Name: VESUVIUM – Nickname: EXTERMINATOR. Selfportrait by M.T.Laudando.
How can I survive the internet? This Flash animation gives a radical response. Death dot com has become my “greatest hit” since it was posted few months ago on Goregasm.com. First produced in early 2001, here is an improved version (some sounds were added). In the meanwhile the basic idea has been exploited.
The animation has been cited in a paper by M. Lombard and M.E. Selverian of the Temple University, “Telepresence after Death“.
A question concerning the ukrainian crisis.
Few remarks on past, present and future, +3 good links. Drawings by Anna Guerra.
GROWABRAIN is a wonderful weblog, full of interesting topics remarkably linked. You must pay a visit.
LE DERNIER CRI translates “The Latest Fashion”, but also “The Last Gasp”. It’s a collective artwork that has independently produced hundreds of picture books in the last ten years.
RADIOACTIVE CAT – Home of the drunken scientist (improve taste of cheap vodka through Brita water filter).
EARTH-MARS TRAVEL “Mars wants you, Earth wants you to leave”. EarthMarsTravel is the first european travel agency set up to assist the future dwellers of the Red Planet. Take-off in 2052. What stands behind can be found in AboutEarthMarsTravel (check the 2002-2052 chronology).
ICONSURF has robots collecting thousands of icons (favicon.ico) from all over the web. You can just enjoy watching them, surf to their original websites or submit your own. The curator states that “good icons link to good websites”, and I think that he’s quite correct.
I’m working on a song by NOFX, “Falling in Love” from the “So long and thanks for all the shoes” album. This is the intro. I’m not sure, but I think I’ll start all over again. I’m sick and tired of all this tracing.
In 2002 Elly Nagaoka asked me to produce an animation related to an architectural exhibition titled SmallOfficeHomeOffice that took place in Tokyo. Starring Gabriele Guerra as the Homeless Employee, the song is “Miss Brown” by Switchyard.
Below is the original file. Quality of sound and images is way superior.
Below is SOH(L)O as seen on Memo n°31, March 2003.