24. April 2013 11:17
This is happening now at Carroll/Fletcher in London:
Here's the press release, OCR'd by Aram Bartholl (with no corrections!):
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Exhibition: Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship
Date: m2 23 April – 11 May, 2013
Opening reception: 3Fhursday-19-July-2012-,-6-8pm Monday 22 April, 8:30 – 9pm
Carroll/Fletcher and Eva and Franco Mattes present Brand Innovations
for Ubiquitous Authorship, a group show of anists whose works frequently challenge
traditional notions of object production and material constraint.
For this exhibition each artist was asked to produce an object using a custom printing or fabrication
service. These services, such as CafePress and Zazzle, exist to provide users a cost-effective way of
producing fully customized products, from t-shirts to iPhone cases, and a host of other objects-
custom 3D printing from companies like Shapeways, full printed books from companies like Lulu, &c.
These services have arisen as the result of increasing consumer demands toward customization and
print-on-demand objects, offering a venue for traditional “self expression” to be imprinted onto
commonplace goods. As the tools for image creation and dissemination have become increasingly
democratized, these services attempt to expand this domain into the realm of objects. They are used
here to transform images from a plethora of authors into a mass of commodities.
Higher-Pietu+es Carroll/Fletcher has not seen a single piece in this show as of the writing of this news
release. We expect this backwards approach to be filled with highs, lows, and hopefully more than a
few transcendent successes. The result will be a gallery of art, artifact and artifice.
For further information wnmct . +44 (0)20 7323 6111
Participating artists andwriters include:
Annabelle Arlie Brian Khek
Andreas Banderas Martin Kohout
Aram Bartholl Bryan Krueger
Body by Body Lindsay Lawson
Chris Coy Jaakko Pallasvuo
Christofer Degrér Jon Rafman
Nick DeMarco Sean Raspet
Constant Dullaart Rafael Rozendaal
Andreas Ervik Borna Sammak
Matt Goerzen Oliver Sutherland
Aaron Graham Daniel Temkin
Toby Huddlestone Brad Troemel
Parker Ito Artie Vierkant
Justin Kemp Andrew Norman Wilson
Exhibition concept stolen from Artie Vierkant’s show by the same title.
28. March 2013 18:40
I'll be showing a giffed Dither Study at a BYOB this Saturday night organized by A Bill Miller and Patrick Quinn.
Includes work by: Kevin Clancy | Julie Mallis | Dan Wilcox | Isla Hansen | Craig Fahner | Steve Gurysh | Felipe Castelblanco | Luke Loeffler | Carl Bajandas | Elizabeth Buschman | Lucia Nhamo | Jingjing Chen | Matthew Torti | Amalia Ulman | Daniel Temkin | David Dao Ellena | Morgan Higby-Flowers | Jon Cates | Alfredo Salazar-Caro | Kevin Carey | Shawne Holloway | Anthony Dunn | Bryan Peterson | Nick Kegeyan | A Bill Miller | Patrick Quinn | Daniel Mazzocco | Jenna Kelly
20. January 2013 14:34
Alfredo Salazar-Caro clandestinely displayed GIFs across New York City in such location as the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here are the results...
[STREET_TEAM:NYC] from Alfredo Salazar-Caro on Vimeo.
20. September 2012 12:51
My upcoming show, 98.1034 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, provides drunken encounters with compulsive systems. A program continually preens itself, inserting lines of code to change its visual representation, but along the way, introducing glitches and new patterns of behavior. A therapist program tries to dispense advice as her logic slowly breaks down. Sound editing software turns simple geometric shapes into hallucinatory landscapes. Photoshop generates intricate patterns in an attempt to hide visual compression. A book displays the abuses and absurdities of the DNS system, an addressing apparatus that has seemingly exhausted meaningful combinations of English words.
Opens Friday, Oct 5th, 7pm - 11pm
54 Maujer Street, Brooklyn
Brooklyn (near Lorimer on the L or Metropolitan on the G)
16. December 2010 10:52
image (c) Stephen Schuster
December 18 | Saturday | 12:00–7:00 pm
Reception featuring DJ Nayland Blake begins at 8:00 pm.
Join us at the ICP-Bard MFA Studios for a night of art and fun! Meet the current students and view their work-in-progress.
24-20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Long Island City, Queens
E or M train to 23rd Street–Ely Avenue/Court Square
7 or G train or B61 bus to 45th Road–Court Square
For more information, call 212.857.0063.
26. September 2010 19:17
Hey, Chicago people! I'll be in town this Thursday on for gli.tc/h.There's tons of great work at this festival, they got a lot of the best Glitch artists to come out. Should be amazing!
You can see five peices from my Sector series at Roxaboxen. And I'll be speaking Sunday morning (Oct 3rd) at School of the Art Institute of Chicago about Sector, Yeep!, and Entropy.
6. September 2010 18:46
Here's coverage of MiniArtVideoFest from the print version of Budapest's Helyi Téma.
I'm posting this with no idea what it says -- hopefully it's something positive about the show! That's an image from my Metro Postcards series.
19. August 2010 19:28
Hey, Boston people -- this Saturday is the Basement Media Festival in Somerville, featuring work that "focuses on the act of mediation". It will include work from my Sector series. Come on by (but be sure to RSVP, the space is small).
16. July 2010 14:50
I'll be speaking tomorrow night at the first of the artists' panels at this weekend's Hackers on Planet Earth conference. Drop by if you'd like to hear me discuss the connection between hacking and databending, it'll be starting at 6pm.
You can also see five prints from my Sector series on display at the conference today through Sunday.
EDIT: The tutorials I compiled for the talk can be found here.
22. June 2010 07:09
Some shots from Ouchi Gallery's Flickr stream of the 1000 Original Postcard Exhibition:
These are four of my Metro Postcards, printed onto actual postcards.