03 May 2002 - 30 June 2002
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
This exhibition includes the work of artists from
the United States, Switzerland, Denmark, Australia, and the United
Kingdom who approach hacking as a creative electronic strategy for
resistance, rather than as a merely destructive act. By using media
and technology tactically, transparently, and collaboratively, the
artists reveal and subvert the way in which society, institutions,
governments, or corporations undermine individual identity, local
control, and citizen agency. Artists include LAN, Knowbotic Research,
RSG, radioqualia, Future Farmers, Cue P. Doll, rtmark, Harun Farocki,
Rena Tangens, Surveillance Camera Players, Superflex. Organized
by Steve Dietz, Curator of New Media, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis,
and Jenny Marketou, artist, New York City, in collaboration with
Anne Barlow, Curator of Education and Media Programs.
The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science,
and Technology has announced its 2002 call for projects for organizations:
"Exhibition, Distribution and Performance Program for Organizations"
and "Program for Organizations from Emerging Regions."
The Foundation's purpose is to further artistic and scientific knowledge
by fostering the meeting of art and science in the field of technologies.
The Foundation includes the Centre for Research and Documentation
(CR+D), which is open to researchers interested in multimedia and
new technologies in the arts.
For further information: http://www.fondation-langlois.org/e/informations/nouvelles/index4.html