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Date: Wed, 02 May 2001 23:14:27 -0400
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net.ephemera

May 3-31, 2001
Moving Image Gallery
414 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10013

Curated by Mark Tribe of Rhizome.org
Opening reception: Thursday, May 3, 6-9pm.

Net art is made to be experienced online. How then should museums and
galleries best exhibit net art in their physical spaces? net.ephemera
takes an innovative approach to this problem by focusing on drawings,
diagrams, notes, receipts and other physical artifacts related to the
making of virtual work.

net.ephemera includes one ephemeron by each the following New York-based
net artists/groups: John Cabral, Andy Deck, Ricardo Dominguez of
Electronic Disturbance Theater, Angie Eng, Alex Galloway, Jeff Gompertz,
GH Hovagimyan, Keith Frank & Jon Ippolito, Yael Kanarek, John Klima,
Tina LaPorta, Golan Levin, Diane Ludin, Michael Mandiberg, Jennifer &
Kevin McCoy, Brian McGrath & Mark Watkins with Akiko Hattori & Lucy Lai
Wong, Sally Minker, Prema Murthy, Mark Napier, Cary Peppermint, Wolfgang
Staehle, Beth Stryker & Sawad Brooks, Marek Walczak & Martin Wattenberg,
MTAA, Maciej Wisniewski.

A web site with statements, bios and links to the related net art
projects will launch on Thursday, May 3 at
http://www.movingimagegallery.com

For more information, please contact:
Michele Thursz, Moving Image Gallery, +1.212.966.4741,
michele-AT-movingimagegallery.com
Mark Tribe, Rhizome.org, +1.212.625.3191, mark-AT-rhizome.org
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RE:net.ephemera   Opening reception: Thursday, May 3, 6-9pm.-AT- Moving Image Gallery
net.ephemera

May 3-31, 2001
Moving Image Gallery
414 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10013

Curated by Mark Tribe of Rhizome.org
Opening reception: Thursday, May 3, 6-9pm.

Net art is made to be experienced online. How then should museums and
galleries best exhibit net art in their physical spaces? net.ephemera
takes an innovative approach to this problem by focusing on drawings,
diagrams, notes, receipts and other physical artifacts related to the
making of virtual work.

net.ephemera includes one ephemeron by each the following New York-based
net artists/groups: John Cabral, Andy Deck, Ricardo Dominguez of
Electronic Disturbance Theater, Angie Eng, Alex Galloway, Jeff Gompertz,
GH Hovagimyan, Keith Frank & Jon Ippolito, Yael Kanarek, John Klima,
Tina LaPorta, Golan Levin, Diane Ludin, Michael Mandiberg, Jennifer &
Kevin McCoy, Brian McGrath & Mark Watkins with Akiko Hattori & Lucy Lai
Wong, Sally Minker, Prema Murthy, Mark Napier, Cary Peppermint, Wolfgang
Staehle, Beth Stryker & Sawad Brooks, Marek Walczak & Martin Wattenberg,
MTAA, Maciej Wisniewski.

A web site with statements, bios and links to the related net art
projects will launch on Thursday, May 3 at
http://www.movingimagegallery.com

For more information, please contact:
Michele Thursz, Moving Image Gallery, +1.212.966.4741,
michele-AT-movingimagegallery.com
Mark Tribe, Rhizome.org, +1.212.625.3191, mark-AT-rhizome.org
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