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I am very pleased to announce 2 SPEED SHOWs for upcoming Wednesday: ‘Awareness of everything’ curated by Lindsay Howard in NYC and ‘Fun is back!’ by Olia and me here in Stutgart. CU there! :) All SPEED SHOW announcements, documentations and archive at

Curated by Lindsay Howard for Internet Week NYSPEED SHOW for Internet Week NY
Wednesday June 8, 2011, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Internet Garage, 218 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn 

The phrase “Awareness of Everything” is drawn from a recent essay published by Erik Stinson called Towards A New Theory of Creativity.  At the heart of this essay, Stinson describes the role of the contemporary creative, and outlines the skills one must develop in order to ‘become creative’ or ‘more creative’.Inspired by this theory, the projects collected in Awareness of Everything embody these seminal skills, chiefly: humor, surprise, effective communication, extensive knowledge of a wide variety of cultures and forms, along with the proposal that “the internet has rendered originality meaningless as a strictly policed absolute.”

Visitors are encouraged to play, surf, copy/paste, tweet, blog, and email during the opening, an involvement which is built into the Speed Show exhibition format as an ode to the user’s active engagement, expression and move toward an awareness of everything.

Works by:DIS Magazine
Body by Body
John Transue
Jeanette Hayes & Bea Fremderman
Jasper Elings
Emilio Gomariz
Preteen Gallery 

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For more information, please contact Lindsay Howard at
Image credit:  John Transue


SPEED SHOW: Fun is back!

picture by Benni Walther & Florian Kröner

June 8, 2011
18:00 -20:00 Uhr
Kiosk&Internetcafe Chatroom
Staatsgalerie U-Haltestelle in der Unterführung
Stuttgart, Germany

Curated by Olia Lialina & Aram Bartholl

WWW by  students and former students of Merz Akademie

Participating artist:

Saskia Aldinger
Stefan Krappitz
Daniel Stäbler, Arne Hübner, Theo Seemann, Chris Heller
Manuel Bürger
Dennis Knopf
Linus Suter
Sebastian Schmieg
Johannes P Osterhoff

Posted on June 6, 2011



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