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source coding I LAUNCH EVENT | 25.06.10 |

Saturday, July 3rd, 2010 | Posted by admin

at Quare, London.

With live electronics by Tonylight and sound performance by J Milo Taylor.

SOURCE CODING was also a show presenting new contributions by the artists featured on the website who had been invited to submit new material referring to the act of source coding the work displayed on or-bits.com

Artists: Francesca Anfossi / Joana Bastos / Erik Bünger / Patrick Coyle / Alexandra Ferreira & Bettina Wind / Jamie George / Emma Hart / Irini Karayannopoulou / Radiomentale / Adam Rompel / David Rule / Annalisa Sonzogni / Maria Theodoraki / Davide Tidoni / Andrew Venell / David Wojtowycz – and sound installation and live electronics by J Milo Taylor and Tonylight.



J Milo Taylor, Observer-Observing (Ears, Eyes, Ears & Mouth), 2010

















FROM OTHER SPACES, live electronics (excerpt), 2010 by Tonylight





All photos courtesy of Tanja Schimpl – © Tanja Schimpl

or-bits.com presents SOURCE CODING | at Quare

Sunday, June 20th, 2010 | Posted by admin

25 JUNE 2010, 6 -9 pm and 26- 27 June 2010, 12-6 pm

or-bits.com presents SOURCE CODING at Quare, a launch event with live electronics by Tonylight and sound performance by J Milo Taylor.

With new contributions by artists: Francesca Anfossi / Joana Bastos / Erik Bünger / Patrick Coyle / Alexandra Ferreira & Bettina Wind / Jamie George / Emma Hart / Irini Karayannopoulou / Radiomentale / Adam Rompel / David Rule / Annalisa Sonzogni / Maria Theodoraki / Davide Tidoni / Andrew Venell / David Wojtowycz

At Quare, E1 6BX London, UK
With the support of dokument

[event documentation]

or-bits.com lands David Rule in DISTANCE | at STK International Airport

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010 | Posted by admin

19-20 JUNE 2010

or-bits.com lands David Rule in DISTANCE

At Stoke Newington International Airport, London, UK

The landing of David Rule’s work Street View into the festival marks the beginning of or-bits.com's exploration into presenting works in translations, moving between and across the online and offline.
The piece approaches the logistical rigour and helpless stasis of Google’ss Street View photography with a series of texts, recollections accounting for Google's voids, written with the imagined wisdom of both fore and hindsight. The reader's efforts to activate each text is accompanied by the unlikely task of entering the full web address by hand, so including the real possibility of getting lost and the real reward of a journeyed destination.

Image courtesy of James Bridle at booktwo.org

Download full programme of the festival here

And a review of Rule’s work by James Bridle at booktwo.org here