Virtual Berlin Wall wins top Cyberarts award
"Virtuelle Mauer/ReConstructing the Wall" (pictured) by Teresa Reuter and Tamiko Thiel” at the Goethe-Institut Boston won the $3,000 Grand Award, the top prize, in this year’s Boston Cyberarts Festival.
The awards were announced (pdf) last night at the 2009 Cyberarts Gala at IBM Research in Cambridge. Two $1,000 Merit Awards went to “Inherent Tendencies Toward Disorganization” by Daniel Phillips at Judi Rotenberg Gallery and "Children of Arcadia” by Mark Skwarek, Joseph Hocking, Arthur Peters, and Damon Baker at the Cambridge Arts Council Gallery.
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