Blog Archive for Tag: wow
I am showing the piece “WoW” at the exhibition “WoW: Emergent Media Phenomenon” Laguna Art Museum, US
June 14 – October 4, 2009.
I’ll run the workshop and performance on 11th of July and will give a lecture on 12th at at Laguna Art Museum.
Today Zeng Han will talk about his work, would love to join. I like his cosplay style SOUL STEALER photo works a lot! (Pic on the left)
Aram Bartholl (Berlin); Jorg Dubin (Laguna Beach); Alexander Galloway (New York); Jacqueline Goss (New York); Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn, Tale of Tales (Ghent, Belgium); John Klima (Lisbon, Portugal); Cyril Kuhn (Los Angeles); Antoinette LaFarge (Irvine); Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowski (Berlin); Robert Nideffer and Alex Szeto (Irvine); Airyka Rockefeller (San Francisco); Eddo Stern (Los Angeles); The Third Faction (Azeroth); and Zeng Han (Guangzhou)
This one I also found at M50 gallery area Shanghai. I like the kind of multi layered sign: 3D letters in perspective view plus perspective distortion!?!? The name of the gallery is great anyway 😉
( And of course there is a bit WoW in there.)
The one-day workshop I gave yesterday at Play08 17.-20.9.08 Potsdam, DE was great fun. The group in my workshop reflected on computer game experience in relation to day to day life. After my presentation the participants were invited to get involved in some paper work. 😉
Thx for the invitation!
Thx to Philip Preuss for support!
Stay tuned for the Lab08 presentation/exhibtion on Saturday. Lab08 shows existing work and is developing a group piece during the four days of play08.
More pics on flickr.
Jonas Hielscher (Köln)
Karin Lingnau (Köln)
Leif Rumbke (Hamburg)
Thomas Hawranke (Köln)
Richard Gutleber (Karlsruhe)
Marek Plichta (Potsdam)
Two bags full of “WoW” fonts are waiting for action. During “play08” 18.-22.9.2008 Workshops, Creative Gaming Lab and exhibition organised by Creative Gaming I ll run a workshop with school classes getting hands on paper. 🙂 The ‘standalone’ version of “WoW” with small fonts attached to a headband was introduced last year at Ars Electronica. -> Pics
Thanks to Martin for Laseraction!
Nathalie Boseul SHIN curator at Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea had invited me to run the WoW workshop/performance for “Digital Playground” at “Hack the City” exhibition 22.7.2008 – 24.8.2008. On vimeo now the documentation of the workshop and performance produced by the exhibition crew as it was shown in the museum.
Total Museum of Contemporary Art
Nathalie Boseul SHIN curator at Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea invited me to run the WoW workshop/performance for this exhibition. “Digital Playground” is an annual media art exhibition started in 2005 at Eujeongbu International Media Art Festival. I am quite exited to run WoW in korean hangul letter system.
22.7.2008 – 24.8.2008
Total Museum of Contemporary Art
465-16 Pyeongchang-dong, Jongro-gu
Seoul 110-012, Korea
Digital Playground 2008 “Hack the City!”
Recently, the outlook of Seoul is rapidly changing. It means we are surrounded by ‘under construction’ sign boards. Seoul is under-construction. One day, we have the artificial river, Cheonggae-cheon” at the down town, huge buildings, parks. What is changing is not only outlook, but our daily life is also changed. It is no longer surprise thing or imagination to watch TV or talk with friends face to face.
Last year, Seoul city government announced big plan ‘Seoul city gallery project’ which is for making Seoul as the art city. Many art works are installed on the street, overpasses. People can enjoy art in the park. However, take the different perspective, and ask to ourselves. for what we need art installations in public spaces? Furthermore, what is purpose of art in that sense? There are many kinds of arts, but if we can say about contemporary ‘media’ art, it should be more clear about that question. As I quoted above, “artists alone can’t change the world”, but I believe “artists can make people see or think the other side of what is actually happening with artworks or projects”
It is time to “Hack the city!”
The word of ‘hack’ ing does not mean the specific media oriented act in the computer science. It is not used in negative way which is stealing personal information without permission, either. Rather it is right to say that this word is chosen in the metaphorical context: critical thinking, reconsider of our social system and technology. If people think the place/space where they live, reconsider about the technologies which they use everyday like mobile phone, become unfamiliar with familiar things, then we can say that we are close to make the world what we dream.
This project is consists of two parts. First part is related with actual data which artists get from Seoul city such as traffic flow, sound capture and transfer, some official statistic data. For this TMCA collaborated with media lab in universities. EWHA Womans University and Chungang University join with
by Nathalie Boseul SHIN