Artist David Colagiovanni has set up a great installation at Lump which is worth your time on Saturday after (or before) heading to CAM.
Tomorrow Saturday, April 30th is the last day to see ThankYouForVisitingTheInter.net a solo exhibition by David Colagiovanni exploring the political and material qualities of the web at Lump.
ThankYouForVisitingTheInter.net exists both online and physically in the gallery with objects that reference and complete meaning from both their online and physical presence. Through a series of self referring feedback loops, the objects in the show are transposed from one space to another and call attention to the in-between or non-space and the political and material gated communities that exist within our spaces of contemporary life.
www.ThankYouforVisitingTheInter.net will be live 'online' accessible by visiting with your web browser and available for viewing in the gallery from April 1st - April 30th, 2011.
David Colagiovanni lives and makes work in Carrboro, NC and Athens, OH. Colagiovanni is an artist in residence at the Morehead Planetarium in Chapel Hill. His artistic practice includes large-scale and site-specific video projection, net art, sculpture, and the creation of music through the remixing of captured video. His recent work has included full 360-degree video projection onto planetarium domes in the US, UK, Germany and Portugal, websites included in the 10-year survey of Net Art by the Java Museum as well as screenings in Romania and New Mexico of his video-music. He is an active member Team Lump.
For more info please visit: www.colagiovanni.net