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<nettime-ann> new project in exhibition & online
Nanette Wylde on Tue, 26 Feb 2008 22:23:33 +0100 (CET)

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<nettime-ann> new project in exhibition & online

The Qi Project, an installation which investigates humanity, opened  
at The Krause Center for Innovation Art Gallery at Foothill College  
in Los Altos Hills, California, Tuesday, February 5th. The exhibition  
runs through February 29.

The Qi Project is an inquiry into the nature of humanity and what it  
means to be human at this moment in time. It is the gallery's first  
projected video installation. Project creator, Nanette Wylde  
interviewed people in front of a camcorder, via postcard, email,  
website and telephone. The questions asked were "What does it mean to  
be human?" and "What is humanity?"

The Qi Project was conceived in 2005 after nine weeks of study and  
travel in China. The project was conceptualized specifically for the  
KCI Gallery and its unique circular aspects.

The Qi Project brings together nine years of video people watching,  
interviews in both written and video form, and welcomes audience  
participation in the gallery. There is a companion website:  

Gallery hours Monday - Friday,  9 am - 9 pm, Saturdays,  9 am - 5 pm.
Directions: http://www.krauseinnovationcenter.org/kci/kci_directions.htm
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