Quiet and persistent, Fung Lin Hall's
digital images create a subtle current of uncertaintly that invites interpretation
and re-evaluation of what is seen. Combined with her quirky and humorous
comments, Fung Lin mixes American politics, POP culture, contemproary
art theory, and ordinary vegetables into one intriguing digital stew.
Good Vibrations - Time As Special Effect
Sean Cubitt develops a series
of principles that offer a unique vantage point for a discussion of the
nature of digital artwork. The paper was originally presented as the keynote
address for "Digital Aesthetics: A Symposium on the Cultures of Time and
the Everyday", Innis College, University of Toronto, on April 15th 2000.
This html installation by Jeremy
Turner and Mia Thomsett puts a new twist on your ordinary chat
room encounters. A virtual cast of characters discusses everything
from soft porn movies to discreet music.
to enter ...
the Silence: Telling the Story of the Queer Widow
Life After Death: Embracing the Queer
Widow is a ground breaking exhibition that addresses the experience of
the "queer widow." Curated and produced by Dan Pillers, the
show opened on June 15, 2001 at SPACE 743 in San Francisco.
Big Here and Long Now
Brian Eno investigates the possibilities
of living in the long now, and of thinking and being in the big here.
First published as a background essay for the Long Now Project, many of
the themes that Eno discusses infuse his installation titled "New Urban
Spaces Series No.4 which opened at SFMOMA March 3, 2001
Generator Version 2.3
Digital fluxus artist H-Ray Heine's
interactive media work gives a new twist to the idea of an immersive interface...
Described as a Semantic Rorschach Test and Digital Tarot Deck in One,
the work invites you to explore the intersections of meaning and chance.
A digital media work by Italian visual
music composer Sergio Maltagliati encourages the user to explore
this interactive instrument. (flash plug-in and audio card required)
JD Jarvis provocative text on
new media art was first published in EFX Art and Design magazine, but
we thought what better way to start the new millenium than with a call
for one more (digital) manifesto