Carlo Zanni
Since the beginning
Works in Mars Sierra Leone

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BIO
Carlo Zanni was born in La Spezia (Italy) in 1975. Since the early 2000's his practice involves the use of Internet data to create time based social consciousness experiences investigating our life. He lives far from the worldliness of the art world while showing and screening his projects in venues worldwide including: Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; New Museum, New York; Tent, Rotterdam; MAXXI, Rome; P.S.1, New York; Borusan Center, Istanbul; ACAF Space, Alexandria; PERFORMA 09, NY; ICA, London; Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh; Science Museum, London.
He founded "People From Mars" http://www.PeopleFromMars.org to experiment new distribution models for video art and new media projects.
http://www.zanni.org
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OPPORTUNITY

English to Chinese


Deadline:
Thu May 19, 2005 03:18

looking for a translation English to Chinese

sorry small fee for many pages

for a museum catalogue

cz [at] zanni.org

best,

z


OPPORTUNITY

WANTED


Deadline:
Wed May 18, 2005 02:54

WANTED

php coders and flash designers interested in working on my upcoming projects

please email: cz [at] zanni.org

thanks
z


DISCUSSION

Re: Re: Net Art Market


altarboy, the server-sculpture

http://www.zanni.org/altarboy.htm

and

http://www.zanni.org/altarboy-interview.htm

best,

z

patrick lichty wrote:

> I may or may not have replied, not because I consider it poison (which
> I
> don't), but mainly in that I don't feel it asks any questions that
> aren't out there from conceptualism.
>
> Selling ephemeral art is not new, but it remains problematic.
>
> Now, Toshio Iwai is selling New Media through game art like
> Electroplankton (GameBoy DS) which is pretty popular in Japan.
>
> Patrick Lichty
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-list@rhizome.org [mailto:owner-list@rhizome.org] On Behalf
> Of Jason Van Anden
> Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 8:59 AM
> To: list@rhizome.org
> Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Net Art Market
>
> I posted a topic a while ago requesting "payment schemes for
> digital/online art, sucessful or not". I got one email back -
> privately.
>
> I have a few theories as to why this topic may be considered poison,
> but
> then again maybe it was bad timing or my choice of title. At any
> rate,
> I feel this is a vitally important issue so I am giving it another
> try:
>
> Does anyone out there know how to sell digital art? Examples would be
> appreciated. If you consider this a toxic topic - could you clue me
> in
> as to why you feel that way?
>
> Jason Van Anden
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DISCUSSION

Time In - Last Days - Time Out NY Hacked


Hi,

TimeIn by Carlo Zanni and Yucef Merhi is on view at Gavin Brown's Enterprise at Passerby.

Only three more days to see a crazy project done hacking in Time Out New York online queries Database.. (full story: http://www.zanni.org)

and yes, they gave us a review !

best,
z

Gavin Brown's Enterprise at Passerby
436 West 15th Street
212-206-7321
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February 25 - March 26, 2005
Gallery Hours: Wed - Sat 12:00 - 6:00PM

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