Radiovisual #008: Rhizome’s Seven on Seven follow-up, Eddie Berg, Shana Moulton, Nick Hallett, Ryan McNamara
marianspore.com | Tuesday, May 4th 2010
After Seven on Seven, a podcast follow-up interview with Rhizome’s Lauren Cornell, as well as clips from the event with David Karp and Ryan Trecartin.
AO Onsite (artobserved.com) | Thursday, April 22nd 2010
Eric Forman: "Rhizome executive director Lauren Cornell curated the pairings and many of the participators gushed about the fun they had brainstorming together."
Art Fag City | Wednesday, April 21st 2010
Paddy Johnson: "You know a show’s a success when even its flaws have their charm."
Inventing Interactive | Wednesday, April 21st 2010
Inventing Interactive: "In all, it sounded like a fascinating event. While the projects don’t push boundaries too far, keep in mind that they only had a day to work. And it’s great to see support for collaborations between artists and technologists. You never know what ideas may become the next mainstream."
ArtForum | Tuesday, April 20th 2010
Michael Wilson reviews Seven on Seven highlighting the events projects presented and artists challenges.
New York Times | Sunday, April 18th 2010
Randy Kennedy: "More than 150 people turned out for the New Museum presentation, some paying as much as $350 for tickets. With a couple of exceptions what they saw were not objects but ideas — some funny and entertaining, some deadly serious — situated at the fertile nexus where social networking and the Web’s data-gathering power is providing artists and scientists with immense piles of raw material about society and psychology."
motherboard.tv | Saturday, April 17th 2010
Alex Pasternack about the upcoming Seven on Seven conference: "This is obviously going to be interesting."
jenbee.tumblr.com (Jen Beckman) | Saturday, April 17th 2010
NoLita gallery Jen Beckman posts about upcoming Seven on Seven conference.
PSFK | Wednesday, April 14th 2010
PSFK interviews Rhizome Director Lauren Cornell and artist Kristen Lucas about the upcoming Seven on Seven conference.
WFMU | Tuesday, April 6th 2010
WMFU: "Also looking very promising next week is "Seven on Seven", a pairing between 7 sets of artists and technologists put together by Rhizome at the New Museum. Will David Karp set up a tumblr blog for one of Ryan Trecartin's alter egos?"
BoingBoing | Monday, March 8th 2010
Cory Doctorow: "If you're in NYC on April 17th, definitely consider attending Rhizome.org's new conference, Seven on Seven."
Art Fag City | Wednesday, February 10th 2010
Paddy Johnson before the Seven on Seven conference: "Needless to say, I’m very much looking forward to covering this event."
Matt Mullenweg's Blog | Monday, February 8th 2010
Matt Mullneweg announces his excitement as a participant of the Seven on Seven conference hosted by Rhizome April 16th, 2010.
Newmedia FIX | Friday, January 22nd 2010
Newmedia FIX announces The Medium is Tedium event and panel hosted by Rhizome. "Triple Canopy’s editors will discuss practices that traverse mediums and the media with artists Mel Bochner, Daniel Bozhkov, and Erin Shirreff."
Idiom | Tuesday, December 8th 2009
Stephen Squibb: "At the beginning of the book, our anti-hero, Case, has been cut off from cyberspace – his body made incompatible – as punishment for sins against a past employer. Brody Condon, (who, full disclosure, is a friend) in his recent staged reading of the novel at the New Museum, effected a similar isolation for his audience. Each time Case, read by Condon’s stepfather Ray ‘Bad Rad’ Radke, would jack in (his prohibition is lifted early in the narrative, though threatens to return) a twenty-two piece gamelan band, situated between the audience and the actors, began to play. At the same time several large, colored cubes were moved around the playing space in what the artist has described as a ‘parody of this idea of a space where we would fly through information.’"