Posts tagged with : Chloe Higginbotham
  • Oct 13th 2016

    Galia Binder and Chloe Higginbotham Present Work of Project pARTicIP-ATE at DEEP Conference

    DMS MFA Candidate Galia Binder and MFA grad Chloe Higginbotham will present at the DEEP Conference–Designing Enabling Economies and Policies in Toronto on October 13 and 14, as part of Project pARTicIP-ATE.
    In the Summer of 2016, an interdisciplinary team from the University at Buffalo directed by Jeff Higginbotham and co-directed by Josephine Antsey, amongst others, premiered a unique experiment in art practice and disability studies research—Project pARTicIP-ATE:  ARTistic experience, InterProfessional Education and Access through Expressive Technology.


  • Apr 19th 2016

    Chloe Higginbotham presents QUANTITY TIME, April 29, April 30 and May 1

    quantity time poster

    Chloe Higginbotham presents her MFA Exhibition, QUANTITY TIME :: Restorative Reflection on Time Spent with Technologies, April 29, April 30, May 1 from 5:00-8:00PM at Dreamland, 387 Franklin St., Buffalo NY. Take a moment to recharge and connect with your personal technologies in a therapeutic environment.

    This performance/experience based installation is made possible by Dreamland and the Techne Institute .

    See for more information.

  • Jan 4th 2016

    Chloe Higginbotham exhibits at Indigo Gallery

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    MFA candidate Chloe Higginbotham will exhibit QUALITY TIME: In loving memory of time spent with the television at Indigo Art Gallery January 10-17, with an open discussion on relationships with and around television(s),  January 10, 2-4pm.

    Indigo Gallery | 47 Allen St | Buffalo NY, 14202

  • Sep 21st 2015

    Chloe Higginbotham exhibits as part of the Spatial Film Series at The Tank, NYC, 9/25/15

    brain dead

    MFA Candidate Chloe Higginbotham will exhibit BRAINDEAD, an experiential video installation on Friday September 25, 9:30pm, at The Tank, 151 West 46th Street, 8th Fl. New York, NY 10036. 


  • May 13th 2015

    MFA Graduate Students Exhibiting at La Panacée, Montpellier, France


    UB Department of Media Study MFA Graduate Students are exhibiting at La Panacée, Montpellier, France as part of the Global Snapshot exhibition May 15-May 24, with satellite opening celebration on May 15 from 12:00-3:00 PM at Canalside, Buffalo.

  • Apr 23rd 2015

    SHORT STORY LONG THAW :: graduate exhibition presented by the Department of Media Study

    Screening | Installation | Performance | Interaction
    to rouse you out of hibernation

    Opening: Saturday, April 25, 5pm-9pm
    Screening: 6pm-7pm
    at Sugar City, 1239 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY


  • Apr 20th 2015

    Chloe Higginbotham and Sean Feiner perform as part of Phantom Vibrations exhibition


    MFA-PhD graduate students Chloe Higginbotham and Sean Feiner

    will perform with dead technologies and memorialized digital legacies

    as part of

    Phantom Vibrations

    April 23 – May 16, 2015
    Department of Art Lower Gallery
    Center for the Arts, B45

    Opening Reception
    Thursday, April 23, 5:00-7:00 pm


  • Nov 11th 2014


    THIS WEEKEND: Undark:: a one-act play premiers at Sugar City’s temporary space – 1250 Niagara St. Buffalo, NY. Featuring the combined efforts of many local artists, including several DMS graduate students– Eric Coombs, Lydia Cordero-Campis, Chloe Higginbotham, Adam McFillin, Sergio Nieto, and Eliseo Ortiz.
    Visit , check out the event listing on Facebook , and see below for more information. Tickets are first come first serve and space is limited!


    a one-act play by Rachael Katz

    November 14-16, 2014 at Sugar City’s temporary location-1250 Niagara St., Buffalo, NY

    Friday and Saturday: 8:00 PM 

    Sunday: 5:00 PM

    Tickets: $5 at the door

    Vignettes that explore the catastrophe looming behind every great act of affection and the scientific imagination.

    This collaborative production brings together the directorial debut of Eric Coombs, film and video work by Sarah Biagini, an original score by Adam McFillin with live accompaniment by vibraphonist Andrew Mallon, and costuming and makeup effects by Chloe Higginbotham. Undark is a fabulist consideration of the fraught human relationship with technology featuring a cast and crew of talented local artists producing work across disciplines. We are thrilled to invite you to experience Undark at the new Sugar City.