1. Visualizing Biospheria


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    2001 by Rachel Mayeri "Visualizing Biospheria" shows loops of environmental degradation and rejuvenation, and the cycles of energy and material exchange in the closed system of the office park. Biography: Rachel Mayeri is a video and installation artist whose work often deals with the intersection of science, art, and society. Her previous video work includes Stories from the Genome: An Animated History of Reproduction, Biospheria: An Environmental Opera (2001), The Anatomical Theater of Peter the Great (1999), and The Electropathic Sanitarium (1992). Her work has been screened at numerous venues, including ZKM in Karlsruhe (October 2004), Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City (December 2004), MOMA at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York and Ars Electronica in Linz. She is currently Assistant Professor of Media Studies at Harvey Mudd College and curates art and media events in Los Angeles with nomads and residents.

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    • Hoax Alien Invasion Planned' _ William Cooper Admits he was 'duped' by Fake ONI Documents


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      • Wustenspringmaus


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        by Jim Finn a well-sprung, rear-screened account of a gerbils life in the Seventies. Biography: Jim Finn (b. 1968, St. Louis) lives in Chicago and makes videos about gerbils, Jimmy Carter, and communism among other things. His work has screened at festivals such as the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Cinematexas, and the NY Underground Festival. His work has also appeared in Harpers magazine (Jan, 2000) and on PBS. He is the co-founder of the experimental Video Mundi annual festival at the Chicago Cultural Center.

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        • Dj Spooky vs Web Spinstress M


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          2002 by Michelle Handelman Handelman crafts a technologically-informed critique of the contemporary art scene using comic book action hero-style Flash animation. The heroine, an eight-legged vinyl-spinning "Webspinstress M," does battle with a bug-eyed DJ Spooky. Biography: Handelman received her B.F.A. at the San Francisco Art Institute and her M.F.A. from Bard College. She is an award-winning visual artist in video installation, performance, and digital media. Her experimental video work has shown internationally including the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Institute of Contemporary Art in London and the American Film Institute. In 1999 Handelman moved to New York from San Francisco and had her first 0ne-person show at the Cristinerose Gallery. Her work has also been included in group shows at the Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera Gallery and Exit Art. Awards include FInalist for 2000 Rockerfeller Fellowship and a Bravo award in 1999.

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          • FoundationOne in a Nutshell


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            Foundation Medicine approached us with a big task: explain their broad-spectrum genetic test for cancer patients. Sound complicated? It is. But we managed to create an experience that explains it in simple terms. This video was produced by Planet Nutshell and is intended for use in our portfolio.

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            • Unfurling


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              2007 by Martha Gorzycki 'Unfurling' - Reconfiguration of the US flag where images of cars and logos make up the stars and stripes. Biography: Martha Gorzycki received her BA from Yale and her MFA from San Francisco State University where is currently teaches in the Cinema Department. She has exhibited in the US and internationally.

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              • Silent Spring: A climate Change Acceleration Performance


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                Coal miners once hammered rock with twittering canaries living beside them, their changing song a warning alarm for a dangerous gas leak. These living sensors watched over us and kept us safe. ‘Singing Sentinels’ by London-based architect Liam Young of Tomorrows Thoughts Today explores a future scenario where bio-engineered birds once again monitor the air for us. Eighty birds have been released into the New Order exhibition at the Mediamatic Gallery in Amsterdam as an ecological warning system, living in the space and providing audible feedback on the state of the atmosphere. Across the course of the exhibition Liam performed the climate change acceleration piece 'Silent Spring' seen in the film above. As a 'pollution DJ', he flooded the gallery with CO2, altereing the air mixture to replicated the predicted atmospheric changes of the next 100 years. We hear the canary song subtly shift, their rythmn change and eventually silence, as the birds sing a toxic sky- an elegy for a changing planet. To accompany the exhibition Liam Young, Geoff Manuagh and Tim Maly have written a near future birdwatchers guide "A Field Guide to Singing Sentinels: A Birdwatchers Companion" with illustrations from comic illustrator Paul Duffield. You can see an excerpt and purchase your copy of the limited edition book online here http://products.liamyoung.org/

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                • BACK TO ZERO


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                  MG - Adventure "with the Skyman" immer wieder rucke ich auch alleine aus um zur ruhe zu kommen und eins zu werden mit der natur. zu fühlen wie du dich als mensch dort obm der kälte, einsamkeit, wind, schnee,regen und manchmal auch gewitter aussetzten musst macht es für mich zu einem lebensstil der besonderen art. nur dort oben spürt man sich richtig . habe die ehre , www.skyman.aero + www.photography-skyman.com + und www.wings of change.at

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                  • Amega Biotech Institutional Video


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                    Featuring the efforts and endeavors of the talented scientists and members of Amega Biotech in creating cutting edge biosimilars from Argentina to the world. Moving forward towards better and more affordable healthcare options.

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                    • EMOTION


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                      MG - Adventures "with the Skyman" dies war eine hike & fly tour der besonderen art mit einem freund. erste hike & fly tour in den bergen, ich denke des wor ein einzigartiges erlebnis für den michael wenn man bedenkt dass wir dort oben unser biwak bei einem gewitter der sonderklasse durchgezogen haben, regen, sturm, kälte , isomatte kaputt u.s.w...einfach alles wor dabei :-), ober super wors wie immer. www.photography-skyman.com und www.wings-of-change.at und www.skyman.aero, habe die ehre...

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