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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The Data Destruction Tour 2005 at vertexList

Sun Mar 20, 2005 00:00 - Tue Mar 15, 2005

Just to come back and make sure all life in NYC has been duly extinguished, The DATA DESTRUCTION TOUR 2005 comes full-circle to stomp on New York a few more times. Brooklyn art gallery vertexList is the target point this time, and the destructive assistance of New York's GLOMAG and MARK DENARDO is enlisted in the service of our dark cause.

An unprecedented tour featuring a mobile live-chiptune assault unit consisting of underground 8-bit superstars COVOX (Rebel Pet Set), NULLSLEEP (8bitpeoples), and BIT SHIFTER (555 Recordings). Game Boys and Nintendo Entertainment Systems, forcibly conscripted into the manufacture of unprecedented electronic music -- low-res, high-energy, and completely unique. Innocent melodies and deadly beats collide to form a subversive new arsenal, all delivered on video game consoles.

JUST ADDED: The swaggering low-res crunch of Finland's HUORATRON!
vertexList 138 Bayard St. Brooklyn NY 11222, doors open at 8.15 pm, $8


Maria Lopez and Ernesto Restrepo at vertexList, chip-tunes performance by Nullsleep and Minusbaby

Sat Nov 13, 2004 00:00 - Sun Nov 07, 2004

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

VertexList space has the pleasure to present "The Mus Musculus Domesticus Project, chapter one" by Maria A. Lopez and Ernesto Restrepo.

Join us for a live chip-tunes (Nintendo, Atarti, Commodore) performance by Nullsleep and Minusbaby, free admission, Saturday Nov. 13, 9 pm.

The opening reception will take place on Saturday, November 13th 2004, 7pm - 10pm.
The exhibition will be on display until Sunday, December 5th 2004.

Maria Adelaida Lopez and Ernesto Restrepo are Miami based Colombian mixed-media artists. They have exhibited extensively in the USA: White Box (NY), Benedicta Art Center (MN), Tyler Gallery (PA)
and in Colombia: Galeria Oficina (Medellin), Valenzuela y Klenner Gallery, (Bogota), Museum of Modern Art (Bogota) and many others.

"The Mus Musculus DomesticusProject, chapter one" is a politically loaded social commentary, metaphor and a micro-urban experiment. Forty live, female house mice are trapped in a miniature city constructed by the artists in their apartment and transported in units to the gallery. The self-contained microcosm is equipped with surveillance cameras which reveal the private life of its inhabitants.

VertexList gallery hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2pm -7pm, or by appointment.

Directions by subway: take the the L to Graham Av, cross Metropolitan Av, keep walking on Graham Av all the way to the BQE. Cross Meeker Av. Bayard is the first street parallel to the BQE on the other side. Turn left, we are on the left side of the street.:-)


Sean Higgins and Chiaki Watanabe with Brian Maniere at vertexList

Sat Sep 18, 2004 00:00 - Tue Sep 14, 2004

VertexList space has the pleasure to present recent works by Sean Higgins and Chiaki Watanabe with Brian Maniere.

The opening reception will take place on Saturday, September 18th 2004, 7pm - 9pm.

The reception will be followed by audiovisual live perfo rmances by chiaki (visuals) with "Poles" (Sylvia Mincewicz and Peter Fedak) (9 - 10 pm).

The exhibition will be on display until Sunday, October 10th 2004.

Sean Higgins lives and works in downtown Los Angeles. He has shown in Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia.
Recent shows in Los Angeles include “Viewfinder” at Sabina Lee Gallery and “filesharing.001” at Art Front.

Sean Higgins’s computer print paintings are as much contemporary landscape as they are dreamscape. The Los Angeles based
artist’s pieces have been called “foggy surveillance wizardry” and transgress his genre, requiring viewers to consider statement rather
than simply setting. These new works are meditations on enhanced reality, where the present and past, interface and location,
the real and imagined, meld into one.

Chiaki Watanabe is a visual artist with interests in performance media, experimental music and film. Her works range from live
audiovisual performance to mixed media installation, video, and motion graphics. s he creates abstract video/animations -
"motion paintings" that combine aspects of minimalist and organic aesthetics. She has been experimenting with interactions
between visuals and sounds extensively with various types of sounds. Chiaki explores synest hesia - cross sense modality to
create a hybrid collaborative art form. Her work has been presented/exhibited at various video venues in US, Europe and
Japan, including New York Video Festival, Viper new media film festival (CH), ICA Cinema - VJ Culture(UK), Unitygain TV(NY),
and the X-fest experimental video festival(NY). She also has performed and collaborated live visuals with various types of
musicians in New York at The Kitchen, The Knitting Factory, Remote Lounge, Galapagos, Tonic, Dance Theater Workshop and
The Tank.


Brian Maniere is an interactive multimedia artist, computer programmer, and experimental electronic musician. He is interested in order
on the verge chaos. His past projects include the design and manufacture of analog electronic controllers for live musical performance,
improvised analog electronic sound composition, and interactive algorithmic digital visual art. His work is meditative and mesmerizing,
playful and unsettling. Prior New York e xhibitions include shows at the Chelsea Gallery, Tonic, and the Frying Pan.

Flow is an experimental audiovisual installation comprised of abstract visuals(video) and sounds. It explores a personal view
of change and continuity within the flow of lif e. A series of video images (representing 12 feelings/emotions) is projected onto
the circular screen that represents the constant cycle of life. As an audience moves around the projection,
a movement of the audience triggers the visuals and sounds. Int errogations on being part of the flow of life, balancing
constant changes and continuity with abstract expressions are the intentions of the work.

Concept and Video by Chiaki Watanabe ; Interaction, Sound, & Programming by Brian Maniere

VertexList ga llery hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2pm -7pm, or by appointment.

tel: 646 258 3792


3-d animation teaching

Sat Aug 14, 2004 07:01

New Jersey City University is looking for an adjunct to teach
3-d animation (3-d Studio Max), starting September 2004. Class meets once a week (evenings), 3 hours, 30 minutes from NYC. If interested please contact


akiko sakaizumi & mike hill at vertexList

Sat Apr 24, 2004 00:00 - Tue Apr 20, 2004

VertexList space has the pleasure to present recent works by Akiko Sakaizumi and Mike Hill. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, April 24th 2004, 7pm