Western New York Biennial (USA) and many moreSiew-Wai is currently teaching at the Faculty of Creative Multimedia, Multimedia University, Malaysia.


FALL 2018 Electronic Art Lecture Series Artists:

Wednesday, September 12th – Artist Lecture: Laura Conway 

DESCRIPTION: Laura Conway is an animator, video artist, and performer. She plays clarinet, sings poorly and embraces all things amateur. She is the co-founder of the global analogue tape corporation BorpCorp.
Wednesday, October 24th – Artist Lecture: Eric Souther
DESCRIPTION: Eric Souther is a video and new media artist whom draws from a multiplicity of disciplines, including anthropology, linguistics, religion and critical theory. His work takes many pathways, which includes single channel video, interactive installation, projection mapping, and audiovisual performance.
Thursday, October 25, 2018 – Discovery After Dark: Live Experimental Media Art
DESCRIPTION: Join us in the OtterBox Digital Dome Theater at Fort Collins Museum of Discovery to experience live, real-time cutting-edge live experimental media performances. Featuring internationally exhibiting artists Mark Amerika, Eric Souther, Debora & Jason Bernagozzi, and David Fodel.
Wednesday, November 14th – Artist Lecture: Adan De La Garza & Jenna Maurice
DESCRIPTION: Originally from Tucson, Arizona Adán De La Garza holds a BFA in Photography from the University of Arizona and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practices from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Jenna Maurice received her MFA from UC Boulder’s Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practices and her BFA from Watkins College of Art & Design in Nashville, Tennessee.
Laura Hyunjhee Kim –  Tuesday, February 5th @5pm, F101, Visual Arts BuildingLaura Hyunjhee Kim is a Korean-American multimedia artist who blends and bends pop cultural tropes and creates digitally fabricated experiences that respond to networked twenty-first century sentiments. In recent projects, she thematically researches on emerging trends and patterns in consumer-grade technology to speculate on the underlying (non)human dreams and desires.
Stacey Stormes – Wednesday, March 6th @5pm, Visual Arts BuildingExploring body, consciousness, and connection to environment, Stacey Stormes works across mediums including video, installation, gif, and photography to create visual metaphor. Her research and writing delves into art as social practice as well as theories surrounding the mediated body (work that exists within intersections of body and new media art). She recently developed an online course on Arts of Resistance for USF and has presented her research on the mediated body in Brazil for the Computer Art Congress 4. She earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Printmaking from the University of South Florida and Masters of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts and Media from Columbia College Chicago. She is a member of the faculty in the Arts Department at Aurora Community College where she teaches Digital Photography.