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Annie Ok: “My Life as an Avatar″ in “Game Art in the Knowable Space” show at CultureHub, Nov 7

My art film series “My Life as an Avatar” has been invited to be exhibited at CultureHub in the “Game Art in the Knowable Space” show curated by Chris Burke.

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Game Art in the Knowable Space

The aesthetics of video games are rerouted to create works of art that subvert game mechanics and the experience of play. Game artist and machinima maker Chris Burke curates a showcase of artists who are using games beyond their intended purpose, as tools for making art. The exhibited works explore the finite, or “knowable,” potential of the programmed game environment.

Game Art In The Knowable Space presents works that are not games in themselves, but artworks inspired by the treatment of space in video games. Some of the works examine the aleatoric, uncanny aspects of game space while others build out their own spaces to be explored.

With artwork from:

Alex Myers
Annie Ok
Jeff Donaldson
Rosa Menkman
Friedrich Kirschner
Victor Morales
Kent Sheely
Tom Murphy VII

Performances by Tamara Yadao and mrghosty (AKA Skot Deeming)

Friday, November 7, 2014 at 7:00pm
CultureHub
47 Great Jones St 3rd Fl
New York, New York 10012

$10 General Admission
$5 Student and Artist Tickets

http://knowablespace.eventbrite.com

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Still from “My Life as an Avatar 03.10” by Annie Ok

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Annie Ok: “My Life as an Avatar″ in FILE Electronic Language International Festival, São Paulo, July 27 – Aug 29

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My art film series “My Life as an Avatar” has been invited to be exhibited at FILE – Electronic Language International Festival, the biggest art and technology festival in Latin America.

July 27 – August 29, 2010
FIESP – Ruth Cardoso Cultural Center
Av. Paulista, 1313
São Paulo, Brazil

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Still from “My Life as an Avatar 03.10” by Annie Ok

From FILE 2010:

The 11th edition of FILE – Electronic Language International Festival – takes place this year at Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso from July 27th to August 29th, 2010. The programme occupies the Art Gallery of SESI-SP, the FIESP Space, the Theater and the Mezzanine of the Cultural Center that hosts the exhibition with interactive installations, games, machinimas, internet artworks, performances and workshops.

Since 2000, FILE – Electronic Language International Festival constitutes an international interdisciplinary platform for the development of innovative and creative projects in the area of arts and technologies. FILE is a cultural, nonprofit organization that promotes a reflection on the main themes of the global contemporary electronic-digital context, always in a transdisciplinary vision in the political complexity of our time’s cultural universe.

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Annie Ok: “My Life as an Avatar 03.10”

My Life as an Avatar 03.10

Part of ongoing “My Life as an Avatar” machinima series by Annie Ok.

Music: Caustic Reverie, “Rust Shore”

Annie Ok: “My Life as an Avatar 06.08″ at Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, Aug 22- Sept 30

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My art film, “My Life as an Avatar 06.08″ has been invited to be exhibited at Itaú Cultural in São Paulo as part of the Machinima program curated by Isabelle Arvers. There will be four showings: on Aug 22nd and 23rd for the GamePlay exposition, then on Sept 25th and 30th for Mostravideo Itaú Cultural.

GamePlay: Machinimas

6pm, Aug 22nd and 8pm, Aug 23rd, 2010:

Itaú Cultural
Avenida Paulista, 149, Estação Brigadeiro do Metrô
São Paulo, Brazil

Mostravídeo Itaú Cultural: Machinimas

9pm, Sept 25, 2010:

Cine Metrópolis
Av. Fernando Ferrari, s/n
Goiabeiras, Vitória – ES
São Paulo, Brazil

7pm, Sept 30, 2010:

Palácio das Artes
Sala Humberto Mauro
Avenida Afonso Pena, 1537
Belo Horizonte – MG
São Paulo, Brazil

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Still from “My Life as an Avatar 06.08” by Annie Ok

About Itaú Cultural:

Itaú Cultural contributes to the enhancement of the culture of a society as complex and heterogeneous as the Brazilian. It is an institute devoted to research and production of content and for mapping, encouragement and dissemination of artistic and intellectual manifestations.

When considering the culture an essential tool for the construction of the identity of the country and an effective means in promoting citizenship, Itaú Cultural quests to democratize and promote social participation in the cultural sphere. The Institute is a center of cultural reference, for more than 20 years promoting and disseminating the artistic and intellectual production of Brazil – in Brazil and abroad.

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More info and official press releases:
http://www.itaucultural.org.br/index.cfm?cd_pagina=2716&cd_noticia=6617
http://mostravideoitaucultural.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/folder_setembro.pdf

Annie Ok: “10 Simple Steps to Your Own Virtual Sweatshop” in ISEA2009: The Exhibition, Belfast, Aug 7-Sept 6

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“10 Simple Steps to Your Own Virtual Sweatshop”, the machinima documentary I co-directed with Eyebeam artists Jeff Crouse and Stephanie Rothenberg about their Invisible Threads mixed reality installation, is showing in ISEA2009: The Exhibition in Belfast, Ireland at Golden Thread Gallery.

Golden Thread Gallery
7th of August – 6th of September
Opening Times Tues – Friday: 10.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday – Sunday:10.30am – 4.00pm
Exhibition opening night 7th of August: 7 – 9pm

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Still from “10 Simple Steps to Your Own Virtual Sweatshop” by Annie Ok, Jeff Crouse & Stephanie Rothenberg

From ISEA2009: The Exhibition:

ISEA2009: The Exhibition presents internationally leading edge artists from across the globe in an unprecedented multi-site exhibition in Belfast, Northern Ireland from 7 – 29 August 2009. On display in the Ormeau Baths Gallery, the Golden Thread Gallery, in the foyer gallery of the University of Ulster Belfast campus and in the public domain, this exhibition addresses contested spaces focusing on the environment, political and economic conflict and the human body. Curated by Kathy Rae Huffman it will display an exciting range of innovative and challenging work at the interface of art, science and technology.

Exhibiting artists:

OBG: Kuaishen Auson; Revital Cohen; Vince Dziekan; Matt Green and Stuart Sloan; Allan Hughes; Kuuki: Gavin Sade and Priscilla Bracks; Martin Rieser; Sam Kang Li with Justin Zhuang, Serene Cheong and Wong Shu Yu; Scenocosme: Grégory Lasserre & Anaïs met den Ancxt; Pam Skelton; Squidsoup, ETH Zurich, horao GmbH; Ola Stahl and Kajsa Thelin; Alexa Wright

GTG: Tony Allard and Kristine Diekman; Jay Bushman; Candida TV: Agnese Trocchi and Antonio Veneziano; Ian Clothier; Joseph DeLappe; Denise Doyle; David Elliott, Andrés Colubri, Patrick Tierney; David Guez; Jim Kosem; Paula Levine; Diana McCarty, Mare Tralla, Reet Varbalne and Kathy Rae Huffman; Max Moswitzer; Will Pappenheimer and John Craig Freeman; Personal Cinema and The Erasers; Rainer Prohaska; Pedro Rebelo; Stephanie Rothenberg; Stephanie Rothenberg and Jeff Crouse with Annie Ok; Mark Skwarek, Joseph Hocking and Arthur Peters; Brad Todd; UBERMORGEN.COM; Andrea Zapp

Ulster: Lauren Alexander; Joseph DeLappe; Petko Dourmana; Anthony Haughey; Fiona Larkin; Christina McPhee; Richard O’Sullivan; Geoffrey Alan Rhodes; Sreejata Roy & Mrityunjay Chatterjee, Debashis Sinha

ISEA2009: The Exhibition has been developed as an extended part of ISEA2009, the 15th International Symposium on Electronic Art, which will take place from 23 August to 1 September 2009 on the island of Ireland. Hosted by the University of Ulster the symposium focuses on Engaged Creativity in Mobile Environments.

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