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11/29/14 Posted 11/29/14

EXHIBITION ESPOIR of the artist BRUCE (Bruce de Jaham) on the CHAMPS ELYSEES - PARIS November 14, 2014 to January 5, 2014 ESPOIR - 2014 - Stainless steel, rusty stainless steel, Bronze and Bohemian Glass (materials recovery and recycling) 1000 hours of work were needed to create this work - 4,6 x 1,6 m Characters inspired by the mythological imagination created from recycled materials. The shield comes from a distillation of an ancient tropical rum. The plinth is rusted steel in a bat... [more]

1,000 year of the CHURCH of SAINT GREMAIN des PRES in PARIS  
11/29/14 Posted 11/29/14

ANGE de l'Espérance de Saint Symphorien By BRUCE (Bruce de Jaham) 1,000 Year of the CHURCH of SAINT GERMAIN des PRES in PARIS ANGEL of Hope St Symphorien - 2014 - Compression Stainless, Bronze and Glass (Bull Ice - Royal Blue) - More than 2,000 hours were necessary for the realization of this work - 5, 80 mx 2 m. Made entirely, worked and shaped his hands full in his studio "Little Granada" in Martinique The work is composed of metal recovery and recycling to whom we gave a sec... [more]

Art Project at East London Train Station Tweets Speculative Headlines to Affect Stock Market Algorithms. No, Really.   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Ami Clarke, Richard Cochrane at Banner Repeater September 20th, 2014 - November 30th, 2014
Posted 9/30/14

In April 2013 the Associated Press’ Twitter account was hacked, and announced the false report to the world that President Obama had been injured. The offending tweet was immediately removed, but with today’s nanosecond-accurate high-frequency trading algorithms, ‘immediately’ now comprises enough time for a 143 point downturn on the Dow Jones, a ‘flash crash’ that only lasted minutes. Although the stock market recovered quickly, the event spurned concern ab... [more]

A London fall primer for everyone (but especially Internet lovers)   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 9/3/14

Autumn is high season for art and it’s an impossible task to keep up with the Smoke’s endless openings. Best to spread it out and try to see something of everything. The best exhibitions will kick off the season before Frieze takes over in October and demolishes everything artistic in its path. With this in mind, I’ve pulled together a little bit of this and a little bit of that—but basically, it’s all about the Internet. Best exhibition for British Art: MIRRORCITY, the... [more]

3/14/14 Posted 3/14/14 [more]

Bibliophilia in Technophobia, Pt. II: The Return of the Zine   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Posted 11/26/13

Some years back an acquaintance who I guess is about eight years younger than I am (I’m thirty-seven now, so at the time I was probably thirty-two and she twenty-four), sent out an email telling people about her “zine.” In the text, she said something like, “don’t know what a zine is?” and then included a link to a Wikipedia article … on zines.[i] I smiled a bit haughtily; this somehow brought me back to my teens and early twenties, when I never quite fully understood w... [more]

Leave me alone: An Interview with Driant Zeneli  
11/3/13 Posted 11/3/13

Turin, Italy, Nov. 2013: Driant Zeneli is one of the most promising young artists in the contemporary art panorama. Born in Shkoder, Albania in 1983, he moved to Italy when he was eighteen. His video works tell people’s dreams, desires, hopes and failures, starting from performances and actions where chance plays an essential role. About two weeks ago at the Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Turin, he presented his latest creation, Leave me alone, in the context of the show “Vitrine – Gente in strada (Passaggio pedonale)” curated by Anna Musini, on display unt... [more]

John Brown Song! : an Interview with Laylah Ali  
10/7/13 Posted 10/7/13

New York, Sep. 2013: Laylah Ali isn’t a media guru by any means. Traditionally a painter, Ali is more at home poring over paint samples than messing with pixels. But after being asked by the Dia Art Foundation to create an online piece, she decided to venture outside her familiar mediums of paint and paper to explore the life and legend of militant abolitionist John Brown. In John Brown Song! Ali assembled some nineteen videos of her friends, relatives, fellow artists, co-workers, and acquai... [more]

Barrington Cultural Arts Center Internet Class for Artists and Photographers  
9/1/13 Posted 9/1/13

I'll be teaching the class Building an Online Presence: The Internet for Artists and Photographers for the Barrington Cultural Arts Center on September 21, 2013.The class is for both artists and photographers who are either just starting as well as for those who are looking to improve their web site's traffic and rank. Registration is required and seating is limited. For complete details see [more]

My new artbook  
7/6/11 Posted 7/6/11   I made a new artbook where you can find my artworks from 2006 to 2011 .Enjoy the book. Patricia [more]

Call for proposals: 2011 commissions program  
Posted 12/10/10

Call for proposals: 2011 commissions program Deadline: February 14, 2011 Triple Canopy is pleased to announce its second annual call for proposals. We will be commissioning projects spanning the six areas outlined below—original research, new-media journalism, public programming, Internet-specific artwork and literature, and critical dialogues—to be published in the magazine and presented before live audiences between July 1, 2011, and June 30, 2012. Proposals are due by February 14, 2011.... [more]

Why Artists need to be online  
8/25/10 Posted 8/25/10

At Rise Art, we have recently dedicated an article to why artists should be online and received a great response from our community. To read the article and participate in the debate, please follow this link: Why artists need to be online. [more]

Stunts, Stealing and Tumblr Internet Art Photography and the Permanent Depression  
8/5/10 Posted 8/5/10

We are clearly in a major and permanent depression, as the internet has replaced every job which required manufacturing, boxing, stocking, racking, packaging, shipping, typesetting, retrieving records, printing, filing, directing phone calls, ringing up prices (bar codes) and even advertising agencies. (A monkey can purchase click-ads with selected market parameters) We seem about a year away from selling apples on the street, and I don't mean Ipods. I hear reporters over and over again sa... [more]

JstChillin From Everywhere  
1/18/10 Posted 1/18/10

The emergence of internet galleries has not only cultivated and enriched a new generation of artists working primarily with new technologies, but has created a viral platform to present internet art in a legitimate and competent manner. The post-medium and post-studio conditions of artists involved in online curatorial projects speak of their positive non-committal nature. That is, not one that i have spoken to is focused on one task (i.e. to be "a painter"). Instead, they view their work and their... [more]

Selling Art Online: A Virtual Art Opening and Exhibit in Second Life  
7/14/09 Posted 7/14/09

My "leave no stone unturned" approach to internet marketing of art has led me to explore the publicity and commerce potential of Second Life, a sort of Social Network on steroids. After a couple weeks of going to openings and meeting people, I have my first exhibit, planned. Last night, a gallery owner I had met a couple weeks ago, offered a solo show to me, opening this Monday! I guess things move pretty quickly in SL, no need for advance publicity, etc.There will be live music, probabl... [more]

Disasters 2.0   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Constant Dullaart at Ellen de Bruijne Projects April 11th, 2009 - May 16th, 2009
Posted 4/19/09

Constant Dullaart (the Netherlands, 1979) has just finished his residency at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam, with a practice focusing on contemporary image language at it's dirtiest. Trained as a video artist, his work has recently focussed on the Internet and re-contextualizing found material. His works are widely discussed online. Brian Droitcour writes for Art in America magazine: "Dullaart's readymades, however, demonstrate his interest in what might be called 'default' style - the bland t... [more]

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