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This week I’ve been researching what type of open source license to use with the Open Video Sync (OVS) project — one of the many things I’ve got going on at Eyebeam.

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Open Video Sync will do amazing things for video artists (and others), namely the ability to synchronize video playback across multiple cheap video players, such as the iPod touch.

 
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Chain X Three(2002) three channel, synchronized video installation (16mm film on dvd, 5:1 sound; 40 minutes)

In Chain X Three, malls, highways, franchises and corporate centers across the globe are joined into a "superlandscape." These indeterminate sites, shot over six years in locations ranging from Florida and Dallas to Berlin and Melbourne, are presented in a panoramic triptych. Documentary merges with hints of narrative as voices and current events filter into the landscapes. Chain includes original music created and performed by Montreals Godspeed You Black Emperor! This installation is the first release in a continuing series of connected Chain projects, which will culminate in a feature film.

Project Created: 
October 2002
 
People: Jem Cohen
Project Type: Video
Tags: video
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Michael Sarff and Tim Whidden formed the artist collaboration MTAA in 1996. MTAA has presented artworks and performances at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Postmasters Gallery and Artists Space, all in New York city; The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis; The Beall Center for Art and Technology in Irvine, CA,The Getty Center in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. International exhibitions include the Seoul Net; Film Festival in Korea and Videozone2 - The 2nd International Video Art Biennialin Israel. The collaboration has earned grants and awards from theCreative Capital Foundation, Rhizome.org, Eyebeam and New Radio; Performing Arts, Inc..

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Michael Sarff and Tim Whidden formed the artist collaboration MTAA in 1996. MTAA has presented artworks and performances at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Postmasters Gallery and Artists Space, all in New York city; The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis; The Beall Center for Art and Technology in Irvine, CA,The Getty Center in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 

International exhibitions include the Seoul Net & Film Festival in Korea and Videozone2 - The 2nd International Video Art Biennialin Israel. The collaboration has earned grants and awards from theCreative Capital Foundation, Rhizome.org, Eyebeam and New Radio & Performing Arts, Inc.. 

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Torsten Zenas Burns and Darrin Martin began their collaborations in the video and sculpture programs at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, where they both received their BFAs, 1990 and 1992 respectively. Burns was born in 1968 and received his MFA in video and performance from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. Martin was born in 1969 and received an MFA in media and sculpture from The University of California, San Diego in 2000. Together, they have based their single channel videotapes, curations and current performance works on their research into diverse Séance-fictions including reimagined educational practices, cryptozoological musicals, and trans-human stories. They have jointly participated in residencies at Eyebeam,and The Experimental Television Center in New York State. In 2003, Electronic Arts Intermix commissioned their net art project, “Lesson Stalls:Learning Net” which can be found at www.eai.org/lessons.

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Darrin Martin creates videos, sculptures and installations, which explore how technologies are used to attempt to measure and augment, our daily perceptions. He studied video with Peer Bode at Alfred University receiving his BFA in 1992 and digital media with Lev Manovich at UC San Diego, MFA 2000. He has exhibited videos and performances internationally at festivals and museums including The Museum of Modern Art, DIA Center for the Arts, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Arts, Pacific Film Archives and The European Media Art Festival in Germany. His installations have exhibited at venues such as The Kitchen in New York, WRO Media Arts Biennale in Poland and Pacific Switchboard in Portland.  

Martin’s work is distributed by The Kitchen, Video Data Bank in Chicago, and Vtape in Canada. He occasionally curates video screenings at a variety of venues and is currently an Assistant Professor teaching video and media arts at UC Davis.

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G.H. Hovagimyan is an experimental digital artist working in a variety of forms. He was one of the first artists in New York to start working with the Internet in the early nineties. His work ranges from hypertext works to digital performance art and installations. His streamed video talk shows, Art Dirt and Collider explore and document the artists of the digital art scene at the time circa 1995-2000.

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Start Date: 
16 Oct 2002 - 1 Dec 2002
Hours: 
Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 6 pm
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Beta Launch: Artists in Residence '02

540 W. 21st St.

Beta Launch: Artists in Residence '02 is the inaugural exhibition of Eyebeam's Artists in Residence Program, a multidisciplinary initiative that supports the development, creation, and presentation of art works using new technologies and digital tools. The exhibition was on view from October 16 through December 1, 2002, at Eyebeam's Chelsea facility.

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Tonight opens the full compilation of my Video Portraits artwork in the video room at Micaela Gallery (San Francisco) as part of the Winter Salon 2009 series.

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The work of Christian Jankowski is a performance, which engages often unsuspecting collaborators to innocently collude with him, making them 'co-authors' of the final result, who often (sometimes inadvertently) participate in the very conceptualisation of the work. The collaborative nature of Jankowski's practice is paramount, as each participant unwittingly contributes his or her own texture. With Jankowski, there is as much emphasis on the journey as the destination, and the risks and chances inherent in his collaborations ultimately give surprising shape to the final works. The product of a generation that grew up with the ubiquity of film and television, its inherently populist influence is evident throughout Jankowski's work.

Christian Jankowski lives and works in Berlin.

Project Created: 
December 2006
 
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