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Monthly Archives: February 2009

Interfacing/Radiotopia/Keyworx

27-Feb-09

Interfacing/Radiotopia/KeyWorx consists of one space that has no images and has only sound, and one space that has no sound and only images. They are connected both physically and via the Internet.

Flatlandia

27-Feb-09

Our social environment is becoming more of a composition of images and objects and less a complex of spatial configurations and architecture. Flatlandia uses a taxonomic approach for finding and naming examples of ‘image spaces’ in cities. The documentation is being collected, organized and linked together within a searchable database system. Location, point of view, author, image type, and contents of the image are some properties used to create associations between the material. The visual information is then used to generate hypothetical actions, recipes or ‘codes’ for ways to ‘play’ the city.

SisterO Trinity

27-Feb-09

Networked Spaces

27-Feb-09

Time_Place_Space

27-Feb-09

Time_Place_Space is a national initiative that aims to challenge, invigorate and strengthen the area of hybrid arts practice in Australia, with an emphasis on performance. Research and development opportunities are developed alongside broader strategies that acknowledge the need for networks and structures to enable a sustainable arts practice.

AFK

27-Feb-09

AFK, short for ‘Away from Keyboard’ is part of a vocabulary of abbreviated messages commonly used during online chats and cellular phone exchanges. In 2002, Michelle Teran and Isabelle Jenniches, then living in different cities, started ‘texting’ each other by constructing (SMS) messages out of found materials in front of public webcams on beaches around Southern California and throughout the city of Toronto.

2.4_Interference_Interaction

27-Feb-09

A series of public interventions took place at different locations throughout the city of Toronto.

Business owners within selected city areas were asked to participate by allowing me to take over the televisions located on their premises, replacing broadcasts from CNN, MTV and ESPN with live video images from the street.

The Playgirls

27-Feb-09

site-specific performance and installation in collaboration with Amanda Ramos Link to project website

Stereotactic

27-Feb-09

A live video mixing performance where the elements of a video jam are deconstructed and then reassembled. The audience participates in the performative action.

Hot Wired Live Art 2 – Airwaves

27-Feb-09

A live worklab project used to devise networked environments through the process of collective experimentation. HWLA2-Airwaves was a co-production with the Banff New Media Institute (BNMI), Banff, Canada.