- 'Beyond TV'until 31.08.06 Museum of Television and Radio (NY)
- 'BUGS /// KÄFER' a project of Christopher Bauder & Till Beckmann (D)
- The Peoples Poppy by Helen Marshall & Digital Arts (UK)
- New Urban Realities China Contemporary until 13.08.06 Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam (NL)
- Gasometer by
Marta Galvao Lucas (P)
- “Once upon a time Chernobyl” until 08.10.06 , CCCB, Barcelona (ES)
- Bellhead by Henrique Roscoe, Brazil
- Flying Dropkick by Oliver Larick
- Art Basel (CH)
- SoniColumn Jin-Yo Mok (KOR)
- Plastic trade-off by Gerald Nestler + Syl.Eckermann (A)
What´s NEW this week in the playlist?
Beyond TV at The Museum of Television & Radio in New York, in conjunction with Studio IMC: New Media Art.Comprised of five separate pieces, this exhibit of interactive art offers visitors the opportunity to experience technologies used in video games, the Internet, social software, and cell phones all of which will ultimately have an impact on television as we know it today.
New Urban Realities China Contemporary , China’s rapidly changing urban reality is the central theme of this exhibition, presented by Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. New Urban Realities presents the work of fifteen Chinese artists for whom the actuality of China’s cities plays a prominent part in their oeuvre.
The image of the "bug" as error and variable of the program will be the metaphor for this interactive installation 'BUGS /// KÄFER' a project of Christopher Bauder & Till Beckmann. The user is encouraged to play with the bugs and by doing so create new bugs and variables in the software.
The People's Poppy, a unique new piece of art by artist Helen Marshall, commissioned by the British Legion. The 6 x 6 metre poppy is made up of thousands of contributed individual images that each illustrate the work of the British Legion and marks the launch of the Legion's new campaign, Poppy Support.
Gasometer by Marta Galvao Lucas (P) is a piece on the Looppool DVD, published by Raum für Projektion. Which is a DVD label and a temporary projection space for showing video projects. The center of the space is a screen which is visible to viewers from both sides. The space is intended as a new pathway between the classical cinema presentation and visuals that one knows from clubs.
Bellhead by Henrique Roscoe, Brazil. Vj 1mpar is a project from the designer, musician and digital Brasilian artist Henrique Roscoe. Abstract shapes and vectorial drawings make the basis of the project, that, apart from most VJs, doesn´t use a camera to record the footages. All the videos and animations are selfmade constructions, built entirelly on the computer, or drawed by hand and scanned.
Don´t forget to register for Video on Demand and you will have access to all videos shown from the beginning until now from CULTURETV.
Have nice week!!