THIS IS NOT REAL by HAYDI ROKET
October 20th to November 10th 2014
Working under the pseudonym Haydiroket, Mert Keskin is one of Tumblrís resident GIF editors. Since being exposed to the Atari game system at the age of 5, Keskin has been drawn to the digital world much like empty stomachs are drawn to the delicious lure of pizza, and was part of some Demoscene groups in the 90s before having his talents tapped by the likes of MTV and Tumblr.
RUBBERDRAG by DAFNA GANANI
August 21th to September 12th 2014
Graduated in 2007 with a PhD from Visual Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Dafna Ganani make video art and interactive flash movies dealing w/fantasy and escapism, sexual politics and a critique of being subject to nation state.
She use game development techniques to create interactive visual/digital objects, to render visual desire and pleasure as a methods of narrative progression, in efforts to reproduce and renew gendered visual convention/s.
Don’t be fussy, flow like water by MOTOKO KUZEKIRA
July 3th to July 31st 2014
Subj.spaces by Ποστπιξελ Κακτους
June 9th to July 3rd 2014
Librarian and Media Design student in Piet Zwart Institute. Thereisamajorprobleminaustralia explores the human-information interactions in the latest information economy and procedures in which online identities are constructed in cyber space.
JUNKIE GIFS by JAVIERZ YEIKOB
April 24th to May 24th 2014
I am Javierz Yeikob, a net art lover and I do crazy mixtures with the most delusional Internet Gifs.
I like psychedelia and minimalist futurism I really like anything that looks interesting or humorous over there. When I’m half stoned wandering in the internet and from 24 April to 24 May, I want to drive you crazy !
GIF & Vine by ANNE HOREL
March 17th to April 17th 2014
Anne Horel is a protean french artist born in 1984.
Collage artist, maker of GIFs and videos, singer and performer who works primarily on the Internet and especially social networks. Compulsive consumer of all types of audio and visual stimuli, “Collage-with-a-large C” is her preferred mode of expression.
Weaned on television, video games, Internet (and its precursor, the French counterpart Minitel), Horel is marked with the seal of channel-surfing culture, symptomatic of the generation that came of age in the apocalyptic wake of the Y2K bug scare.
A graduate with honors of the National Superior Art School of Paris Cergy, she was also selected for the Salon de Montrouge in 2011 (http://www.salondemontrouge.fr/).
She does segments on a French TV show about Web 2.0 culture (cf L’Œil de Links http://www.canalplus.fr/c-infos-documentaires/pid4583-c-ms-l-oeil-de-links.html).
She also has a radio show on an underground web-based station in Paris : Radiomarais http://www.radiomarais.fm/oh-browser-claire-joualt/