Chris Collins, Dan Leonard, James Hicks, Joseph Yølk Chiocchi, Kim Asendord, Matt Troy, Michael Borris, Patrick Daggitt, Sammy ChienMatt Troy
Matt Troy, grunt’s Media Lab artist-in-residence, has invited artists and teams around the globe to participate and facilitate interactive art websites. The exhibition includes the premiere of three commissioned artworks by Vancouver-based artists Patrick Daggitt, Dan Leonard, and Sammy Chien. Five international artworks will be screened by Kim Asendorf (Germany), Michael Borris (France), Joseph Yølk Chiocchi (United States of America), Chris Collins (United States of America) and James Hicks (United Kingdom). These nine art sites include a tool to create something: a file, jpeg, mp3, gif, or text. Each file explores a component of human sensory interaction: sound and audio; touch and feeling; seeing and being seen; commerce and language. User engagement with these tools creates a file that is catalogued and immortalized forever online. The role of the traditional ‘artist’ is subverted as the artists act as facilitators, programmers or playground supervisors within this online landscape. The audience is encouraged to explore these digitally created tools, producing new works by interaction and participation.
No artist statement available
March 28, 2014 to April 11, 2014
2014.0328 PROExhibition Binder 53