Carlo Zanni

Member Since January 1, 1996

Since the early 2000’s Carlo Zanni’s practice has explored the use of Internet data to create time-based works that combine a pronounced social consciousness with the mediated experience of advanced technologies. In many ways it finds its roots in Sol Lewitt’s statement, “The idea becomes a machine that makes the art”, only Zanni prefers a more updated version: “The idea becomes the code that renders the art.” Zanni (born in La Spezia Italy, 1975) has been the recipient of a commission and he has shown in galleries and museums worldwide including: Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; New Museum, New York; Marsèlleria, Milan; Tent, Rotterdam; MAXXI, Rome; P.S.1, New York; Borusan Center, Istanbul; PERFORMA 09, NY and ICA, London. Zanni also invented ViBo, an Open Source Project and he is the author of “Art in the age of the Cloud” published by Diorama Editions
Glad to see Google is following my "suggestions"

Google Street View Time Machine:

23 April 2014
This is a great doc !

I remember the days on Mercer st.
Mark Tribe kindly hosted a tube of paintings of mine for a while and I also had the ...
Short update to say that (I can't believe it) they just kicked me off the "Self Portrait With Dog", it happened today or while this article was on its way ...
"The Possible Ties Between illness And Success"

website is back online, documentation only (rendering processes 2006-2007)