and/or gallery, 2006

And/Or Gallery, currently on hiatus, put some images up of the show I did with them in January 2006, a two-person exhibit with Saskia Jorda.
This was an early-ish net-in-the-gallery experiment in the sense that co-gallerist Paul Slocum took screenshots of GIFs off my blog, burned them to DVD as video files, and showed them on old TVs/monitors.
Another piece consisted of GIF frames printed out.
I didn't see the show but I like the remote collaboration aspect (based on trusting what Paul was going to do) and the DVD/CRT method of showing GIFs was something I continued to work with after the show.
Other work wasn't net-based but all of it involved some lo-tech use of the computer: MSPaint drawings, collages of printed-out molecule designs (taped together or glued onto product packaging). Also a music video.