White Page Gallery/s is a decentralized and distributed art network born in June 2019: it is an online network for artistic sharing composed of artists, curators, academies, festivals and cultural operators who host independently on their website and without the aim of profit art projects made and curated by others. […] White Page Gallery/s focus on the social value of artistic curation as its presupposition: the WPG/s network, is based on values such as solidarity, hospitality, inclusion, altruism and mutual support… continue reading here. Thank for the text to: Anna Utopia Giordano, Zsolt Mesterhazy, Domenico Barra.
What I am looking for: please, feel free to take one of my works from my site and: modify it, glitch it, turn it upside down, copy it, disassemble it, distort it, decontextualize it, make it your own or anyone’s. Or to propose your projects. Send me your works or a link to.
Format: photo, audio, video, text about “border/other/elsewhere art”; experiments and reflections on digital and non-digital property, post-human bodies, human-machine interactions, virtual identities and glitches; remakes, mash-up, cross-over arts.
The WPG/s online are hosted by Zsolt Mesterhazy, Bjørn Magnhildøen, Fuori Visioni — Festival Arte Contemporanea, Lila Moore, Kamilia Kard, Konstantina Mavridou, Anna Utopia Giordano, Benjamin Gaulon & Dasha Ilina with NØ School Paris, Grace Kim Howard, Leandro Summo, Vuk Cosic, Sesma Ángel, Martha Hipley, Florian Kuhlmann, Karina Pálosi, forevermidi.com, Domenico Barra. And those have hosted works by Silvia Gatti, Joselyn McDonald, Alice Biazzi, Martina Menegon, Cristina Katja Angeloro, Nina Sobell, Edward Picot, Paul Wehby and Jeremy Hight, Rino Petrozziello, Ángela Leyva, Sara Bonaventura, Sara Goodman, Claudia Chirianni, Daniel Temkin, Negin Ehtesabian & Patrick Lichty, FEWSTR, Elena Romenkova, Christian Munk, Matheus Paier, Paul Hertz, Sofia Crespo, Andrew Pouliot, Sonia Laura Armaniaco aka §vonica, Terry Trickett, Degard, Il Lavoro Cieco (Lello Voce, Paolo Fresu, Adele Pardi, Dario Comuzzi, Frank Nemola, Gianluca Abbate), Digitonica, Agnese Toni, Ricky Akasha, Alberto Cuteri, Alicja L. Wróblewska, Andrea Tanshapiri Pedrazzi, Borzan Zarevski, Faezeh Heydari, Hirotsugu Aisu, Ian Keaveny, Inari Porkka, Jawek Kwakman, José Irion Neto, Laura Karam, Maria Chiara Gagliardi, Un Artista Minimalista, http://thereisamajorprobleminaustralia.com, Noemi Capoccia, Render Fruit, Ronnie Sluik (ronnie s), Simone Cisarni, Systaime, Antonello Matarazzo, Dominik Podsiadly, Joubin Zargarbashi, Alex Zakkas, Matias E. Reyes, Kurt Tichy, Fenke Snelting, Dennis Pohl.
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Joseph James Nechvatal, American post-conceptual digital artist and art theoretician, creator of computer-assisted paintings and computer animations, often using custom-created computer viruses. His work in the early 1980s chiefly consisted of postminimalist gray graphite drawings that were often photomechanically enlarged. In 2002 he extended his experimentation into viral artificial life. From 1999 to 2013, Nechvatal taught art theories of immersive virtual reality and the viractual at the School of Visual Arts in New York City (SVA). Since 2013, Nechvatal has regularly been publishing his art criticism as the Paris correspondent for Hyperallergic blogazine. Joseph J. Nechvatal website.
Viral symphOny is a collaborative electronic noise music symphony. It was created between the years 2006 and 2008 using custom artificial life C++ software based on the viral phenomenon model. It is 1 hour and 40 minutes in length. The first movement of viral symphOny – and raw viral field material – was released in 2006 as a CD by The Institute for Electronic Arts in Alfred, New York. A low resolution extract from the pOstmOrtemsection of viral symphOny was published in NME (The New Musical Express) magazine.
In collaboration with FuoriVisioni
A playlist of Augmented Reality experiments.
Works are in progress and new videos will be added.
Karina Pálosi – Timesquare
Angel Sesma – “Tzompantli, flag of skull”
Angel Sesma, 2020
188 Drawings, 2020.
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