READ/WRITE • curatorial, as JstChillin

March 17 - 30, 2011 @ 319 Scholes, Brooklyn, New York.

The final project from Internet curatorial team JstChillin. Thirty-five artists will participate in the show, all of whom have been featured on JstChillin.org, and most of whom will be in person on opening night. Read/Write attempts to capture and translate the spirit of their year and a half long online exhibition dating October 2009 - February 2011.

See image set here.

Buy a poster from the show at Nous Publications. Poster design by Hanna Terese Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson. Articles by Brian Droitcour, Ceci Moss and Gene McHugh.

An Interview by Ceci Moss
The Creator's Project Interview, Chillin in Cyberspace by Kathleen Flood
WILD Magazine, JstChillin by Nicolas Innert
What Have We Done by Nicholas O'Brien
Rhizome Photo Essay
ArtInfo Review for ImageConscious, The Aestheticized Attention Economy: A Critical Mass of Egos by Karen Archey
319 Scholes READ/WRITE page

“IT WUZ TEH BEST OV TIEMS, IT WUZ TEH WURST OV TIEMS, IT WUZ TEH AGE OV WISDOM, IT WUZ TEH AGE OV FOOLISHNES, IT WUZ TEH EPOCH OV BELIEF, IT WUZ TEH EPOCH OV INCREDULITY, IT WUZ TEH SEASON OV LIGHT, IT WUZ TEH SEASON OV DARKNES, IT WUZ TEH SPRIN OV HOPE, IT WUZ TEH WINTR OV DESPAIR, WE HAD EVRYTHIN BEFORE US, WE HAD NOTHIN BEFORE US, WE WUZ ALL GOIN DIRECT 2 CYBER HEAVEN, WE WUZ ALL GOIN DIRECT 2 CYBER HELL- IN SHORT, TEH PERIOD WUZ SO FAR LIEK TEH PRESENT PERIOD, DAT SUM OV ITZ NOISIEST AUTHORITIEZ INSISTD ON ITZ BEAN RECEIVD, 4 GUD OR 4 EVIL, IN DA SUPERLATIV DEGREE OV COMPARISON ONLY.” -ANONYMOUS 4CHAN POST, 2005

“The Web as I envisioned it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past.” Tim Berners-Lee

319 Scholes presents the final project from internet curatorial team JstChillin. Thirty-five artists will participate in the show, all of whom have been featured on JstChillin.org and most of whom will be in person on opening night. Read/Write attempts to capture and translate the spirit of the year and a half long online exhibition dating October 2009-February 2011. “This technology was meant to expand human communication, but you’re not even human any more! What you’ve become terrifies me. You’re a freak!” Dr. Angelo in The Lawnmower Man (1992)

Participating artists include Brad Troemel, Nick De Marco, Math Wrath, Hanna Terese Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson, Ryan Barone, Ben Schumacher, Zach Shipko, Artie Vierkant, Martin Kohout, Anne De Vries, Ivan Gaytan, Eilis McDonald, Tabor Robak, Bailey Salisbury, Simmons & Burke, Mitch Trale, Eugene Kotlyarenko, Jonathan Vingiano, Jon Rafman, Jacob Broms Engblom and Ryder Ripps, Guthrie Lonergan, Ida Lehtonen, Ben Vickers, Duncan Malashock, Tolga Taluy, Melissa Sachs and Cameron Soren, Daniel Leyva, Chris Coy and Rafael Rozendaal.


Works


Video, Sound, Performance
Atlantis Risen
MoldFlowers #4
Approach Lights Three
Honest Gangster
Lamp Post Country
Geisha
Buchla á la Mode
Ambient Exploitation
#MAX
The Chase
Body Manipulations
The Glare
Dréke
Live Video & Music Videos


Web, Curatorial, Etc.
MindRoLLLing
Body Manipulations
READ/WRITE
Avatar 4D
JstChillin.org


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