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0 to 60: The Experience of Time through Contemporary Art

April 9, 2012.      Co-organized by the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) and the Penland School of Crafts, 0 to 60: The Experience of Time through Contemporary Art, is a collaborative, cross-disciplinary exhibition that explores the intersection of time with art, craft, and design. As part of this major exhibition, Dan Bailey is one of four artists selected to do a month long residency at Penland creating a two-part site-specific installation tentatively entitled, Looking Up | Looking Down. The bulk of this work will happen during the summer of 2012. In addition, Dan will be creating similar works for  the […]

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Infrared Clouds Penland Mowed Path
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Dan Bailey Bio

Dan Bailey is Professor of Visual Arts and the Director of the Imaging Research Center at UMBC, Baltimore, Maryland.  His teaching and research straddle the areas of animation, interactive media, and time-based media.  Bailey is also a second-generation fine art photographer and has been working with the panoramic image for most of his career.

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Dan Bailey Shadow at Delicate Arch
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About: Bubbling to the Surface

About: Bubbling to the Surface

Fine art panoramic photography has been a continuing but quiet interest of mine.  My father, Oscar Bailey, was a recognized photographer who specialized in panorama photography and used cirkuit cameras developed by Kodak in the early 1900s.  My own work in digital animation and interactive media frequently requires full 360 panoramas as backgrounds or environments.   All of this has been fermenting in the background and in the last 5 years has finally bubbled to the surface.

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Curriculum Vitae (Selected)

Curriculum Vitae (Selected)

 Click Here to Download pdf of Dan Bailey’s Curriculum Vitae (Selected) 2012  

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Contact

Contact

Dan Bailey Imaging Research Center, ITE 101 UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 410-455-3373 bailey@umbc.edu

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