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The Project Room 2006




Jihui Digital Salon

Founded in 2000, the salon features discussions and presentations by new media artists as a gateway to digital art, furthering the dynamic dialogue between the academic and the art world. The digital salon is aimed at promoting understanding of new media arts, supporting emerging artists, and exploring the rapid paradigm shifts brought about by digital technologies. All discussions are recorded and subsequently archived at the project website. agent.netart is a collaboration on public programs organized by the Netart Initiative and Intelligent Agent. art is made possible by generous support from the Digital Design Department and Parsons Design Lab of Parsons School of Design and from the Rockefeller Foundation. Presented by Christiane Paul and Zhang Ga. 

Program #6 - 12/2/06 Shu Lea Cheang



Saturday, November 4 @ 2 pm

Christine Diwyk, pianist, performs Frederic Rzewski’s electrifying masterpiece,

“The People United Shall Never Be Defeated”

Absolute Wilson

An Interview with Robert Wilson & Katharina Otto-Bernstein

October 24

Philip Glass @ Guggenheim Film Premiere

October 25




Zero One San Jose organized the opening night tribute to Nam June Paik and technology for Jenny Marketou’s “99 Red Ballons” ( and Thompson and Craighead’s “Unprepared Piano” (

August 7-13




Codes of Culture: Video Art from 7 Continents

arteBA 15th contemporary art fair, Buenos Aires

May 19th - May 24th



Matthew Greenbaum, recipient of composers award, American Academy of Arts and Letters, presents a concert of his music.

May 23rd, 8PM



The Democracy Project 

Sounds from Kandinsky

Saturday, May 20th, 7PM and Saturday, May 27th, 7PM

The Democrazy Project- a performance series that inquires into the role of the arts in a democratic society with special guest historian James Allen Smith.

Saturday, March 18th and March 25, 2006:

Four radical takes on SOUNDS from Kandinsky.

Sound worlds by Milica Paranosic, Paola Prestini, Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum and Nico Muhly. String quartet, percussion, clarinet, saxophone, soprano, electronics, video installation, movement, spoken word poetry and animation. 

“Great big houses suddenly collapsed. Little houses stood calm. A thick hard egg-shaped orange cloud suddenly hung above the town.” Kandinsky


March - April


Reflex - new music ensemble performs in Amsterdam


A Movable Feast - Pre-launch exhibition and lecture series for public art program (Streaming Museum) March 10, 2006 “People’s Portrait” on view through April 10 in Times Square and international cities.  

Public art and digital artworks:

“People’s Portrait” global networked public artwork (2004, 2006) Zhang Ga, “Good Morning Mr. Orwell” (1984) Nam June Paik, “Times Square Time Share” (2006) Kurt Ralske, dance on film by Troika Ranch


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