Year Zero One presents: the Splash Page Project: Kelly Mark

Year Zero One presents: the Splash Page Project
May 1 - July 1 2003 : Kelly Mark

We are pleased to present "I Really Should…" by Kelly Mark. Please
visit to view the work. To see more of Kelly
Mark's work, please visit her website at

"I Really Should…" utilizes text which Kelly has been working
with since 1996. Kelly first began this project in order to poke fun
at herself and to comment on her increasingly obsessive tendencies.
However, this work is not limited to being simply autobiographical in
nature. The tendency towards procrastination, whether it involves
doing those things we have always wanted to, improving self-perceived
character flaws or the mind numbingly repetitive tasks of everyday
life, surely this proclivity is universal whatever the personal
circumstance. So little time, so much to do…

Year Zero One has offered its splash page as an exhibition space for
artists that will operate on a bimonthly basis. A selection of
Canadian and international net.artists have been invited to show
their work in this forum. The Splash Page Project launched on Feb. 1,
2002 with a piece by net.artist Mouchette. The Project is curated by
Michelle Kasprzak.

Year Zero One is an on-line artist run centre which operates as a
network for the dissemination of digital culture and new media
through web based exhibitions, an extensive media arts
directory/bulletin, and the Year01 Forum - an electronic art journal.