mez breeze
Since the beginning
Works in Sydney Australia

Mez Breeze is the Creative Director of Mez Breeze Design, an agency which provides boutique digital product and design services (including illustration, transmedia, text, games, interface design, and responsive media). Recent and past Clients include the British Branch of Appreciative Inquiry, CloudGraf, Brandaide, Brecely Studios, GeekGirl, and The University of Technology Sydney. Mez Breeze Design has recently partnered with Dreaming Methods to produce a set of mobile-oriented projects that have been showcased at "Chercher le texte: manifestation internationale de littérature numérique” 2013: one of their joint projects was also nominated for the 2013 Digital Humanities Awards in the "Best DH visualization or infographic" Category. Mez is an Advisor to The Mixed Augmented Reality Art Research Organisation and is currently Senior Research Affiliate with The Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab.
Mez has exhibited her ground-breaking creative works widely, including at The Brooklyn Academy of Music 2001, “Playengines” Melbourne Australia 2003, “Arte Nuevo InteractivA” Mexico 2005, the “Radical Software” Show at Turin Italy 2006, DIWO at the HTTP Gallery London 2007, New Media Scotland 2008, the Laguna Art Museum California and Alternator Gallery Canada 2009, Federation Square Melbourne and Arnolfini Gallery Bristol 2010, Netherlands Media Arts Institute 2011, “Remediating the Social” Exhibition in Scotland 2012, “Network Art Forms: Tactical Magik” in Tasmania 2013 and Jeu de Paume 2014. Her awards include the 2001 VIF Prize (Germany), the JavaMuseum Artist Of The Year 2001 (Germany), 2002 Newcastle New Media Poetry Prize (Australia), co-winner of the 2006 Site Specific Index Page Competition (Italy) and the Burton Wonderland Gallery Winner 2010 (judged by Hollywood Director Tim Burton). Her works reside in Collections as diverse as The World Bank and the PANDORA Electronic Collection at the National Library of Australia. Duke University have recently extended to Mez an invitation to develop a comprehensive career archive of her works, associated documents, correspondence and papers to be housed there at the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

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Re: Inside the Inbox; real people , real SMS messages, online. The

At 11:03 PM 24/08/2005, you wrote:
>Hi there,
>I wanted to let you know about our project and our
>recent RSS blog, and public SMS features. We are hoping that digital
>artists will work with the RSS SMS features to crete their own SMS logs -
>or "SLOGS"! Also, the public 'SMS log' offers a fantastic insight into
>what people really text.
>Keywords: SMS, voyeur, publish, collaborative, mobile, blog, moblog, text
>message, reality text
>(<> is first
>and foremost a service that stores SMS messages making
>the world's largest SMS Inbox. Thousands of users store thousands of texts
>every month. Anyone and everyone can use it to aggregate their mobile
>content, treasure it forever and then to re-publish, re-blog, to share
>their personal messages with the world. The service contains RSS feeds
>and a 'Slog' a SMS log that lets anonymous viewer, or voyeurs read the
>personal lives of texters. Treasuremytext is a project in which thousands
>of users are contributing their deepest, private messages into a public
>space. What do people really send, and why do they want to keep this stuff

pays to read the terms + conditions:

"4.1 Ownership of data
Kisky Netmedia does not claim ownership of the materials you provide to
Treasuremytext. However, by posting, uploading, inputting, providing or
submitting your messages you are granting Kisky Netmedia permission to use
your messages in connection with the operation of their business including,
without limitation, the rights to: copy, distribute, transmit, publicly
display, publicly perform, reproduce, edit, translate and reformat your
messages. No compensation will be paid with respect to the use of your
messages as provided herein."

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Tue Jul 19, 2005 00:00 - Tue Jul 19, 2005

>Algorithmic instruction code can be found, centuries before the
>invention of the computer, in Latin poetry, the Kabbalah, Western
>composed music and several forms of experimental poetry from the 17th
>to the 20th century, thus forming an important, but often neglected
>historical pretext of contemporary computer arts. While these
>examples are formally simple or even primitive by contemporary
>standards, they are linked to a rich technological, artistic,
>philosophical and
>religious imagination. This extensive online publication tries to
>sketch its rich and very contradictory history from Pythagorean
>mathematics to contemporary digital art and culture, showing how the
>idea and phantasm of the word becoming flesh is both written forth
>and transformed from kabbalistic spells to computer viruses.
>Florian Cramer is a Berlin based writer who has published in the area
>of code poetry, comparative studies in the literature and the arts,
>modernism, text theory, literature and computing. He was Research
>Fellow at PZI, Media Design Research Jan - April 2005
>Available as a PDF, LaTeX or HTML file at: