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Massive Links! New Media and NYTimes Trends Edition

by Paddy Johnson on April 15, 2011
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In this edition of Massive Links: Stuff that will kill you, Nicholas O’Brien on Read/Write and scads of Rhizome news. Also, don’t miss tonight’s conversation at the New Museum with Olia Lialina and Dragon Espenschied.

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Graphics Interchange Format At Denison University’s Mulberry Gallery

by Paddy Johnson on February 15, 2011
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I’ve curated another show. Graphics Interchange Format is a survey of animated GIFs and it launches this Friday Denison University’s Mulberry Gallery. I’ll be heading to Ohio this afternoon for the install — uber nerds can follow me on twitter as I tweet up a storm about the installation process. The slightly less nerdy, uber-nerd can simply read the press release I’ve written up on the subject below and click on the links. GIFs are an important medium. If this show is a success — and I think it will be — it will demonstrate that. A website for the show will launch next week.

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Best Link Ever! Harm van den Dorpel’s Ethereal Others

by Karen Archey on September 18, 2009

POST BY KAREN ARCHEY Photo AFC Do men only surf the internet bare chested? This week’s Best Link Ever, Dutch artist Harm van den Dorpel‘s etherealothers.com archive of webcam photographs seems to indicate as much. Etherealself.com–the site’s predecessor and source of content–launched in 2008, prompts a browser’s webcam activity, splicing bits of the visitor’s visage […]

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Best Link Ever! Centaurs with Tri-Titted Babes and Slim Thug

by Karen Archey on July 31, 2009

POST BY KAREN ARCHEY Photo via fuckyeahdude.org THIS IS THE OPPOSITE OF WORKSAFE. Now that we have that out of the way, this week’s Best Link Ever goes to Billy Rennekamp‘s blog itsreal.com. Featuring a menagerie of purposefully unstructured, doctored images set against Slim Thug’s “Like a Boss,” itsreal.com falls into prototypical “netart with a […]

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Promised Notes on Notes: Ed Halter’s After the Amateur

by Art Fag City on July 9, 2009

Chris Reid‘s Super Soaker Collection. Via: Guthrie Lonergan When it rains, it rains. Coinciding with The New York Times‘ tiresome obsession with the perils of professionalism in the art world, Rhizome’s Ed Halter produced a text this April describing the professional, the amateur, and a new category he calls the sub-amateur. The paper is amongst […]

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Portrait, Portrait on the Wall, Who’s the Weirdest of Them All?

by Karen Archey on May 27, 2009

POST BY KAREN ARCHEY Image via: Awkard Family Photos Lately at AFC Headquarters we’ve noticed a stunning array of weird portraits. Running in the form of blogs and fine art projects, we’ve compiled a selection of the finest oddities. Jamie Diamond, “The Hiltons,” 2008. Archival pigment print, 40 x 60 in. Image via: Moeller Snow […]

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Fresh Links!

by Art Fag City on February 21, 2008

YES & NO by MTAA Related to the new piece: “When we talk about online art practices and someone asks, ‘What is your art about in one sentence?’ the answer is that our art is about communication. There’s always a dialog or a conversation…” M.River tells me last year in an interview for icommons.

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Fresh Links!

by Art Fag City on August 31, 2007

Cory Arcangel, Sailing I love this piece because it so perfectly sooths American sensibilities, while agitating those of the Middle East. A translation of the Arabic text in Arcangel’s piece can be found at Abstracted Labor.

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Massive Links! Calling All Rich Benefactors

by Art Fag City on October 16, 2006

Screengrab AFC There are very few venues for experimental video and indi film in the city, and with the reported financial troubles over at the Pioneer, and now MonkeyTown announcing that if they can’t find 300K in the next month they will have to close up shop, the scene is in danger of experiencing two […]

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