the synthticreality as part of mon3y.us

mon3y.us is an online exhibition from M0US310n.net featuring Digital & Net.Art on the subject of Money & Error, put together by an anonymous curator “Vasily Zaitsev”:
“M0N3Y AS AN 3RRROR | MON3Y.US” proposes to establish connections, dialogues, and new insights into the contemporary art scene around the general topic of MONEY. Around 70 international artists selected with various aesthetic and conceptual approaches who work in fields such as Digital Art, Net.Art , New Media, Interactive Art , Multimedia, JavaScript, Glitch, Video, Online Performance, Animated GIF, and Digital Image.
My contribution for mon3y.us is here the complete project is available under http://www.mon3y.us/

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#LocalNonOffLine – Ebertplatz Cologne

localnonoffline.de is a site specific netbased installation at ebertplatz in cologne, germany.
the second in a series of local-non projects, this installation incorporates a webpage that presents digital artworks only accessible via location-check at ebertplatz.
this #LocalNon was launched 4th april 2014.

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Participating artists
Sebastian Blank, Laura Brothers, Browser Based Foundation, Jennifer Chan, Florian Egermann, Dorotea Etzler, Manuel Fernandez, Thomas Hawarnke, Katrin Herzner, Yvonne Klasen, Christoph Knoth, Jan Robert Leegte, Peter Luining, Jonas Lund, Lorna Mills, Diane Mueller, Niko Princen, Oliver Salkic, Nicolas Sassoon, Julia Scher, Sebastian Schmieg, Vera Tan Hoveling, Johannes Thies, Sebastian Thewes, Damian Weber, Joonas Westerlund, Joubin Zargarbashi

Concept & idea
Florian Kuhlmann

Supported by
Boutique, Bruch&Dallas and Gold&Beton

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8 Jahre, 9 Bilder, Alles umsonst?


8 Jahre, 9 Bilder, Alles umsonst?
21st feb 2014. a show with my collages at the atelier of walter padao, in düsseldorf.

video LK, danke!

WHAT HAPPENZ

WATT HAPPENZ ON THE INTERNETZ STAYS ON DA INTERNETZ

PEOPLE WHO LIKE

PEOPLE WHO LIKE THE INTERNET VERY MUCH
ALSO OFTEN DO NOT LIKE PEOPLE VERY MUCH

#LSDSL Pics from the show at GOLD&BETON

Some pictures from our Promotionshow at GOLD&BETON last Friday (15.11.2013) , for the Tumblr i recently strated together with Timothy Shearer. http://lsdsl.tumblr.com
It has been the worst TUMBLR ever!

Emmanul Mir wrote about the show on www.perisphere.de

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DRINK THE RICH – DRINK RICH KIDS BEER.
HOMMAGE TO THE TUMBLR of RKOI without permission of the rich kids…

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Drink RICH KIDS beer

Next Friday at the #LSDSL show we will serve the finest brew of our new internet-avantgardeshit: the RICH KIDS beer. D’ont miss it!

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THE INTERNET

THE INTERNET IS MUCH LIKE STOCK EXCHANGE
FEW WIN MANY LOSE

Redesign IPod LP

This is a first sketch for a brandnew redesign exploration for a new mp3-gadget, a redesign of the IPod.

This is the Ipod LP (LP stands for long play).

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All Clicks

All clicks are equal, but some clicks are more equal than others.

local.#non.access – Pics

One of my recent projects is www.localnonaccess.de, which is a a network-based permanent installation in the public space of Berlin. Due to a location check the website is only available to be accessed at a specific position (Kremmener Straße / Wolliner Straße), which is the address of the project space km temporaer in Berlin.
The project is a group exhibition and media sculpture at the same time and presents web based works of twenty selected artists with a close affinity to the net that focus on the theme “access“ and its dependence on spatial reference systems. The only physical presented object of this exhibition is a plaque with the URL of the website on the facade.

The exhibition was curated in collaboration with the initiators of the project space km.temporaer: Elisa R. Linn and Lennart Wolff. The opening of local.#non.access was held on September 20th, 2013 in the empty exhibition premises. The website will be accessible and remain on site forever or at least as long the internet exists.

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