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Carlo Zanni

Carlo Zanni's artistic practice is focused on the intersection of computation and representation. He paints landscapes and he programs portraits and is currently showing at Bitforms gallery in New York in a group show Prints + Chips

Zanni writes: "I usually program portraits, but "Attempt to bet two fiches" isn’t a personal commissioned portrait (like, for example, my icons for desktop). It’s a social portrait. I took a photo of my time. There isn’t any kind of hidden metaphorical dimension to it. Please look at this work in the same way as you watch the news on NY1."

Julia Meltzer

"Kosovo, Colorado" takes a simulated Balkan village built in Colorado by the US army as a starting point to unravel further links between these two places, such as: the disappearance and reappearance of nuclear waste, incidents of high school violence and violence backed by the state, and the oblique language which is used to rationalize and define these events.

Julia Meltzer is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She is a co-founder of the Speculative Archive for Historical Clarification. She teaches video and digital media at Hampshire College.

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Lana Lin

Lin’s films and videos have explored the ways we are shaped by cultural contexts and the possibility/impossibility of translating our experience through representation. The inadequacy and rewards of translation, as a process of representing one language or experience in another, provides the foundation for much of her work.

"everything is not the same" utilizes speech recognition software and psychoanalysis as colliding systems that categorize and condition human behavior. The case study of Anna O., whose hysterical symptoms included a unique speech disorder, is dictated to a computer that generates a transcript that is both frustrating and revelatory. The project examines the way subjects modify their behavior in order to be recognized by systems at large, from social interactions to confrontations with technology, where it is sometimes only the struggle to communicate that remains from the exchange.

Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber

CITYalias is an ongoing project by Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber who have been collaborating since 1993 on projects on architecture, cityscapes, new media, and visual politics.

Selected projects and exhibitions:

"CITYalias," De Paviljoens, Almere, Nl 2000.

"But Is It Politics," Banff Center, Canada 1998; Media+Architecture, Graz 1999; 2nd Johannesburg Biennial, 1997.

"Urban Exercises," Clocktower Gallery, NY 1995.

Since 1994 they have maintained a project-related website at Sabine Bitter and Helmut Weber live and work in Vienna.

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Luke Murphy

Rev. Luke Anthony Murphy has produced four books of graphs over the past five years: Relationships, Spiritual Matters, Money, and Problems. These graphs are attempts to give shape to the conditions that produce the internal environment of anxiety. Recently a group of these were presented in a show called Wilderness at Bernadette Salvage Fine Arts in conjunction with 7hours in Brooklyn.

Rev. Luke Anthony Murphy is a painter and shows this work as well as his digitally produced drawings and photos in New York, Toronto, and Berlin. He currently lives in East Harlem, New York, and works for

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