judsoN
presents...

PuMp oRg iN



WEB ART

1996-2010


(2020)



selected stuff:



The Reverse Color Organ
(2016, 2013)
with painter Ellen Hackl Fagan

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper for Leonardo Almanac

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Essay
(2010)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured at SpringGun Press
* featured at the Electronic Literature Organization
* featured at AINAC
* featured at Nictoglobe

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Cut Up
(2009)

* featured in REFF online gallery (show discussed in REFF (published book), Wired Italia, and part of the Internet Governance Forum in Pisa).

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Love Songs
(2009, 2008)
with rock star/English professor/web designer Morgan Grether

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art

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Epidemiology
(2009, 2006)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured in paper in Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* discussed in show/paper published by the University of Oregon
* featured at the State of Jefferson show at the Schneider Museum (Oregon)
* selected as example online work at ITP in NY

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Crickets
(2008)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in published paper in Rupkatha Journal of the Humanities
* discussed in published paper in The Signal Culture Cookbook
* featured at the Institut Internationale de Musique Electroacoustique de Bourges
* featured at the 809 International Art District in China
* featured in REFF online (show discussed in published book, Wired Italia and part of the Internet Governance Forum in Pisa)

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Mouth
(2007)

* featured in Rhizome Art Base

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Compos-o-matic'
(2007)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Parson''s Journal of Information Mapping (PJIM).

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HTTP in tha House
(2005)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in paper published in Parson's Journal of Information Mapping (PJIM)
* reported in Rhizome's Net Art News

In the web art piece HTTP in tha House, a user enters a URL. The program gathers the data, generally a web page of HTML. It selects random segments of several words from the text, disregarding the formatting tags. Initially, we begin with a tentative assumption that, at least in those days, a person who can provide a URL, would be fairly familiar with the contents of that web page. This was particularly true in an era when often people often created their own web sites from scratch (as opposed to using blogs or services like Facebook). In fact, it would seem that the most enthusiastic responses for this piece tended to come from visitors who had looked up their own sites and were excited by the result. As we will discuss, this is not intended as an opportunity to scoff at a persistent solipsism, rather it underscores the self-referential nature of perception and subsequent categorization of meaning and noise.

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Werk
(2004)
with Corrine Dehaene in Belgium

* included in "Untitled" CD of computer art in Norway
* featured in Machinista in Perm, Russia and Glasgow, Scotland

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Hall of Mirrors
(2004)

* featured at Sheep's Parade (web gallery)
* featured in Uncontained Information for Fort9

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ASCII Ink Blot
(2004)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* discussed in chapter published by Signal Culture
* discussed in paper published in Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA)
* featured at electroFringe in Australia
* discussed in book Prog:ME
* featured at the Lo-fi gallery on the web

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Punque
(2003)

* discussed in book Internet Art Digital Culture
* featured in FILE in Brazil
* featured in Violence on the web (which was featured in several larger shows: in Chiang Mai, Thailad; Sofia, Bulgaria; Bratislava, Slowakia; the Liverpool Biennial in England; Festival Tabor in the Czech Republic)

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The Last Five Peas
(2003)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* featured at the ISCAM Web Biennial in Istanbul

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Byoki
(2003)

* featured in the Iconography show at Turbulence

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Music for 12 Jackhammers
(2002)

* featured at Soundtoys

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The Philosophy of Phillys Innus the Blankest
(2002)

* discussed in the book Behavioral Art
* one on nine artists featured at MPAA's survey of internet art, in Washington DC

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Returning the Sand
(2002)

* featured at gallery 1F online

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The Feature Factory
(2001)

* for Teachscape (online site for kids)

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E Coli
(2001)

* featured at cTheory: The Human Genome (Cornell University)
* Another work of mine also appeared in their issue "Interactive Sound"

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The Bardo (Interactive Animals)
(2001)

* First place for GMBH's Netzkunsthaus in Germany

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16 Objects, Ready or Not
(1998)
for Michael Craig-Martin, with Vivian Selbo

* featured in the MoMA interactive collection

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Arrangements
(1996)
for Adaweb and composer David Bartell

* discussed in book Graphis Web Design Now
* featured at Adaweb (web art gallery)

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