Rachel Greene
Since the beginning
Works in New York, Nebraska United States of America

BIO
Rhizome is friends and family for Rachel, who has been involved with the org. in one capacity or another since 1997 when it was rhizome.com!!
Rachel wrote a book on internet art for thames & hudson's well-known WORLD OF ART series: it was published in June 2004. She was a consultant and catalogue author for the 2004 Whitney Biennial. She has also written for publications including frieze, artforum, timeout and bomb.
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DISCUSSION

Re: mobile art and locative media


These are such amazing resources! Thanks! I am going to pass on the locative media to some curators I know researching that field. Thanks, Rachel

>>
stay at home the next two weeks and follow the links

1) mob art links

mobile art and locative media links to art through
locative/ mobile/ pervasive/ wearable/ wireless devices.

mob art projects
http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/mob.htm

mob art research
http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/mobi.htm

2) net art links

a continuously updated bookmark file on net art --
2005 in its eleventh year.

http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/kuenst.htm

3) perf art links

a directory to augmented/ distributed/ hybrid/ mixed/
networked/ virtual performance art

virtual performance research area
http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/perfa.htm

virtual performance bibliography
http://www.netzwissenschaft.de/perfb.htm

stay at home the next two weeks and fo

DISCUSSION

Victoria Vesna at SVA


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Joseph Nechvatal <jnech@thing.net>
> Date: January 24, 2005 2:43:20 PM EST
> To: rachel@rhizome.org
> Subject: vv
>
> VICTORIA VESNA
> Guest Lecture
> @ SVA MFA Computer Art Department
>
> Wednesday, Jan 26 at 3pm
> School of Visual Arts - MFA Computer Arts Dept
> 141 W 21st Street
> Room 10-01
>
> Contact: (Joe Dellinger) joed@mfaca.sva.edu
> Phone: (01) 212-592-2530
>
> Everyone is welcome to attend
>
>
> Dr. Victoria Vesna is an artist, professor and chair of the department
> of Design | Media Arts at the UCLA School of the Arts. Her work can be
> defined as experimental research that resides in between disciplines
> and technologies. She explores how communication technologies affect
> collective behavior and how perceptions of identity shift in relation
> to scientific innovation. Victoria has exhibited her work in 16 solo
> exhibitions, over 70 group shows, published 20

DISCUSSION

Fwd: Electrohype throws in the towel


Begin forwarded message:

> From: Lars Gustav Midboe <lars.midboe@electrohype.org>
> Date: January 20, 2005 1:10:44 PM EST
> To: rachel@rhizome.org
> Subject: Electrohype throws in the towel
>
> Electrohype throws in the towel
>
> After five years of promoting and advocating computer based art
> Electrohype have to close down its activities. It both a sad and
> strange feeling to have to close down, especially when we are thinking
> of the fact that we right now are presenting the large exhibition in
> Malmo Konsthall. The exhibition Electrohype 2004 has been visited by
> more than 27000 person so far and the reviews have been very good, but
> it might also be the last things we are organizing. On the positive
> side maybe we can see it as a beautiful ending.
>
> We had hoped and believed that this exhibition, together with
> previous exhibitions and other activities, should be a positive
> breaking point for the organization. But we were wrong.
>
> A couple of weeks ago we were told by the Malmo City Art council that
> they turned down our application for funding for our activities for
> 2005. We had applied for 180 000 sek (20000 euro), to cover basic
> costs such as rent and phones etc, and a couple of smaller
> exhibitions. According to our plans additional funding could be raised
> for other activities from other sources during the year.
>
> Electrohypes application for activities was also turned down last
> year, the period were we were heavily involved in the preparation for
> the ongoing exhibition in Malmo Konsthall. This together wit the fact
> that we also was denied project funding for the ongoing exhibition
> itself in Malmo Konsthall make us really disappointed by the attitude
> from the City of Malmo.
>
> We should mention that we have been offered a consolation in the form
> of a project grant

DISCUSSION

Fwd: net art presentation: Love Without Mercy


Begin forwarded message:

> From: "intima" <3@intima.org>
> Date: January 20, 2005 10:24:43 AM EST
> To: 3@intima.org
> Subject: net art presentation: Love Without Mercy
> Reply-To: 3@intima.org
>
> Love Without Mercy
>
> [ i n v i t a t i o n ]
>
> Thursday, January 27th 2005, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
>
> Igor Stromajer: LOVE WITHOUT MERCY
> (net art presentation)
>
> CEC ArtsLink
> 435 Hudson Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10014
>
> Presentation of interactive media and internet art works by Igor
> Stromajer (www.intima.org), 1996 - 2004.
>
> Intima Virtual Base is an artistic mark for low-tech tactical
> emotional art, contemporary arts actions and sound research.
> Basic substance: the intimate, ascetic and interactive
> aesthetics. The key words for all activities are seclusion and
> ascetics. These imply intimacy, which after all is emphasized in
> the name of the artistic mark.
> http://www.intima.org
>
> Stromajer will present some of the recent works, like
> Ballettikka Internettikka, wPack, S.HTML security, Overcoming
> Political Anxiety, The Problem Stock Exchange and others.
>
> Stromajer is an intimate mobile communicator. He researches
> tactical emotional states and traumatic low-tech strategies. He
> has shown his work at more than a hundred exhibitions in forty-
> two countries and received a number of awards. His works are
> included in the permanent collections of the Centre Georges
> Pompidou, Paris, France; the Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, Madrid,
> Spain; Moderna galerija Ljubljana, Slovenia; Computerfinearts
> Gallery - net and media art collection, New York, USA; and
> permanently exhibited at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg,
> Germany.
>
> CEC ArtsLink, 435 Hudson Street, NY; t: 212-643-1985
> info@cecartslink.org
> http://www.cecartslink.org
>
> Senior Program Director: Fritzie Brown
> Manager: Zhenia Stadnik
>
> In co-operation with the Consulate General of Slovenia in New
> York. With the support of the Ministry of Culture of the
> Republic of Slovenia.
> Free admission. We welcome your presence!
>
>
> # Please feel free to spread the information over your e-mailing
> lists.
>
>
> + www.intima.org USA presentations in February 2005:
>
> Wayne State University - Detroit, MI; February 3rd, 2005 at 3:30
> pm
> http://www.wayne.edu
> # presentation: Intima Virtual Base (by Igor Stromajer)
> http://www.intima.org
> and KunstBody (by Bojana Kunst)
> http://www.kunstbody.org
> * curated by Steven Shaviro (www.shaviro.com)
>
> Bojana Kunst and Igor Stromajer: "Impossible Connections"
>
> The presentation will focus on the recent projects created by
> Intima Virtual Base: Ballettikka Internettikka
> (www.intima.org/ballettikka) and wPack (www.intima.org/wpack),
> which are using impossible connections to develop the possible
> strategies of resistance and disobedience. The projects are
> participating in the already existing protocols of
> communication, but without being servile to them, opening up
> links between emotionality and technology, production and
> ethics, desire and organization, imagination and institution.
> The distribution of politics and intimacy without any reason and
> purpose, with the use of limited, incestuous, defined and
> controlled protocols is a dystopia and a nonservile revolt to
> the world of capital, which can be disarmed only with the use of
> its own incestuous tactics.
>
> - - -
>
> Maryland Institue College of Art - Baltimore, MD; February 8th,
> 2005
> http://www.mica.edu
> # presentation: Problemarket.com - Problem Stock Exchange (by
> Davide Grassi & Igor Stromajer)
> http://www.problemarket.com/aboutus.html
> * curated by Michael Rakowitz (www.possibleutopia.com/mike)
>
> Brown University, Bell Gallery, Providence, RI; February 10th,
> 2005 at 4 pm
> http://www.brown.edu
> # presentation: Problemarket.com - Problem Stock Exchange (by
> Davide Grassi & Igor Stromajer)
> http://www.problemarket.com/aboutus.html
> * curated by Vesela Sretenovic
>
> "If you can't solve it, sell it!" (Leonardo Reviews MIT Press)
> Problemarket.com is a joint-stock company on which shares of
> several different companies dealing with problems are listed.
> Firms buy, sell, rent and lease problems. Problemarket.com is
> responsible for organizing and managing of the international
> Problem Stock Exchange, operational since 2001.
>
>
>
> - - -
> Intima Virtual Base
> [ low-tech solution for tactical emotional art ]
> http://www.intima.org
> 3@intima.org
> t: 718 349 7771 (Brooklyn, NY)
>
>
>
>
>

DISCUSSION

Cornerhouse Exhibitions


>
> The world will produce more data in the next three years than has been
> created throughout history. Cornerhouse presents 3 new exhibitions, by
> George Legrady, Charles Sandison & Eva Wohlgemuth, that reflect on the
> emotional impact of data:
>
> Exhibition Launch: this Friday (Jan 21), 6.00pm
>
> Cornerhouse, Manchester
>
>


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