[artinfo] REMOTE FAIRYTALES - l ive online performanc e
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Wed Jun 13 13:59:22 CEST 2007
////// breaking news: n3krozoft exhibit + live internet performance
////// location: MAAC, brussels, belgium
////// date: 14th june 2007, 7pm
n3krozoft ltd* media group presents :
REMOTE FAIRYTALES - CONTES LOINTAINS - FABEL OP AFSTAND
at MAAC gallery in Brussels
3 fully functional ZOETROPES*, graphical prints, a rare exhaustive
screening of the classic videoperformance "LOL (laughing out loud)"* &
additionally, n3krozoft ltd will release an EXCLUSIVE edition of its
complete videographic works (1904-2007).
LIVE INTERNET PERFORMANCE:
feat. the girl without hands, a lecture & the Aether* collective.
the opening performance can be followed ONLINE at:
on thursday 14th of june, precisely at 7pm CET (central european time) -
10am in california - noon in colombia - 9pm in moscow - midnight in
bangkok - 2am in tokyo. get your local performance time at:
26 rue des Chartreux
In addition to being the world leader in Biometrics-Based Information
Exchange (BBIX), N3KROZOFT has strong market positions in non-euclidean
translation systems and on-the-fly data processing and visualisation.
The Strategic Imagery Group is currently testing and integrating a
fully functional real-time media architecture that will be reliable,
unexpensive, and packaged with documentation and source code (though
not necessarily complete in terms of desired features).
Initiated in May 2007 during a workshop at the Mapping Festival in
Geneva, Switzerland, Æther9 is a collaborative art project exploring
the field of realtime video transmission.
Developed by an international group of visual artists and collectives
working in different locations spread around the globe and
communicating solely through the Internet, Æther9 intends to become a
functional framework for collaborative video performance.
The zoetrope was invented in 1834 by William Horner. It was based on
Joseph Plateau's phenakistoscope, but was more convenient since it did
not require a viewing mirror and allowed more than one person to use it
at the same time.
>>> Original zoetrope by William George Horner, 1834:
>>> Exhibit of Optical Toys
*LOL (laughing out loud):
Media performance created by N3krozoft Ltd Media Group (2003-2005).
>>> Official project page:
>>> "Beklemmende Online-Tragödie" – review by Raffael Dörig for
Regioartline (in german)
>>> "in(security)" by Ryan Holsopple for ITP 2006 Thesis Week
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