Execute! From Sceen to Screen | Screening / Vector Festival (Ontario)
With video works by Hack’n’Trade, Peter Burr + Mark Fingerhut + Forma, Trond Michelsen, Cory Arcangel + Paper Rad (Jacob Ciocci, Jessica Ciocci, and Ben Jones), Rrrola (Jan Kadlec), Shape, Stewart Smith, Spaceballs, and Strobe.
PRESENTATION BY RAQUEL MEYERS: TEXTMODE ANIMATION & STORYTELLING
8th may 2017 // BEK – Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst (Bergen)
Digital Embroidery (Digitalt broderi) Workshop
6th May 2017 // UROM and Bergen Offentlige Bibliotek
RAIN PART I – [THE OWL]
#C64 #KYBDslöjd #rotatechar #PETSCII // music by Niklas Ström // code by Johan Kotlinski
Premiered at [Exhibition] Glitch: The Aesthetics of Failure / 21st-30th april 2017 //
The Old Courts, Wigan (UK) theoldcourts.com/glitch
Dadaclub.online. The Exhibition
March 25 – April 15, 2017 / Spazio Contemporanea, Brescia
On February 5, 2016 the Link Art Center launched Dadaclub.online, an online archive and creative platform meant to celebrate the dada legacy in the centenary of dada’s birth, that took place in Zurich on February 5, 1916. For a year, Dadaclub.online has been a place for uninterrupted experimentation, promoting the creative reuse of digital copies of original dada artworks.
Featured in “The Masters of Pixel Art” vol. 2: http://nicepixel.se/
Acid Terrorist’s active work with PETSCII as an art form, where the c64 is a central part of her ongoing art projects.
Premiere 23rd march 2017 // Norrbotten Big Band / New Directions (Piteå, SE)
BRUTALNESSE // Brutalism for Big Band, composed by Alexandra Nilsson feat. Raquel Meyers (visuals).
3rd-5th March 2017 // Square Sounds Melbourne 2017 (Melbourne)
Danimal Cannon(US)/ Space Town (US) / ZEN ALBATROSS (US) / 2mg (JP) / CYMBA (UK/FR) / Trash80 (US) / boaconstructor (US) / KUNIO (JP) / Tom Foolery and the Family Jewellery / Dot.AY / tiasu / 7bit Hero / Jamatar (MEL) / Heavy Viper (PER) / Ray Manta (ADE) (AKA Tim Koch) / 0F.digital (MEL) and visuals from Raquel Meyers / Cyberpunk Ibis / Busty Coastline and Cat Full of Ghosts Electronics!
25th- 26th February 2017
The Centre for Computing History Cambridge, UK
To many, teletext is an information system, but it is also a platform for art! Teletext art was first experimented with in the 1970s, then developed throughout the ’80s and ’90s by public broadcasters. But the facility to design for teletext is now back in the hands of its original users, the general public. You are the new teletext artists!