In an on-camera interview, Ohio working girl Mary Clowes explains that she is offering her hand in marriage to whoever can provide $10,000 to support her parents, who have since lost their farm and who, following the deaths of her two brothers, rely on her as their lone source of financial support.
He travelled by bus from his north Florida home to be at ground zero on 9/11. He felt it was his duty as an American and a patriot to be there to commemorate with thousands of other Americans this tragic anniversary.
Long after our death, the canned laughter of our youth echoes on. Our digital phantasm is teleported into the future and experienced by an unknown audience like starlight bridging the abyss of cold darkness.
Face to Facebook deals with questions about privacy in online contexts based on the most iconic of platforms: Facebook. Following the Facebook principle, the artists have built a dating site into which they have imported from a million user profiles, using special software, 250,000, which they then classified, by means of a specially developed facial recognition algorithm, into categories based on features and expressions.
Telekommunisten present R15N as a working telephone-based interactive installation which is available as a mobilization and engagement platform for the transmediale community. R15N was presented at the Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, in partnership with the reSource for transmedial culture. As the first International partner event of the reSource after transmediale 2k+12, the exhibition took place from 19 March to 6 April 2012. Read full post
Composting the City | Composting the Net examines the parallel process of fermentation and degeneration of our daily food scrapes and our shared digital commons. While Composting the City checks in on discarded food scrapes and leftovers, Composting the Net sources the immaterial wealth/junk of net data. Read full post