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Text Fields

Text Fields is an art exhibition and integral part of the 5th annual Digital Assembly conference entitled Futures of Digital Studies 2010. The conference brings together artists, theorists, and critics in order to examine the "state of the art" of digitally mediated practices and to envision possible futures for the current overlapping platforms, software, formats, hardware and artistic processes through which we experience digital culture.

Text Fields is open Thursday, February 25th, to Saturday, February 27th, at the gallery on the second floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union and features artworks by Alan Bigelow, Serge Bouchardon, John Cayley, Daniel C. Howe, Katerie Gladdys, Lev Manovich, Mark Marino, Nick Montfort, Bill Seaman, Daniel Tankersley, Noah Wardip-Fruin, and Kenneth Wilson with music by MONDUAL (Sair Sinan Kestelli and Tugrul V. Soylu).

The Digital Assembly would like to invite you to our opening reception Thursday, February 25th at 6pm for refreshments and conversation with live performances by John Cayley and Daniel C. Howe beginning at 7pm.

We would also like to invite you to Brophy’s Irish Pub the night of Friday, February 26th at 8pm for drinks and an installation of the Sociable Pint by Brian Larson Clark.

download the Text Fields Program!

art exhibition featuring

Saving The Alphabet by Alan Bigelow
My Words by Serge Bouchardon
imposition by John Cayley with Giles Perring
The Readers Project by John Cayley and Daniel C. Howe
Stroller Flaneur by Katerie Gladdys
Time Covers by Jeremy Douglass, Sunsern Cheamanunkul, and Lev Manovich
Videogame Traversal by William Huber with Lev Manovich
a show of hands by Mark C. Marino
ppg256-4 by Nick Montfort
Architecture of Association by Bill Seaman and Daniel C. Howe
The Forest by Daniel Tankersley
Human Nature by Daniel Tankersley
All Debts by Daniel Tankersley
Screen by Noah Wardrip-Fruin with with Josh Carroll, Robert Coover, Shawn Greenlee, Andrew McClain, and Ben "Sascha" Shine
Talking Cure by Noah Wardrip-Fruin with Camille Utterback, Clilly Castiglia, and Nathan Wardrip-Fruin
Transferring a Smithson Heap by Kenneth Wilson

with music by MONDUAL

lo-fi order by Sair Sinan Kestelli, Tugrul V. Soylu
intense by Sair Sinan Kestelli, Tugrul V. Soylu

an installation at Brophy’s Irish Pub

The Sociable Pint by Brian Larson Clark

and live networked performances

imposition by John Cayley
The Readers Project by John Cayley and Daniel C. Howe

This event is organized by Digital Assembly

Co-sponsored by:

Digital Media Program, Film Studies Group, UF English Dpt.

Videoconference Sessions' technical support by

Digital Worlds Institute