From January 10 to February 11, 2006: solo exhibition at galerie Sollertis, Toulouse. Here is the press release. Live performance of the Human Browser at the opening, with Jérôme Piques. The WiFi-SM patch is now for real and it will be exhibited at the gallery. Visitors are very welcome to try it! L’exposition a bénéficié du soutien du CNAP et de medias-cite.org
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First performance of Human Browser ever, with Jérôme Piques.
« Some time of available human brain »
« There are many ways of talking about television. But in a business context, let’s be realistic: basically, TF1’s job is to help Coca-cola, for example, to sell its product (…). However, for an advertisement to be perceived, it is necessary that the brain of the spectator should be available. The role of our programs is to make it available: i.e. to entertain it, to relax it in order to prepare it between two messages. What we sell to Coca-cola is some time of available human brain (…).Nothing is more difficult than obtaining this availability. There lies the permanent change. It is necessary to seek at all times the programs that will fit, to follow the latest fashions, to surf on the trends of the moment, in a context where information accelerates, multiplies and gets more pervasive. »
Patrick Le Lay, CEO of TF1 (French TV channel), July 2004
Sep 12 – Oct 25, 2003: exhibited in the Tirana Biennale 02: “U-Topos”, New Media Section Curated by V. Grancher
Honorary mention for the Google Adwords Happening at the Prix Ars Electronica (Net Vision / Net Excellence).
The Google Adwords Happening awarded at the Netizens Webprize 2003.
May 25 – Aug 24, 2002: the Google Adwords Happening exhibited at freemanifesta.org, Franckfurt/Online, Frankfurter Kunstverein ground floor, curated by Sal Randolph.
Apr 2-30, 2002: my Internet project Epiphanies is exhibited on freebiennial.org, New-York/Online curated by Sal Randolf
Mar 7 2002: exhibited at whitneybiennial.com, New-York/Online initiated by Miltos Manetas and curated worldwilde by Lev Manovich, Olivier Zham, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Michele Thurz, Magda Sawon and many others.