Recently, Rhizome partnered with OpenProcessing to launch Tiny Sketch, an open challenge to artists and programmers to create the most compelling creative work possible with the programming language Processing using 200 characters or less. The submission phase for Tiny Sketch has ended and we are happy to announce that in just over one month we received more than 300 submissions! Even though the deadline for submissions has ended you can still participate by helping to determine the winner. Beginning today, all Rhizome members will be able to flex their curatorial muscles by going to the Tiny Sketch Voting Page and ranking each submission. You will have a chance to vote on each submission, ranking them on a scale from 1 to 5. (1 being awful and 5 being awesome.) The voting process is only open to Rhizome members and will last until September, 27th, 11:59 PM (EST) after which we will announce the winner and archive the collection in our ArtBase. We hope that you will be able to take the time to vote for your favorite Tiny Sketch, but if not do yourself a favor and visit the collection page to look at the fantastic range of projects that were accomplished!
by Michael Connor on May 21st, 2013
by Rhizome on May 16th, 2013
by Tom McCormack on May 9th, 2013