In “Once More Again (Again)” by Kah Bee Chow, a sequence of quartz crystal images taken over a day are re-activated differently with each user and page visit, playing back in a light-filled poetic which ultimately captures, doses, and manipulates time itself.
Auckland based artist Stella Brennan presents “Instant Pictures”, a series of networked pages which plunges the viewer into their tiniest details, gateways to the next enveloping image-scape lodged amongst hairs, scratches and dust particles.
Collective Blind Spot RGB was a temporary performative work from Boris Dornbusch for Screens, involving the loud reading of a screenplay based upon a popular Hollywood motion picture.
Viewers from around the world tuned in on Sunday, 30 January, 2011 at 9pm in Berlin, 3pm in New York and 9am Auckland. The work was both activated and made complete by its viewers, and will largely disappear after their engagement.
The ancients built Valdrada on the shores of a lake, with houses all verandas one above the other, and high streets whose railed parapets look out over the water. Thus the traveller, arriving, sees two cities: one erect above the lake, and the other reflected, upside-down. Nothing exists or happens in the one Valdrada that the other Valdrada does not repeat, because the city was so constructed that its every point would be reflected in its mirror…
Seung Yul Oh opens the Screens online series with ‘Rain’, a playful, chaotic interactive which invites users to germinate an unpredictable kaleidoscope of objects, images, and sounds.
William Boling’s Marco Polo is a long duration project, where the US photographer invites participants to post snapshots, memories and moments in image or text form, which are responded to daily: embracing, compiling or ignoring their input into his own.