kanarinka akanarinak
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kanarinka@ikatun.com
Works in Waltham, Massachusetts United States of America

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BIO
kanarinka, a.k.a. Catherine D’Ignazio, is an artist and educator. Her artwork is participatory and distributed – a single project might take place online, in the street and in a gallery, and involve multiple audiences participating in different ways for different reasons. Her practice is collaborative even when she says it’s not. Her artwork has been exhibited at the ICA Boston, Eyebeam, MASSMoCA, and the Western Front among other locations.

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DISCUSSION

Saturday 10AM in NYC - "Funerals for a Moment"


Greetings all -

If you are in the NYC area this weekend, please attend "Funerals for a
Moment":

Saturday, May 15, 10AM - 12noon (perhaps a bit longer)
Meet at Participant Inc, 95 Rivington St. (between Orchard and Ludlow)
If you miss us there, call 617-290-7967 to catch up

"Funerals for a Moment" will bring together collaborators across space
and time to commemorate the passing of inconsequential moments
(contributed online at www.funeralsforamoment.net) at particular
locations in New York City. The culminating event of the project at the
Psy.Geo.Conflux will be a collaborative performance of funerals across
New York City.

Best wishes,

Kanarinka
Funeral Director, Funerals for a Moment
http://www.funeralsforamoment.net

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More info:

Funerals for a Moment - http://www.funeralsforamoment.net

Psy.Geo.Conflux - http://glowlab.blogs.com/psygeocon/

Funerals for a Moment description -
http://glowlab.blogs.com/psygeocon/2004/02/participant_17.html

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Funerals for a Moment is a project by kanarinka with anonymous, a.rios,
Andrea Moed, Cat L., Christy Georg, Daniel Ganin, Dave Raymond, Devin,
Dillon Paul, Dillon Paul, Holly Tavel, iSkot, jb, Jeremy Beaudry, jess
loseby, Jessica Poser, jhave, joseph and donna, Josephine Dorado, Kate
Armstrong, kurt braunohler, Lee Walton, M. River of MTAA, Maryan
Newbury, M Masuyama, Melissa, natalie loveless, Oren Bernstein, Ruth,
Teri & Owsley, Teri D'Ignazio, timothy cahill, Vic, wavelady, Zeke, and
others.

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DISCUSSION

Tomorrow@MASSMOCA: Public Expedition for Infinitely Small Things (and some other stuff)


Bonjour! Please consider yourself cordially invited to the following
events:

1) Tomorrow @ MASSMOCA: Public Expedition for Infinitely Small Things

When: Saturday, April 24th, 1 - 5PM, come and go as you please
Where: entrance of MASSMOCA, North Adams, MA
Expedition Research Team: David Raymond, Heather Beard, Kanarinka,
Melissa Doucette, Natalie Loveless, James Bailey, Yori Sakakura

Join the research team! Visit MASSMOCA in North Adams, MA, and help us
collect samples of infinitely small things. This public expedition and
the samples we collect are part of spurse's "sans terre" for the
MASSMOCA exhibit "The Interventionists", opening May 2004.

more info: www.infinitelysmallthings.net

2) Become a contributor to "Funerals for a Moment"
When: now until May 7th, 2004
Where: http://www.funeralsforamoment.net

Contribute an insignificant, irrelevant, boring, inconsequential moment
that happened in NYC. These moments will be compiled into a limited
edition guidebook and will be used to perform funerals at the
Psy.Geo.Conflux in NYC on May 15, 2004.
(see http://glowlab.blogs.com/psygeocon/)

more info: http://www.funeralsforamoment.net

3) Also - Check out kanarinka's updated Artist Studio at turbulence.org:
http://www.turbulence.org/studios/kanarinka/

DISCUSSION

CALL2ALL: Funerals for a Moment


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CALL to ARTISTS and ALL - forward far and wide
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www.funeralsforamoment.net

Greetings All,

"Funerals for a Moment" will bring together collaborators across space
and time to commemorate the passing of inconsequential moments at
particular locations in New York City. The culminating event of the
project will be a collaborative performance of simultaneous funerals
across New York City as part of the Psy.Geo.Conflux
[http://www.psygeocon.org] on Saturday, May 15th, from 10AM - 12noon,
(meet at Participant, Inc., 95 Rivington Street).

Please CONTRIBUTE your NYC moments to the project today or WRITE FUNERAL
INSTRUCTIONS for moments contributed by others
[www.funeralsforamoment.net/submit.php] These moments will be compiled
into a Funeral Manual. Participants at the Conflux will commemorate your
moment with an elaborate funeral.

Your Moments should be:

- in New York City
- inconsequential
- boring
- unremarkable
- unusable
- non-functional
- commonplace
- prosaic
- routine

all moments deserve funerals,
kanarinka

www.funeralsforamoment.net

DISCUSSION

Re: Internet Art Survives, But the Boom Is Over -NY times


DEAD! that's cool!

goodnight internet art! goodnight pixels! goodnight superfluous data
mapping! goodnight digitalia! goodnight perfunctory interactivity!

now let's do some interesting stuff.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-list@rhizome.org [mailto:owner-list@rhizome.org] On Behalf
Of t.whid
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 9:04 AM
To: list@rhizome.org
Cc: Mark River
Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: Internet Art Survives, But the Boom Is Over
-NY times

here's the link:

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/31/arts/artsspecial/31SISA.html

On Mar 31, 2004, at 8:36 AM, Mark River wrote:

> In a small article in the New York Times this morning
> (sorry, it does not seem to be online) entitled
> "Internet Art Survives, But the Boom Is Over", Cory
> Arcangel, Rachel Greene, Jonah Peretti, Mark Tribe and Lawrence Rinder

> talk about the death of Net Art. Yup, that's right, it's now
> officially officially, officially
> over and dead.
>
> Or, as Mark Tribe calls it and MTAA officially agrees, "Undead".
>
> So, let's all get together tonight to celebrate Undead
> Net Art at the Drinkin and Drawin' Championship, 2004
>
> http://tinjail.com/drinkAndDraw/
>

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DISCUSSION

Re: Re: e-mails of some artists


Hello --

#1 is Victor Liu at victor@n-gon.com.

Best,
kanarinka

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-list@rhizome.org [mailto:owner-list@rhizome.org] On Behalf
Of Neil Hennessy
Sent: Monday, March 22, 2004 8:57 PM
To: list@rhizome.org
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: Re: e-mails of some artists

Hi Andrei,

You can reach the Prize Budget for Boys at pbfb@prizebudgetforboys.com

cheers,
nmh

Andrei Thomaz wrote:

> hello list,
>
> i would like to ask you the e-mail address of the authors of two
> proposals for Rhizome Comissions 2004. They are:
>
> 1) the author of Whiteout. Description: Whiteout is the flight
> simulator of your dreams.
> http://www.n-gon.com/rhizome/Whiteout.proposal/work-samples.html
>
> 2) the authors of Pac-Mondrian. They are Prize Budget for Boys, but in
> their site I haven't found any e-mail address.
>
> I also would like to point to an interesting "collateral effect" of
> Rhizome Comissions: reading the proposals, I have found some ones
> that
> are very close of mine or very close some interests I have. So, the
> collateral effect can be some collaboration happenning soon; i found
> some interesting works and artists that i would n't have found so
> easily, if it was not the Rhizome.org publishing the list of
> proposals
> in the web.
>
> good luck, and excuse me for my bad english,
> andrei
>
> --
> RGB Design Digital
> www.rgbdesigndigital.com.br
>
>
>
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