Exhibition: “M0N3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US”

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Online Exhibition of Digital & Net.Art.
Date: Online Vernissage 23rd September
Location: http://www.mon3y.us

Organization and Production: M0US310n.net
Founded and directed by Bernardo Villar.

Hapenning & Curated by: “Vasily Zaitsev”

Management and Coordination: Camila Estrada | Bernardo Villar.
Design and Exhibit Installation: M0US310n.net

Online exhibition from M0US310n.net featuring Digital & Net.Art on the subject of Money & Error, put together by anonymous curator “Vasily Zaitsev”:
M0N3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US” proposes to establish connections, dialogues, and new insights into the contemporary art scene around the general topic of MONEY. Around 70 international artists selected with various aesthetic and conceptual approaches who work in fields such as Digital Art, Net.Art, New Media, Interactive Art, Multimedia, JavaScript, Glitch, Video, Online Performance, Animated GIF, and Digital Image.

The theme of MONEY was chosen for its ubiquitous nature by an anonymous identity, a online curator who used the name of a famous Russian sniper of World War II: Vasily Zaitsev, a man that could not be seen and acted afar.

M0N3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US” has a display format that promote aesthetic reception of the digital work, to understand it as a fundamental part of the work. In this display format is highlighted each of the works as an artistic piece.

Artists with works exhibiting are: Rafaël Rozzendal, Paolo Cirio, Anthony Antonellis, Aaron Koblin + Takashi Kawashima, Systaime, Nuria Güell, Martin Kohout, Dafna Ganani, Thomas Cheneseau, Lorna Mills & Yoshi Sodeoka, Jan Robert Leegte, Jennifer Chan , JUST DO IT. Kim Asendorf & Ole Fach Nick Briz, Nicolas Sasoon, Maximilian Roganov, Mitch Posada, Dominik Podsiadly, Ellectra Radikal, Marco Cadioli, Miyö Van Stenis, Miron Tee, Andrey Keske, Gusti Fink, Curt Cloninger, Jon Cates, Aoto Oouchi, Cesar Escudero, Nick Kegeyan, Alfredo Salazar Caro | TMVRTX, Robert B. Lisek, Dave Greber, Addie Wagenknecht, Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Kim Laughton, Ciro Múseres, Paul Hertz, Keigo Hara, José Irion Nieto, Mathieu St-Pierre, Marc Stumpel, Lars Hulst, León David Cobo, Adam Braffman, Jefta Hoekendijk, Vince McKelvie, Benjamin Berg, Guayaco Coco, George Jacotey, THEREisaMAJORPROBLEMinAUSTRALIA, Haydi Roket, V5MT, Fabien Zocco, Adam Ferriss, Yemima Fink, Emilio Vavarella, Geraldine Juaréz, Filipe Matos, Vasily Zaitsev, Erica Lapdat-Janzen, Laturbo Avedon, A Bill Miller, Agente Doble | UAFC, Rollin Leonard, Jasper Elings, Milos Rajkovic, Rozita Fogelman …and more…

http://www.mon3y.us
http://www.m0us310n.net

FASE 4 / Encuentro de Arte y Tecnología

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IUNA en FASE 4 / Encuentro de Arte y Tecnología que se realizará del 11 al 14 de Octubre de 2012. Centro Cultural Recoleta, CABA. Argentina.

CENTRO CULTURAL RECOLETA / CABA
Sala 8
Del 11 al 14 de Octubre de 2012
Visitas: Jueves y viernes de 14 a 21 hs.
Sábado y Domingo de 12 a 21 hs.

CURADORA:  GUADALUPE PARDO

EXPONEN:

MIL POR DIEZ / CIRO MÚSERES / JUAN JOSÉ TIRIGALL / MARíA JOSÉ JARA / MARIANA GRAMAJO / VALENTÍN DEMARCO / SANTIAGO DELFINO / NATALIA GONZA.

CURADORA:  GUADALUPE PARDO

http://centroculturalrecoleta.org/ccr-sp/exposiciones/2012/09/13/fase-4/

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Control Alt Delete (2011)

Exhibitions curated by stratosphere http://rhizome.org/artbase/exhibitions/view/1425/

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Control Alt Delete (2011)

Curated by stratosphere

Humanity has come a long way in its endeavors to gain information and access to a plethora of knowledge through books, television, radio, and more. But with the age of the computer, the ability to attain any kind of information, whether it be a video, music, text document, or more, has become easier and easier. With this access of free information, ranging from literally anything and everything you can think of, comes a lot of control over this information that was not previously possible. Control in the sense that more can be done with this information thanks to the abilities that computers enable us with. Before hand, when the world was without the technological means to control it’s information and media, things took longer and there was a limit to what is possible when accessing these media sources. But with technology ever advancing, we are finding new ways to control our media and information sources for the bettering of our self power. To put it all in a more simple way, we are able to do so much more with computers than previously. While this is a given, I specifically refer to the human race when I say that the computer becomes an extension of our power, granting us sometimes godlike abilities when dealing with certain things. It is this ability to control things at an exponential rate that links these art pieces together. Looking at the first one, titled Untitledocument, we see minimize, maximize, and exit buttons at the top of the piece. This shows how we are able to manipulate our documents to our will. We see things in these pieces such as a mouse, and even the button pad of a digital camera. Both of these objects give immense control to the user of the computer, or camera. With the mouse, we are able to do anything and everything possible on the computer. It is the extension of the hand that allows us to point and click away like gods, able to bring up pages and throw away documents and create and destroy all in a matter of clicks and key presses. Power. A dynamic theme that is represented by these pieces. Looking at the trash can, again, we see the ability to simply destroy rather than create. By looking at ‘Button’, we are given a different type of power than what has been seen in the other four images. With ‘Button’, we are given the power of choice. A power that is indeed associated with that which factors into human existance. It is with choice that we are able to say whether or not we shall create, we shall minimize, or we shall destroy. So all in all, computers give us the ability to ascertain a certain power, but all the power a computer gives us is meaningless without the human power of choice.