Vanguard Visions @ Cyberlab

Vanguard Visions @ CyberLab was an ongoing exhibition of artworks that explored multimedia and related technologies as tools of artistic expression. The program was a partnership between Ericsson CyberLab NY and Vanguard Visions.

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Artists selected for CyberLab NY exhibitions:

Ken Butler

A multimedia musician and artist who creates hybrid musical instruments from everyday objects.

Meghan Boody

A multimedia artist experimenting with the placement of computer chips in industrial piping to serve as time capsules to be tapped by the viewer.

Gisela Gamper

A fine art photographer working with digitally manipulated images reproduced as large format Iris prints.

Kathryn Greene

A digital multimedia artist working with light and reflection in three-dimensional forms.

Ray Rapp

A video artist creating installations that transform the way we view video as an art form.

Tom Moody

A visual artist creating original computer-generated designs through the manipulation of messages between the computer and the network printer.

Vanguard Visions @ Cspace

Cspace was a special program located in the Atrium of Citicorp Center in Midtown Manhattan. The Atrium is a public space surrounded by 3 levels of retail stores. Vanguard Visions produced a year-long series of vanguard artists whose work with multimedia performance, installations and new technologies offered the public an awareness of work transforming the relationship between art, culture and the public. The name Cspace was created as a way to identify the space . . . Citicorp space, cyberspace, creative space and community space. Conceptually, Cspace was the intersection of artistic, public and commercial space. Vanguard Visions’ relationship with Citicorp’s atrium offered unique possibilities for shifting the paradigm of what we consider to be public art.


The series focused on Multimedia Performances, Sonic Art Installations, Video Installations, a Vanguard Lecture Series.


Artists whose work was selected for performance and exhibition in 1998 included: Ken Butler, Chrysanne Stathacos in association with Creative Time Inc. and Lombard/Fried Gallery, WE (DJ Olive, Lloop, Once 11), Van McElwee in association with Hugo de Pagano Gallery, David Gamper and Straylight (Jason Finkelman, Geoff Gersh, Charles Cohen).


Special thanks to Ilana Dreyer, former Vice President of Retail Operations at Citicorp.


Special thanks and appreciation to Felicia Pollaro Caruso, Marketing Manager at Citicorp Center.

Thanks to Kathryn Wendt, intern extraordinaire.