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  • Feet on the Ground, No Logo, The Line
  • Angie Bonino

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(top left) Feet on the Ground, video installation, Festival Interferences, Belfort, France, 2000. (top right) No Logo, part of the real-time Internet performance H8fulworld, or the Unbearable Modernity of Slavery, produced by the CICV Pierre Schaeffer, France, and the Platform Next-Movies 30th Edition of the International Festival of New Cinema and New Media in Montreal, 2001. (bottom left and right) The Line, video, 4 min, 5 Festival Internacional de Video/Arte/Electronica, Lima, 2001. (All works © Angie Bonino)

Since my first individual exhibition (Esquemas, 1995), I have been working in the electronic arts. I believe that the new technologies in art provide us with new ethical questions; in my work the question is always present: What's behind all this? This is how works such as Feet on the Ground, a video installation in which I used 30 1.5-meter-high pneumatic spheres as a "screen" on which to project garbage-images of the Internet and TV, emerged; viewers had to find their way through the work to the "exit door," turning into active participants. The products of scientific and artistic creation that resound in global activities often contain a dual load that goes between profit or benefit and manipulation. In this context, I have made such works as The Line, a video artwork about the Fibonacci sequence and the complexity of the universe; Laser Hand (Laberinto Sonoro, 2001); and the Net performance No Logo, done for H8Fulworld, in which I participated along with other seven artists from various parts of the world, connected in real time and presented at the Festival of Cinema and New Media in Montreal, Canada. Contact: Angie Bonino, José Bartoli 101 Esquina con Juan Numazon, Urb El Pacífico, Lima 31, Perú. E-mail: <a_bonino@hotmail.com>. Web site: <http://www.H8fulworld.net>. [End Page 362]

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ISSN
1530-9282
Print ISSN
0024-094X
Pages
p. 362
Launched on MUSE
2002-08-01
Open Access
No
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