Daniel Green
Since 2004
Works in Brooklyn, Nebraska United States of America

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BIO
Mikon is created by Daniel Green of the Institute for Aesthetic Modulation (http://www.ifam.net), which has created visual theater, installation art, and virtual sculpture since 1993.
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EVENT

Mikon Hall of Worlds


Dates:
Sun Oct 22, 2006 00:00 - Wed Oct 11, 2006

Short Description: A quarterly exhibition of computer controlled exo-oceanic life created out of found objects, fans, motors, pantyhose, automotive debris, construction debris, and horseshoe crab shells.

In Depth Description:

Event Name: Mikon Hall of Worlds-New Discovery: Ghagotherium Production Website: www.ifam.net/mikon/
Production Group: IFAM, www.ifam.net
Date and Time: Sunday, October 22, 2006 Noon to 4PM
Venue: Collective: Unconscious, 279 Church St., just south of White. Take the 123456ACEWRNQ to Canal Street, Franklin St., or Chambers St. Venue website: http://www.weird.org
Short Event Description: A quarterly exhibition of computer controlled exo-oceanic life created out of found objects, fans, motors, pantyhose, and horseshoe crab shells. Admission: $5
For: children and adults
Phone contact: 347.245.7078
Email Contact: Daniel Green, hebdemnobad@yahoo.com

MIKON HALL OF WORLDS
Operation Ghagotheirum
Mikon Hall of Worlds is a growing, changing computer controlled pseudo ecology and instantiation of non-existent urban archeology of inflatable sculpture, light sculpture, water sculpture, kinetic sculpture, real-time 3d projection, and real-time MIDI sound environments. Parents, children, and infants welcome. Mikon is listed on the rhizome.org ArtBase, (http://rhizome.org/artbase/selection_criteria.rhiz) a juried online archive of new media art of 'potential historical significance.’
This month, Mikon Hall of Worlds will unveil a Ghagotherium, a carnivorous swimming creature, which wanders the dry Nunataks that poke out of the methane crusts of Mikon and its sister worlds, boring through the ice to eat the animals that live in the oceans and slushes below. We will hang the Ghagotherium from the ceiling of the exhibition space, for viewers to compare this animal to the blue whale which hangs from the ceiling of the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life (http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent/ocean/?src=pv_h) at the New York Museum of Natural History.

Further info online:
For a promotional photo of Ghagotherium, goto: http://www.ifam.net/mikon/webpromo/ghagotheriumjpg.jpg

For print quality photos and smaller web thumbnails, goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/highresolutionphotos/

The project’s homepage is: http://www.ifam.net/mikon/

For realvideo of the project, goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon_web_album_08_03/mikon_video_footage.ram

For a segment on Mikon from Resonance FM(http://www.lulumusic.com/resonance.htm), an independent internet radio station from the United Kingdom, goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon_web_album_08_03/mikon_interview_ukradio_resonance_01_04.ram

For a visual schematic on how the project works, goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon_web_album_08_03/mikon_schematic_page.htm

Mikon includes the sculpture of Alicia Mikles (http://www.ifam.net/aliciamikles), and the electro-mechanical interfaces designed by Glide, (http://www.glide-inc.com/)


EVENT

Mikon: Project Pillbug-Control, and if not that then some more sessile machine pods


Dates:
Sun Jul 09, 2006 00:00 - Tue Jun 06, 2006

Event Name: Mikon Hall of Worlds
Production Website: www.ifam.net/mikon/
Production Group: IFAM, www.ifam.net
Date and Time: Sunday July 9, Noon to 6PM
Location: Collective: Unconscious, 279 Church St., just south of White. Take the 123456ACEWRNQ to Canal Street, Franklin St., or Chambers St.
Event Description: A monthly exhibition of computer controlled exo-oceanic life created out of found objects, fans, motors, pantyhose, and horseshoe crab shells.
Price: $5
For: children and adults
Phone contact: 347.245.7078
Email Contact: Daniel Green, hebdemnobad@yahoo.com

MIKON HALL OF WORLDS
Summary of Event
Mikon Hall of Worlds is computer controlled pseudo ecology of inflatable sculpture, light sculpture, water sculpture, kinetic sculpture, real-time 3d projection, and real-time MIDI sounds. Parents, children, and infants welcome. MIKON is listed on the rhizome.org artbase, (http://rhizome.org/artbase/selection\_criteria.rhiz) a juried online archive of new media art of 'potential historical significance.' Come on by and see if it is up to snuff.

This month, Mikon Hall of Worlds will give another go at rolling out the world's first pillbug controlled sound and installation environment. Failing that there will be some new quasisessile machine pods sprouting up and about the space.

Further info online:

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/highresolutionphotos/ for print quality photos.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/ for the project's homepage, including all the information in this email..

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album \_08\_03/mikon\_interview\_ukradio\_resonance\_01\_04.ram for a segment on Mikon from Resonance FM, an independent internet radio station from the United Kingdom.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_schematic\_page.htm for a schematic on how the project works.

Mikon includes the sculpture of Alicia Mikles (http://www.ifam.net/aliciamikles), and the electro-mechanical interfaces designed by Glide, (http://www.glide-inc.com/)


EVENT

Mikon Hall of Worlds


Dates:
Sun Apr 30, 2006 00:00 - Sun Apr 09, 2006

Event Name: Mikon Hall of Worlds
Production Website: www.ifam.net/mikon/
Production Group: IFAM, www.ifam.net
Date and Time: Sunday April 30, Noon to 8PM
Part of the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, www.toastartwalk.com
Location: Collective: Unconscious, 279 Church St., just south of White. Take the 123456ACEWRNQ to Canal Street, Franklin St., or Chambers St.
Event Description: A monthly exhibition of computer controlled exo-oceanic life created out of found objects, fans, motors, pantyhose, and horseshoe crab shells.
Price: Free
For: children and adults
Phone contact: 347.245.7078
Email Contact: Daniel Green, hebdemnobad@yahoo.com

MIKON HALL OF WORLDS
Summary of Event
Mikon Hall of Worlds is computer controlled pseudo ecology of inflatable sculpture, light sculpture, water sculpture, kinetic sculpture, real-time 3d projection, and real-time MIDI sounds. Parents, children, and infants welcome. MIKON is listed on the rhizome.org artbase, (http://rhizome.org/artbase/selection\_criteria.rhiz) a juried online archive of new media art of 'potential historical significance.'

This month, Mikon Hall of Worlds is part of the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, TOAST artwalk, www.toastartwalk.com. This is the debut of the City of Behemot, a miniature city that will be in upcoming Mikon installations as well as a set piece in Leviathan v. Behemoth, to be produced by IFAM in 2006/2007.

Further info online:

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/highresolutionphotos/ for print quality photos.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/ for the project's homepage, including all the information in this email..

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_interview\_ukradio\_resonance\_01\_04.ram for a segment on Mikon from Resonance FM, an independent internet radio station from the United Kingdom.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_schematic\_page.htm for a schematic on how the project works.

Mikon includes the sculpture of Alicia Mikles (http://www.ifam.net/aliciamikles), and the electro-mechanical interfaces designed by Glide, (http://www.glide-inc.com/)


EVENT

Mikon Hall of Worlds


Dates:
Sat Apr 29, 2006 00:00 - Sun Apr 09, 2006

Event Name: Mikon Hall of Worlds
Production Website: www.ifam.net/mikon/
Production Group: IFAM, www.ifam.net
Date and Time: Saturday April 29, Noon to 6PM
Part of the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, www.toastartwalk.com
Location: Collective: Unconscious, 279 Church St., just south of White. Take the 123456ACEWRNQ to Canal Street, Franklin St., or Chambers St.
Event Description: A monthly exhibition of computer controlled exo-oceanic life created out of found objects, fans, motors, pantyhose, and horseshoe crab shells.
Price: Free
For: children and adults
Phone contact: 347.245.7078
Email Contact: Daniel Green, hebdemnobad@yahoo.com

MIKON HALL OF WORLDS
Summary of Event
Mikon Hall of Worlds is computer controlled pseudo ecology of inflatable sculpture, light sculpture, water sculpture, kinetic sculpture, real-time 3d projection, and real-time MIDI sounds. Parents, children, and infants welcome. MIKON is listed on the rhizome.org artbase, (http://rhizome.org/artbase/selection\_criteria.rhiz) a juried online archive of new media art of 'potential historical significance.'

This month, Mikon Hall of Worlds is part of the Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour, TOAST artwalk, www.toastartwalk.com. This is the debut of the City of Behemot, a miniature city that will be in upcoming Mikon installations as well as a set piece in Leviathan v. Behemoth, to be produced by IFAM in 2006/2007.

Further info online:

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/highresolutionphotos/ for print quality photos.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon/ for the project's homepage, including all the information in this email..

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_interview\_ukradio\_resonance\_01\_04.ram for a segment on Mikon from Resonance FM, an independent internet radio station from the United Kingdom.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_video\_footage.ram for realvideo of the project.

Goto http://www.ifam.net/mikon\_web\_album\_08\_03/mikon\_schematic\_page.htm for a schematic on how the project works.

Mikon includes the sculpture of Alicia Mikles (http://www.ifam.net/aliciamikles), and the electro-mechanical interfaces designed by Glide, (http://www.glide-inc.com/)


EVENT

Pantyhose and Horse Shoe Crab Animatronic Anatomics


Dates:
Sun Jan 08, 2006 00:00 - Mon Dec 19, 2005

Type of Production: immersive realtime ecological simulation.

· Title of production- Mikon Hall of Worlds

· Brief description or synopsis: Mikon, listed on the rhizome.org ArtBase, is a micro-museum of computer and voice driven kinetic sculpture, sound, and a viewer-manipulated virtual zooarium of imaginary life forms. Inspired by the Wunderkammern of the 18th century, Mikon is a super-condensed macrocosm, a storefront cabinet of curiosities. Mikon seeks to instill the wonder of speculative biology in its viewers, who have both the opportunity to animate aspects of the exhibition and to observe the unpredictable behavior of its components. In January we introduce the sessile yet boistrous "Ciudad de Leviathan".

· Ticket price: $5 general admission

· Box office phone number: 3472457078

· Producer: Collective Unconscious Sub Group IFAM

· Where: 279 Church St. just south of White St, Tribeca, NY, NY, USA

· When: Sunday January 8, 2006, Noon until 6PM

· Online Info: http://www.ifam.net/mikon/

· Venue Info: http://www.weird.org

· Contact Info: hebdemnobad@yahoo.com