1. Denver Digerati's "Friday Flash No.1" - Denver launch of new Public Art Program

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    Denver Digerati launched the year's first Friday Flash program on May 24th, 2013 on the Denver Theatre District's premier LED screen at 14th and Champa Street. The program is the first in a five-month series that brings the best in motion-based art and animation from around the world to the public in an exciting context at one of the most prominent corners in the heart of downtown Denver. "Friday Flash No.1" was curated by Denver Digerati associates Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie, along with contributions from Denver Arts & Venues' Tariana Navas-Nieves, setting the tone for the program and the possibilities of sharing work by animators and new-media artists in a public context. Artists from the US and around the world contributed work, including Protey Temen (Russia), Jason Akira Somma (USA), Jake Fried (USA), Sumit Sijher (USA), Atomic Elroy (USA), Stephanie Davidson (Canada), Faiyaz Jafri (USA), and Diego Lama (Peru). This document of the evening was shot and edited by Denver Digerati associate curator Ryan Pattie, delivering a brief look at the magnificent work on display as well as the audience reaction from what was otherwise a 35-minute long event. Many people gathered on the corners surrounding the screen specifically to view the program, while passersby's were caught largely unaware on their way through the prominent 14th street corridor to other activities downtown, including the popular Denver Center for Performing Arts next door. The context is one of the most spectacular in the city for a jolt of progressive art on a summer evening, replacing what is otherwise largely generic commercial programming on the LED screen. Friday Flash is a revolution that delivers the future of Public Art NOW! Friday Flash is held once a month, find out more by visiting http://denverdigerati.com where you can also sign up for program news. Read the Denver Post's article on "Friday Flash" coinciding with the May 24th launch at: http://www.denverpost.com/art/ci_23301938/denvers-giant-led-signs-make-its-newest-art?IADID=Search-www.denverpost.com-www.denverpost.com Visit Denver Digerati on facebook for continual updates relating to our programs and references to the world of new media and motion-based art.

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    • Protey Temen promo for May 24th Friday Flash in Denver, CO

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      Denver Digerati and the Denver Theatre District present Friday Flash, a monthly series of public screenings that will take place on the 14th and Champa LED screen in the heart of Downtown Denver. The program delivers a diverse mixture of outstanding work being created across the world from within the fields of animation, motion-based art and interactive new media. Friday Flash will debut on May 24th with a group show curated by Denver Digerati’s creative director Ivar Zeile and assistant Ryan Pattie, along with selections from Denver Arts & Venues’ newest curator Tariana Navas-Nieves. The program will continue with a screening each month on select Friday evenings through the summer, concluding in September with the unveiling of the DTD’s exciting new commissioned artworks. The full lineup of events can be found at denverdigerati.com Our selections for May 24th include the following artists: Faiyaz Jafri Protey Temen Stephanie Davidson Jason Akira Somma Jake Fried Sumit Sijher Diego Lama Atomic Elroy The May 24th Friday Flash will begin at Crave, located across the street from the LED screen at 14th and Champa, starting at 6pm with introductions to the program and evening’s artworks by DTD curators Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie, along with comments from Arts & Venues Manager of Cultural Programming Tariana Navas-Nieves. Crave’s Brandon Meyer will be serving up his FF inspired “Miracle” cocktail, served UP, both before and after the screening! Our May 24th Friday Flash 10-second promo was designed by Denver Digerati associate curator Ryan Pattie for use on the LED screen in advance of the evening's screening. Imagery is by Protey Temen, who will have seven of his visually stunning short-form works screened during the program that night. Denver Digerati is a special platform in development by the Denver Theatre District intended to nurture and bring leading advances in motion-based artwork to Denver’s public through state of the art LED screens located in some of the most exciting locations in Downtown Denver. The DTD's LED infrastructure is unique to any other city in the country, supporting a mandate to enhance Denver’s urban core through a dynamic, constant visual art presence by local innovators and leading artists from around the world. The project is curated by Denver residents Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie.

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      • Denver Digerati commences "Friday Flash" on May 24th in downtown Denver, Colorado

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        Denver Digerati and the Denver Theatre District present Friday Flash, a monthly series of public screenings that will take place on the 14th and Champa LED screen in the heart of Downtown Denver. The program delivers a diverse mixture of outstanding work being created across the world from within the fields of animation, motion-based art and interactive new media. Friday Flash will debut on May 24th with a group show curated by Denver Digerati’s creative director Ivar Zeile and assistant Ryan Pattie, along with selections from Denver Arts & Venues’ newest curator Tariana Navas-Nieves. The program will continue with a screening each month on select Friday evenings through the summer, concluding in September with the unveiling of the DTD’s exciting new commissioned artworks. The full lineup of events can be found at denverdigerati.com Our selections for May 24th include the following artists: Faiyaz Jafri Protey Temen Stephanie Davidson Jason Akira Somma Jake Fried Sumit Sijher Diego Lama Atomic Elroy The May 24th Friday Flash will begin at Crave, located across the street from the LED screen at 14th and Champa, starting at 6pm with introductions to the program and evening’s artworks by DTD curators Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie, along with comments from Arts & Venues Manager of Cultural Programming Tariana Navas-Nieves. Crave’s Brandon Meyer will be serving up his FF inspired “Miracle” cocktail, served UP, both before and after the screening! Our May 24th Friday Flash 10-second promo was designed by Denver Digerati associate curator Ryan Pattie for use on the LED screen in advance of the evening's screening. Imagery is from Faiyaz Jafri’s extraordinary short “Hello Bambi” which we’ll be screening in it’s entirety that night. Denver Digerati is a special platform in development by the Denver Theatre District intended to nurture and bring leading advances in motion-based artwork to Denver’s public through state of the art LED screens located in some of the most exciting locations in Downtown Denver. The DTD's LED infrastructure is unique to any other city in the country, supporting a mandate to enhance Denver’s urban core through a dynamic, constant visual art presence by local innovators and leading artists from around the world. The project is curated by Denver residents Ivar Zeile and Ryan Pattie.

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        • Another Dimension

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          We got older. And as we got older we realized we had rules. Not the rules of our parents. Not the rules of some big corporation or government. Rules of interaction, of engagement, etiquette even. We had grown up in a world of magical objects – things with attributes, properties, menus and options. And slowly we introduced this magic back out into the world – at least on the surface of things. In our desperation for control in a world more and more out of control, we began expressing these rules about objects in our aesthetics. Guided by visions of a near future in which the real and the virtual would be seamlessly blended, we created prototypes and simulations with increasingly higher fidelity. Yet the tyranny of the frame prevailed. Our rules collided with systems of another dimension. Stubbornly, we carried on building the simulacrum. We gritted our teeth, we dug in our heels, and we fought to stay lucid as our dreams shimmered across legions of rectangles. Another Dimension Directed & Edited by Gabriel Shalom Art Director and Production Designer: Patrizia Kommerell Produced by KS12 as artists in residence in the Deutsche Boerse Residency Program at the Frankfurter Kunstverein Commissioned by NODE Forum for Digital Arts Curated by Eno Henze Festival Director: David Brüll Assistant Curator: Jeanne Charlotte Vogt Featuring (in order of appearance): Dmitry Paranyushkin http://deemeetree.com Onyx Ashanti http://onyx-ashanti.com Gabriel Shalom http://gabrielshalom.com Protey Temen http://proteytemen.com Guest Appearances by: Diego Agúllo Jessica Cooke Tom Plümmer CC 2013 BY-NC-ND KS12

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          • FLAGS (www.flags-edition.de)

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            A trailer for the exhibition FLAGS (www.flags-edition.de), which will showcase 16 flag designs by international artists and designers. FLAGS is a part of ABOUT - Independent Publishing Fair. www.aboutabout.de | www.facebook.com/ABOUTfair VERNISSAGE: 4 May 2012, 7pm EXHIBITION: 5 May 2012, 2pm – 8pm 6 May 2012, 12pm – 6pm LOCATION: Rheinstraße 19 Mainz, Germany MANY THANKS TO: Herren der Schöpfung (3D-Animation) www.herrenderschoepfung.de MUSIC: "Deep Cover" by Sun Araw (http://www.notnotfun.com/)

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            • Moscow, Protey Temen

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              Protey Temen about how the internet changed Graphic Design. http://ahoj.tumblr.com

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              • Leica Camera Russia Anniversary

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                Greetings of Leica users and friends for our anniversary.

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                • Oil Project Bordeaux

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                  Une exposition exclusive d'un duo de designers russes, Protey Temen et Dimitry Kavko. Organisée par Daniil Rassadin, directeur artistique à Moscou et Bordelais depuis 2008, l'exposition inclut une projection vidéo baptisée « Oil Project », qui traite du sujet brûlant des dégâts provoqués par les compagnies pétrolières. Une tentative de dialogue sur les problèmes environnementaux entre écologistes et pollueurs, dont le point de départ fut l'incident dans le Golfe mexicain, causant la plus grande catastrophe écologique de toute l'histoire de l'extraction du pétrole.

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