Stoned 0.1 is a pop-up online exhibition curated by Metaleptic and the Miracle Collective. It will be available from December 31st, making it the last exhibition of 2020. It will take place on Mozilla Hubs, a web-based platform enabling users to create 3D spaces and embed/combine/associate photographs, sound files, videos, and 3D objects. Since Hubs enables multi-user interaction, performances will be organized inside the exhibition.
The exhibition is made of of several rooms (”hubs”) containing combinations of individual artworks. All the rooms in the exhibition are interconnected as indicated on the map.
Thomas Perino : Une Collection de Cailloux
Wassim Halal : Ataba
Random pitch shifter pedal
Architectures are stranding on the shoal. Sharp waves are surging from the sky. Detritus sublimated from ocean trench are imbuing the air.
3D models( Edo Tokyo museum, Spomenik, Ale-Alef, Bed-Bud)
Zsuzsanna Kreif, Counting Dolphins 1 2 3
Time travels and returns if you are patient enough
Dolphin, stardust, H2O
Balazs Turai: The Legend of Hajjajaj
Scenes from a mystical mystery cartoon.
1920x1080 pixel digital 2D animation
Katalin Anna Lovrity: The Endless Run
If you want to run wild and free, but you are not able to move this is your thing.
2017 (Excerpt from Volcano Island)
Taichi Moriyama: 白洞 /stoned scan
Minimalistic gallery for Tracing pictures of the surface of physical stones
Julie Goergen : Fondue de Fonds d’Écrans (non lubrique de droit)
Cheesy hd desktop wallpapers gathered during recent walks in addition an original slideshow (for domestic use only): “Hard Times call for Soft Scrotum Scrutiny” -Fictional Computers displaying real images
Benjamin Efrati: Libraries Burn Slowly
Short film (HD)
Wassim Halal: Bernard Kochari
Synthesizers, self-made digital bagpipe
Digital collage 2020
Aoi Tagami & Nao Nishihara : ストレートのヘンカキュ〜
Venue: Ftarri in Suidobashi/Tokyo
Aoi Tagami: Voice Nao Nishihara: Stringed, wind, electronic, and percussion instruments automatic and manual……
2020 Dec 30
Metaleptic: Portal portals
Joan Ayrton: Sio2
Carin Klonowski: TLCD + Relax Good Breathe
TLCD (or Therapy Liquid Crystal Display): a massage and relaxation session on a screen, an hallucinating dive into its layers : from the dark and glossy surface to the dephts of the liquid crystals.
Video-performance (headphones recommended) 2018-2019
Relax Good Breathe: A loop of one frame of red, one frame of green, one frame of blue, might fix dead pixels on a screen - to rest your eyes, you can breathe in, breathe out, and gaze at screen textures slightly emerging, then fading. Video & slideshow
Yann Van der Cruyssen: Stone
Screenshots from an unreleased game 4x 640x480 4-color pixels
GNoZo : Clé USB Hantée + Show (Gnozo, the)
Mario Amehou: Timbuktu inc + Digitées
Texts (English + French)
Hebraic Fantasy : Avinou
Traditional synthesizer tune
Mario Amehou : Are You Experienced?