Digital Dumbo

Posted by carla gannis | Mon Sep 16th 2002 1 a.m.

Hello all -- I will be showing a video installation at M3 Projects Gallery
for the Dumbo Digital Arts Festival beginning this Thursday the 19th.
  • Christopher Fahey | Wed Sep 18th 2002 1 a.m.
    > Digital Dumbo is a 3-day digital arts event that highlights
    > DUMBO as a nucleus of thriving digital culture. Througout the
    > weekend experience digital art in its many forms. Over 40
    > artists have been selected to participate in this year's event.

    The web site does not list the artists... Who are they? I'd like to go,
    I think.

    > M3 Projects/Mastel+Mastel Gallery
    > 70 Washington Street, #700, Dumbo, Brooklyn
    > http://www.digitaldumbo.com

    -Cf

    [christopher eli fahey]
    art: http://www.graphpaper.com
    sci: http://www.askrom.com
    biz: http://www.behaviordesign.com
  • MTAA | Thu Sep 19th 2002 1 a.m.
    >> Digital Dumbo is a 3-day digital arts event that highlights
    >> DUMBO as a nucleus of thriving digital culture. Througout the
    >> weekend experience digital art in its many forms. Over 40
    >> artists have been selected to participate in this year's event.
    >
    >The web site does not list the artists... Who are they? I'd like to go,
    >I think.
    >
    >

    i don't know who the artists are but leaving their names off of the
    site gives you an indication of or the organizers' priorities. i
    won't speculate on what it is but it doesn't seem to be the art or
    artists.

    btw, a fee was collected in order to be considered for the show. MTAA
    have a policy never to apply for this sort of show.
    --
    <twhid>
    http://www.mteww.com
    </twhid>
  • terrence kosick | Sat Sep 21st 2002 1 a.m.
    Terrence writes;

    to collect fees like an art lotto then leave off the names is like insult to
    injury. This is the sort of unprofessional cultural shakedown one would
    expect from a community art gallery.

    glad you don't do such apps.

    T

    >From: "t.whid" <twhid@mteww.com>
    >Reply-To: "t.whid" <twhid@mteww.com>
    >To: list@rhizome.org
    >Subject: RE: RHIZOME_RAW: Digital Dumbo
    >Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 09:14:09 -0400
    >
    >>> Digital Dumbo is a 3-day digital arts event that highlights
    >>> DUMBO as a nucleus of thriving digital culture. Througout the
    >>> weekend experience digital art in its many forms. Over 40
    >>> artists have been selected to participate in this year's event.
    >>
    >>The web site does not list the artists... Who are they? I'd like to go,
    >>I think.
    >>
    >>
    >
    >i don't know who the artists are but leaving their names off of the site
    >gives you an indication of or the organizers' priorities. i won't speculate
    >on what it is but it doesn't seem to be the art or artists.
    >
    >btw, a fee was collected in order to be considered for the show. MTAA have
    >a policy never to apply for this sort of show.
    >--
    ><twhid>
    >http://www.mteww.com
    ></twhid>
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