READ/WRITE at 319 Scholes: A Photo Essay

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From March 17-30th, 319 Scholes showcased a final project culminating a year and a half of online projects from Internet curatorial team JstChillin in the exhibition READ/WRITE. The Internet embodied, READ/WRITE translates the spirit of their online program for an onsite exhibition.

Participating artists include Brad Troemel and Lauren Christiansen, Nick DeMarco, Math Wrath, Hanna Terese Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson, Ryan Barone, Ben Schumacher, Zach Shipko, Artie Vierkant, Martin Kohout, Anne de Vries, Ivan Gaytan, Eilis McDonald, Tabor Robak, Bailey Salisbury, Simmons & Burke, Mitch Trale, Eugene Kotlyarenko,  Jonathan Vingiano, Jon Rafman, Jacob Broms Engblom and Ryder Ripps, Guthrie Lonergan, Ida Lehtonen, Ben Vickers, Duncan Malashock, Tolga Taluy, Melissa Sachs and Cameron Soren, Daniel Leyva, Chris Coy and Rafael Rozendaal.


Ida Lehtonen, Untitled, 2011. Performance March 17, 2011.


Melissa Sachs & Cameron Soren, Untitled, 2011.


Ryder Ripps & Jacob Broms Engblom, The Eternal Chill Offline, 2011.


Ryder Ripps & Jacob Broms Engblom, The Eternal Chill Offline< /i>, 2011.


Parker Ito, The Most Infamous Girl in the History of the Internet by Parker Ito, 2010- ????.


Daniel Levya, Untitled, 2011.


Guthrie Lonergan, Floor Warp III, 2011.


Nick DeMarco, King of Queens, 2011.


Eugene Kotlyarenko, Gifotrope Fail I, 2011.


Tolga Taluy, Polaris, 2011.


Brad Troemel & Jonathan Vingiano, Blind Mist, 2011.


Math Wrath, Untitled, 2011.


Zach Shipko, Hawtdog, 2011.


Duncan, Malashock, Untitled, 2011.


Anne de Vries, Forecast, 2011.


Eilis McDonald, Untitled, 2011.