the Allens (2004) - Erik Bunger

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A sound and video installation where a computer program continuously changes between the different vocal incarnations of Woody Allen.

-- FROM THE ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

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World’s First, Possibly Only and Probably Last iPhone Drum Circle (aka IPDC) (2009) - MTAA and Mike Koller

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The Basic Plan - On Sunday September 20 at 2pm, MTAA, Mike Koller and anyone else who wants to join us will set out a brightly colored blanket surround by a circle of chairs at McCarren Park, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They will have amplified iPhones on which they have downloaded touchscreen drum and bongo applications. They will have open amp jacks that you can plug into. For the next hour we will attempt to "jam."

As explained by Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead "The main objective (of a drum circle) is to share rhythm and get in tune with each other and themselves. To form a group consciousness. To entrain and resonate. By entrainment, I mean that a new voice, a collective voice, emerges from the group as they drum together."

As explained by M.River of MTAA "The main objective of the iPhone Drum Circle is to get a total stranger to do a little dance on our blanket. That and hopefully enjoying the last summer Sunday in the park this year for an hour."

-- FROM THE PROJECT SITE

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Heaven (2009) - Tabor Robak

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Tabor Robak's "Heaven" is originally from Internet Archaeology's Guest Galleries. Internet Archaeology discovers and archives graphic artifacts from earlier Internet Culture, and their Guest Galleries features work sourced from some of this material. As described in the mission statement, "[t]he purpose of the Guest Galleries is to create a dialogue between old and new; enforcing the belief that digital artifacts should be preserved and showcased for their cultural, historical and aesthetic value."

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growing up on the internet (2009) - Arend deGruyter-Helfer

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WarMail (2008) - Jeremy Bailey

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Warmail is a live, collaborative software performance, led by Jeremy Bailey, commissioned by HTTP Gallery in London, UK. Warmail uses the audience's latent song and dance potential to write and send an email to my mother while simultaneously directing a space war campaign

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Ctrl+F'd (2009) - Greg Leuch

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With recent mistakes by companies and organizations not knowing how to properly censor online documents, its easy to see why people believe the text they can’t see can’t be read. And with computer illiterate people like Rush Limbaugh, it is easy to befuddle them with the apperance of censored text on the web pages they commonly visit.

A playful experiment in “censoring” a web page by hiding text and images behind blocks.

-- FROM THE ARTIST'S STATEMENT

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General Web Content

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The literal music video started with Dustin McLean's redubbed version of A-ha's "Take on Me" posted to YouTube in 2008, where the lyrics were rewritten and resung to reflect the actions taking place in the video. McLean's Weird Al Yankovic-inspired humor gave way to a number of similar spin-offs, whose jokes often hinge on the goofy and random imagery found in music videos. See below for a few choice clips - please add your links in the comments section.





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Slim Thug Status Bot (2005) - Cory Arcangel

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Slim Thug Status Bot was a bot RSG and I wrote that would let you know if Slim Thug's album "Already Platinum" had gone platinum yet.......It was located on AIM as "SlimThugPlatinum". I eventually had to take it offline cause it was burning up server and taking up like 99% of the processor. I think it cause got in a bot loop with another bot. (ps - also special thx to michael bell smith)

-- FROM THE ARTIST'S DESCRIPTION

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wipeout (2007) - Chris Coy

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HTML, The Movie -or- The Resolution Will Not Be Televised (2009) - Jesse Hulcher and 'Pony Eyelashes'

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