Every Sat/Sun on Governors Island – The Spaces Contained In Each / Internet Psychic Phone Repair / Cloud.Data 2010 / Augmented Reality War of 1812

At St. Cornelius Chapel on Governors Island, Stephen Vitiello’s and Steve Roden’s The Spaces Contained in Each is a 25 minute multi-channel sound installation based on recordings of “silence”. In Daniel Temkin’s Internet Psychic Phone Repair a mannequin fortune teller delivers a mix of NYC marketing vernacular, Markov-flavored spam phrasings, and a symbology of stale mysticism and Internet detritus. Xu Wenkai’s Cloud.data 2010 simulates a small region of a dark sky, but in the other way this matrix is able to contain a boundless 3-dimension sky of a digital reality. In Steve Bull’s and Kathleen Huler’s Augmented Rality War of 2012 visitors with their smart phone, iPad and Android tablets take a self guided augmented reality tour of scenes of the War of 1812.

[until Sep 2] Roden/Vitiello: The Spaces Contained in Each
[until Sep 2] Daniel Temkin: Internet Psychic Phone Repair
[until Sep 2] Xu Wenkai: Cloud.data 2010
[until Sep 2] The Augmented Reality War of 1812

Every Saturday & Sunday on Governors Island
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[Jul 20 – Sep 2] Stephen Vitiello and Steve Roden: The Spaces Contained in Each

vitielloThe Spaces Contained in Each is a multi-channel sound installation based on recordings of “silence.” Sound and visual artists, Steve Roden and Stephen Vitiello have collected pre-recorded works on vinyl that relate to themes of silence as well as their own field recordings of quiet spaces. For the installation at Saint Cornelius Chapel, these recordings will be mixed and spatialized as a response to the artists’ experience in the space. More Information: http://www.harvestworks.org/stephen-vitiello-and-steve-roden/

[Jun 15 – Sep 2] Daniel Temkin: Internet Psychic Phone Repair

temkin3A Midtown vendor holds a sign advertising what might be a session with a fortune teller or perhaps a quick fix for iPhones. Only this vendor is himself the fortune teller: a mannequin with a card dispenser in his torso. The fortunes he delivers play meaning off nonsense, in a mix of NYC marketing vernacular, Markov-flavored spam phrasings, and a symbology of stale mysticism and Internet detritus. This event is part of 2013 New York Electronic Art Festival, produced in part through the Harvestworks Artist in Residence Program. More information: http://www.harvestworks.org/daniel-temkin-internet-psychic-phone-repair/

[Jun 15 – Sep 2] Xu Wenkai: Cloud.data 2010

china-featCloud.data simulates a small region of a dark sky, but in the other way this matrix is able to contain a boundless 3-dimension sky of a digital reality. Clouds generated by the artist’s computing language are seen flying over the screens… So how do we feel the textile dimension, the color, or even temperature…of a virtual object? Apparently, we very much rely on the knowledge understanding of the technology application, but maybe in the not far future, a sixth sense will finally be stimulated in human body to deal with the cyber reality. Cloud.data iPhone / iPad app is available on the Apple Store. XU Wenkai aka Aaajiao is one of the artists featured in Lost in the Labyrinth: Sound Art in China curated by Xiaoying Juliette YUAN. This event is part of 2013 New York Electronic Art Festival. More information: http://www.harvestworks.org/jun-15-sep-2-xu-wenkai-cloud-data-2010/

[Jun 15 – Sep 2] Steve Bull / Kathleen Hulser: The Augmented Reality War of 1812

On Governors Island visitors with their smart phone, iPad and Android tablets take a self guided augmented reality tour of scenes of the War of 1812. Flaneurs will discover the USRC cutter ACTIVE chase down the smuggler FAIR AMERICAN on the Hudson River, highly inflated bank notes floating over the parade ground, and an American sailor, a tar, shouldering his duffle bag at the ferry landing. This self guided ARt tour is available on your mobile device at all hours everyday until September 2nd. (There is a promotional poster and handouts for the paper dependent at St. Cornelius Chapel, every Saturday & Sunday, Jun 15 through Sep 2, noon to 6pm). This event is part of this year’s New York Electronic Art Festival. More information: http://www.harvestworks.org/jun-15-jul-31-the-augmented-reality-war-of-1812/

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…from http://JUNAIO.com – Search for “Cutter v. Smuggler 1813”

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