|(re)distributions is an exhibit exploring the expressive potential of Handheld Computing (PDAs), Information Appliances like Pagers and Cellular Phones, as well as Nomadic technologices like Empedded Processing and Distributed Systems.|
Rants is a series of performance/ rants.
The information will be delivered in 3 forms;
1. a short movie or
audio file that may be downloaded onto a PDA and
The intention of this piece is to extend the idea of performance art into the hand held format. Accessors will receive a new performance every week for 16 weeks. The content of these performances will be meditations on information dispersal and the post media environment. I will approach this as both an exercise and a challenge. The piece will be an extended performance over a sixteen week period. The challenge is to stay fresh, to become both an information nomad and an information filter. The subject of the performances will be the work of art in a networked environment. The subject of this piece will be the artist in a networked world. Here¹s a list of possible and realized rants.
EntertainMe - Entertain
Me (first presented at the Warhol Hijack)
We live in an information
environment in America. The question is
How to access the piece:
There are two ways
to access the work.
Here's the starting list:
1. TealMovie Player
G.H. Hovagimyan is an experimental artist. Over the past 25 years he has
been involved with various groups and art movements; such as Installation
and Video Performance Art in the 1970's, No Wave Cinema and Punk Performance
Art inthe 1980's and Net.Art in the 1990's. He teaches at the School of
Visual Arts MFA Computer Art Dept. in New York City. His Net.Art is in the
collection of the Walker Art Center,
<http://www.walkerart.org/gallery9/dasc/artdirt/interview.html> , The Thing
<http://bbs.thing.net> and artnetweb <http://artnetweb.com> . A recent
interview surveying his works may be accessed via the web at Biddington's
He began collaborating with Peter Sinclair in 1996 for the Port-MIT
Their collaborative work, A soaPOPera for Laptops won an honoray mention at
Ars Electronica in 1998 for the computer music category. Documentation of
the work can be accessed at <http://www.thing.net/~soapop>
will need the TealMovie Player for PalmOS.
Find it in TOOLS.
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