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the gallery --- June 2002

 

 

James C. Whitelock

STATEMENT: ?

EMAIL: jamescwhitelock@btopenworld.com
WEBSITE: http://www.btinternet.com/~igotthafunk/
COUNTRY: U.K.

 

Sarawut Chutiwongpeti

TITLE: Untitled

 

Marcello Mercado

TITLE: Untitled

 

80/81

WEBSITE: http://www.8081.com
COUNTRY: Italy

 

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TITLE: Untitled

 

Damien Robinson

STATEMENT: My digital pockets often contain work that doesn’t make it to a public arena – early versions, failures, trials, things which didn’t quite come off… Sometimes they come back to bug me when I should be getting on with something else.

EMAIL: damien.robinson@talk21.com
WEBSITE: http://www.iniva.org/xspaceprojects/robinson/
COUNTRY: U.K.

 

spans

TITLE: 11thour

STATEMENT: Don't you just love it when accidents come together?
The sound loop [that is audible onmouseover the image] is a chorus of banjo frogs. The voices of these critters were accidentally captured using the sound bite facility of a digital stills camera while I was snapping a shot of something else.
The pix came from errors that my PC makes when using the "print screen" function.

EMAIL: holmbase@mcs.net.au
WEBSITE: http://www.activewebimages.com.au
COUNTRY: Australia

 

Kristen Baumlier

COMING SOON
TITLE: Coming Soon

 

Ric Ellis

TITLE: Untitled

WEBSITE: http://www.geocities.com/eightmmrichardellis/8mmartistrichardellis.html and http://www.geocities.com/ellisrichard_2000/nightvision.html

 

James Ford

STATEMENT: it's quite simple and small, but interesting, like the Bogey Ball itself. The screen grab has captured the file structure and position of the Bogey Ball folder, and its contents, in Dreamweaver, so as to emphasise the way that the Bogey Ball is an on-going project on the web, as well as in the gallery context. i added the image of what the Bogey Ball currently looks like.

also, you might find something like a bogey ball in your physical pocket.

EMAIL: james@jamesrobertford.com
WEBSITE: http://www.jamesrobertford.com
COUNTRY: England

 

Andrej Tisma

STATEMENT: The process from collecting different materials for my web.works, which are created from online found stuff (on the left), to the final web.works titles (right) is visible on this files tree structure. This structure illustrates my approach to web.art, in theory and in practice.

EMAIL: aart@eunet.yu
WEBSITE: http://www.pcpages.com/justart/
COUNTRY: Serbia

 

dlsan

STATEMENT: Site name - Kid Koma @deprecate design

In my opinion "playing with materials" is the primary purpose of a creative act. Kid Koma is an (an for another) experimental laboratory of hypertext, culture, art and trash.

Links are like ideas cause we think in a hypertextual way and usually remind to other sites.

Although it's the simplest self-training, it's only a cut-up.
Although it has no future, it's still growing.
Although it's on inter-net, it's in ita-lang.
Although it's art, it's trash.
(Don't worry, be happy)

EMAIL: dlsan@dlsan.org
WEBSITE: http://www.dlsan.org
COUNTRY: Italy

 

Ann Tracy

STATEMENT: Using the old Merce Cunningham "chance-dance" approach to creation: old images, notes and other detritus are recycled into this new construct. Now, what ever happened to that …… I guess I'll find it when I need it?

EMAIL: anntracy1@aol.com
WEBSITE: http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/a/anntracy/
COUNTRY: USA

 

valentinus lobster-hulwicz

STATEMENT: bouhhh, I&I, schizophrenic moravian friend of my good master, Theÿ, OttO von Strassenbach, we I&I are enduring harshly : our bwosew is
dead... sob... I&I we did like it vewy much... what are I&I going to do?

EMAIL: valentinus@vnatrc.net
WEBSITE: http://vnatrc.net/
COUNTRY: Moravia (near e-Cyberia)