RE: [-empyre-] Thanks to Barbara and Nicolas
And many thanks to all of you from a silent but enthusiastic reader/
The leads have been invigorating and the discussion stimulating, and
even if my slow brain hasn't interacted directly and publicly I'll be
indebted to all as these thoughts slowly shape themselves. Prompted by
lots of unexpected screen experiences I've been revelling in over the
Sally Jane Norman
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>Subject: [-empyre-] Thanks to Barbara and Nicolas
>thanks to barbara lattanzi and nicolas clauss for sharing
>their insights on video and interactivity in march.
>that wraps up march on empyre.
>here are some worthwhile links concerning interactive video
>for the web that haven't been mentioned this month.
>works (primarily shockwave and java) by a range of artists
>including META, Yugop, Dextro, Lia, James Tindall, Peter
>Luining, and Mark Napier. i was particularly taken with the
>beauty of META's piece "Sol" at
>these works appeared in the 'Abstraction Now' project curated
>by Norbert Pfaffenbichler and Sandro Droschl.
>Germany's Reiner Strasser has works at
>http://netartefact.de/repoem/creations in interactive video.
>'Structural Walk' comes to mind, in this regard.
>Canada's Jhave Johnston is working on a piece at www.etay.ca
>that offers an interesting look into an artist residency.
>Janet Cardiff, if I'm not mistaken, did http://eyesoflaura.org
>, which is set at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Like Jhave's
>project, this uses webcams.
>thanks to all.
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