1. Global Canvas

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    • Joshue Ott/superDraw +Ezekiel Honig live at monkeytown

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      Live set from the Anticipate Release party on October 5, 2007 at Monkey Town in williamsburg NYC. Music by Ezekiel Honig, visuals by Joshue Ott via superDraw.

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      • Occupy the Screen - Line out video

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        from Paul Sermon / Added

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        Developed in September 2014 for the Connecting Cities Event #7: URBAN REFLECTIONS Berlin and Riga 2014 European City of Culture, this installation takes live oblique camera shots from above the screens of two separate audience groups in Berlin and Riga, both located on large 40m2 blue ground sheets, which then combines them on screen via a chroma-key video switcher in a single composited image. As the merged audiences start to explore this collaborative, shared telepresent space they discover the ground beneath them, as it appears on screen as a digital backdrop, locates them in a variety of surprising and intriguing anamorphic environments. These backgrounds directly reference their social and cultural setting, containing converged scenes of Riga and Berlin in a 3D ludic game world. http://www.paulsermon.org/occupy/

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        • Mind Drops: Feeding, Sleeping and Meditating (2010)

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          from Kiel Long / Added

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          www.KielLong.net Mind Drops: 2010 (full version, Low res) Audiovisual Installation (composite of three separate audiovisual pieces). The video installation, entitled Mind Drops, consists of three dynamic audiovisual projections that surround the viewer and invites them for an immersive experience. These motion images and generative sounds attempt to represent the activity of a person through a new perspective by audio-visualising their mental activity. The videos are based on data gathered from brain activity of the artist through EEG sensors whilst enacting sleeping, feeding and meditating. Whereas these actions activate a broad variety of mental qualities, Mind Drops attempt to display them with a minimalistic aesthetic in order to produce accessibility with a great importance to subtle transformations over time. The visitors are invited to observe and live through these ‘rituals’ through inwardness. The following data collections were used for the audiovisual projections: The data for Feeding (left) was recorded whilst the artists was eating. Eating is perceived as a necessary act to replenish the body and creates the body’s physical existence within the world. The data for Sleeping (centre) was recorded whilst the artist began to fall asleep. The sleeping state allows the brain to recuperate and continue to function normally, whilst sleeping a dream state is also entered where a new reality is created for the dreamer that may challenge the dreamer’s perception of reality. The data for Meditation (right) was recorded during a half hour meditation. Meditation could be considered to be an act of replenishing the mind or spirit and during this meditation the artist focused on the thought of reality and existence. The settled aesthetic and the slow changes of the work anticipate another dimension to our reality that might, that exist beyond the scale of human observation, but might be made accessible through such aesthetic experiences and experiments. This work is part of the The Static Organ project that investigates advanced scientific methods in order to confront viewers and participants with aesthetic experiences that quest embodied human perception, exploration and interaction with the environment that surrounds them.

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          • Musica Sensibile (live)

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            Musica Sensibile agli ambienti sensibili Tangatamanu / Studio Azzurro audiovisual performance music Tangatamanu Alberto Morelli / prepared piano, sanza, conch Stefano Scarani / electronics, conch, stuzzicadentofono video Studio Azzurro from the interactive installations Landing Talk and La città degli occhi direction Leonardo Sangiorgi / Studio Azzurro video editing / adapting Silvia Pellizzari performance shooting Julia Chiner video document produced by Tangatamanu Performed on Festival Futuro Presente MART / Auditorium Lattuada Rovereto (TN), Italy April 19, 2008

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            • MIA Sessions x Joshua Davis

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              During his first Miami visit, we spent some time with the legendary Godfather of Open Source, Joshua Davis @praystation and talked about his inspiration, the real story of open source, the evolution of his work and digital art, music, and of course, Miami. Follow MIA Sessions for more details and news! Facebook: facebook.com/SessionsMIA Twitter: twitter.com/MIA_Sessions Instagram: instagram.com/MIA_Sessions

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              • 141 DOZEN [141 BOXES]

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                from Maarten van der Heijden / Added

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                Home video made on 15 March 2009 about my Bilingual Digital Interactive Internet Artwork in Progress: 141 BOXES, by Maarten van der Heijden and Michaja Langelaan. Look inside the 141BOXES at: http://maartenvanderheijden.nl Follow @Maarten141BOXES

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                • Yota Space 2010

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                  from Alexandra Sanches / Added

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                  TV SHOW (short part)

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                  • MindDrops (2010) Short

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                    from Kiel Long / Added

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                    www.kiellong.net A short clip from the MindDrops installation. The video installation, entitled Mind Drops, consists of three dynamic audiovisual projections that surrounds the viewer and invites them for an immersive experience. These motion images and generative sounds attempt to represent the activity of a person through a very new perspective audio-visualising their mental activity. The videos are based on data gathered from brain activity of the artist through EEG sensors whilst enacting sleeping, feeding and meditating. Whereas these actions activate a broad variety of mental qualities, Mind Drops attempt to display them with a minimalistic aesthetic in order to produce accessibility with a great importance to subtle transformations over time. The visitors are invited to observe and live through these ‘rituals’ through inwardness. The following data collections were used for the audiovisual projections: The data for Feeding (left) was recorded whilst the artists was eating. Eating is perceived as a necessary act to replenish the body and creates the body’s physical existence within the world. The data for Sleeping (centre) was recorded whilst the artist began to fall asleep. The sleeping state allows the brain to recuperate and continue to function normally, whilst sleeping a dream state is also entered where a new reality is created for the dreamer that may challenge the dreamer’s perception of reality. The data for Meditation (right) was recorded during a half hour meditation. Meditation could be considered to be an act of replenishing the mind or spirit and during this meditation the artist focused on the thought of reality and existence. The settled aesthetic and the slow changes of the work anticipate another dimension to our reality that might, that exist beyond the scale of human observation, but might be made accessible through such aesthetic experiences and experiments. This work is part of the The Static Organ project that investigates advanced scientific methods in order to confront viewers and participants with aesthetic experiences that quest embodied human perception, exploration and interaction with the environment that surrounds them.

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                    • Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Public Art Projects (1993-2007)

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                      from bitforms gallery / Added

                      Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Public Art Projects (1993-2007) Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (b. 1967, Mexico) is known for creating large-scale interactive installations in public spaces throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. Using robotics, custom software, projections, internet links, cell phones, sensors, LEDs, cameras, tracking systems, and often employing vanguard technologies, his “Antimonuments” challenge traditional notions of site-specificity, and instead focus on the idea of creating relationship-specific work through connective interfaces. His smaller-scale “Subsculptures” and his work in photography, video, and installation explore themes of surveillance, perception, and deception. Since his emergence in the 1990s, Lozano-Hemmer has mixed the disparate fields of digital media, robotics, medical science, performance art, and lived experience into interactive artworks. Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc. About Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: bit.ly/pSbJgx Full Biography: bit.ly/oxGaDu Select Bibliography: bit.ly/qqu9oy

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