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[murmur] explores the democratic potential of everyday communications media - the cell phone in particular - and ask what happens when such technologies and their uses are made public. In this new work for Yonge-Dundas Square, [murmur] invites responses and stories about the square and the surrounding neighbourhood.
For more information please visit www.murmurtoronto.ca
Location: Pedestrian level video billboard
Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto
Every at the 29th and 59th minute of every hour, you can watch Artist created One Minute Videos (presented by Year Zero One).
For the month of July:
Every hour at minute 29: Collin Zipp 'Niverville, MB 08.04'
Every hour at minute 59: John Greyson '14.3 SECONDS'
+media art in public urban space+
March 1st – 31th, 2006:
29th minute: Myfanwy Ashmore - 'Mario Trilogy'
59th minute: Kate Armstrong + Michael Tippet - 'Grafik Dynamo'
Yonge-Dundas Square , Toronto
Year Zero One is pleased to present TRANSMEDIA :29:59, a year long exhibition on the pedestrian level video billboard at Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto . Launched August 1st 2005, TRANSMEDIA :29:59 features one minute video works 24/7 every half hour on the 29th and 59th minutes.
Featured for the month of March is Myfanwy Ashmore's 'Mario Trilogy' and Kate Armstrong + Michael Tippet's 'Grafik Dynamo'
Myfanwy Ashmore's Mario Trilogy is three hacked versions of the original Super Mario Brothers video games dumped to single channel video output for Transmedia :29:59. 'Mario Trilogy' is part of the 'CONTROLLER: Artists Crack the Game Code' exhibition at InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre from February 24 - March 25, 2006.
Kate Armstrong + Michael Tippet's Grafik Dynamo is a net.art work that loads live images from blogs and news sources on the web into a live action comic strip. The work is currently using a feed from LiveJournal. The images are accompanied by narrative fragments that are dynamically loaded into speech and thought bubbles and randomly displayed. The work takes an experimental approach to open ended narrative, positing a new hybrid between the flow of data animating the work and the formal perameter that comprises its structure.
TRANSMEDIA :29:59 is curated by Michael Alstad + Michelle Kasprzak
Year Zero One gratefully acknowledges the Ontario Arts Council, Yonge-Dundas Square and Clearchannel for their support of Transmedia :29: 59
YEAR ZERO ONE is an artist run site which operates as a network for the dissemination of digital culture and new media through web based exhibitions, site-specific public art projects, an extensive media arts directory and blog.