Archives for posts tagged ‘commerce’

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson Work from FlowSpot. “FlowSpot shifts focus from corporate worker to leisure consumer, placing more emphasis on play than critique. Whereas Virtual Assistance involves attempts to “get to the bottom of things,” FlowSpot emerges from circulation itself, mobility itself, and the proliferating Image(s) of globalization and futurity that are seemingly disconnected from their […]

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson Work from Virtual Assistance. Virtual Assistane will be showing at Extra Extra‘s new space @ 1524 Frankford Ave in Philadelphia starting January 7th at 6:00. “Andrew Norman Wilson and Akhil C. The Virtual Assistance project began with research geared towards unpacking the relational system of Get Friday, a virtual personal assistant service based in […]

Alessandro Ludovico and Paolo Cirio

Alessandro Ludovico and Paolo Cirio Work from Google Will Eat Itself. “One of Google’s main revenue generators is the “Adsense”* program: It places hundreds of thousands of little Google text-ads on websites around the world. Now we have set up a vast amount of such Adsense-Accounts for our hidden Web-Sites. For each click we receive […]

Stephanie Syjuco

Stephanie Syjuco Work from her Temporal Aggregate/ Social Configuration (Borrowed Beuys) and Unsolicited Fabrications: Shareware Sculptures. “My recent projects use objects and surfaces that look strangely familiar, manipulating conventions of style and structure to create “mixed-use” items. I have focused my work on issues of “illicit capitalism”—bootlegs, knock-offs, and the reworked commodity—in an attempt to […]

Sebastjan Leban & Staš Kleindienst

Sebastjan Leban & Staš Kleindienst Work from Buy Your Own Art Experience. Catalog available here. “One of the fundamental problems of the art world, the art market and last but not least art in general is their attachment to the original as some kind of fetish, which of course is properly evaluated as all the […]