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Today was a busy day with Gift Horse where we spent much of the day talking and working with the public and at the end of it, I was both happy and exhausted.

Out first helpers were Maria and Cecilia, two art students from San Jose State. They stayed and each built four viruses and even conquered the most difficult one to construct: Koobface.

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Here Joanna and Jennifer are demonstrating the proper technique for placing their viruses in the belly of the horse.

 
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Eddo Stern, Kinetic Shadow Puppets (after Narnia,Segeal, World of Warcraft and Iraq) Plastic, Paper, Electronics, 2008, Interaccess, Toronto

 
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Media City Seoul opens today

With just nine days until the VIP/press preview of Media City Seoul 2010, installation at Seoul Museum of Art has begun.  The past few days have been devoted to construction of temporary walls to create the intimate spaces where many of the video works will be presented, as well as painting and other preparations. However, with today’s arrival of co-curator Clara Kim (REDCAT, Los Angeles), the first of the photo installations are now being hung.

 
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The ninth issue of Triple Canopy, Unplaced Movements, has reached its conclusion. We are now, belatedly, on summer vacation. We'll return in October with a redesigned website and our tenth issue, which will feature work by Matt Mullican, Gary Carrion-Murayari & Julie Martin, Sam Frank, and Julia Sherman, among others.


 
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New work by Korean Media artist, Yangachi

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Media City Seoul 2010
The 6th Seoul International Biennale of Media Art

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Very interesting spatial practitioners in Seoul

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For this new reblogs I will be quoting media theorist and providing links for further ressources. Enjoy !

 
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interactive light installation by Trafik for the music festival "Nuits Sonores".
more works & details here : www.lavitrinedetrafik.fr

 
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Oto est une radio murale constituée d’une coque en papier moulé, d’un boitier contenant le récepteur FM et d’une antenne. Le son de la radio est émis par l’intermédiaire de la surface en papier qui est mise en vibration à l’aide d’un « exciter » utilisant la technologie DML.

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