Friday, June 8, 2012

2013 ART: VIDEO: And one man in his time plays many parts, by Kristine Schomaker Mixed reality

And one man in his time plays many parts 
by Kristine Schomaker
Mixed reality

Watch on YouTube

Published on May 12, 2012 by krisartlvr

"Kristine Schomaker's ambitious "And one man in his time plays many parts" installation activates text, photography, video and performance to explore notions of online identity, specifically the construction of avatars, the community they inhabit and the blurring of digital media and the physical world. Schomaker's work focuses on the complex social and cultural conventions that determine our identity. This current installation and performance is informed by years of research on avatars, social community and art collectives — such as Gertrude Stein's celebrated salons in Paris."
"The Lost Generation meets Midnight in Paris meets Downton Abbey meets Second Life"

Opening reception and performance May 5th, 2012 6-9pm pst

Kristine Schomaker (Gracie Kendal)

Draxtor Depres
Joe Lam Shining Light Pictures

Post Production:
Draxtor Depres

Second Life build:
Nickola Martynov

Julie Gidion-Smith
Esch Snoats

Opening DJ:
Nestra Careless

Music in video:
Memphis Blues, performed by The Virginians 1922

Hair and Makeup:
Diane Linquata
Kim Morris

Dinner party participants:
Araceli Garcia
Bevan Whitfield
Christine Terry
DC Spensley
Debbie Moses Ferrari
Finny Yates
Glyph Graves
Gwen Carillon
Jacki Morie
Kristine Schomaker
Misprint Thursday
NIcole Fournier
Rebecca Bennett Duke
Todd Action

Gallery 825/Los Angeles Art Association 825 N La Cienega Blvd Los Angeles Ca 90069
27 rue de Fleurus Seraph City, Second Life



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