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EVENT

Synchronicity Space, T-MINUS 2005


Dates:
Tue Feb 01, 2005 00:00 - Sun Jan 30, 2005

Here it is there everyone, hope you can make it:

http://www.t-minus.org/

*** T-MINUS 2005 ***
Presenting the work of emerging artists in the medium of time.
13 digitally altered site-specific timelapse video artworks, by 15
artists from around the world.

Opening Reception: THIS TUESDAY, FEB 1 5:30-7:30
Synchronicity Space
106 W. 13th Street (at 6th avenue)
New York, NY 10011
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12-6

Most changes in the world around us go unnoticed. As computers and
cameras become ubiquitous, artists are becoming more and more
interested in unearthing these changes.

Time-distorted video, once only possible with expensive and specialized
equipment, can now be realized with commonly found hardware.
Photography provides a single view of a subject; video provides a view
of that subject’s evolution forward in time. But when that traditional
video view’s temporal linearity is distorted using a computer as a
tool, the nature of the subject is demonstrated in a completely
different and frequently surprising fashion. The use of layered image
over time is becoming increasingly important not only in the creation
of video, but also as a tool in interactive ‘physical computing’
installations.

With Works By
Douglas Irving Repetto
Scott Fitzgerald
Doron Altaraz
Eric Socolofsky
Cali Mastny
Aaron Prust
Joshua Goldberg
Chris Jordan
Giles Hendrix
Adam Kendall
Adrei Rublev
Jason Frank
Wilson Brown
Aaron Zimm
Philip Riley

Doron Altaratz
cell 347-513-3188
phone/fax 212-274-0507
doron@vjsputnik.com
http://vjsputnik.com


DISCUSSION

Synchronicity Space, T-MINUS 2005


Here it is there everyone, hope you can make it:

http://www.t-minus.org/

*** T-MINUS 2005 ***
Presenting the work of emerging artists in the medium of time.
13 digitally altered site-specific timelapse video artworks, by 15
artists from around the world.

Opening Reception: THIS TUESDAY, FEB 1 5:30-7:30
Synchronicity Space
106 W. 13th Street (at 6th avenue)
New York, NY 10011
Gallery hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12-6

Most changes in the world around us go unnoticed. As computers and
cameras become ubiquitous, artists are becoming more and more
interested in unearthing these changes.

Time-distorted video, once only possible with expensive and specialized
equipment, can now be realized with commonly found hardware.
Photography provides a single view of a subject; video provides a view
of that subject’s evolution forward in time. But when that traditional
video view’s temporal linearity is distorted using a computer as a
tool, the nature of the subject is demonstrated in a completely
different and frequently surprising fashion. The use of layered image
over time is becoming increasingly important not only in the creation
of video, but also as a tool in interactive ‘physical computing’
installations.

With Works By
Douglas Irving Repetto
Scott Fitzgerald
Doron Altaraz
Eric Socolofsky
Cali Mastny
Aaron Prust
Joshua Goldberg
Chris Jordan
Giles Hendrix
Adam Kendall
Adrei Rublev
Jason Frank
Wilson Brown
Aaron Zimm
Philip Riley

Doron Altaratz
cell 347-513-3188
phone/fax 212-274-0507
doron@vjsputnik.com
http://vjsputnik.com

OPPORTUNITY

SnackOnArt: do it yourself TV (experimental videoart)


Deadline:
Thu Mar 25, 2004 12:32

Video Artists-Curators * Video Artists-Curators

this season we will not be accepting individual tape / only
artist-curated episodes
we want every participating (artist-curator) to create their own brand
of SnackOnArt episode forTV broadcast ...

strategy:
serious experimental video artists can now curate actual episodes for
SnackOnArt / experimental video art TV (since 1997) . presentation will
not be re-edited or tempered with, each episodes will be exhibited on
the air as is

the works exhibited must be artistically innovative. curated episodes
will be selected on the basis of the originality of the works, in
relation to new presentation formats. (express yur self)

formula:
each episode must include at least five different artists

select artists in your community whom you feel are good & innovative
enough to show next to your own work. from your collection create as
many episodes as you want. 5 minutes max per video.

create your own logo interpretation on SnackOnArt

intro(logo) + body(videos plus 2 short ads) + end(logo) = 28 min

visit our website for application / guidelines

http://www.snackonart.org
we are a free artists network service

please share this info with other video artists.
thank you


OPPORTUNITY

SnackOnArt: NovemberVideos '02


Deadline:
Fri Nov 01, 2002 01:00

On the air: ***Brooklyn / Bcat-TV / Time Warner Cable

Video Mash Bash Video
November


EVENT

SnackOnArt [VideOctober 2002]


Dates:
Fri Oct 04, 2002 00:00 - Tue Oct 01, 2002

SnackOnArt [ experimental videoart TV ]

presents: VideOctober

On the air: ***Brooklyn / Bcat-TV / Time Warner Networks

Volume # 113

Anna Kirali \_\_\_\_\_\_\_(interference)

Constant \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_(apartment spin)

Anna Krali & Kuba Gontarczyk \_\_\_\_(sound track)

Air date: ( Brooklyn ) BCAT-TV
Friday October 4th at 10pm channel 34 or 67

SnackOnArt October, 2002 collection

[ call for entries / no deadline / it's Free ]
narrative not our thing

Video curators are welcome to participate in selecting, sending or presenting future episodes

Constant

SnackOnArt
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brooklyn, ny 11205
http://www.snackonart.org