Rafael Rozendaal

BYOB Chicago, at the MCA, 18 October 2011

BYOB Chicago #2 18 October 2011, 6–8pm, free at The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (map) BYOB is a series of one-night exhibitions in which artists explore the medium of projection using their own “beamers” (projectors). BYOB has taken place in more than 40 cities throughout the world. Originally conceived by artist Rafaël Rozendaal, BYOB Chicago […]

BYOB Chicago, March 26, 2011, the Archer Ballroom

BYOB CHICAGO Saturday, March 26t, 2011 at the Archer Ballroom 2537-2599 S Paulina St, Chicago, IL, 60608 (map) 7 to 10pm. “BYOB Chicago (organized by Nicholas O’Brien and Brian Khek) has invited more than 30 Chicago-based and international artists to create a collaborative happening of moving light, sound and performance. The dynamic structure will no-doubt be […]

Interview with Rafaël Rozendaal

Viewing the art of Rafaël Rozendaal evokes a warm and curious feeling: he produces incredible work, featuring bold and beautiful graphic, thoughtful use of color and eloquent animation, lifting the digital canvas to higher plane. Rozendaal is an artist from Amsterdaam, Netherlands, and he makes websites as art pieces, those pieces are sold with domain […]

Hybrid Moment ('09/2010) by Rafaël Rozendaal

Web domain art piece: http://www.hybridmoment.com/ Throw your mouse cursor over this hot embed. RR “makes websites as art pieces, pieces are sold with domain name, work remains public, name of collector in title bar.” Supplementary poster: http://www.newrafael.com/shop/hybrid-moment-poster/ Fun fact: Rafael’s Great grandfather, Humberto Castello Branco, was former president of Brazil.

7 Question Interview with Duncan Malashock, Brooklyn-based Artist and Filmmaker

Duncan Malashock is a Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker whose work we have featured before — that being his 2006 piece, Road, and Pyramid (2008). His work was featured in the recent REFRESH exhibit at the AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media. Duncan makes “analog videos that are concerned with the history of creative technology.” […]