November 15, 2000
Organized by Michele Thursz.
"screaMachine": Irish artist Gearoid Dolan a.k.a. screaMachine will be
presenting new works in a digitally generated environment at Moving Image
Gallery, New York City.
Footage of the performances will be available for viewing on CD-ROM, throughout
the show. 6 pieces presented: one physical installation with projected
time-based media and performances.
- City View
- Urban Junglism
- Score for a Techno-Cathedral
In this exhibition the six pieces form a time based installation sequence
starting with the more traditional stained glass-like City View which
provides insight into the lives of people of the current era and glows
with enhanced natural light, bridging the gap between the natural and
Next, Drag rejects the tradition of religion, opting for a human centered
philosophy, allowing for the introspective Without You to deal with the
lack of a promised afterlife.
v The new god, technology, as depicted in Entertainment , evolves into
the BIG-BROTHER monster rejected in Urban Junglism .
Score for a Techno-Cathedral unites all by the juxtaposition of their
contributing audio elements, highlighting the recurring nature of these
patterns as they occur, with or without structure, throughout history.
In simulating a cathedral, this exhibition explores the futility of the
search for a philosophical resolution to the question of the existence
of an intelligent pre-determination that is inherently constrained by
and confused with the technology of the times.
, 15 minutes
You , 5 minutes
, 5 minutes
Junglism , 5 minutes
Show Events/Schedule: November 30 - December 21, 2000
Opening Reception: Thursday November 30, 2000. 6-9 pm
Performances on Sunday, December 3rd from 3pm to 4pm
Michele Thursz, Director
New York NY 10013