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CALLING FOR:TAGALLERY | CONT3XT.NET.NEWS #06.08

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CALLING FOR:TAGALLERY
PARTICIPATING IN AN ONGOING FOLKSONOMIC EXPERIMENT

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Since January 2007 TAGallery asks "What if a link turns into the
representative of the artefact, the context and the exhibition at
once?". Until now - July 2008 - there are 500 different answers,
represented by 438 artists, 473 artworks, 483 tags, a dozen of
curators and still 999 exhibitons to come. Finally it is time to open
the folksonomic experiment for public participation. From July 15 to
September 15 netizens are invited to contribute link-collections, to
re-contextualise the existing material and/or to experiment with
tagging as a curatorial practice within the framework of TAGallery. If
you are interested in participating please go to
http://tagallery.cont3xt.net/?p=35 and read about how to submit an
exhibition. Do not hesitate to contact us via
cont3xt-at-cont3xt-dot-net if there are any questions remaining.

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TAGallery: http://del.icio.us/TAGallery
About TAGallery: http://cont3xt.net/curating/tagallery
Exhibitions TAGallery: http://tagallery.cont3xt.net

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SELECTED REVIEWS:

"The curator of internet art is working in and within the same medium
as the artist and she filters, circulates and creates context.
CONT3XT.NET is a Vienna-based media collective who has created an
alternative exhibitionspace for collaborative, transparent curating
and cooperation based upon linking and tagging." (Annette Finnsdottir,
hyperform net gallery)

"(...) the innovation concept of establishing connections between
artifacts pushes the boudary of contemporary art and holds much
promise for artists, writers, developers, performers and others
interested in wasy to distribute, connect, and share digital media
produced for and presented on the new screen." (John F. Barber,
ISBN:978-3-540-79485-1)

"Ranging from thematic groupings to discussions on curating as
tagging, the initial TAGallery shows are as diverse as the taggers
themselves, which demonstrates the innovative character of the new
media field, always pushing the boundaries of the contemporary art
world." (Miguel Amado, Rhizome)

"Cette collection propose un espace pour imaginer le récit de leur
existence, mais aussi de leur disparition. Elle soulève évidemment la
question de la conservation de ces oeuvres et ses enjeux, notamment
leur inscription historique. Elle met en lumière le caractère éphémère
du net.art et la nécessité de l'action humaine dans la conservation
des oeuvres Web." (Emilie Boudrias, DOCAM)

"Over the last several months CONT3XT.NET has become one of my
favourite resources for monitoring the pulse of art and discourse on
the net. (...) In my opinion this is one of the most well executed
projects I've seen on the web in a while." (Greg J. Smith, Vague
Terrain)

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This is a newsletter by CONT3XT.NET (ZVR: 999765999, Vienna/Austria).
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