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The Second Five Year Plan of the Computing Culture Group with presentations of historical Productions for Use and a public Reaffirmation of Purpose.

The artist speaks on his current installations at Location One, “Skin” and “Control”, raising questions about power, control, what lies beneath the surface of our lives today. Csikszenmihalyi is an artist working at MIT. He directs the Media Lab’s Computing Culture group.

Rising out of the gallery floor and disappearing into the walls, two large-scale installations by MIT-based artist Chris Csikszentmihályi (cheek-sent-mee-high) occupied Location One’s space for the Fall Season 2004. The installations explore two central technologies of our late industrial society, the airplane and the control panel, rehearsing our dependence on complex technologies and the vulnerability they engender.

Rising out of the gallery floor and disappearing into the walls, two large-scale installations by MIT-based artist Chris Csikszentmihályi (cheek-sent-mee-high) occupied Location One’s space for the Fall Season 2004. The installations explore two central technologies of our late industrial society, the airplane and the control panel, rehearsing our dependence on complex technologies and the vulnerability they engender.

This provocative and multi-talented artist, who will open the 2004-2005 season at Location One in September with an exhibition entitled Skin and Control, will give a talk on Wednesday, April 21st as part of our new Open House series of lectures/presentations by artists and curators.

This provocative and multi-talented artist, who will open the 2004-2005 season at Location One in September with an exhibition entitled Skin and Control, will give a talk on Wednesday, April 21st as part of our new Open House series of lectures/presentations by artists and curators.

Both the Doom_machine and Mechanism no.1 address our concerns and fears in the world as we embrace technology and its powers, both good and bad. Ultimately we are responsible for the power of technology and how it is used. This exhibition looks at the fear factor in the world particularly during these times of uncertainty and paranoia. It examines our innate pessimism regarding the world and our expectations for the future.

Saoirse Higgins (Ireland) (pronounced See-er-sssha. It means ‘freedom’in Gaelic) Mechanism no. 1: War :: Saiorse Higgins, with Simon Schiessl (July 9-August 2, 2003) Doom Machine doom monitor :: Saiorse Higgins (Feb 2003-November 2005) http://artists.banff.org/saoirse/ [ you’ll never be the same after this, you were never the same after that] :: online-offline performance looking at the pull and push of time through Beckett
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