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Salvaged off a laptop, World of Awe 1.0 contains the journal of a traveler in search of a lost treasure. Navigate through personal love letters, log entries and detailed descriptions of the unusual navigation tools. The interface appears like a damaged desktop but it;s not. It's just odd. Patience helps.
Through a portal on 419 East 6th street in Manhattan, a traveler crosses into the parallel world called Sunset/Sunrise, to search for a lost treasure.
The Secret Garden of Yenz is a unusual point and click type adventure game with really nice graphics and design. "The Secret Garden of Mutabor is in great danger. You just came in time to save us! Time is running out, save the secret garden." Good luck and have fun!
In the Secret & The Wolf we enter a world of a dandily dressed wolf and his secret diary.
Myron Campbell is an artist and designer who is interested in ideas of consciousness and the subconscious, dream states and fairy tales. He uses painting, drawing, digital art, sound art, collage and 2D animation to explore and create his visions.
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The Plaintext Players were an online performance (or "cyberpformance") group specializing in directed textual improvisations. Along with a few other groups, they jumped in early with the idea that writing could be a fascinating form of performance, and that writers need not be restricted always to the fixed, edited final text as a mode of production.
The Players have been creating live online and mixed-reality performances since 1994, working with a core group of members and a rotating roster of guest artists.
#0 Works and experiments with moving ASCII , ASCII audio, ASCII camera and such, are all directed towards conversions of contents between one media platform and an other, every time carefully directed at their full uselessness from the viewpoint of everyday high tech and all it's consequences.
The Lair of the Marrow Monkey, one of the first websites to be added to the permanent collection of a major art museum, is an experiment in using a dynamic, abstract interface to communicate memory, emotion and narrative.
JODI's ongoing performance project, The Folksomy Project, takes YouTube as source material, with the artists utilizing custom software to select and manipulate user-generated videos from the popular website. Armed with a virtual "juke-box" of video clips, JODI focuses on YouTube users love-hate relationship with new technologies, from iPod love ballads to laptop smashing. As with much of JODI's work, The Folksomy Project is a study in how online systems (dis)function.