Through very different sort of media, such as, Interactive installations, networked
and urban devices, photographs and sculptures, Gregory Chantonsky’s works
questions to the relationship between the technology and human being.
“Transmission 2012” uses his computing system in order to create a new form of
video work: an automatic generative image. A imaginative “forest” will be
generated from an exchange of information between a server and a human being.
This work, which has already done in France in 2010, will be recreated in the Micromecenat's framework.
We made up "Transmission3" of your IPaddress!!
This art work will be created with "IP adress" of personal computers.
When the number of participants gets, at least, 20 people, the “Carnivore system” will get start to generate the visual result in un expected way.
The resulted work will be shown in this page about 1 months later from the starting day.
Micromecenat welcomes your participation!
1. Send an e-mail to email@example.com , titled just "Transmission".
We will resend to you URL with ID and password.
2. Detect your IP adress
3. Resend your IP adress to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your IP adress will be used exclusively for the creation of art work. Only those who are agreed with the concept of this work can participate in this project.
Gregory Chatonsky is an artist born in Paris, and currently lives in Montreal.
Founder of incident.net , he has produced numerous works, so far.
Chatonsky’s body of work, including interactive installations, networked and urban devices, photographs and sculptures, speaks to the relationship between technologies and affectivity, creates "new forms of fiction" in our time. His art works are found in the public collection such as Maison Europeen de la Photographie.
Emotinal State, 2011
An EEG headset detects in real-time the emotional state of the user. The level of waiting, joy, excitement. Each change will automatically seek emotional feelings on the Internet that is read by a synthetic voice. The voice created a feed-back between the detection of the state and its description.
- Digital Art curated by Samson Sylvain, Institut franco-japonais de Tokyo
- Transceiver: An Exhibition of Works That Are Transmitted, Not Transported curated by Drift Station and Joel Damon, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, US: Transmission - Photon+ curated by Jane Tseng and Shuling Cheng, Taipei, TW [G] : I Just
- don't Know What to Do with Myself, Hisland
- The Radius curated by Drift Station, Chicago, US: My Hard Drive Is Experiencing Some Strange Noises
- Il Pardosso Della Rupetizone curated by Elena Abbiatici and Valentina G. Levy, Roma, IT: Traduction, Dance wit US, Composition I, II & III
- Chic Art Fair, Paris, FR : Hisland
- La Fiac curated by Julien Levesque, Florent di Bartolo and Margheruta Balzerani, Paris, FR : Ma voix et les phÈnomËnes, Capture ‡ la GaitÈ Lyrique
- Augmented Senses curated by Art Yan and Charles Carcopino, Shen Zen, CN
- Gamerz, Aix-en-Provence, FR
- Hisland, Digitalement vÙtre, Maison des MÈtallos, Paris, FR
- I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself, La FIAC curated by Julien Levesque, Florent di Bartolo and Margheruta Balzerani, Paris, FR
- Circulation, Videophagy, Toronto, CA,
- Circulation, World State Scopitone, Nantes, FR
- The Waterpod, Galerie Occurence, MontrÈal, CA,
- Memory Landscape, Dancing machines curated by Charles Carcopino, Gare St-Sauveur, Lille, FR…
ーWhy are you creating work by using a multimedia?
What was the very start point?
If it were 20th, I would likely choose video installation for my media.
ーWhat interest you most in your creating process?
− What is your “direction”, what are you doing in your art, now and in the future?