Gregory Chatonsky
Since the beginning
Works in Montreal Canada

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BIO
Gregory Chatonsky was born in Paris in 1971. He studied art at college, philosophy at the Sorbonne and digital art in ENSBA Paris. He founded in 1994 incident, a collective of artists on the Internet. He teaches digital art at universities and art schools such as Paris IV, The Fresnoy or UQAM.
His work focuses on fiction, flows and destruction. He works with a variety of analog and digital media by questioning the relationship we have with technology.
He lives in Montreal and Paris.

http://chatonsky.net
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EVENT

My Voice (read by microphone)


Dates:
Mon Dec 16, 2002 00:00 - Mon Dec 09, 2002

My Voice a new interactive work by Gregory Chatonsky is exhibited during the PAL festival in Paris.

http://incident.net/works/myvoice/
http://www.pal-project.net/


OPPORTUNITY

CALL FOR PARTICIPATIONS | INCIDENT.NET | DEADLINE 31/01/2003


Deadline:
Tue Nov 05, 2002 00:00

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SPECIAL ISSUE # 4 > DRAPE
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http://incident.net/hors/drape/drape/
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The drape is inextricably technical and aesthetic.
It is a training theme, the struggling acquisition of an expertise of representation, with rules ensued from ancient masters. The drape structures the eye and the light.
It contains aesthetic issues; the relationship between nude and fabric, the drowsy abandon and the forced walk, the curves and the pleats, the fragility and steadiness, the shapeless and the sprawl. The drape is an act of gravity. There are so many images and bodies.
From the glorious drapes of the Greeks to the macabre mortuary drapes of the Renaissance. To the cast-offs, rags in which prostitutes don themselves. Nowadays, there is this failure, this poorness of the drape.
Complexity of the drape, fabric and texture. Pathos of the lines from where interior and exterior act not as a void but as pleats and twists. Drapes collapse or soar without any body, leaving only a trace.

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