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February 8th to March 14th 2013

BEST OF Fach & Asendorf Gallery. Compiled by Ole Fach & Kim Asendorf.

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DVD DEAD DROP by Aram Bartholl

DVD DEAD DROP Vol. 5 at the Museum of the Moving Image New York

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Fach & Asendorf Gallery debuted online in 2011 with these words:

The Internet, it is everywhere. It is here, it is there and it is where you actually are. It is so huge that nobody ever could print it. It is so deep that no one ever would dive to its end. There is peace and war in it, love and hate and all between. Once you have traveled through it, you will never forget, and you will come back, asap.

Since then, Fach & Asendorf Gallery has served 24 online exhibitions of digital and net art…

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BYOB – Caracas II

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Bring Your Own Beamer – Caracas II

Artistas participantes:

 Anabel Patricia Marquéz
Andrew Benson (USA)
Angel Alonso (Cuba)
Antonio R. Montesinos
Anthony Antonellis (Internet)
Augusto Gerardi
Christopher Wiersema (USA)
Damien Croce
Dominik Podsiadly (Polonia)
Emilio Gomariz (España)
Federico Cosci (Italia)
Harold Capodicasa
Hector LLanquin (Chile)
Henry Rojas 
Jesús Quintero
Mercedes Rodriguez + Origami
María Fernanda Sanchez
Miyö Van Stenis 
Nicolas Gavidia
Osmar Romero 
Ricardo Urdaneta
Sabrina Ratté (Canada)
Tirso Orive (España)
Yenireth Marin
Yolanda Duarte

Live Set: ++++Supermoon

 

 

 

Miyö in the Projet Octopus (^+´+`+´++´+´´+´+

Accueil > Expositions > Projet Octopus // pour une exposition en ligne / / towards an online exhibition

http://www.pratiquesetnumerique.com/projetoctopus.php

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Miyö Van StenisOctopus: What is your relationship to Internet art?
Miyö Van Stenis : I live / work / study / talk / flirt / search / ignore / harassment / program / I do anything on the web, but most important, I consider myself a Net Artist so my work will always be closely linked to the Internet, the technological devices to access on it and his ongoing relationship with the human beings.

O : How has the Internet changed your activities?
MvS. : Since I was 6 years old, I have not separated from a computer, when the Internet came to my country (Venezuela, ndlr) as a public service, I probably had about 12 years old from there, in the same way that the Internet evolved into a graphical environment and then be the powerful communication medium that it is today, the way I looked and accessed the knowledge or information changed radically, I didn’t think it was possible to learn something out of schools, but this space teach me to be self-taught, that knowledge could be free, that I could have freedom of thought and above all that the world was closer than I thought.
I once read from Robert Lorayn something that said the Internet had been his great teacher in life, never forget that phrase, I felt fully identified, Internet has always been a teacher, a parent or even more your best friend, but I never forget the feeling of satisfaction that I had after reading “The Temporary Autonomous Zone” of Hakim Bey -one of my firts pdf files- and know that I had gotten a little piece of that archipelago, I was not more dependent on others to learn, I could find things and shape it according to my needs. Internet not only change the way I do things, but as I understand them and I relate to them.

O : Which online work of art would you choose for this exhibition?
MvS. : Easy : http://www.miyovanstenis.com/7.htm
This work is about poetry as part of the programing code -see the source code- and how the Internet can be interpreted as an immaterial object that expresses itself in the absence of a file.

O : To whom would you like us to send this form on your behalf?
MvS. : Mmmmmmmm.—– this’s the hard part… which one…? I think Emilio Gomariz or Manuel Fernández would be perfect.

Your geographical position: Guatire, Miranda, Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela
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BYOB – CARACAS II

BYOB - Caracas

BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER (trae tu propio proyector) es un movimiento cultural basado en intervenciones colectivas y efímeras de video arte. Esta iniciativa fue creada por el artista Rafaël Rozendaal en Berlín y hasta el momento se ha celebrado en más de 70 ciudades en el mundo. En esta ocasión Producción Aleatoria trae por segundo año consecutivo BYOB Caracas bajo la curaduría de Helena Acosta y Miyö Van Stenis para tomar los espacios de Cotrain Instituto de Formación cinematográfica de Caracas.

BYOB Caracas II es una muestra colectiva, sin fines de lucro y abierta a la participación de todos aquellos artistas interesados. Los artistas intervendrán el espacio llevando ellos mismos su material de proyección (cualquiera que este sea), adaptándose y usando de forma libre la infraestructura del recinto.

El evento es una oportunidad para explorar la proyección como medio creativo y de transformación del espacio. El arte digital, y más aún el arte digital en movimiento, al proyectarse, abre un gran abanico de posibilidades discursivas, en el momento en que unas piezas interactúan con otras, las lecturas que se generan pueden ser infinitas, propiciando una experiencia de colaboración dinámica.

Términos y directrices:

Convocatoria AbiertaAyúdanos a difundir la palabra.

– Los artistas el día del evento deben traer sus materiales para proyectar (proyector, computador portátil, reproductor de DVD, extensión y todo aquello que haga falta para proyectar la obra).

– Temática Libre.

– Para participar los artistas deberán enviar un correo a info@produccionaleatoria.com, adjuntando un dossier de su obra y su propuesta para la exhibición.

– La distribución espacial de las obras y los artistas serán propuestas por las curadora en una reunión previa con los creadores seleccionados.

– La muestra se realizará el día 17 de Noviembre en los espacios de Cotrain Instituto de Formación Cinematográfica.

– Cotrain es un espacio libre de humo, sólo se permite fumar en el área asignada a fumadores.

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BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER is a cultural movement based on collective interventions and ephemeral of Video Art. This initiative was created by the artist Rafaël Rozendaal in Berlin and so far has been held in over 70 cities around the world. This time Producción Aleatoria brings BYOB for second time to Caracas curated by Helena Acosta and Miyö Van Stenis to be presented in the spaces of Cotrain Film Training Institute in Caracas, Venezuela.

BYOB Caracas II is a group show, nonprofit and open to participation by all those interested artists. The artists intervene themselves carrying space its projection material (whatever it is), adapting and using freeform campus infrastructure.

The event is an opportunity to explore the projection as a creative resource for space transformation. The digital art, and even more digital art movement, opens a wide range of discursive possibilities, while every video interacting with other pieces, this can generated endless readings, fostering a dynamic collaborative experience .

TERMS AND GUIDELINES:

Open CallHelp us spread the word.

– The artists at the event should bring their materials to project (projector, laptop, DVD player, extension and everything it takes to project the work). -International Artists will be provided with the equipment they need-

Free Theme.

– To participate, artists must send an email to info@produccionaleatoria.com, attaching a dossier of his work and his proposal for the exhibition.

– The space distribution of the works and the artists will be proposed by the curator at a previous meeting with selected creators.

– The show will take place on November 17th in the spaces of Cotrain Film Training Institute.

– Cotrain is a smoke-free area, smoking is only allowed in the designated area for smokers.

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Los Widgets como Esculturas digitales y el Feedback como la poética de la Interfaz

He estado planeando el último “adios” a mi sistema operativo OSX 10.5 -un poco viejo lo sé-, pero me estaba negando a la realidad de tener que hacer un backup de toda mi información y volver a instalar y registrar los softwares que normalmente uso, todas mis cuentas vinculadas al sistema, etc… es una tarea tediosa o por lo menos para mi. Sin embargo dado ya el tiempo que ha pasado entre Leopard y Lion, y los significativos cambios que existen entre un sistema y el otro, quiero publicar algunos trabajos que hice bajo los parámetros y errores del sistema.

So good bye Leopard and Hell-o Little Mountain Lion grrrr! ❤ ❤

1. ZXD (Dashboard Widget para mac) descargar

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2. =:Ades:= (Video)

3. Post_it_desktop_Feedback (Video – Desktop performance)

4. Quick—tp– (Web-based work – Video)

5. .††††††Viol33+ (Web-based work VideoVideo)

6. Clicks & Feedbacks (Tesis)

7. 3llo (Net. Art work)

8. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii (Net. Art work)