jcates
Since 2008

BIO
jonCates makes, organizes and teaches experimental New Media Art. His projects have been presented internationally at various events in locations such as Beijing, Madrid and Mexico City; nationally in Chicago, New York and Boston and are widely distributed online. Art Games, experimental Machinima, Computer Witchcraft, digitalPunk and Noise music are some of the unstable categories that his work playfully moves through.
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DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

Twitter Art is Dead, Long Live Twitter Art!


thnx for yr reply Curt

yes, abs'ly unheimlich! && yes, i def'ly agree + i thin/feel you have deeply interconnected der roter Faden when you describe I Pretended as collectively schizo-analyzing contemporary human/digital culture

it is also Elliott's most recent Artware mashup machine/Algorithmic Art account in his series of projects, so i thin/feel it is also safe to say that he is refining the process as he moves from each concurrent experiment/lesson/project

// jonCates
http://blog.furtherfield.org/?q=blog/594

DISCUSSION

Twitter Art is Dead, Long Live Twitter Art!


hi Curt + all

i have just written a new Furtherfield blog entry on Jake Elliott's (aka @jakevsrobots) Artware RSS projects in which i respond to this reply: http://bit.ly/9wDUrE

looking fwd to the continued conversations

// jonCates
http://blog.furtherfield.org/?q=blog/594

DISCUSSION

2 weeks left to _INFECT_ .US!


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beginning just over 2 weeks ago, the IN.F3XXX10N.US online art exhibition is now infected by over 30 exhibiting artists/identities/projects/accounts such as: Anonymous, Andy Warhol, Marcel Duchamp, ANON, Rrose Sélavy, 4chan, dump.fm, TRIPTYCH.TV, Shane Mecklenburger, ARAM BARTHOLL, POP.NET.ART, René Magritte, Rosa Menkman, maxcapacity, Wolf D. Schreiber, veterraga, Sian Amoy, The Internet Traveler, kittenglitches, ipretended, i thought i had a virus, etc...

we remain up + running in a realtime stream of multiple collective subjective consciousness @ IN.F3XXX10N.US + we invite yawl to infect .us via:

OUR EXHIBITION EMAIL: INF3XXX10N@GMAIL.COM

OUR EXHIBITION LOGIN: http://www.tumblr.com/login

OUR EXHIBITION PASSWORD: N01XXX3F

TRIPTYCH.TV (AKA jimpunk, abe linkoln + mr tamale) +/or those who may be representing themselves as if they are TRIPTYCH.TV, Shane Mecklenburger + Anonymous have been among the most active agents infecting us so far, participating in partially confrontational but always creative, conversational + constructive dialogues

thru IN.F3XXX10N.US we are creating an ongoing & animated conversation in which we produce a process, an exhibition, an ongoing exchange of media/moments/memes

2 weeks remain to infect us via the login + password information above. the exhibition runs online until July 31 2010 when the IN.F3XXX10N.US domain expires, effectively ending our control of the exhibition but opening the opportunity to anyOne who wishes to purchase the domain and continue the project in whatever form(s) they may imagine best

looking fwd to yr infections!

// jonCates && Jake Elliot
organizers/initiators of:
HTTP://IN.F3XXX10N.US

OPPORTUNITY

IN.F3XX10N.US ?!


Deadline:
Sat Jul 31, 2010 00:00

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IN.F3XXX10N.US is an online art exhibition, organized and initiated by jonCates && Jake Elliott, running from July 1 - July 31 2010. During the run of the exhibition you can infect us @ IN.F3XXX10N.US! On July 31 2010 this domain will expire, effectively ending our control of the exhibition but opening the opportunity to anyone who wishes to purchase the domain and continue the project in whatever form they may imagine best.

OUR EXHIBITION EMAIL IS: INF3XXX10N@GMAIL.COM

OUR EXHIBITION LOGIN IS: http://www.tumblr.com/login

OUR EXHIBITION PASSWORD IS: N01XXX3F

WHOIS:

jonCates && Jake Elliott have run various experiments in radical inclusivity in online art whirlds environments including: the Critical Glitch Artware event @ NOTACON and BLOCKPARTY 2010; developing an open archive for the OpenFrameWorks project (which was initiated by Jon Satrom for the r4WB1t5 micro.Festival); Jake Elliott's folksonema screening series; and criticalartware's BLIT:SCREEN project. they can be found online @ the following: http://systemsapproach.net && http://dai5ychain.net