A photographic exhibition organized by The Alernative Museum for the Flint Institute of Arts
The goals of the project are to urge viewers to see themselves not just as citizens of a country—but of the world—and to bring awareness about the ongoing causes of current human rights conflicts around the globe.
HUMAN CONDITION [After Effects]
Donna De Cesare,
Carol Guzy ,
Yannis Kontos ,
David Dare Parker ,
Lucian Perkins An international photography exhibition created
by The Alternative Museum for The Nathan Cummings
2003 DIGITAL MEDIA COMMISSIONS
were made possible through grants from the following:
National Endowment for the Arts, The Starry Night Foundation,
The Department of Cultural Affairs for the City of New
York, New York State Council on the Arts.
River & T. Whid Art Associates Five Small Videos About Interruption And Disappearing Five Small Videos About Interruption
And Disappearing were inspired by early video-based performance
work. MTAA were intrigued by the repetitive gestures
and everyday actions in early video artwork. These Five
Small Videos are MTAA's update of the form and themes
of this earlier video work.
Napier Quark "My goal
with this work is to create a tactile and reactive "world"
in which a single click results in an infinite variety
of generated designs. Once activated by the visitor, these
three "fundamental particles" generate a rich
and complex world of responses."
Ludin Viral Portraits "Viral Portraits are a series
of Internet based montages combining key components of
diseases sequenced for databanks of the future; Parkinson’s,
Alzheimer’s, Hodgkin’s, and HIV:AIDS."
Hovagimyan Love Songs From My Computer Love Songs From My Computer
comes from Hovagimyan's involvement with text based conceptual
art. Although he's not a trained musician he likes to
work with musical ideas.
Dominguez FadeForward FadeFoward
is a series of photographs and text from different Zapatistas
and actions during the last 3 years.
Herbello In Our Own Likeness, (A IMAXE E SEMELLANZA) "I like to play with everyday
elements creating new situations which break the usual
way of seeing the familiar I carve on the skin, I make
ephimeral interventions which I document with thuthful,
scientifically rigorous blak and white images."