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hi all
you are all invited to make comments on structures in art, culture,
political issues, 
communication on the comment board "Public Desktop", by Jonah
Brucker-Cohen. For you 
running OS X you can install "Public Desktop" and be part....
-eva


s.t.r.u.k.t.u.r. is a critical examination of the underlying principles of
structures in art, culture 
and communication. The Gallery acts as an interrelated space, connected
like a network node 
with the local community and the global network. Each artist creates work
based on process 
and exchange with the general public, by using GPS, the Internet, cell
phones or through 
dialogue in the Gallery, creating hybrid authorship of the artwork. 

Participating artists are Jonah Brucker-Cohen with "Public Desktop", by
using an application 
that is dynamically updated, the desktop image transforms into a global
comment-board. 
Theorists, critics and artists from around the globe are invited to write
comments straight to 
the desktop in the gallery; 
http://www.coin-operated.com/publicdesktop

David Goldenberg, Ilze Black and Wim Salki with "Dreaming About the
Future", the artists create 
a Think Tank in the gallery, visioning the future of art practice in the
year 2030, part of the 
post autonomous  The gallery will be a place for exchange and ideas in a
participatory process 
through discussions and talk-ins. "Dreaming About the Future" examines a
range of tools 
through the active exploration of participation of a contemporary practice
along fundamentally 
different principles to those we have inherited. The reconstruction of a
new model along the 
lines of a post autonomous practice allows the possibility of breaking down
not only the 
existing positions available in art, but also the available ideas and means
for staging a practice. 
This erosion of the existing model is no more than removing the ideological
model of the cold 
war, which continuos to distort any idea that the role of a contemporary
practice fulfills, along 
with its link to a colonial mechanism with a global empire, which is
unacceptable.  

Jim Costanzo's  "datamap_2004", by using GPS and the Internet to transfer
data to the gallery 
Costanzo expose how we are all part of the digital global economy, human
rights movement 
and surveillance, by following the footsteps of John Brown. There will be a
daily update of the 
datamap with a comment-board;

Trebor Scholz with "Twenty-Four Dollar Island", creates a collaborative map
of Lower 
Manhattan by inviting citizens to contribute their stories to an online
database, a way to 
expose the history hidden in New York City. Trebor Scholz is distributing
5.000 postcards 
around Lower Manhattan.
http://24dollarisland.net/

.....

Opening reception 7-9 PM, May 7
Exihibition May 7 - May 28, 2004
After Party at Hyperoffice 9-11 PM
at 34 Howard Street

Artist's Talk, Tuesday May 11, at 7PM

the:artist:network
424 Broadway,NY, NY
6th floor (btw. Howard an Canal St)

Gallery Hours Thursday-Saturday 2-5 PM
or by appointment (212) 431-1625
http://www.theartistnetwork.org

Curated by Eva Sjuve
......


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