[NetBehaviour] two new playdamages
dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Tue May 19 17:08:12 CEST 2015
That's a really nice idea - museums dedicated to net art. Closest we get to
this is websites and blogs featuring work I suppose. Or virtual galleries
as in second life.
Wonder how such a thing would look/ what form it would take?
On 19 May 2015 at 15:46, Randall Packer <rpacker at zakros.com> wrote:
> Curt, my response would be for net artists to build their own guggenheims
> of monumentality that can only be served by the network. I don¹t think the
> networked aspirations begun in the 1990s have yet to be completed!
> On 5/14/15, 12:27 AM, "curt at lab404.com" <curt at lab404.com> wrote:
> >Thanks Randall,
> >I have a (pipe) dream that before I die I will get a playdamage show at
> >the guggenheim, with 100+ monitors and directional speakers going all the
> >way up, one for each playdamage.
> >During the show in the atrium I will do an on-site residency for a month
> >where I am there all day long making 1 playdamage per day, and each day
> >the new one gets added to the wall and the web site.
> >Since that¹s not going to happen, maybe it will have to happen in a less
> >rarified space with fewer hardware requirements. Or the usual way >> at
> >my house + online.
> >There is a thing that started in chicago called ³no media² which is like
> >improvisational audio/video live performance, but without any software or
> >settings prepared. So you build your performance on the fly. Also
> >related, I like this show (
> >inckx-Chicago-Studies-Les-etants-donnes.56.html ) where she just makes
> >her installations from materials available in the museum offices. So I
> >like the idea of a site-specific process constraint where you wouldn¹t
> >use any source material from the internet or come with any source
> >material prepared on your hard drive; all your a/v source materials would
> >have to be captured from your physical production space, or generated on
> >your machine, and then of course further modulated in the machine, to
> >ultimately arrive on the wall/network.
> >The video source for the two playdamages below is cell phone video of our
> >upstairs bathroom wall with shadows through the window of distant
> >bradford pear trees blowing in the wind at dusk. And both audios are from
> >the same Yes song.
> >Best from Asheville,
> >On May 13, 2015, at 8:29 AM, Randall Packer <rpacker at zakros.com> wrote:
> >> Hi Curt, I love your playdamage works. Keep them coming, do one a day,
> >> damage control here!
> >> All best,
> >> Randall
> >> On 5/13/15, 12:34 PM, "curt at lab404.com" <curt at lab404.com> wrote:
> >>> http://playdamage.org/109.html
> >>> http://playdamage.org/108.html
> >>> love,
> >>> curt
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