upcoming exhibition

וידאו ברשת, קופסה שחורה

12/1/2012 – 9/2/2012

התערוכה ‘וידאו ברשת, קופסה שחורה’ היא תערוכת ‘בחירה’ מתוך האתר די.וי.בלוג המייצג את ההתפשטות
המהירה של אמנות הוידאו לתחום רשת האינטרנט והפועל כמגזין יומי וכארכיון לסרטי ‘קויק–טיים’ החל מ 2005

המונח ‘קופסה שחורה’ מתיחס הן לאופן התצוגה הסינמטית של העבודות בחלל הגלריה כמו גם להתקן הקלטה המותקן בכלי טיס – אוסף רכיבים אשר מקובצים בתוך יחידה אחת ושמטרתם היא לרשום ולתעד (באמצעים דיגיטליים) נתונים שונים. הדבר מתקשר גם למציאות שווקית ולרעיון שעבודות וידאו ברשת אינן מקובלות או קבילות על ידי המימסד כעבודות אמנות מקוריות
תערוכה זו היא במיסגרת פרויקט ‘נט–סינמה’ המתמקד באמנות מדיה ובעבודות העושות שימוש בטכנולוגיה חדשה בפרט

מבחר העבודות תוצגנה בחללי הגלריה השונים. לוח זמנים ימסר בהמשך

DVblog Panorama (15 quicktime videos. reel presentation, 45 min. selection)
Un Chien Andalou (Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí, 1929, quicktime, 15:40 min. category: historical)
Film (by Samuel Beckett with Buster Keaton, 1965, quicktime, 17:28 min, category: identity)
involuntaries #4 (by Alan Sondheim, 2009, quicktime, 7:35 min, category: dance)
ASCII Rock (by Yoshi Sodeoka, 2003, quicktime, duration varies, category: new media art)

גלריה גבעון תציג מספר פעמים בשנה תערוכות בנושא פרויקט ‘נט–סינמה’ בהם יוצגו אמנים בין–לאומיים כמו אמנים מקומיים*
העוסקים בין השאר בוידאו דיגיטלי, אינטראקטיביות, גנרטיביות, אמנות רשת, אנימציה ורובוטיקה

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DVblog Panorama

Over the last six years DVblog has been posting, on a daily basis, curated QuickTime videos exemplifying the recent striking explosion of art video on the net.
Our policy has been flexible and eclectic enough to accommodate also the occasional advert, music video, documentary and gallery resident curiosity or wonder but our core project has been the net.
This selection attempts to offer a panorama of material we have been struck and engaged by in those years.
It’s partisan in that to some extent it’s a personal favourites list within that brief – to do justice to every angle would take days not hours.
Techniques and concerns vary widely from the in-your-face appropriations of JimPunk , the joyful performative madness of Rupert Howe’s Rendering of Anarchy in the UK in, amongst other places, the London Underground, to the documentary poetic dreamscapes of Robert Croma and Millie Niss.
Also included is the second life dance/dreamwork of veteran Alan Sondheim, datamoshing from young US artist Eddie Whelan and much more.
When we say personal favourites we mean not only the exemplification of trends that matter here but also excellence in the conception and execution of each piece. we think each work stands out, before consideration of any illustrative value, for this excellence.
Michael Szpakowski / Doron Golan

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Artists & videos:

Jim Punk, WWW, T®1p±Ⓨ(|┐╱▒◤△▽///╱ ╱, 2010, 2:37 min

Alan Sondheim, USA, Beam Me Up parts #1, 2009, 1:50 min.

Robert Croma, UK, Night Impromptu, 2009, 5:19 min.

Eddie Whelan, USA, whats ahead, 2010, 2:35 min.

Sam Renseiw, Denmark, Moves and Shadows, 2008, 3:17 min.

Alan Sondheim, USA, Beam Me Up parts #2, 2009, 31 sec.

Liz Sterry, UK, Borders, 2010, 3:59 min. silent

Donna Kuhn, USA, Please Don’t Look like a Pear, 2010, 3:22 min.

Rupert Howe, UK, Anarchy In The UK, 2007, 4:44 min.

Martha Deed, USA, Snow Haiku, 2011, 1:25 min.

Morrisa Maltz, USA, Girl Space, 2009, 3:45 min.

Nathaniel Stern, USA/ South Africa, i-town from the odys series, 2001-2004, 2:32 min.

Alan Sondheim, USA, Beam Me Up parts #3, 2009, 25 sec.

Millie Niss, USA, Skyway, 2009, 1:53 min.

Kerry Baldry, UK, Applause, 2010, 1:02 min.

Artists – bio:
PDF (12 MB), English.

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‘Un Chien Andalou’ – Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí

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Un chien andalou, 1929, 15:40 min.

This was the source.
Afterwards, Bunuel went on to make some of the sharpest, most provocative
& disturbing films of the 20th century & Dali went on to …well… be Dali.

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‘Film’ by Samuel Beckett with Buster Keaton

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Film, 1965, 17:28 min

Samuel Beckett‘s only venture into the medium of cinema, Film was written
in 1963 and filmed in New York in the summer of 1964, directed by
Alan Schneider and featuring Buster Keaton. For the shooting Mr.
Beckett made his only trip to America. The film, which has no dialogue,
takes its basis Berkeley’s notion esse est percepti that is, to be is to be perceived.

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‘involuntaries #4’ by Alan Sondheim


involuntaries #4, 2009, 7:35 min

We love all Sondheim’s stuff but particularly the dance work.
Here he is with Azure Carter & the jaw-dropping Foofwa d’Imobilité.
Extremely odd & extremely wonderful.

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‘ASCII Rock’ by Yoshi Sodeoka

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Whole Lotta Love by Led Zeppelin, 2003, 4:14 min.

vh-unchained
Unchained by Van Halen, 2003, 3:21 min.

Ascii Rock by Yoshi Sodeoka is a brilliant example of the genre of ASCII art, which creates still images and videos entirely out of alphabetic and numeric characters (ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange, a common format for text files in computers and on the Internet that represents alphabetic and numeric characters as binary numbers)

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