Integrated Media student wins Emerging Digital Artist Award

 

Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 2:00pm

Third-year Integrated Media student Colin Rosati has won the inaugural Emerging Digital Artist Award (EDAA), sponsored by Equitable Bank. The competition’s judges agreed unanimously that Rosati’s work, Autocidal After Image, fulfilled all the award’s criteria, most notably in its relevance to “the digital” as both a technological tool and a user experience.

In addition to his studies at OCAD University, Colin is a Toronto-based multimedia artist. He works with 3D modelling, the visual programming language Max MSP, single and multi-channel video and interactive installations.

Colin received the EDAA at a reception held at the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall on October 30. Autocidal After Image will become part of Equitable Bank’s modern and contemporary art collection, and will be displayed in the bank’s head office (30 St. Clair Ave W., Suite 700, Toronto). From November 6 to December 12, Colin’s winning art is on view at OCAD U’s Xpace Cultural Centre.

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Colin Rosati. Autocidal After Image (still 1)
Colin Rosati. Autocidal After Image (still 2)
Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 2:00pm

Third-year Integrated Media student Colin Rosati has won the inaugural Emerging Digital Artist Award (EDAA), sponsored by Equitable Bank. The competition’s judges agreed unanimously that Rosati’s work, Autocidal After Image, fulfilled all the award’s criteria, most notably in its relevance to “the digital” as both a technological tool and a user experience.

In addition to his studies at OCAD University, Colin is a Toronto-based multimedia artist. He works with 3D modelling, the visual programming language Max MSP, single and multi-channel video and interactive installations.

Colin received the EDAA at a reception held at the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall on October 30. Autocidal After Image will become part of Equitable Bank’s modern and contemporary art collection, and will be displayed in the bank’s head office (30 St. Clair Ave W., Suite 700, Toronto). From November 6 to December 12, Colin’s winning art is on view at OCAD U’s Xpace Cultural Centre.