Perpetual Art Machine @ Scope New York
Plus - Cinemascope Featured Projects
10th -13th March 2006
636 Eleventh Avenue, NYC
(Between 46th and 47th Street)
For a schedule of events go to http://www.scope-art.com
Featured Cinemascope Projects
[PAM] the Perpetual Art Machine
Presented by Lee Wells in collaboration with Chris Borkowski, Aaron Miller
and Raphaele Shirley.
PAM is an interactive multimedia experience and research project, examining
a cross-section of over 500 videos from over 300 international film, video
and new media artists. Through the use of custom designed software and
participant submitted data, [PAM] creates a dynamic sensory environment that
allows the participating artists and the viewer to contribute to the
curatorial process both at ~scope and on the web.
For more information please go to: www.perpetualartmachine.com
PAM has been generously supported by Tekserve, CTL Electronics, Tinjail,
Bbone9, RS Design, IFAC, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
All Systems Go! - Curated by Marisa Olson of Rhizome.org
Featuring high-tech, low-tech, and hybrid work exploring digital,
representational, political, and social systems. This exhibition constitutes
an expansion of Rhizome��'��"�s mission to connect artand technology. The artists
comment on systems, in their various forms,with works ranging from computer,
video, and electronic installations to drawings, paintings, and sculpture.
Here, technology is not the sole tool or object at play, but is often an
indirect subject-��'�"a backdrop on the social landscape within which all art
practice now occurs. The harmony or dischord between these installations
pinpoint areas of overlap between the various systems now navigated by each
of us living in a technological society. The show is, thus, an update on the
established field of systems art, from the perspective of contemporary
culture and practice.
Artists include [dNASAb], Brody Condon, Desiree Holman, Shane Hope, Instant
Coffee, Xylor Jane, Abe Linkoln, MTAA, RSG, Shirley Shor, Julianne Swartz,
Jon-Paul Villegas, and Lee Walton.