Location: Computer History Museum, Mountain View, 5:30pm
Our unofficial After-After-Show party w/ extra turntable action is happening in San Francisco later tonight, shoot us an email if you’re around!!!
“Skate the web” by Tobias Leingruber, 31.10.09 – 18.11.09, Berlin Betahaus, Prinzessinnenstr. 19.
as part of Upgrade Berlin Halloween Edition, 20:00h
Schmuse and Booze with FAT mixtapes and DJ Ballon Boy
Artzilla.org is a collection of browser modifications which challenge online society and use online services to create art work. Internet artists, street artists and skateboarders use public architecture in ways, the creators didn’t expect it to be used. Let’s SKATE THE WEB!
Internet artists, street artists and skateboarders use public architecture in ways, the creators didn’t expect it to be used. In this sense Artzilla browser add-ons, skateboards and spray cans are the same.
The Skatekeyboard will be shown, among the work of some amazing artists and friends, at the BLK River Festival in Vienna next week. I’ll be there, too – Also liebe Wiener – Kommts vorbei!
The Skatekeyboard is also part of my upcoming solo show…. to be announced very soon!
Welcome back to the 3rd episode of our series “How to fetch (x) from city A to city B for no costs”
Last episodes covered the transport of art works via Train and Airplane. This time we’ll show you how-to get an artist to an exhibition opening for free.
Step 1: Buy a train ticket and step into the desired train at city A
Step 2: Unpack some belongings, put on headphones and fall asleep immediatly
Step 3: When the ticket guy stops by, keep sleeping like you’ve been in this train for hours already. He will remember you from now on and never ask again.
Step 4: Arrive at city B and enjoy cartier champagne at the exhibition opening. Go to the next train station and return your unused ticket.
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