Rich White
Since 2003
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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BIO
Rich White is an artist who uses digital media to explore the meaning of art and value and its perception.

This work takes many forms - from digital images and web-based works to site-specific installation and video.
Themes explored in his work include context, perception, time-travel, decontextualisation and censorship.

Rich currently lives and works in London.
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OPPORTUNITY

artists union


Deadline:
Wed Jul 14, 2004 12:42

urls of artists websites wanted for growing collection detailing artists presence on the internet.
all art forms considered.
please visit www.artists-union.co.uk


EVENT

create/remove online discussion forum


Dates:
Thu Feb 26, 2004 00:00 - Thu Feb 26, 2004

CRITICAL FORUM Thursday 26th February 16:00GMT
http://www.furtherstudio.org

Charlie Gere and Giles Lane, will discuss the ideas and themes explored
by 'create/remove' with the artist Rich White. Chaired by Marc Garrett.
To view the live critical debate, select FORUM from the FurtherStudio
menu.
You are then invited to join the panelists in an open, public discussion in the FurtherStudio chat room.

THE PANELISTS
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MARC GARRETT will be chairing this event and is a net artist &
co-director of Furtherfield.org http://www.furtherfield.org/mgarrett

CHARLIE GERE is Lecturer in Digital Art History in the School of History
of Art, Film and Visual Media, Birkbeck College, University of London.
He is the author of Digital Culture (Reaktion Books, 2002). He is
currently undertaking research into the relation between speed,
technology and the avant-garde.

GILES LANE is the founder and director of Proboscis, a non profit
creative studio and cultural think tank. Giles founded and edited COIL
journal of the moving image (1995-2000) as well as conceiving and
developing the DIFFUSION eBook downloadable book format. He has
published around 30 titles in this format since 2000. In 1998 Giles
founded the imprint RCA CRD RESEARCH at the Royal College of Art where
he commissioned, edited and published five books on experimental
interaction design projects. He has written other books on digital
design and creativity for Rotovision and product design company IDEO.
http://www.proboscis.org.uk/publications
http://www.diffusion.org.uk

RICH WHITE is the resident artist at Furtherstudio until 29th February 2004.


DISCUSSION

Submit Your Code


Artist requires snippets of Javascript, HTML, Actionscript - any code that does something interesting or unusual that can be used without need of a compiler - for 'readymade' net.art project.
The artist will attempt to use scripts sent in to create new artworks live online.

Visit http://www.furtherstudio.org for more info or send direct to richwhite@furtherstudio.org

EVENT

create/remove


Dates:
Tue Jan 06, 2004 00:00 - Tue Jan 06, 2004

The second real-time online digital/net.art residency at www.furtherstudio.org has begun.

Resident artist - Rich White.

Rich is an artist who uses digital media to explore the meaning and value of art.
For the Furtherstudio residency Rich is creating two parallel bodies of work under the headings 'create' and 'remove'.

In 'Create' Rich is exploring the theoretical, conceptual and practical possibilities of creating an 'original' net/software artwork - that is, a work that remains unique in a digital environment.

'Remove' concerns censoring art available on the net. The result will form a comprehensive archive of censored artworks.

Visitors are invited to contribute to both strands of the project by emailing html, javascript and actionscript for use in 'readymade' net.artworks in 'create' and sending in or suggesting artworks to be censored for 'remove'.

Rich will be online three times a week during the two month residency. You can watch as he works, chat with him and submit files for the project. Visitors may also view the regular discussion forums and collaborate in the visitors studio.

www.furtherstudio.org for more info or email Rich at counterwork@blueyonder.co.uk.