ArtForum | Wednesday, April 18th 2007
Dawn Chan: "Rhizome.org, the New Museum's new-media affiliate, which curates both real-world and virtual art exhibitions, made the most of the intimate lighting and cozy booths for its benefit (...) The event featured three bands with legs in the art world -Gang Gang Dance, Professor Murder, and YACHT- and multimedia artist Cory Arcangel as MC."
Slate | Wednesday, March 21st 2007
Mia Fineman: "Rhizome.org, which hosts an archive of more than 2,000 'new media' projects, is the best place to discover work in these hybrid forms that represent the most promising new directions for art on the Web."
ArtReview | Thursday, March 1st 2007
Morgan Falconer: "I had a peculiar feeling that an exhibition entitled Networked Nature was going to be like a show of those scifi kitsch gadgets (...). It wasn't but it didn't disappoint."
The New York Times | Friday, February 16th 2007
Holland Cotter: "This cool little show (...) filters that old Romantic stand-by, Nature, through the new-fangled technology."
artnet Magazine | Wednesday, February 14th 2007
Ben Davis: "Artworks that tackle the murky border between technology and nature, a hot-button issue in these days of anxiety about man-made environmental disaster."
The Village Voice | Tuesday, February 6th 2007
Jerry Saltz: "Networked Nature, the nicely weird, somewhat generic group exhibition (...) was curated by Rhizome, a collective that claims the exhibition 'explores the representation of nature though the perspective of networked culture.'"
Cool Hunting | Monday, January 15th 2007
Curated by Marisa Olson, this group exhibition at Foxy Production explores the representation of the natural world through the perspective of networked culture.
Art Fag City | Tuesday, January 2nd 2007
Blogger Paddy Johnson highlights Rhizome as the most important institutional web supporter working on the Internet today.
Time Out New York | Thursday, December 7th 2006
Two exhibitions focus on the virtual world of Second Life are taking place both on the real world and in SL galleries: James deavin: photographs from the new world and Eva and Franco Mattes' (a.k.a. 0100101110101101) The Most Beautiful 13 Avatars. This show is part of Rhizome's Time Shares.
Ecrans.fr | Wednesday, October 18th 2006
Ecrans points out that the alternative project "MySpace" from net activist 888 is one of the projects featured at Rhizome's The Copy and Paste Show.
The Guardian | Friday, October 6th 2006
Rhizome.org recently commissioned the activist web project Google Will Eat Itself by Hans Bernhard and Alessandro Ludovico. The project aims to be a critic of Google's appropriation of the entire Internet business.
SWEAT | Thursday, June 29th 2006
Artists Cory Arcangel, Michael Bell-Smith, Marisa Olson, and Wolfgang Staehle and critics Caitlin Jones and Michael Connor had a conversation with Lauren Cornell about the field to a packed audience at Electronic Arts Intermix. I would say there was standing room only, but actually, there wasn’t even standing room by the end of the night.
Cool Hunting | Wednesday, May 31st 2006
The recent book New Media Art by Rhizome founder Mark Tribe and art critic Reena Jana anthologizes some of the innovative artists in the field, documenting a moment when the genre is at its apex (or over, according to some).
The New York Times | Wednesday, March 29th 2006
"It is a paradox that the task is to preserve things that are not materials," said Lauren Cornell, executive director of Rhizome, which documents digital work by participating artists...
Time Out New York | Thursday, February 9th 2006
I think memes and other kinds of "Internet folk art" are some of the most interesting stuff happening online. The challenge, I find, is to take things I find amazing and recast them so others understand what I see in them...