BitStreams -- Sound works from the exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art ; March 22 - June 10, 2001 JdK 06 (2001)
"BitStreams," the 2001 exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Curated by Lawrence Rinder, Curator of Contemporary Art and Debra Singer, Associate. Curator of Contemporary Art, with artistic advisor Stephen Vitiello and Christian Paul, Adjunct New Media Arts Curator.



Participants: Gregor Asch (DJ Olive the Audio Janitor), Brian Conley, DISC, David Gamper, Ann Hamilton and Andrew Deutsch, John Herndon (A Grape Dope), John Hudak, Brandon LaBelle, V. Michael (The Spacewürm), Paul D. Miller (DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid), Ikue Mori, Jim O'Rourke, Andrea Parkins, Marina Rosenfeld, Elliott Sharp, Fred Szymanski (Laminar), töshöklabs, Stephen Vitiello, Gregory Whitehead and Pamela Z.

http://www.whitney.org/bitstreams/


Also exhibited at:

evo1, Produced and curated by Nina Colosi of New York City, the exhibition presents Internet art, digital art, video, computer animation, documentary photo collage, multi-media, light art, and environmental art from Russia, the United States, and Europe within a soundscape of electronic music. Opens October 4 at Gallery L, Moscow.

evo1 is a chamber ensemble of recent works by established and emerging pioneer artists that mark the social, commercial and artistic mood of our time, and address issues of humanity in the age of technology.

http://www.evo1.org/exhibition.html