John Michael Boling
Since 2005
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America



Geostationary Banana Over Texas (2005) - Cesar Saez


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Geostationary Banana Over Texas is an art intervention that involves placing a gigantic banana over the Texas sky. This object will float between the high atmosphere and Earth's low orbit, being visible only from the state of Texas and its surroundings. From the ground will be clearly recognizable and visible day and night; it will stay up for approximately one month.

-- FROM THE ARTIST'S STATEMENT

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Soviet 1987 Digital Image Editing Tool



Video from 1987 depicting early digital image editing techniques in the Soviet Union using rotary scanners, magnetic tape, and trackballs.

Originally viaPetaPixel and Boing Boing

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Pictures from 01SJ


I was out in San Jose last week for the 01SJ Biennial and I took a few snapshots of the exhibits for the blog, below. I organized Rhizome's live performance event "Domain," which was part of 01SJ's film program. "Domain" included artists Jeremy Bailey, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, and JODI.

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JODI - Domain Performance

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Constant Dullaart - Domain Performance

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Petra Cortright - Domain Performance

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Jeremy Bailey - Domain Performance

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Garnet Hertz - OutRun (2010)

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H. Dio Mendoza and Pilar Ag├╝ero-Esparza - El Shop (2010)

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Eyebeam Roadshow (2010)

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Natalie Jeremijenko - xAirport (2010)

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Annette Mees and Ken Eklund - ZOROP (2010)

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Todd Chandler and Jeff Stark - Empire Drive-in (2010)

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M.River. We are just looking for a new favicon. The artist designed Rhizome starburst logo will remain intact. It just didn't translate very well to the current favicon. We are open for people to still try to use the starburst in some way in their favicons if they like.


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I totally agree Erik. I have plans to do a round up of those sometime in the future.

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Jim,

Thanks for your feedback! We have comments enabled on the Tiny Sketch collection page on the OpenProcessing server. You can find it at --- >
http://openprocessing.org/collections/rhizome.php