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“Mitt Romney as a D&D Character

> Press             Press.
“Fleeting Youth, Captured in YouTube Videos and Modeling Photos” Hyperallergic “If God.js Existed, What Would It Do?” Fast Company “Armory Week: A Change is Gonna Come” Art Berlin “Art Hack Day Explores the God Mode” MAKE “#GODMODE: 48 Hour Art Hack Day at 319 Scholes” ANIMAL New York “We are being watched” New Hive “We Dare You To Play This Google Chrome Game Of Russian Roulette” The Creators Project “Someone Finally Made A Cat God For Us To Worship” The Creators Project “God Mode Status: Unlocked.” Bushwick Daily “’God.js’ lets you program and enforce your own browser-based religion” The Verge “How To Be Anonymous In The Age Of DNA Surveillance” The Creators Project “Hacking God” Hyperallergic “Enter the matrix: Hackers get together for marathon session in Bushwick” The Brooklyn Paper “Art Hack Day Returns to Brooklyn” MAKE “Art Rx” – Hyperallergic “This Week’s Must-See Art Events” L Magazine “Art Hack Day Returns to Brooklyn’s 319 Scholes Next Weekend, February 28 – March 2” Core 77 “Collecting the WWWorld” Citizen Brooklyn “Must-See Net Arts From “Collect the WWWorld” L Magazine “Hunting + Gathering in the Digital Wilderness” Furtherfield “Art Uncovered – Collect the WWWorld” BreakThru Radio “Your Weekend Guide to Bushwick Art Shows” Art Fag City on L Magazine “‘Collect the WWWorld’ attempts to archive the internet through art” The Verge “Collect the WWWorld at 319 Scholes tonight!” Bushwick Daily “EcoArtTech: The wildness in the city.” by Teresa de Andrés, visualMAG.
June 13, 2012.
May 8th, 2012.

“E-Vapor-8 Pairs Art with Juicy 90s Club Hits.” by Francesca Gavin

The Creator’s Project.
May 9, 2012.
“Frieze Week.” by Miranda Siegel, New York Magazine.  May 1, 2012.
“Art and music collide in Brooklyn.” by Phaidon.
April 27, 2012.
“The ARTINFO Guide to Frieze Week in NYC, from Satellite Fair Highlights to Can’t-Miss Gallery Shows.” by Kyle Chayka, ARTINFO.
April 27, 2012 “Rave On.” by Francesca Gavin, Dazed & Confused.
May 1.

2012 “Critic’s Pick: Big Reality” by Ceci Moss

March 26, 2012.

“Everything You Need To Know This Week on New York’s Art Scene” by Guest of a Guest

March 25, 2012.
“Reality is Big in Brooklyn” by ARTINFO.
March 15, 2012.
“Mitt Romney as a D&D Character.

NYC Show Celebrates Art and Gaming” by Ethan Gilsdorf

January 4, 2012.

“Art Hack Day: A Codification of Coolness!” by Naina Singh

Technology In The Arts.
February 2, 2012.
“Russian Roulette, the Video Game.” by Matthew Hawkins, MSNBC IN-GAME.
February 1, 2012.
“Scratch Markup Language (.sml)” by Justin A.
Langois, Broken City Lab.
January 30, 2012.
“From an iPhone-Powered Jump Rope to Kinect Russian Roulette: Art Hack Day Melds Tech and Creativity.” by Jed Lipinski, Fast Company.
February 1, 2012.

“Art Hack Day.” by Tarikh Korula

February 1, 2012.

“Art Hack Day.” by Natalie Casagran Lopez

January 25, 2012.
“Art Hack Day.” on ARTINFO.
January 25, 2012.

“Art Hack Day in Brooklyn.” by Nick Normal

January 25, 2012.

“Art Hack Day is Tomorrow at 319 Scholes.” by Hrag Vartanian

January 27, 2012.
“Mitt Romney as a D&D Character.

NYC Show Celebrates Art and Gaming.” by Ethan Gilsdorf, Wired

January 4, 2012.
“Three Trends That Defined New Media Art in 2011.” by Kyle Chayka, ARTINFO.
December 28, 2011.
“The 10 Best Exhibitions of 2011.” by Paddy Johnson, The L Magazine.
December 21, 2011.

“A New Landscape For Digital Art.” by Julia Kaganskiy, The Creators Project. November 18

“Hyper Geography (2011) – Joe Hamilton.” Rhizome.
November 14, 2011.
“November Gallery Preview: French Existentialist Doom and The Birth of an Online Gallery.” by Whitney Kimball and Christopher Schreck, Art Fag City.
November 4, 2011.
“# EXHIBITIONS /// Ecologias Correlatives at 319 Scholes Gallery (NYC)” The Funambulist.
October 28, 2011.
“Plugging Art into the Environment.” by Leila Nadir, Hyperallergic. October 25, 2011.
“Global Positioning: An Interview with Ricardo Dominguez.” by Lawrence Bird, Furtherfield.
October 15, 2011.
“Critical Correspondence: Jesse Darling and Jody Wood in conversation.” by Jesse Darling and Jody Wood, Movement Research.
August 23, 2011.
“GIFs Gone Wild: Brooklyn’s New Media Art Haven 319 Scholes Stirs Up the Real and the Digital.” by Kyle Chayka, ARTINFO. July 19, 2011.
“Review: WALLPAPERS by Sara Ludy and Nicolas Sassoon.” by Jason Huff, Rhizome.
July 18, 2011.
“Wallpapers.” by Emilio Gomariz, Triangulation Blog.
July 13, 2011.
“Bent Fest 2011: Gallery.” by Patty Delgado, patttyd.com. June 24, 2011.
“Bushwick Open Studios: Pets, Paintings and Performance.”  by Kyle Chayka, Hyperallergic.
June 6, 2011.
“READ/WRITE at 319 Scholes: A Photo Essay” by Natalie Saltiel, Rhizome.
April 1, 2011.
“Chillin In Cyberspace: Q&A With Parker Ito.” by Kathleen Flood, The Creators Project. March 31, 2011.
“Watching the Pot Boil: Artists Who Use Anticipation in Their Work.” by Paddy Johnson, Flavorwire. March 18, 2011.
“In New Media Res” by Brian Droitcour, tcour.com.
March 2011.
“Chillin’ 4Life: Caitlin Denny and Parker Ito of jstchillin.” by Nicholas O’Brien, Bad At Sports.
March 17, 2011.
“An Interview with READ/WRITE Curators Caitlin Denny and Parker Ito.” by Ceci Moss, Rhizome. March 16, 2011.
“Bent Fest.” Motherboard.
February 2011.

“The Ten Best Exhibitions of 2010” Art Fag City on L Magazine “DUMP

FM: PLATFORM” Robert Foster “DUMP’N with Ryder Ripps” Bad at Sports “The Year of the Animated GIF” Art Fag City “Tonight.
The Shift, 3-day art event in NYC” Make Magazine.
319 Scholes Street   Brooklyn, NY 11206.



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