1. Cerchi a scorrimento


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    Film sperimentale Gruppo MID 1966, restaurato nel 2006 Cerchi a scorrimento Perimetri circolari con movimento a scorrimento lineare, illuminati da luce stroboscopica tricromatica.

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      • 6. Brooklyn is Watching : Chance-Imagery #4


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        17-18 March 2010 Virtual Artwork filmed in Second Life® at Brooklyn is Watching Artists: Banrion Constantine, Betty Tureaud, comet Morigi, Dekka Raymaker, Fearchar Enoch, four Yip, Gleman Jun, Glyph Graves, Juria Yoshikawa, Kicca Igaly, L1Aura Loire, Naiman Broome, Oberon Onmura, Pol Jarvinen, Solo Mornington, Sowa Mai Thanks to: Elpis Oh, Finn Zeddmore, Rebecca Bournemouth, Solo Mornington Music: Sound Architect by Hern Worsley, Mantis Oh, Talia Tokugawa brooklyniswatching.com/ ::: Soup ::: Push slurl.com/secondlife/Push/121/51/22

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        • "This Moment is Gone" (逝去的时光) - island6 Arts Center


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          Humans are perpetually attempting to control time. We are obsessed with it. The progression, the loss, the usage – we will never escape the judgmental eye of time. Photography often seems to provide people with a sense of satisfaction, in that it is through this medium that they can conquer the unconquerable. Here is some time, neatly bottled and retouched, lovingly born out of silver halides and the whir of a shutter. Who knows what we are truly creating each time we lift our cameras to stop the march of time. What have we caught? French philosopher, Henri Bergson, in his theory of Duration, contended that time would always elude science. Once you attempt to measure a moment, the moment is no longer a moment; it is gone, it is past. Bergson noted that once you are even conscious that moment is happening and is perhaps worth capturing, it is already a memory. Does this make photography simply a pathetic reminder of the human desire to control time? Perhaps the photographs on the walls of family living rooms provoke a deep-seated anxiety that is quickly beaten back by the insistence that happiness was successfully captured and reproduced. “You will never be here again,” taunts the photograph of children building sandcastles, “This wasn’t even you then.” ARTIST: Liu Dao 六岛 MEDIA: RGB LED display, acrylic painting, paper collage, teakwood frame EDITION: Unique DATE: Made in island6, Shanghai 2014 SIZE: 48(W)×67(H)×5(D) cm | 19(W)×26.4(H)×2(D) inches CREDITS: Katerine 凯瑟琳(performance) • Xu Yihan 徐义涵 (painting) • Thomas Charvériat (art direction & technical guidance) • Anto Lau (art direction & animation) • Jean Le Guyader (documentation) • Guan Yan 官彦 (production supervisor) • Yeung Sin Ching 杨倩菁 (production supervisor) • Mark Mehanni (casting)• Kathleen McCampbell (author) For more information: http://www.island6.org/ThisMomentIsGone.html

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          • God Complex


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            audio by Remington Messinger video by Chloe Stein

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            • motive


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              video installation

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              • Remote Space Time Data Imaging and Revisualizing System Using Reduced CP437 Character Set (2014)


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                The installation consists of two parts.  First an automatic robot, which moves inside a separated circle shaped area. A videocamera attached to the robot’s head captures the surroundings from the robot's point of view. In the camera there is only one row of pixels activated, so it functions as a kind of digital photo-finish camera. A microcontroller connected to a receiver is transferring each pixels grayscale tone to special ascii caracters and transmitting this information (sent by the robot) constantly to the other part of the installation, a matrix printer, which is continuously printing on an endless roll of paper. The project’s substantive question is: how can human reception interpret the vision of the present complex visual imaging systems? The robot looks and moves without any external order, so it actually gets around the artist's omnipotence. The process' result is the printed picture. In this picture time and space are merged due to the nature of the technology. The 'infinite' roll of paper emphasizes this interlocking and reflects on the continuous data flow of these devices.

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                • More Than Oneself (Shorter Cut)


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                  Benjamin Grosser More Than Oneself 2014 Assembled Vine Video Loops with Audio, 4 minutes Part video and part sound art, More Than Oneself uses assembled Vine loops captured with a front-facing smartphone camera to explore the aesthetics of watching oneself while editing oneself. What kind of interactive performance possibilities are created when one's self is continuously subject to self evaluation? How does temporal truncation through interactive editing change the immediate experience of self? Further, does this software-enabled feedback loop lead to a certain kind of aesthetic experience? http://bengrosser.com (slightly longer cut: https://vimeo.com/100020291)

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                  • Inez de Vega_Suite (2012)


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                    'Suite' is a mini musical melodrama. It is a meditation on being a nobody in a world where everybody wants to be a somebody. Borrowing footage from 'The Sweet Life' by Italian neorealist filmmaker Federico Fellini, performance artist Inez de Vega sings about the futility of life without youth, beauty and fame while wishing she was one of the director's celebrated heroines from the 1960s. Inez de Vega is an Australian artist whose performances are captured in moving image and still photography. Her cinema-infused works play with our inherited screen culture to create theatrical representations of fransgression, trauma and psychological neurosis. For more information about her practice, please visit the following website: www.inezdevega.blogspot.com

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                    • Building our virtual Pont des Arts bridge..


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                      ..at Debenhams department store, London These golden bridges will let you create a virtual love lock, sign it and see it live there amongst the other love stories. This clip shows the golden bridges, before the locks start to fly on.. The bridge was commissioned by Chloe. http://greyworld.org

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