Since 2002
Works in Auckland New Zealand

Luke Duncalfe graduated from the Intermedia Department of Time-Based Arts at Elam in 2002. He works between the mediums of the Internet and video, and is the net.art curator for Window (www.window.auckland.ac.nz). He has contributed to art events in Auckland and shown work in the ICECA New Media Festivals in Chiang Mai and Bangkok, Rencontres Internationales in Paris and Berlin, and Prix Ars Electronica in Linz. He is a part-time tutor at Auckland University of Technology for Visual Arts and a developer, programming in PHP and Ruby. His website is www.pipedreams.net.nz.
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al-jabr > FleSH-n-FLASH@The_Gates_of_Baghdad & Other Equations

Mon Sep 20, 2004 00:00 - Mon Sep 20, 2004

Exploring the micro-narrative potentiality of the Flash program, al-jabr & Other Equations is a convergence of four works from the Doctoral research of Julainne Sumich.

Sumich's central work al-jabr > FleSH-n-FLASH@The_Gates_of_
Baghdad notes that, like the military, Flash uses buttons to trigger events. On release they both "go to And play". Underpinning this tactic, al-jabr creates an allegorical equation between the principles characterized by the theory of relativity and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. It is a synopsis of questions concerning technology that break apart and regroup in new forms of expression.



Interlayers for Window

Like facades for digital architecture, Interlayers for Window by Luke Duncalfe are a series of mini works of net.art overlayed onto the pages of the Window website in a temporal net-based installation.

The works address web-specific issues of action and command, discretion and deletion, expectation and the interface, as they line a plane between the Window website and its visitors with a fine touch and indifference.


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