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ecksenis.net

utopia-internet-dystopia.com, the Wrong

ECKS-EN-IS featured on: utopia-internet-dystopia.com (curated by Valentina Fois) The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale November 1st 2015 to January 31st 2016 ecksenis.net is a website that hosts various online works constructed by and with the use of various algorithmic patterns and shuffle functions. Many of the hosted works re-use material of each other and […]

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infrastructure/residence, Jupiter Woods

On Friday 2nd of October JupiterWoods will launch four converging projects. The first three come together under the header ‘infrastructure’ and operate as part reactivation, part finalisation, part implementation, of permanent installations that engage in the fabric and architecture of JupiterWoods. The fourth project is a presentation of new works by our latest artist-in-residence, Ricki […]

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hosted on: ecksenis.net def shuffle(array, random) is a html-page travelling through an online database. This database is primarily structured around a randomized novel called ‘the Fellowship of the Thing’. Written in individual html-pages, the novel is alternated and overlaid with sounds, images, videos and other html-pages. The html page visits the traces of its own […]

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ECKS-EN-IS

ecksenis.net is a website that hosts various online works constructed by and with the use of various algorithmic patterns and shuffle functions. Many of the hosted works re-use material of each other and take sources from all over the web in order to constantly reconfigure a new pathway through various databases.

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the Mycological Twist

The Mycological Twist is a permanent installation located in Jupiter Woods’ garden since summer 2014. The garden functions as the central node for researches that stem from artistic, theoretical and scientific interests related to the concept of garden, as a managed ecology. Taking the networked mycological garden as an exhibition model and metaphor for future […]

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