Just sent a message but am not sure where it went (just signed on today)... In any event, thanks for taking the time to visit my images & commenting. I really like your "new artwork" section, the images have an ephemeral beauty, lovely... btw, I know your name but I don't recall if we ever met? Maybe at Pratt?
Well, I'd love to take you up on that offer. Actually, I was just about to ask if you really wanted to meet me over Thanksgiving, but I now have the answer. Incidentally, I'm a vegetarian, so I've already spared quite a few turkeys!
Will be back in touch in a day or so, when I've firmed up some of my other commitments.
I would like to thank you for the thoughts you so kindly shared with me.
Of course you could send António and Hanna Damásio the link of the YMYI artifact (www.ymyi.org). It would be an honnor beeing with the YMYI project in LA. I have disponibility around mid 2009.
My email is : firstname.lastname@example.org
Best wishes, Joao
Jacki... appreciate your help but the last 3 comments by Cynthia Rubin, Victor and myself are still missing on the main page -- however they do show up on my page (dated Oct. 22, 23rd, etc.) http://siggrapharts.ning.com/profile/RozDimon
Anyway to get this altogether and chronological? It's getting interesting and I'm also looking back to your early comments re: life and art... very good points as yes the window frame of experience is widening and closing the gap between the 2. Very interesting. R
Jacki... Roz Dimon here. I posted a long reply 2 days ago to my discussion on a blogpost I started here and now there are no comments at all listed on the blog MANIFESTO: PAINTING IN THE AGE OF INFORMATION. Any thoughts as to what's going on? Cynthia Rubin and Victor Acevedo had comments as well which are no longer showing up. Thanks, Roz
I hope you get a chance to come see my Iraqi Village art piece in Second Life. It was made for ISEA 08 but I will keep it up a bit longer. It takes a while to see everything I have put into the village.
Send me you avatar name again and I'll pop you a notecard.
Really nice to hear from you. ..... yes just got onto the site and will put up some images when i get a moment to breath..... sl and rl exhibits coming up soon.
An exhibition on the Learning Times Squirrel Island in Second Life opening Aug 1,
Dome West 15,166,22
Tail Gallery 169,213,28
and will be exhibiting in RL as part of the Otis College of Art and Designs Faculty exhibition “Omage 08” at the Track 16 Gallery at Bergamot Station Aug 2 thru Aug 30, curated by Lisa Melandri of the Santa Monica Museum.
Also will also be exhibiting as part of the Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts “International Juried Competition” August 14 thru September 6, curated by Howard Fox, Curator of Contemporary Art, for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Rex Bruce, Director of the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. http://www.lacda.com/
Then presenting a a demonstration of a virtual online SpaceTime Student Gallery in Second Life, hosted on the Otis College of Art & Design island, for ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee at the official RL opening of the SpaceTime Gallery on Wednesday August 13 at the SIGGRAPH 2008 Conference in Los Angeles. The exhibition captures the state of creative computer-based student work and acts as an annual slice of the computer graphics continuum. http://www.siggraph.org/s2008/
Hi Jacki! I'd love to take a peek, your screen shot looks really intriguing. But I'm weeks behind on my piece, and the premiere is on August 13th, so I won't be in Second Life until after that. After that I hope my life will become more normal. Finally.
Goofy way to make a portfolio. I'll get around to it "some day."
Guess I'll check my email for something from this site re. admin access.
Loved your SL piece. And your slide show work is great. Your work suits you somehow.
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