Art Meets AI Algorithms | Columbia News

Janice K. Johnson

What was your career path to becoming an industrial engineer and a professor? I started as a Wall Street quantitative analyst instead of going for a postdoc. Years later, I became a hedge fund manager, and utilized pattern recognition and statistical signal processing techniques for spotting mispricing and statistical arbitrage. […]

MAKING A MARK: Fred Cuming 1930-2022

Janice K. Johnson

I was so sorry to see in the NEAC Newsletter that Fred Cuming died in June.  I very much recommend that anybody who admired his work takes a look at the Obituary about him on the gets on the NEAC – Remembering Fred Cuming (plus others below). His landscape paintings were […]

Best Tips To Achieve a Modern Home Style

Janice K. Johnson

Making a house look modern. Elegant elements are some of the best tips to achieve a modern home style Art, beautiful lighting fixtures, exquisite furniture, and elegant elements are important for achieving a modern ambience. These are some of the best tips to achieve a modern home style with simple […]

This San Francisco-based art collective founder just wants to “make stuff”

Janice K. Johnson

FoldHaus is a San Francisco-based art collective that builds large-scale, interactive sculptures at the intersection of art, engineering and technology. Inspired by nature, they draw upon the distinctive folding patterns of origami for their pieces. Co-founders Jesse Silver, a chief product officer at Headspace, and Joerg Student, as well as the collective’s members, are […]

Rachel Strum’s “Interference.” Opening on July…

Janice K. Johnson

Opening on July 23rd, 2022 at Hashimoto Contemporary in New York City is artist Rachel Strum’s solo exhibition, “Interference.” “Interference” showcases abstract paintings and sculptures that transcend the limitations of time and space. With the interplay of materiality through oscillating depths of color and substrates, organic and geometric forms commingle within […]