Shows

Discotrope

Discotrope: The Secret Nightlife of Solar Cells

SVEN

SVEN (Surveillance Video Entertainment Network)

  • Eindhoven, Netherlands, 12 November 2010 – 16 January 2011. SVEN came out of retirement for a special installation as part of the Funware exhibition at MU
  • BYOTV exhibition, New American Art Union, Portland, Oregon, March – April 2008. [SVEN documentation included in gallery exhibition for this event; not a real-time SVEN performance or installation]
  • Whitney Museum, New York, June – September 2007.
  • Zemos 98 Festival, Sevilla, Spain, March 2007.
  • Mediation Station exhibition, Perform.Media festival, Indiana University (Bloomington) School of Fine Arts Gallery, Bloomington IN, October 2006. [SVEN documentation included in gallery exhibition for this event; not a real-time SVEN performance or installation].
  • ISEA 2006, San Jose, August 2006.
  • Digital Art Weeks, Zürich, July 2006.
  • Sneak Preview Beta performance: The State and City Library of Dortmund, Germany. Guest of the Readme 100 Festival. November 2005.
  • Alpha performance: Lord Street, HD1 1RL, Huddersfield, UK. Guest of the Digital Research Unit. September 2005.

CyberSpaceLand

CyberSpaceLand

 

B0timati0n shows (CyberSpaceLand’s predecessor):

  • Transmediale, Berlin, February 2003.
  • ENSBA, Paris, January 2003
  • Bootlab, Berlin, October 2002.
  • Read_Me 1.2, Moscow, May 2002.
  • Time Forms, CRCA, UC San Diego, April 2002.
  • Electronic Orphanage/medi@terra, Los Angeles/Internet, Sept/Oct 2001.
  • Borderhack, Tijuana, August 2001.
  • digital_is_not_analog.01, Bologna, Italy, May 2001.
  • CEAIT 2001, CalArts, Los Angeles, January 2001.
  • Einsperren, Aussperren, Aufsperren, Munich, October 2000.

 

Scream

Scream

 

theBot

theBot (one infesting the horse)

  • Rhizome Art Base 101, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, June – September 2005.
  • Vigil of Planetary Net Art, Internet, March 2004.
  • Art in Motion, Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, September-November 2003.
  • Tirana Biennale, Tirana, Albania, September 2003.
  • Artmedia, Paris, November/December 2002.
  • Faculty Show, University Art Gallery, University of California San Diego, April-June 2002.
  • Observatori, Valencia, Spain, December 2001.
  • SeNef – Seoul Net Festival, Seoul, Korea, November/December 2001.
  • ]Lite Show – Festival of Low Bandwidth Media, Boston/Internet, April 2001. Winner – Best Flyweight Project.
  • D-I-N-A (Digital is Not Analog), Internet, March 2001.
  • Paris/Berlin International Meetings, Paris, March 2001.
  • Art in Motion II, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA, February 2001. Winner – Intelefilm Award For Creative Excellence.
  • Transmediale, Berlin, February 2001.
  • immedia 1901, Ann Arbor, Michigan, February 2001.
  • Art on the Net 2000, Tokyo/Internet, November 2000.

plagiarist.org

plagiarist.org

  • Plagiarist Manifesto and the 01…..org copy, featured at Connessioni Leggendarie, October-November 2005, Milan.
  • “Markwatcher” project featured at ArtMedia VIII, Paris, November/December 2002.
  • “Interview Yourself” project featured at Transmediale 2002, Berlin, February 2002.
  • Presentation at digital_is_not_analog.01, Bologna, Italy, May 2001.
  • Presentations at Tech-Nicks, London, June 2000.
  • Presentation at Active Link, Stuttgart, June 2000.
  • Enter Multimediale Festival, Prague/Internet, June 2000.
  • Disinformation Subversive Site Award, disinfo.com, May 2000.

Multi-Cultural Recycler

The Multi-Cutural Recycler

  • NETescopio, project of  Meiac (Museum of Contemporary Art ), Badajoz, Spain, November 2009
  • Intimidad Desvelada y Alter Ego, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain, July-September, 2003.
  • ArtStream, Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, February 2003.
  • FotoFest 2002, Houston, March 2002.
  • Undo.Net a Fest@internet, Italy, March 2001.
  • CYBERART: Zones of Interaction, Internet/Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil, November 1999 – January 2000.
  • Festival Creacion Audiovisual de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, November 1999.
  • Internet Art Today, Internet/Tokyo, February 1999.
  • BESPOKE.org, Internet, February 1999.
  • 1999 Webby Award Nominee, Best Arts Site, Internet, January 1999.
  • Digital Documentary: The Need to Know and the Urge to Show, pARTS Gallery, Minneapolis, December 1998 – January 1999.
  • Werkleitz Biennale,Werkleitz, Germany, September 1998.
  • New York Digital Salon, New York, November/December 1997.
  • Ciber@RT, III International Show on New Technologies Art & Communication, Valencia, Spain, November 1997.
  • Steirischer Herbst 1997/Zones of Disturbance, Vienna, September/October 1997.
  • Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria, September 1997. Winner – Honorary Mention.
  • ISEA ’97, Chicago, September 1997.
  • Recycled ISEA (Special ISEA Webcast Recycler) Chicago, September 1997.
  • SIGGRAPH ’97 Electric Garden, Los Angeles, August 1997.
  • Dai Nippon Pavilion Web Art Exposition, Japan/Internet, November/December 1996. Winner – Achievement Award.
  • FIV International Festival of Video and Electronic Art, Buenos Aires, October 1996. Winner – Best WWW Project.

Other Digital

netsong (collaboration with Peter Traub)

  • Transcodex exhibit, Boston CyberArts Festival, April 2003.
  • Soundtoys, Internet, February 2002.
  • Art on the Net 2001, Tokyo/Internet, October/November 2001. Winner – Honorary Mention.
  • European Media Art Festival,Osnabrück, Germany, April 2001.
  • CADE Festival, Glasgow, Scotland, April 2001.
  • Net.congestion, Amsterdam/Internet, October 2000.

 

The Typewriter, Extreme Whitespace, etc.

 

With Toplap.org

 

CueJack

  • Open Source Art Hack, New Museum, New York, 2002.
  • Female Takeover at Ars Electronica, September, 2001.

 

Runme.org

  • Open Line Show, Maribor, Slovenia, May 2005.
  • Prix Ars Electronica, Honorary Mention, September 2004.

 

Deprogramming.us

  • Webcra.sh street demonstration and art installation, Dordrecht, Netherlands, May 2008.
  • Tirana Biennale, Tirana, Albania, September 2003.

 

netaesthesia (2000 – 2001)

Net art installation/performance. Text from the internet, speech synthesized and processed as music, fed into kitsch, psychedelic, abstract-animated graphics. Suitable for raves (well, maybe not quite…) A tongue-in-cheek look at the continuing arms race in net culture and technology.

 

ants under a mushroom (1996/1998)

Interactive installation in which participants “paint” with algorithmically selected moving and still non-fiction images.

  • Newmediaman Art Group Shows , Los Angeles area, Fall 1998 – Spring 1999.
  • SIGGRAPH ’97 Electric Garden, Los Angeles, August 1997.
  • FIV International Festival of Video and Electronic Art, Buenos Aires, October 1996.

 

Everything else…

Films

unbroken pieces (1996)

Abstract computer animated video in the genre of “visual music.”

  • Carousel Microcinema, San Diego, January 2010.
  • Kinetica 4, Traveling Exhibition, presented by the iotaCenter. Began December 2002.
  • Encuentros Sobre Video, University of Salamanaca, Salamanaca, Spain, November 1998.
  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, November 1997.
  • ISEA ’97, Chicago, September 1997.
  • L’etrange Film Festival, Paris, September 1997.
  • Toronto Festival of Short Films, Toronto, Canada, September 1997.
  • Festival International Du Cinema D’Animation, Annecy, France, May 1997.
  • Sinking Creek Film/Video Festival, Nashville, TN, November 1996.
  • SCREAM ’96/Fifth Annual International Film Music Conference, Los Angeles, October 1996.
  • Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, September 1996.
  • Anima Mundi Animation Festival, Rio de Janeiro, August 1996.

 

four (1995)

Abstract computer animated video. Playing against trends toward perfection and slickness in 3D computer animation, this one is kind of funky.

  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, November 1997.
  • FIVA Online Interactive Art Festival and CD-ROM. Winner – Public Award: Gallery. Montreal/Internet, November 1995.
  • SIGGRAPH ’95 Computer Animation Festival. Los Angeles, August 1995.

 

5pm (1995)

Live action video with analog image processing. Images from a city at rush hour are blended together to create linear and non-linear continuities.

  • Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, November 1997.
  • Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, September 1996.
  • FIVA Online Interactive Art Festival and CD-ROM. Winner – Public Award: Gallery. Montreal/Internet, November 1995.

 

I, Jacob Reed (1992)

Live action 16 mm experimental narrative.

  • Artists’ Television Access Short Attention Span Film/Video Festival. San Francisco, June 1993.

 

The Cage (1992)

Live action 16 mm experimental narrative.

  • Clapham and Battersea Film Festival – “Best of the Fest” Screening, London, July 1992.