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CYBERIDEOLOGIES

The "cybernetic ideologys, where human creations are derived from a natural information process, however conceived on the model of human machines," Marleau Ponti, Leuil et L'Esprit, 1973. Cyberspace requires a complete shattering of the basics of locating and uprooting. More than as a place, or rather a non-place, it is stated as a medium, ie, an operating room where we move on. Cyberspace thus surpasses all paradigms of representation of reality. Unlike classic models of representation, is not defined by a mimetic relation to reality but rather through a process of replicating its structure and mode of operation. In fact, these models serve as arborescent systems while cyberspace is a rhizomatic system, much more complex and full of multiplicities, opposing the re-presentation a presentation. This opposition between a tree structure that mimics the world for their skin, and the rhizome, able to build a new reality appears to us essential to the definition of the particular medium of the Internet. Clayton Walter de Oliveira / Silvia B. Gregorio Vidotti The heterogeny in cybernetics, social systems, technology and virtual communities in cyberspace, IV La Cyber Society Congress, 2009 The cyber space has become a new platform where contemporary art still has some room to evolve. The current system resulted in a huge artistic dead end, strangled by the market and the star system. This new space has opened up a new range of possibilities for contemporary art expansion, not only in terms of information / disclosure, but also in creative terms: while art process, creatively adapted to the new platform developing new forms of expression. The intervention of art in this new technological medium, launches new ideological basis to a system dominated by technical communication. This is the purpose of this exhibition: propose to artists a challenge to develop beyond the frontiers of the new media's own technology, taking art to a new dimension. CYBERIDEOLOGIES Web Art Show
UAVM VIRTUAL MUSEUM
14 May 28 August 2011
http://www.uavm.net

Artists:
48073 (Holanda Nehterlands), Aaron Nemec (EUA USA), Alan Bigelow (EUA USA), Annie Abrahams (Holanda Netherlands), Barry Smylie (Canada), Charles Veasey + Craig Tompkins (EUA USA), Gabriela Herman (EUA USA), Jakson Marinho (Brasil Brazil) Jody Zellen (EUA USA), Linda Kronman (Fin/Aus), Mathieu Cherubini (Suiça Switzerland), P J Moskal (Polónia Poland), Tony Wiliam (Brasil Brazil)

Curator & Chief Director: José Vieira
Prodution: UAVM VIRTUAL MUSEUM