Nick Holland has lived
up to his slogan of "Miracles Performed" as he has designed the heart of
Arta Fundi in C++ as the project grew from one computer to a network of
three. His creative engineering skills have are responsible for a very
reliable, robust system that's easy to operate: Turn it on- it runs. Turn
it off to stop. No crashes.
"Artists Are Quacks" (1998) by Rose
PARTICIPANTS TO DATE;
Larry Pike wrote and taped two poems especially for the project. Here's
Jim Gustafson contributed a poem, (No Money in Art).
Blues musician and radio personality Robert
Jones recited it and Jerome Ferretti
it (available as a print).
Ken Mikolowski recited seven
poems from "Big Enigmas".
David Barr wrote and taped several Zen
Janet Pallas, Karla Zalewski, Robert
Maniscalco, Laurie Logan,
Miriam Yezbick, and Alex Hughes have recorded hypertext dialogue.
Stephen Goodfellow has contributed
the image below, "CashFlow ", designed to exploit the 3 hue system the
ink jet printer employs.
Diane Spodarek wrote a
four minute monolog.
Frank Pahl has made a musical
sculpture, the " Twittering Machine".
and to be operated by Arta Fundi program and given permission to use two
compositions he created from David
Greenberger's book, "Duplex Planet".
"Mona Lisa's Not So Well" is a song written
especially for Arta Fundi by Kurt
, a west coast song writer originally from Ann Arbor.
Herbert Ferrer has taped
the Mona Leo video/phone gossip voice. The opening lines are here
Daniel Cascardo has created
four black and white images, one of which is here.
Lowell Boileau has created "Blizzard", a black and white print special
for the project.
Bob Casky is casting an edition
of stainless steel coins to be dispensed one at a time by the Arta Fundi
Pedro Meyer and Pablo Cabado
have contributed a story with photo about a
photographer and a poet.
M.L. Liebler contributed his
Poem, "Success, I Spit!."
Flow" Ink jet print by Stephen Goodfellow.
For a list of these artworks by media.
For a list of these artworks in order
of appearance with D.A.M. prices.
Copyrights to these images and all of the works linked above and linked
off those pages belong to the artists who created them. All rights reserved.
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