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First Tumblr Art Symposium

This could be good. It's at 319 Scholes.

Art Market & Fake Revolution -Art Cologne '09 by the Krasnals

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Artists Meeting-Art Machine (AM-AM)

Artists Meeting is testing out a new fundraising site called We have a project called Artists Meeting - Art Machine that we are developing to be shown in Art Fairs. It is an Art Automat. We're asking the thing community to donate small sums to build this piece. The upside is that you get valuable prizes if you contribute on the Kickstarter site.

Plazaville Videos with embedded player

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Here's the complete plazaville Series.

Plazaville installation

Plazaville by G.H. Hovagimyan with Christina McPhee
Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 7th, 2009, 5pm-7pm
Location: Pace Digital Gallery, 163 William Street (btw Beekman St. &
Ann St.)
Lower Manhattan
Exhibition Dates: April 7th – May 1st
Gallery Hours: 12-6pm, Tues. – Fri.


Plazaville is a new media video art work. It is based on the classic 1965 movie Alphaville by Jean Luc Godard. It is set in 21st century New York City. The scenes from the original Alphaville are being re-enacted, interpreted and improvised upon by the artists, actors and videographers. The piece uses the internet as one means of distributing the short video clips. This is somewhat like a serialized program but is not in any order. Viewers can download new scenes as they become available on iTunes and youTube. The videos can be viewed on iPhones, computers and large screen HD televisions.


Plazaville is a series of short videos based on Jean Luc Godard’s 1965 film Alphaville. It is set in New York in the 21st Century as a series of performances in the corporate plazas of the financial district. It is offered as podcast videos that may be viewed on iPods, iPhones and HD screens via appleTV. Click here to launch iTunes --
It’s also available on G.H. Hovagimyan’s youTube page --

Artists Run Amok in Corporate Plazas

Sept. 11-14th, Artists Meeting ( members did a series of performance / interventions in the (POPS) plazas of Lower Manhattan. They were very successful. The initial idea was to work in the plazas as a way to take back the public spaces and engage the public. This has extra meaning after 9/11 and especially downtown which has been a sort of barricaded fortress.

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