John Geraci
Since 2002
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

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BIO
2004 Grafedia http://www.grafedia.net

2004 Neighbornode http://www.neighbornode.net

2004 Us-Ophone, musical instrument played by groups of people making skin contact with each other http://www.subfuzz.com/us-ophone.html

2003 Pixiebox http://www.subfuzz.com/pixiebox.html

2002 "hive" - web project using found jpeg imagery, web crawler.

2002 �My Vacation, Reconsidered� � installation of super 8 loop projected onto computer monitor.

2002 "New Zarathustra 1.0" - Macintosh java application

2002 �New Kingdom� � web installation with series of individual web page projects.

2001 �Getaway� � java installation w/ video, Caribbean music, office cubicle.
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EVENT

Mapping your own Manhattan


Dates:
Thu Apr 28, 2005 00:00 - Thu Apr 28, 2005

Hi,

My new project, FoundCity, is a collective mapping tool that lets people map any point in Manhattan from their cell phone, and attach a folksonomy tag to that spot. These points can then be seen by everyone at www.foundcity.net, where visitors to the site can generate maps of the city by keywords or by usernames, and surf from keyword to keyword, or user to user, learning what individuals like about the city as they go.

This Sunday, May 1st, I am holding a FoundCity Walk, to kick off the project. The walk will start in Chelsea, and go wherever we want it to. As we walk we will map and tag things that interest us. If you are interested in coming and mapping your own personal Manhattan with us, I would love to have you along.

The walk begins at 1 PM. We will meet at the Paradise Cafe, 139 8th Ave., just north of the W. 14th st. subway station (take A, C, E or L lines). To spot me, look for the guy with the orange backpack.

If you have any questions, please email me at jbgeraci _at_ yahoo.com. And please check out the site (don't use Safari) at http://www.foundcity.net.

I hope to see you there!

John Geraci
www.subfuzz.com


EVENT

Re: Re: Re: Columbia Art & Technology Lecture--Manuel DeLanda


Dates:
Mon Mar 22, 2004 00:00 - Mon Mar 22, 2004

that's a much nicer name than mine...

john

nicholas economos wrote:

> hi John,
> the thumbnail was sampled from the cover of DeLanda's "A Thousand
> years of Nonlinear History" and reduced in a GIF color table.
> nicholas
>
> John Geraci wrote:
>
> > DeLanda's piece shown here is visually pretty similar to a piece I
> > submitted to Rhizome a few years ago.
> > (http://rhizome.org/object.rhiz?9436). Does anyone have more info
> on
> > it?
> >
> > John Geraci
> > ITP, NYU
> >
> >
> >
> > Jennifer Estaris wrote:
> >
> > > COLUMBIA ART & TECHNOLOGY LECTURES
> > >
> > > Manuel DeLanda
> > > Thursday, April 8, 2004, 6pm
> > > LeRoy Neiman Gallery, 310 Dodge Hall
> > > Columbia University, New York, NY
> > >
> > > Free and open to the public
> > >
> > > Manuel DeLanda was born in 1952 in Mexico City and has lived in
> > > Manhattan since 1975. He began his career in the mid-seventies as
> an
> > > independent filmmaker, showing his films in cine-clubs and museums
> > > around the world. In 1980 he acquired an industrial-grade computer
> > and
> > > became a programmer and computer artist, writing his own software
> > for
> > > several years. His philosophical essays have appeared in many
> > journals
> > > and he currently lectures extensively in the United States and
> > Europe
> > > on nonlinear dynamics, theories of self-organization, Artificial
> > > Intelligence and Artificial Life. He is author of the books War in
> > the
> > > Age of Intelligent Machines, A Thousand years of Nonlinear History
> > and
> > > Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy. He has contributed to
> > > numerous collections, including A Thousand Plateaus by G. Deleuze
> > and
> > > F. Guattari, and Ecological Imperialism by Alfred Crosby and
> > > Self-Organizing Systems, edited by Eugene Yates.
> > >
> > > The Art & Technology Lectures will culminate with Ricardo
> Dominguez,
> > a
> > > tactical media artist, on May 12.
> > >
> > > For more information, see
> > > http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/dmc/docs/lectureseries.html
> > > Or email art-tech-lecture@music.columbia.edu
> > >
> > > Co-presented by the Digital Media Center and Computer Music Center
> > at
> > > Columbia University


EVENT

Re: Columbia Art & Technology Lecture--Manuel DeLanda


Dates:
Mon Mar 22, 2004 00:00 - Mon Mar 22, 2004

DeLanda's piece shown here is visually pretty similar to a piece I submitted to Rhizome a few years ago. (http://rhizome.org/object.rhiz?9436). Does anyone have more info on it?

John Geraci
ITP, NYU

Jennifer Estaris wrote:

> COLUMBIA ART & TECHNOLOGY LECTURES
>
> Manuel DeLanda
> Thursday, April 8, 2004, 6pm
> LeRoy Neiman Gallery, 310 Dodge Hall
> Columbia University, New York, NY
>
> Free and open to the public
>
> Manuel DeLanda was born in 1952 in Mexico City and has lived in
> Manhattan since 1975. He began his career in the mid-seventies as an
> independent filmmaker, showing his films in cine-clubs and museums
> around the world. In 1980 he acquired an industrial-grade computer and
> became a programmer and computer artist, writing his own software for
> several years. His philosophical essays have appeared in many journals
> and he currently lectures extensively in the United States and Europe
> on nonlinear dynamics, theories of self-organization, Artificial
> Intelligence and Artificial Life. He is author of the books War in the
> Age of Intelligent Machines, A Thousand years of Nonlinear History and
> Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy. He has contributed to
> numerous collections, including A Thousand Plateaus by G. Deleuze and
> F. Guattari, and Ecological Imperialism by Alfred Crosby and
> Self-Organizing Systems, edited by Eugene Yates.
>
> The Art & Technology Lectures will culminate with Ricardo Dominguez, a
> tactical media artist, on May 12.
>
> For more information, see
> http://www.columbia.edu/cu/arts/dmc/docs/lectureseries.html
> Or email art-tech-lecture@music.columbia.edu
>
> Co-presented by the Digital Media Center and Computer Music Center at
> Columbia University