Good morning! (probably good night in Melbourne...)
they were projected one after the other, but in looping, for 3 days. I wish they had left for a longer period of time, though.
I believe the ideal would be to have them each in a different projector (or plasma) in looping, but that's the luxury option.
In Sweden, besides the projection in looping, they also left a computer where people could choose which corpse to watch.
When we're done with the new series, we'll have 6 corpses, each one running 7 to 9 minutes.
Nice to hear from you.
In Sweden are you projecting the videos one after the other- for a specific viewing time? - or are they installed and people can come and go as they please?
Thanks so much for the compliment on my work!
About the Exquisite Corpse Video Project, I'm very excited about it. We've finished 3 videos, which premiered a couple of weeks ago at Formverk (a Swedish gallery).
And we're already working on 3 more videos! This time we have 20 artists from various countries collaborating. We'll probably have the new videos ready in a month.
I still didn't search for a place to premiere them, so if you're interested it would be wonderful.
Goldfactory looks wonderful and I particularly like the definition of research space as seperate to studio/ presentation space.
It would be great to swap notes- your ideas surrounding curatorship of research space particularly.
Please check out http://www.artreview.com/profile/Goldfactory a new artist-run contemporary art organisation and "research space" (more residency-studio than your average 'white cube' gallery) located in Nottingham U.K. which looks beyond borders, beyond the narrow confines of the ordinary to bring cutting edge artists and the public together…..
I'm from ITALY. I invite you to visit my site. www.beppedevoti.com. and http://www.artreview.com/photo/album/listForOwner
I want to invite you to join me in the pure painting art http://www.artreview.com/group/puraismo . I would be honourable if You wanted to participate in the group of my friends. Beppe