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Joan Heemskerk was born in Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands in 1968. She studied photography, before she formed together with Dirk Paesmans, the artist collective Jodi.

 

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World of Awe: mRB (2002)

Yael Kanarek and Bnode (Judith Gieseler and Innes Yates) elaborate on Kanarek's ongoing multi-media project, World of Awe, an original narrative that uses the ancient genre of the traveler's tale to explore the connections between storytelling, travel, memory, and technology. Here, the artists investigate the diffusion of techno-scientific knowledge into popular culture through a fictional supertoy -- the mRB. In the World of Awe's Traveler's Journal, the mRB is a prototype for the moodRingBaby. Resembling an advanced Tamagotchi, the device is capable of holding conversations and telling stories. The project utilizes a 3D web interface that allows the user to browse various aspects of the mRB for clues to its origin, experiences, and character. The mRB web experience is augmented by the physical installation, which incorporates spatial, material and organizational themes.

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October 2002
 
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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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Andrew Boch is an artist, designer and maker. His work focuses on interactivity and expanding the creative experience of his audience. A founding member of the art collective Reasonable People's League, Andrew's past works include the performance event Paint Show, Goop Dream (a video installation) and the iGPS sound installation. Andrew currently splits his time between Boston, Providence and New York and finds himself wishing the "north side" of BosWash had better public transit.

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Lafiya Watson is a recent graduate of Long Island University’s Interactive Multimedia Art masters program. She is a freelance web designer and photographer, whose work weaves elements of comic and cartoon influences. Her primary web clientele are jazz musicians including: Horizon, the 29th street saxophone Quartet, and Michele Rosewoman. Her work has been shown in various galleries, jazz publications, and on television during a BET documentary about jazz musician, Bobby Watson. Lafiya also has experience working with kids, most recently working several years with lower to middle schoolers at an afterschool program at P.S.137.

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2005FTeaching Artist
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ShiftSpace

While the Internet's design is widely understood to be open and distributed, control over how users interact online has given us largely centralized and closed systems. The web is undergoing a transformation whose promise is user empowerment—but who controls the terms of this new read/write web? The web has followed the physical movement of the city's social center from the (public) town square to the (private) mall. ShiftSpace attempts to subvert this trend by providing a new public space on the web.

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Project Created: 
May 2006
 
People: Mushon Zer-Aviv, Justin Blinder, Joe Moore, Florica Vlad, Doron Ben-Avraham, David Nolen, Dan Phiffer, Clint Newsome, Avital Oliver
Research: Open Culture
Project Type: Activism, Hacking, Open Source, Software, Web
Tags: web, plugin, parasitic, javascript, hacking, firefox, design, code, activism
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ABSML is a new markup language that enables the creation of complex sentence formulas for 21st century automatic writing. ABSML tags replace parts of speech and sentence components using sophisticated semantic analysis, regular expressions, and web-based resources. In the right combination, the tags create prose that -- while based on formulas and code -- do not appear formulaic. ABSML is free and open for others to use, both through an online editor and an API (application programming interface).

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December 2008
 
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MTAA is a Brooklyn-based conceptual and net art collaboration between the artists Mark River (m.river) and Tim Whidden (t.whid). Since 1997, their playful explorations of networked communication and the economics of art have been exhibited internationally. MTAA's online artwork can be viewed at MT Enterprises WorldWide.


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Based on the EARTH dataset, individual terrain sections are printed with the 3d Systems solid object printer. These rapid prototyping prints then become the molds for archival plaster casts. The casts then become a projection surface for digital data from the specific locations.  Using only a single 35mm slide projector, "Discrete Terrains" are the absolute simplest technological reduction of the "EARTH" and "Terrain Machine" projects.

Project Created: 
January 2002
 
Projects: Discrete Terrains, EARTH
People: John Klima
Research: R&D Lab
Project Type: Animation, Green, Installation
Tags: earth, geospatial, interactive, plaster, prototype, web
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