Shopping Windows Part II
The second part of the Internet art exhibition
“Shopping Windows” has been launched.
The ongoing exhibition with the full title “Shopping Windows – net art after the age of e- commerce” shows new works commissioned by Telepolis:
“i.d.k.a.t.” by lia
“Untitled-Game version of ‘My boyfriend came back from the war'” by JODI
“Expand, an interface” by Shu Lea Cheang
Lia’s work “i.d.k.a.t.” is the latest in a series of works that “attempt to articulate mathematical and natural principles below a visual surface in an enjoyable and sometimes playful way … the user can also be seen as an additional random-factor in the code which can help to create a more or less “organic” result.”
With ‘Untitled-Game version of “My boyfriend came back from the war”‘ Jodi ask us to enter the game zone for a remix of Olia Lialinas net art classic http://myboyfriendcamebackfromth.ewar.ru/ The game is based on the free game engine Wolfenstein.
Shu Lea Cheang’s “Expand, an interface … plays on digital frames vs. cinema frames … The hyperlink hypernarrative is deemed obsolete as rational yields to E-motional in post-click netivity.” In this version, image sequences are taken from Shu Lea Cheang’s scifi digimovie “I.K.U.”
Together with the artistic contributions of Part I, by Giselle Beiguelman, “BallPool” by Matthew Fuller/Scotoma.org and “Waste_Words Their Weight & Frequency in London’s Municipial Rubbish” by Harwood/Scotoma.org, Shopping Windows is no complete. See the entire show at:
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