Me and Goto80 (with the big support of Peter Kwan) are planning to do Teletext installation for people who have passed on. A sacred place for them to be celebrated, in text-mode, way above The Cloud. Possan join to the team!!!
Curated by Andrianna Campbell and Daniel S. Palmer
In the 1913 Armory Show, the Association of American Painters and Sculptors endeavored to showcase the “New Spirit” of modern art. On its 100th anniversary, we will celebrate the Cubist paintings and sculptures in its galleries with an exhibition curated by Andrianna Campbell and Daniel S. Palmer featuring 27 contemporary artists at Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center (466 Grand St, NYC). Their artworks explore changes in perception precipitated by our digital age, and closely parallel the cubist vernacular of fragmentation, non-linearity, simultaneity, and decenteredness. Our exhibition poses the question: What is the legacy of Cubism in the hundred years since the Armory Show’s radical display of modern European and American art, and especially, how has this become relevant again in our digital age?
Memoblast is a group performance in a fax-based office. Raquel Meyers, Jacob Sikker Remin and Goto80 are office workers who handle the flow of information by following rituals and rules for efficiency. They work with conventional office tools such as text editors and spreadsheets to create graphics, music and memos.
Fax is a dangerous and spontaneous technology, and Memoblast is open for you.
30th november – 21th december 2012
: : BLACK BOX GALLERY : : Copenhagen K
Includes works by
Benjamin Zuber [DE], Charlotte Haslund-Christensen, Dorte Dahlin, Eduardo Kac [USA],Evalajka Pervin, France Cadet [F], Jesper Fabricius, goto80 [SE], Jacob Sikker Remin, Manfred Mohr [DE/USA], Michael Norre, Mogens Jacobsen, Mogens Møller, Raquel Meyers [ES], Signe Breum, Steen T. Krarup.
The book is a collection of faxes produced during the performance Fax & Frankering For Folket. Most of the images were made by Raquel Meyers using Commodore 64 text graphics. Others were sent in via the open fax line, mostly by anonymous senders.
The performance took place at DEMOTEKET at the Rentemestervej Library on the 9th of December 2011 in Copenhagen.
65 pages / Paperback / Black & white
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The project consists in a Live performance by Goto80 and Raquel Meyers with C64 petscii visuals, and a PETSCII musical live show with Goto80, Raquel Meyers and Uwe Schenk Show Band.
Wtach it here: http://www.uwe-schenk-trifft.de/?page_id=1872
goto80/Anders Carllson: C64/voc
Raquel Meyers. C64/voc
Jochen Feucht: sax
Uwe Schenk: spinett
Markus Kössler: b
Torsten Krill: dr
Omri Suleiman – Music For a 15 Year Old Me (CHIPFLIP 05)
Chipflip doesn’t try to emulate the album form. Instead, this is more similar to a music disk with its eerie PETSCII interface by Raquel Meyers and Goto80.
10th august 2012 / Manymade launch party – Republikken (Copenhagen)
Live visuals by raquel meyers & music by goto80
Text mode storytelling occurs in between written text and animation. The graphics appear to be images, but are in fact built with common text characters like O or /. With text mode, we refer to a preset font that is organized in a fixed grid on the screen. The music software we use also operates in text mode, forming a curious link to the visual content.
Click New Media Arts Festival
THE EYE, THE EAR & THE HAND
Curator: Jacob Sikker Remin
30th april-5th may 2012
Gijs Gieskes / David Gauthier / Marguerite Bromley / Elliot Sinyor / Joanna Berzowska / Sha Xin Wei /Geoffrey Lillemon / Goto80 / Raquel Meyers / Jamie Allan / Kim Asendorf / Connect / Kobe / Marcin Ignac / Marieke Verbiesen / Ole Kristensen / Sune Petersen / Vectral / Videogramo / Tristan Perich / Ubermorgen.com
31th march 2012 / Textival Litteraturfestival 2012 – Stora Teatern (Göteborg)
“Mind the Volcano!”
By Goto80 & Raquel Meyers
Mind the Volcano is a text-based TV-performance that premiered at the literature festival Textival 2012 in Göteborg. It is an improvisation based on books by Lennart Hellsing, Peter Newell, Hans Traxler and Lewis Carroll. The music is made by Goto80, and is played through 40 headphones. His music tool also uses text graphics, which makes it a part of the visual story aswell.