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I am very pleased to announce ‘When We Were Kings‘ a solo show of brand new work and updated series by Evan Roth. Back to back with ‘Talk to me’ (his work at MoMA, opening July19) is very proud to present a delicate selection of newpop, high-end minimal and pure Internet based pieces by Evan Roth. For one night only, ‘back home!’ he will bling out the machine park of ’90 Bowery’ with HTML at its best from his famous memepop tool-box!

Aram Bartholl

‘When We Were Kings’ – solo speed show Evan Roth
Curated and hosted by Aram Bartholl.

8:00 – 10:00 PM, July18, 2011
90 Bowery, New York, NY



Artist will be present!

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Not to miss!! CU there!!





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Posted on July 11, 2011


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It’s 4:30 am and I just finished making the most awkward 404 Not Found page on the internet.

Steve Lambert Awkward 404

This is a speed project: 3.5 hours. This kind of idea only comes to you at 12:30am. And you gotta do it then or you’re never gonna do it. (The missing 30 minutes in the timeline was a bike ride). Made at SPACES in Cleveland, OH!


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Posted on July 9, 2011


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People Staring at Computers” is a photographic intervention.

I wrote a simple application that took one picture every minute. If it found a face, it uploaded the photo to my server. I installed the app around NYC over three days, collecting more than a thousand photos.

Before sharing the photos online, I decided to exhibit them in the same places they were originally captured. So I wrote another app that could be remotely triggered after being installed on all the computers in one location. When the app starts up, it takes a picture and slowly fades in that photo. A moment later, it starts cycling through older photos.

Most people instinctively quit the app less than 10 seconds after recognizing their own face, so the exhibition was relegated to the unused machines.

(Images replaced by Evan on July 15, 2011)

Posted on July 5, 2011


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Jueves 7 de julio de 2011 | 7 pm
Glorieta de Insurgentes Local CC-07 B
Col. Roma
Ciudad de México


El texto es un protocolo de comunicación milenario. Ya sea como parte de expresiones artísticas, protestas, críticas o for the lulz, el texto es capaz de crear un mundo ficticio, una crítica, literatura o hasta una revolución. Speed Show México presenta expresiones que tienen como principal característica el uso del texto, muchos de estos son sitios web que incorporan ya sea elementos visuales, códigos, poesía, animaciones, vídeo o son el resultado de hacking o filtración de información confidencial.

El lenguaje como la tecnología más sofisticada.


Carlos Aguirre – Paisaje Mexicano (mx)
Laura Balboa –You code me (mx)
Andrew Bard – Your world of text (us)
Bustrofedon – (mx)
Jorge Harmodio – Literatura Huiqui (mx)
The Juice Media – Rap News (au)
Austin Kleon – Newspaper blackout (us)
Lulz Security – Releases (internet)
Evan Roth – Mozilla Mark Up (us)
Randy Sarafan – Writes Letters (us)
Svartfax – FractalBots (se)

DJ Set: UFOria

: Violeta Solís Horcasitas y Geraldine Juárez

*Read-me only invitation

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Posted on July 4, 2011


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