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Do Billboards Dream Of Electric Screens? Air Condition in England
October 2, 2007, 12:48 am
Filed under: Public media

‘Air Condition’ - Shniderman, Ezer - photo: Karen Fraser ‘Air Condition’ - Shniderman, Ezer, Big Screen Derby
22.09.2007- 05.10.2007
Derby/ Leicester/ Nottingham

Do Billboards Dream Of Electric Screens?
Trampoline Lights up the Urban Screens as Three Cities Unite

As dusk falls over the East Midlands this weekend, the cities’ largest digital screens will play host to a moving canvas of films from regional and international artists.

Trampoline, the region’s innovative new media arts organisation, brings this first programme of artists’ shorts to the public screens of the East Midland’s three cities, Nottingham, Derby and Leicester, as part of Trampoline’s 10th anniversary celebration, to taking place on November 29th at Broadway Cinema.

These three programs, “The Citizen,” “These Four Walls” and “The Thousand Yard Stare” operate to either draw the viewer into micro narratives or delicately play with their audience’s experience of advertising.

Web Presence from the festival:

Radiator-festival

Rhizome

rohrpost

chrisjoseph.org

manchesterurbanscreens

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Air Condition in Jersey City Museum
September 20, 2007, 6:48 pm
Filed under: Museum

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1800FRAMES|Take3
September 20 – December 23, 2007

Organized by Newark’s own City Without Walls, this video show features 55 one-minute videos by 30 artists. It is cWOW’s third annual short-form video program, originated by Jersey City artist William A. Ortega. For this exhibition, artists from all over the United States were asked to submit videos on any subject and in any style, the only parameter being the one-minute length. Selected by Mica Scalin & Lee Wells, the video works are separated into four themes: Public, Private, Looking Out and Looking In. This is the third year that Jersey City Museum is presenting work from the 1800FRAMES series.



Air Condition TO APPEAR AT WOODS HOLE FILM FESTIVAL
July 13, 2007, 5:07 am
Filed under: Festivals

Woods Hole, MA—July 13, 2007–City Without Walls’ (cWOW) third annual video exhibition is coming to the 16th annual Woods Hole Film Festival

“As an exhibit, these works are fresh, funny, inspired, evocative and at times truly beautifully mesmerizing,” Producer Jon Goldman.

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Homemade 3 Air condition in poland
June 13, 2007, 4:09 pm
Filed under: Gallery

Here are details and images of the show. in polish and English

Invite

http://www.lodz-art.pl/wydarzenia/wschodnia_waiting

http://www.culture.pl/pl/culture/artykuly/wy_in_waiting_for_an_echo_wschodnia_2007

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Finishing Funds 2007 award from ETC
May 29, 2007, 4:47 pm
Filed under: Awards

We just received an email confirming a grant from ETC to continue our next project in the trilogy ‘body bug’.

ETC together with the New York council of he arts and media The foundation grants money for artist to allow them to finish projects.

Is this awesome or what? thanks ETC, NYCA

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Finishing Funds 2007


	
	

Air Condition/1800 Frames on the Big Screen
March 11, 2007, 7:54 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

Air Condition will be seen in the pioneer”two boots”theater in the east village as part Sunday shorts program. A 55 min 30 artists extravaganza produced by CWOW gallery and curated by Mica scalin and lee wells

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Air Condition/1800frames/[PAM] @ Scope NY
February 22, 2007, 4:16 pm
Filed under: Art Fair

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Cinema-Scope: The Perpetual Art Machine. Presenting more than 600 videos by over 400 emerging and established artists from 60 countries, [PAM] allows the visitor to become part of the curatorial process. PAM is organized in collaboration by Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller.