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From: "sachiko hayashi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 8:24 AM
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: new release
> NEW RELEASE:
> LAST MEAL REQUESTED
> net art, 2003, flash player required
> Last Meal Requested investigates our human history through three incidents
of the last 15 years - the Halabja massacre of 1988, the beating-up of
Rodney King in 1992, and the public execution of a woman in
Taliban-Afghanistan in 2001. The images from these three incidents are put
under the light of historical context, thus juxtaposing our present with our
past. At the same time the voices taken from various documentaries
intermingle with them, offering personal perspectives on those social
conditions. By so doing, Last Meal Requested plays with two poles on two
different levels - the past/ the present, the society/ the individual.
> My interest in creating Last Meal Requested has been to address our human
behaviours within the context of complexities formed by our history and
society: how our past affects our present, finds its way into the individual
minds that together form society, which eventually succeeds in the fatal
destruction of individual human beings.
> The title is a citation taken from "Made in the USA", a documentary film
by Solveig Anspach and Cindy Babski about an Afro-American by the name of
Odell Barnes, who was wrongfully executed in Texas 2000. The last meal he
requested was "Justice, Equality and World Peace."
> Sachiko Hayashi
> Sachiko Hayashi is a video and net artist.
> Besides Sweden, her video works have shown at Not Still Art Festival in
New York (2002), European Media Art Festival in Osnabruck, Germany (2002),
Transmediale in Berlin (2003), and will be shown at Boston CyberArt (2003)
and Radiator - New Media Art Festival in Nottingham, UK (2003).
> Her net art "trapped" (http://www.e-garde.com/trapped) has been archived
as an art object in Rhizome, New York (2001), and has been shown at various
festivals in Europe (European Media Art Festival in Osnabruck, Germany
(2002), Media Art Festival Friesland in the Netherlands, (2002) and Split
Film Festival in Coratia (2002)) and was part of a national tour in Israel,
which included such venues as Janco Dada Museum (2001-2002). It is currently
on display as a link from Rhizome, New York, Neural.it, Italy, docOnline,
Amsterdam as well as from the Irish Museum of Modern Art. It is scheduled
to be shown at Idelogia II (http://www.ideologia.net), Gothenburg, Sweden,
in May/June, 2003.
> Her CD-Rom project (the Norns, earlier titled Dream Weaver) has been shown
at Electrohype, Malmoe, Sweden (2000) and at Stuttgart FilmWinter,
Stuttgart, Germany (2002) where its presentation was held.
> Her computer prints shown in Rome and Stockholm 2000, and at Saitama
Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan 2002. Also participation in "Reaction"
by ExitArt in New York 2002. "Reaction" travelled to the Alyce de Roulet
Williamson Gallery at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California,
2002, and became part of the permanent collection of the Congress of the
United States of America, Washington DC, 2002.
> She is an "artist in residence" in April 2003 at the Experimental
Television Center in New York. The Experimental Television Center has
harboured such video artists as Nam June Paik and Gary Hill.
> Founder of internet network DIAN (active through 2001). Also founder and
curator of newly founded virtual net gallery Hz Net Gallery of Fylkingen
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