MoMA—Talk to Me roundup

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)’s Talk to Me exhibition is halfway through its run. If you’re in the New York area drop in before the show closes on November 7th. The exhibition includes two Stewdio works. The first is Exit (2008), an immersive data animation created in collaboration with architecture studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Warning Office, et al. (See also Talk to Me: Exit.) The second Stewdio piece included in Talk to Me is Windmaker (2007), an ambient weather widget that applies local wind conditions to live websites. (See also Talk to Me: Windmaker.) More after the jump…

Tue. 20 Sep 2011
Tags. interview, press

Unmooring—Stewdio in Print

Writer and musician Justin Sullivan has penned an article about me titled Unmooring—Stewart Smith’s quiet critiques in Print Magazine’s Identity Issue (Volume 65.5, October 2011, page 85). This special issue of Print was guest designed and coedited by the superb Dutch design studio Metahaven who also contributed several articles on the theme of Identity. You can order a physical copy, download the PDF version, or visit your local magazine shop. —Stewart

Mon. 19 Sep 2011
Tags. music, playlist

Stewdio music on Studio Music

Studio Music is a blog that “provides an insight into the creative process of visual practitioners, through the music that they listen to whilst working.” (Text from their About page.) And today they’ve posted my current top ten countdown complete with little anecdotes per song. (The direct link is Because a lot of these tracks have a nice music video visual component I’ve posted YouTube embeds here along with the original text. —Stewart More after the jump…

Premiering today: trans_actions

Our new collaboration with Robert Gerard Piertrusko and Bernd Lintermann premieres today at the opening reception for The Global Contemporary: Art Worlds After 1989 in Karlsruhe, Germany. trans_actions is a panoramic data visualization that illustrates the dramatic increase in the number of biennales of contemporary art and the rapid expansion of the art market following the end of the cold war. Visitors enter a large panoramic projection room bathed in animated data representing artists, curators, biennales, and market fluctuations. (Panoramic video projection, 8192 × 1024 at 25 fps. Approximate running time twenty-five minutes.) Click here to view the trans_actions project page.

Fri. 16 Sep 2011
Tags. interview, press

Muyricotodo* interview

Miguel Neumann has just posted his interview with me (translated into spanish) titled Stewdio: teletransportación bovina desde Londres. Very excited to be included. —Stewart

Tue. 13 Sep 2011
Tags. interview, press

Afterword Interview

Just a quick post to point to an interview: Stewart Smith on Afterword.