Posts for January 2008

Open Call: "Is it possible to make a photograph of New Jersey regardless of where you are in the world?"

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i heart photograph is excited to announce its latest exhibition...and you are all invited to participate in this open call for work. february 22, 2008 is the deadline for submissions. get all the details and submit your work at: aphotographofnewjersey.com

to get you thinking: "are ideas about place dramatically different since the internet has allowed us to participate in culture on such a global scale? despite the endless stream of information and images available through mass media, are there limits to how we perceive, imagine, and understand the world? exactly how do you picture new jersey? what would you say about it in a photograph?"

responses will be included in the exhibition "is it possible to make a photograph of new jersey regardless of where you are in the world?" curated by i heart photograph for the municipally supported non-profit pierro gallery and made possible by funds from new jersey state council of the arts, a partner agency of the national endowment of the arts.

full details here.

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Originally posted on i heart photograph by Rhizome


noplace (2007) by MW2MW

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noplace is an installation and website by artist group MW2MW (Marek Walczak and Martin Wattenberg). Drawing on the constant production and organization of information online, the artists developed software that arranges hundreds of feeds according to categories such as "fantasy," "paradise," "dreamscape," and "limbo."� This grouped material is then composited and projected, producing an overwhelming visual environment. By tangibly manifesting the contemporary experience of information inundation, the project proposes to generate "a browser in physical space". The work was included in the group exhibition Video Vortex at the Netherlands Media Art Institute, and will be in the upcoming China New Media Arts Exhibition 2008. - Ceci Moss



Image: Installation proposal for noplace at China New Media Arts Exhibition 2008.

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