marcin ramocki
Since 2002
Works in brooklyn, New York United States of America

Marcin Ramocki is a new media artist living Brooklyn. His works have been exhibited at MoMa, Hirshhorn Museum, Pacific Film Archives, Art Futura, Wexner Center, ZKM, ACME Melbourne, Le Palais de Glace Buenos Aires and many more.

His recent project include the feature documentaries 8 BIT and Brooklyn DIY. Currently Marcin teaches New Media at Jersey City University. (
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blankly, perfect summer

Fri May 09, 2008 00:00 - Sat May 03, 2008

United States of America

VertexList and Galeria NOVA have the pleasure to present “blankly, perfect summer”, a group exhibition featuring emerging media artists from Krakow. The exhibition is curated by Malgorzata and Marcin Golebiewski of the Galeria NOVA.


The reception will take place at vertexList on Friday, May 09, 2008, 7pm - 10pm, some artists will be in attendance. The exhibition will be on display until Sunday, June 08th 2008.

Live performance by LoVid @ 9pm (free)

vertexList -- 138 Bayard St Brooklyn NY 11222 * Tel/Fax: 646 258 3792 *


The Rematerialization of Art

I agree that organizing a show around collecting work is a wimpy concept... but I don't see how this is the case.
This is a bunch of good work first. The concept according to Ed is rematerialization. I would just call it a selection of new media works from collections...


The Rematerialization of Art

Tom, just wanted to add a few question/comments:

1. What exactly is the problem with organizing a show around collected artwork?
Seems completely natural to me. What is the problem with good artists making
money selling GOOD work? This is the way things are supposed to be…no?

2. New Media (which for now is very much a valid category for the lack of better vocabulary) is starting to sell big time. The interest in work is growing practically every month. Buying new media is buying a right to display and re-sell an immaterial entity (legally an intellectual property). This is becoming a common knowledge amongst the more educated collectors. You buy art the way you buy software. You invest in a conceptual brand. Again, see nothing funny about it.

3. It is the immaterial entity which generates certain physical representation, but those ARE secondary, thus often parts of the edition. A singular piece of new media art is an edition of one. Welcome to the age of info-capital reproductionJ
The re-emergence of objecthood in the new media doesn’t negate the immateriality: it asserts certain well-expected dialectics…

4. Whitney: what can I say, the show is ok, but mostly NOT CONTEMPORARY art. This was the choice made by curators … has nothing to do with appeal of new media to the general public, which I find to be unprecedented.

5. Finally: I can’t see contemporary art without new media. for me they are almost synonymous.

Peace out


Spirit Surfers

Sat Mar 22, 2008 00:00 - Fri Mar 14, 2008

VertexList has the pleasure to present “Spirit Surfers”, a two person exhibition featuring recent new media projects by Kevin Bewersdorf and Paul Slocum.

The reception will take place on Saturday, March 22, 2008, 7pm - 10pm, artists will be in attendance.

Live electronic music peformance by BUBBLYFISH at 8.30pm (free)
The exhibition will be on display until Sunday, May 04th 2008.

"Maximum Sorrow Throw Blanket #2", Kevin Bewersdorf

Exhibited works by Kevin Bewersdorf include: “"Two videos for the Mitchell Chiropractic Clinic Separated by Eighteen Years" (two channel video) and “Maximum Sorrow Throw Blanket #2” (digitally produced quilt).

Also in the show “Four Seasons” (gicle print on canvas) and “You're Not My Father” (video) by Paul Slocum. Both artists will collaborate on the launch of a brand new web-surfing club “Spirit Surfers”, which will premiere at the opening reception. (

"You're Not My Father", Paul Slocum

This joint exhibition is an exploration of a new type of objecthood, which emerged as a product of the information era: the ephemeral-imperfect, forced back into the palpable reality from the domain of codes and numbers. Kevin Bewersdorf and Paul Slocum work toward establishing the contemporary expressive vocabulary, capable of transforming the internet-mediated, generic content into meaningful statements.

"Two videos for the Mitchell Chiropractic Clinic Separated by Eighteen Years", Kevin Bewersdorf

Paul Slocum is a new media artist, curator and a musician, currently living and working in Dallas. Slocum was recently included in Nexus Texas at the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas. He has also been included in exhibitions at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, Texas, and the National Center for the Arts, Mexico City, Mexico. In 2004, his work was exhibited at the Liverpool Biennial in the United Kingdom. In addition, he has been invited to do performances in France, The Netherlands, Canada, The United Kingdom, and New York.

Kevin Bewersdorf is a conceptual media artist living in Austin. His was featured recently in Passing Time and the Changing Seasons of Time at Okay Mountain in Austin. He is also known for his work in the critically acclaimed film, LOL: The Movie, which he co-wrote and stars in.

Bubblyfish (Haeyoung Kim) relocated to the US from Korea in 1992. With a background in classical piano, she has been focusing on experimental electronic music. Currently, under the name Bubblyfish, she creates "lo-fi," 8 bit sound works and experimental compositions. Based in NYC, Haeyoung has worked as a composer, sound designer, and audio engineer. Haeyoung's work has been presented in various art venues, clubs, festivals, and galleries including Centre Pompidou, The American Museum of the Moving Image, Eyebeam, The New Museum, Roulette, and Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater.

VertexList gallery hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2pm - 6 pm, or by appointment.
We are located between Graham and Manhattan Avenues on Bayard St.
For more info please visit our website or call 646 258 3792


B I T M A P: as good as new

Sat Nov 24, 2007 00:00 - Mon Nov 05, 2007

VertexList space and Blip Festival have the pleasure to present “B I T M A P: as good as new” a group exhibition celebrating the history of the digital image, the aesthetics of early computing and early video-game consoles. Expect pixels, old monitors and 8 bit sounds!

B I T M A P: as good as new" is proud to feature: Chris Ashley, Mike Beradino, Mauro Ceolin, Petra Cortright, Paul Davis, DELAWARE, Notendo (Jeff Donaldson), Eteam, Dragan Espenschied, Christine Gideon, Kimberly Hart, Daniel Iglesia, JODI,Olia Lialina, LoVid, Kristin Lucas, David Mauro, Jillian Mcdonald, Tom Moody, Aron Namenwirth, Mark Napier, Nullsleep, Marisa Olson, Will Papenheimer, Prize Budget for Boys, Jim Punk, Akiko Sakaizumi, Paul Slocum, Eddo Stern and CJ Yeh.

A reception will take place at vertexList on Saturday, November 24th 2007 from 7pm - 10pm.

The exhibition will be on display until Sunday, February 3rd, 2008.

Live 8 BIT music performance @ the opening reception, 8.30pm.

VertexList gallery hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1pm -6 pm, or by appointment.We are located between Graham and Manhattan Avenues onBayard St. For more info please visit our website or call 646 258 3792

imageAbout Blip:

The Blip Festival is a four-day international cultural event taking place in New York City this November into December, focusing on the 8-bit scene - musicians and artists who use low-bit videogame and computer hardware as their creative tools. The festival is the widest-reaching event in the history of the form, boasting a roster of over 40 international artists performing and exhibiting from places as diverse as Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Argentina, and across the United States.

Manhattan art space The Tank and New York artist collective 8bitpeoples announce the Blip Festival 2007, a four-day music and multimedia event taking place in New York City November 29 - December 2, 2007. Focusing on the modern artistic exploration of primitive video game and home computer technology and featuring 40 musicians and visualists from around the world, the Blip Festival showcases artists adopting and repurposing familiar but forgotten hardware - such as the Commodore 64, the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Atari game console and home computer line, and the Nintendo Game Boy - exploring their untapped potential and unique aesthetic character. The festival's nightly concerts and daytime screenings, workshops, and presentations are supplemented by B I T M A P : as good as new, an adjunct visual art exhibition, held at acclaimed Brooklyn gallery vertexList. The Blip Festival 2007 offers a fascinating cross-section of the chiptune musical aesthetic and related low-bit visual art, in an explosive event taking place at the epicenter of the creative world.

The festival will host evening concerts on all 4 nights. Each night's concert will cost $10 and include 8 musical acts and a variety of live visualists. Tickets will be available online starting in early November and will also be available at the door. Festival passes will also be available for sale in early November.

In addition to concerts there will also be daytime workshops and screenings on Saturday and Sunday. A complete schedule of those events is forthcoming.

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