1. "Abby" (2014)


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    Video Poem by Charles Griffin Gibson USA / 2014 www.charlesgriffingibson.com

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    • Autocenter / Videodrome: 0100101110101101.ORG, AIDS-3D, Cory Arcangel


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      “First it controls your mind … then it destroys your body” is the tagline of David Cronenberg’s Videodrome. The same title was chosen for an exhibition where curator Aaron Moulton gathered more than twenty artists in the non-conventional venue, the Berlin Autocenter. Located above a Lidl supermarket the show contained a few real stars of the visual arts scene, such as Douglas Gordon, Vuc Cosic, Cory Arcangel and others. It is only logical that the cramped space packed with such a significant number of artists seemed to be a little overcrowded. The important artists were rather used to satisfy the ambitions of the organisers in the field of curatorship. However, it is useful to bring attention to the younger artists and compare them with renowned authors of video art and new media.

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      • Beat the Champ


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        Brooklyn-based Cory Arcangel is one of the leading media artists of his generation. He often appropriates, manipulates and subverts new media, including video games, computer software and the internet. Arcangel's project for The Curve, a co-commission with Whitney Museum of American Art, is an installation featuring 14 bowling video games from the 1970s to the 2000s. Using custom manufactured electronics, Arcangel has hacked each unit to play a loop of a game in which the bowler fails to score. Presented chronologically, the games collectively create a collage of sound from the abstract static of Atari to Nintendo's bleeps and bloops to the more realistic simulation of bowling sounds of recent PlayStation consoles. Arcangel also displays the video game console themselves, each with a small computer chip attached, flickering at one end of the darkened gallery.

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        • Cinematexas Loop


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          This is a no-audio loop I designed for projection at a film festival (total length of 2:47 | loops at around 1:24). In 2003, I was asked by the Cinematexas International Film Festival to organize a sort of "mini-festival" devoted to video games that would run concurrently with the main festival schedule. The result, "Games Without Borders," consisted of three days of demos, lectures, machinima screenings, performances, and general digital mayhem. Beyond identifying and courting speakers and performers for the event, I also took care of marketing, graphic design, promotional writing, press relations and venue preparation. This video was part of that last bit...I wanted to have something to project onscreen before and between events in order set a mood and to promote other scheduled events. It worked pretty well. The video footage itself came from me pointing a camera at my TV while my wife's cousin played "SSX Tricky," a snowboarding game for the Playstation 2. Camera and Editing by Erich Pelletier

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          • Cory Arcangel, 'All The Small Things'


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            This film brings examples from an exhibition by american artist Cory Arcangel at the HEART art museum in Herning, Denmark. The show, that can be seen until june the 22. 2014, are based on retro computer technology. Filmed, photographed, edited and uploaded by Lars Svanholm Musiv composed and performed by Neo Miami

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            • Cory Arcangel at Conversations At The Edge


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              Cory Arcangel at Conversations At The Edge Spring 2009 Best known for his Nintendo game cartridge hacks, multi-media trickster Cory Arcangel uses new and vintage computers, sound, performance, and the web to recontextualize popular figures (Super Mario Brothers, Bruce Springsteen, Simon & Garfunkel) and aesthetic systems (the instructional video, adult contemporary music, the “artist talk”) in subversively comedic ways. This evening, he’ll provide an overview of his practice, possibly including his Super Mario movies, the epic and aptly titled performance piece Bruce Springsteen Born to Run Glockenspiel Addendum, and an archetypal “experimental film,” complete with digital scratches and Final Cut Pro countdown. Co-presented by SAIC’s Parlor Room. 1998–2008, Cory Arcangel, USA, multiple formats, ca. 60 min. Cory Arcangel is a computer artist, performer, and curator who lives and works in Brooklyn. His work centers on his love of personal computers and the internet. He co-founded the Beige Programming Ensemble. Recent exhibitions include the Whitney Museum, New York; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Space1026, Philadelphia; the Migros Museum, Zurich; Team Gallery, New York; and Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery, Paris. His online portfolio and web portal is located at: http://www.beigerecords.com/cory/ Conversations at the Edge (CATE) is a weekly series of screenings, artist talks, and performances by some of the most compelling media artists of yesterday and today. CATE is organized by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Department of Film, Video, and New Media in collaboration with the Gene Siskel Film Center and the Video Data Bank. Programs take place Thursdays at 6pm at the Gene Siskel Film Center (164 N. State / Chicago, IL / 312-846-2600), unless otherwise noted.

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              • Cory Arcangel at MOCA North Miami


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                Clip from Cory Arcangel's Art Talk at MOCA North Miami. In this clip Cory Arcangel discusses golf, art and the necessity to start over.

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                • Cory Arcangel Beat The Champ


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                  Cory Archangel's Beat The Champ at Barbican's Curve Gallery

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                  • Cory Arcangel interviewed by Paul Pieroni on LuckyPDF TV Frieze 2011


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                    The full interview from Episode 1 of Live from Frieze Art Fair this is LuckyPDF TV

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                    • CORY ARCANGEL: MASTERS


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                      CORY ARCANGEL: MASTERS November 3, 2012 – January 27, 2013 http://cmoa.org Employing readymade digital technology as his primary medium, New York–based artist Cory Arcangel applies a hacker’s sensibility to a wide range of work that incorporates web, video, sound, performance, and photography. Arcangel’s appropriated source materials—ranging from obsolete video games to YouTube clips, and from Hollywood films to underground music—all become fodder for his visual and sensorial modifications. His artistic pursuits live as witty and informative interventions into contemporary culture at a time when we witness its rapid and frequent obsolescence before our eyes. MASTERS presents works that reflect Arcangel’s prolific career from roughly 2002 to the present, including five time-based videos, one modified video game, one modified flatscreen television, a wallpaper installation, and archival materials that touch upon an artistic practice that exists as much on the web and in popular culture as it does in the museum or gallery. The museum will debut a new work featuring Arcangel’s recently released collection of catalogued trance and techno LPs; sited in the Carnegie Library adjacent to the Museum of Art, the installation will feature a listening station and library-standard database. The exhibition opening on November 2, 2012, will feature Arcangel’s Selected Single Channel Videos performance.

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