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R. Luke DuBois interviewed in The New York Times JANUARY 2014

Major interview ahead of publication of first monograph

The groundbreaking artist, composer and performer R. Luke DuBois is interviewed in The New York Times, ahead of the first major book on his career, published this month to accompany the exhibition of his work at the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida.

DuBois works in a variety of media including generative video art that employs data-mining technology in eye-catching ways. The New York Times article by Hilarie M. Sheets discusses a number of his works, including his inventive video portraits of Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, and his sound and video piece Pop Icon: Britney, which according to the newspaper 'tweaks the concept of a religious icon in our fame-obsessed culture'.

The exhibition, R. Luke DuBois - Now, opens on January 31 and runs till May 4. The book of the same title is published now by Scala. The article is online now and will appear in a print version in the New York edition of The New York Times on Sunday January 12.