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Posted Monday, 08 July 2013

I did a visual interview with NNM.Studio Lima, check it out here:


NNM.Visual.Interviews (Experimental Approach)

NNM.Studio will call the artist to his/her cell phone every 30-45 minutes (random time laps) as a call to action during one hole day. The interviewed artist will take a picture of his/her environment or the situation in which he/she is or can take a”snapshot” of their computer screen each time he/she is called by NNM.Studio. (The answer, photo or snapshot, must be taken immediately after NNM’s call, regardless of the situation in which the interviewed artist is at that time). This response to the call must be emailed to NNM.Studio right after it has been taken. The artist may include an explanation text and may or may not appear in the images taken. This NNM.Project aims to interact with the interviewee’s daily life, keeping his daily comfort and pace of life without having to enter in a “interview” context. The idea is to capture the different moments / situations that are part of the respondent’s life and try to draw a “map of his/her day.”

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Posted Wednesday, 26 June 2013



"Operation Troll the NSA ain't got nothin' on this cypherpunk application. Carlos Sáez and Anthony Antonellis invite you to fracture your online presence and fry the eyes of Big Brother by oversharing a random sampling of trigger words via email or via social media. You might get gagged and Gitmo'd away from your apartment, but at least you'll have a new follower thanks to" – Text via DiS Magazine


Posted Monday, 17 June 2013

This is a memorial to the location of a stuck pink pixel that occured in the lower left corner of my last laptop. The pink pixel was with me throughout my MFA studies and is memorialized on the front page.

Posted Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Carlos Sáez

Posted Tuesday, 28 May 2013

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Posted Thursday, 30 May 2013

Blue Brightness is now a screensaver, presented this month at ScreenSaverGallery




Anthony Antonellis is American visual artist who lives and works on the Internet.

Although he is most famous for his works on-line, traditional art objects and exhibition practices are clearly of his interest. Antonellis with gusto explores the interplay between net art and IRL (‘in real life’), the boundaries of the virtual digitallness and analogue reality, and the modes of perception resulting out of contemporary internet culture, with its specific vernaculars and reception habits of computer users.

He studied Painting at Savannah College of Art and Design, and Public Art and New Artistic Strategies at Bauhaus-University Weimar. His art is exhibited virtually every day in on-line or IRL shows all over the world.


Launch: May 25th, 2013

Curated by: Mary Meixner

Posted Saturday, 25 May 2013