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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Day 326- James B. Pollack

29-Nov-10

A series of seven interactve 3D works by James B. Pollack (USA) is discussing philosophical questions how to deal with the art of the art and the word. Let’s “Celebrate”!! Enter the Journal page here

Day 325 – Mark Beasley

29-Nov-10

Mark Beasley is going down to questions of lables, labelling and categorizing. “Celebrate” invites you to lable yourself. Enter the Journal page here

Day 324 – Ximena Alarcón

29-Nov-10

Sound is a very special tool for identification. According to Ximenia Alarcón’s work it is one of the key perceptions for recollecting and giving things a meaning. Enter the Journal page here

Day 323 – Ana Carvalho

29-Nov-10

Memories packed into an interactive diary. Ana Cravalho (Portugal) shars with “Celebrate!” her most intimate thoughts. Enter the Journal page here

Day 318 – Przemyslaw J. Moskal

22-Nov-10

Drama!Drama! Analog drama. 3D.3D. Analog drama in 3D by PJ.Moskal. Let’s “Celebrate!” digital art! Enter the Journal page here

Day 317 – e.w.walters

21-Nov-10

You are invited by e.w. walters (Poland) to help stop witch trials whereever they are. Let’s “Celebrate!” this unique initiative! Enter the Journal page here

Day 316 – David Morneau

21-Nov-10

Watch a composer doing his daily compositions. It’s arealy a kind of dokumentation–>David Morneau (USA) for “Celebrate!” Enter the Journal page here

Day 315 – Hyeseung Yoo

21-Nov-10

The motto of today Animate! and “Celebrate!” Let#s get strated with the lates work by Hyeseung Yoo (South Korea) Enter the Journal page here

Day 314 – Dida Papalexandrou

15-Nov-10

Virtual travelling is a great thing! Dida Papalexandrou has her own travel agency. Just join via “Celebrate!”. Enter the Journal page here

Day 313 – Michiel Koelink

15-Nov-10

Being connected with he brains around the the globe in the network of thoughts offered by Michiel Koelink. Enter the Journal page here

Day 312 – Westbrook/Trowbridge

15-Nov-10

Wow! How fascinating a human birth can be! And you are invited to take part! Just dive in “Celebrate!” and get interactively involved guided by Jessica Westbrook and Adam Trowbridge! Enter the Journal page here

Day 311 – Doron Golan

15-Nov-10

Looking for Julia? Try “Celebrate!” ! Your guide is Doron Golan! Enter the Journal page here

Day 310 – Ayman Alazraq

15-Nov-10

Be a city hopper and jump by plane together with “Celebrate!” to Gaza hosted by Ayman Alazraq.. Enter the Journal page here

Day 303 – Nicole Stenger

08-Nov-10

The 3D cosmos of Nicole Stenger is really worth to be visited. “Celebrate!” lets you jump into worlds of imagination. Enter the Journal page here

Day 302 – Roberto Echen

08-Nov-10

Nobody would have thought, but the German painter Josef Albers is inspiring generations of netartists . Explore the interactive colour fields of the Argentine “Roberto Echen”, who lets you paint like “Josef Albers”. Enter the Journal page here

Day 301 – Sean Hovendick

08-Nov-10

Enjoy 3 interactive works by Sean Hovendick (USA) celebrated by “Celebrate!” Enter the Journal page here

Day 300 – Videored

01-Nov-10

Collaborating via the net is not new, but it can bring a lot of pleasure to the participants. The Videored Collective from Colombia invites you to join and have fun. Enter the Journal page here

Day 299 – Mike Ruiz

01-Nov-10

Internet jumping is a new sport. Who will be the winner jumping from one Google phrase to another. “Celebrate” has no answer, but if you join jumping you probably find out yourself. Mike Ruiz (USA/Germany) is your personal coach. Enter the Journal page here

Day 298 – Constant Dullaart

01-Nov-10

Jumping from one emty page to another, just to find out that “empty” is not “empty”. “Celebrate” is jumping with you to read the contents provided by Constant Dullaart (NL) Enter the Journal page here

Day 297 – Greg Giannis

01-Nov-10

Climbing up a skyscraper Facade is easy in virtual space. Create your own facade on the netart piece by Greg Giannis (Australia) and find out what will be happening! Enter the Journal page here