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This was on last week's Scout Report...worth taking a look.
The Whitney Museum of Art: 2000 Biennial exhibition
This year's seventieth Whitney Biennial is the first to include
Internet art. The nine
sites in the show "range from those that consist almost exclusively
of text to others
that are collages of images and sound." Darcey Steinke's
"Blindspot" is one of the
former, presenting small, evocative chunks of hyper-linked texts in
windows. Ben Benjamin's "Superbad," with its seemingly endless
graphics, animations, and a few words, is the other end of the
able to go to New York City can see the sites projected on a large
screen in the
Internet Art Gallery, with additional computers available in the
Hurst Family Gallery.
The rest of us will have to put up with the tedium of waiting for
images to load with
our dial-in connections. [DS]
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