1. KAMPO Performance @INDAF 2010


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    KAMPO Performance @INDAF, 2010. 9. 1 This video shows a debut performance of KAIST Mobile Phone Orchestra at INDAF(Incheon International Digital Art Festival) 2010. More information is available at http://kampo.kaist.ac.kr

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    • INDAF 2010


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      Minha Yang & Young-gyu Chang, 'Meditation 1008~', 2010

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      • LPDT2/avatars


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        A short clip which foregrounds the avatars of the LPDT2 installation in Second Life. Please go to http://vimeo.com/14518397 for full project description.

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        • Bible Expo After typhoon, Incheon Korea 2010 09 02


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          • Meditation 1008~


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            Meditation Often I imagine the city that doesn’t have any visual and auditory symbols around us. But we cannot remove any of mechanisms constructing our world. And we cannot exert even a little influence on the media that were made by those mechanisms. If we have no power to reform our environment, we need to find the possibility of meditation using the signifiers filled the cities. ‘Meditation 1008~’ is a practical and alternative meditation that can only work once you let yourself into the sorcery-like symbols. Numerous symbols are compressed into the work. The compressed symbols are expressed irregular patterns of sound through the three of audio-visual installations, and the sound transforms and visualizes the waves sinking inside. The reproduced media through compressions and suppressions provide more possibilities of thinking and choices than the values contained in it’s own form. Through these processes, ‘Meditation 1008~’ can be a right tool for meditation. . exhibition 2012.08 Meditation 1208~ -The Creators Project / Sao Paulo, Brazil 2012.04 Meditation 1111~ -Beijing Art Fair CIGE Special Exhibition 2012.03 Meditation 1203~ -The Creators Project / San Francisco 2011.11 Meditation 1111~ -Art and Techne / Hangaram Museum 2011.10 Meditation 1109~ -The Creators Project / NYC 2011.09 Meditation 1109~ -The Creators Project KR / Kunsthalle 2011.06 Meditation 1401~ -Mediascape, a pas de Nam June Paik / NJP Art Center 2010.09 Meditation 1008~ – WAVE, INDAF(Incheon Digital Art Festival) / Art Center NABI Objet, Artwork, Software ETC : Yang Minha Sound : Jang Young Gu

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            • LPDT2


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              LPDT2 is the Second Life incarnation of Roy Ascott’s groundbreaking new media art work La Plissure du Texte (“The Pleating of the Text”), created in 1983 and shown in Paris at the Musée de l’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris during that same year. The title of the project, “La Plissure du Texte: A Planetary Fairy Tale,” alludes to Roland Barthes’s book “Le Plaisir du Texte”, a famous discourse on authorship, semantic layering, and the creative role of the reader as the writer of the text. As was also the case in its first incarnation “distributed authorship”, a term coined by Ascott has been the primary subject of investigation of LPDT2. Whereas in 1983 the text was pleated by a number of human storytellers positioned around the globe; in the three dimensionally embodied metaverse the storytellers show novel and unexpected attributes: An emergent textual architecture/geography, as well as a number of autonomous “bot” avatars which dwell inside this bizarre literary landscape are pleating the text by acting as communication nodes between the narrators of this new version of the tale: The persistent distributed authorship is now accomplished by many writers throughout the ages: A text generator telling a non-linear, multi-faceted, often times poetic, story harvested from the famous online Gutenberg Project is now distributing its output amongst architecture and its inhabitants, generating dialogues and iterations taking their trajectories from masterworks of classical literature. The pleating resembles musical sampling, the connection between the sentences fades, text becomes noise, from which the audience generates meaning. The structure on the simulator adds yet another layer of pleating by visually mixing the different sources of text, while yet another layer of textual input will be provided through a contribution by i-DAT from the University of Plymouth, UK, by means of which Real Life visitors will be able to contact the LPDT2 by sending SMS messages. Thus all pleated text - the generated, the contributed, and the stored - is simultaneously visible as a massive, ever evolving literary conglomeration. LPDT2 will be projected into Real Life in Seoul, Korea during the INDAF new media art festival held at Tomorrow City, Songdo, Incheon, throughout September 2010. The project will also be open to visitors in Second Life during this month, starting from September 1st. Roy Ascott’s project has been co-authored in Second Life by Selavy Oh (programming and architecture), MosMax Hax, aka. Max Moswitzer (architecture and terrain) and Alpha Auer + Alpho Fullstop, aka. Elif Ayiter (avatars and soundscape). Further associates are Frigg Ragu, aka. Heidi Dahlsveen (avatar animations) and i-DAT from the University of Plymouth, UK (Real Life SMS input). Special thanks go to the University of Applied Fine Arts, Vienna, who have made the project come to life through the provision of their Second Life island for the duration of the show.

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              • indaf2010 Promo 2


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                • indaf2010 Promo 1


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