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EXHIBITION
SjansMachine v2.2 @ Currents Festival, New Mexico, USA (2011)
Version 2.2 of the SjansMachine was shown at the Currents 2011 Festival, Santa Fé, New Mexico, USA “Formally speaking, some highlights from the exhibition included works by artists: Olga Mink, Carmin Karasic and Rolf Van Gelder; Yuki Nakamura; and Tiffany Carbonneau; and John Carpenter“ ~ ADOBEAIRSTREAM A movie by Olga Mink A movie by Bruce […]
EXHIBITION
human^n @ Museum Of Science, Boston, MA, USA (2009)
The human^n installation was shown for half a year (!) in the Museum Of Science in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as a part of the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2009. Date April 17 – September 8, 2009   Location Museum Of Science, Boston, Massachusetts, USA     The $5000 SICK Laser Measurement System (LMS200) sensor was just […]
ARTWORK
human^n (2008-2009)
human^n (‘human to the power of n‘) is an interactive ‘walk-in kaleidoscope’ by Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder Description Kaleidoscopes use mirrors and objects to create mesmerizing reflections. Any arbitrary set of objects shows up as beautiful symmetries. Via video capture, people who view this artwork become objects whose movements transform any image of […]
EXHIBITION
Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments @ Judi Rotenberg gallery (2007)
Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (‘HHHM’) was shown at the Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston, MA, USA as a part of the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2007. Date April 21 – 29, 2007 Location Judi Rotenberg Gallery, 130 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, USA Links Boston Cyberarts Festival 2007 Interactive Project Website Video by Turbulence.org Boston Globe: “An Unfinished […]
ARTWORK
Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (2007)
Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments (‘HHHM’) is a Locative-Media artwork by Carmin Karasic, Rob Coshow & Rolf van Gelder. This piece is considered to be one of the pioneer Locative-Media artworks. “Turbulence Commission: “Handheld Histories as Hyper-Monuments” by Carmin Karasic, Rolf van Gelder and Rob Coshow, with special thanks to the HP mscapers team, Brett Stalbaum, […]
Virtual Quilt (2002)
EXHIBITION
Virtual Quilt @ DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (2002)
The Virtual Quilt installation was shown at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA, USA. “Throughout its history quilt-making has been viewed as a community-building activity as well as a form of communal creativity. The quilting bee, a gathering of people to construct a quilt, remains a way for people to interact in a […]
ARTWORK
Virtual Quilt (2002)
An interactive New Media project by Clara Wainwright, Carmin Karasic & Rolf van Gelder Via a website visitors could create their own square of the Virtual Quilt. The piece they created was automatically send by e-mail to the ‘real’ quiltmaker, Clara Wainwright (Boston, MA, USA). Clara created the ‘virtual’ square in fabric and added it […]
d{s}eduction dialogue (2000-2001)
EXHIBITION
d{s}eduction dialogue @ New England School of Art and Design (2001)
The d{s}eduction dialogue installation was shown at the New England School of Art and Design, Boston, MA, USA as a part of the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2001. On the far wall: printouts of the chats the artists had while creating this piece of art. On the monitor in front of the printouts: scrolling text of […]
EXHIBITION
d{s}eduction dialogue @ Boston Cyberarts Festival Preview Party (2000)
The d{s}eduction dialogue installation was shown at the Boston Cyberarts Festival Preview Party, Boston, MA, USA. Date November 6, 2000 Location Massachusetts College of Art, Tower Gallery   […]
EXHIBITION
d{s}eduction dialogue @ Artists Foundation @ The Distillery (2000)
The d{s}eduction dialogue installation was shown at the Artists Foundation @ The Distillery, Boston, MA, USA. Date June 3 – July 8, 2000 Location Artists Foundation @ The Distillery, Boston, MA, USA   […]