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  • In the mid nineties, Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans were among the first artists to realise the internet's creative potential, and there they realised their first works and projects. The internet has since rapidly changed – we no longer have a connection for telephone and internet, social media emerged, and almost everyone has a smartphone or tablet – and new generations of artists have discovered its potential. Since MAMA's exhibition program has included many artists from this new generation – Aids-3d (Daniel Keller and Nik Kosmas), Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, Dennis de Bel, Brad Troemel, Constant Dullaart, Rafaël Rozendaal, etc. – we thought it was time to pay homage to JODI in the form of a solo exhibition, two curated pages on MAMA's website, and an artistic research project for young artists.

    Alongside JODI Home/Go Home, Constant Dullaart and Rafaël Rozendaal – Dutch representatives of a new generation of web (related) artists – will each curate a webpage on www.showroommama.nl, from 24 January 2014 onwards. Both will make a personal selection of JODI's work, which will also be presented on our website.

    Furthermore, JODI's exhibition is the start of a process in which selected young artists from all walks of the creative sector are given the opportunity to work on a presentation. The results of this trajectory will be shown later in 2014. (See Social Image call). http://www.showroommama.nl/en/projects/612/JODI-HomeGo-Home/

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  • Rafaël Rozendaal browsing JODI January 2014. Made on the occasion of the exhibition "Jodi Go Home" at Showroom Mama in Rotterdam. http://www.showroommama.nl/en/projects/612/JODI-HomeGo-Home/

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    Rafaël Rozendaal browsing JODI
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    Rafaël Rozendaal browsing JODI

    Rafaël Rozendaal browsing JODI January 2014. Made on the occasion of the exhibition "Jodi Go Home" at Showroom Mama in Rotterdam. http://www.showroommama.nl/...

  • A miniature, hand held application for a mobile and global audience; PURE FLOW [mobile edition] reveals the noise generated between GPS data systems and multiple satellites, 3G networks and Wifi hotspots as a tangible presence in the environment. https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pure-flow/id448922736

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  • A particular detail has always stuck with me from The BFG, Roald Dahl's dark-as-hell children's book that's actually about giants snatching kids from their bedrooms. The one good, non-kid-eating giant tells his friend about superhuman hearing: "if I is twisting the stem of the flower till it breaks, then the plant is screaming. I can hear it screaming and screaming very clear."

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    Plant Cells "Talk" With Electric Signals, Too

    Plant Cells "Talk" With Electric Signals, Too

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    A particular detail has always stuck with me from The BFG, Roald Dahl's dark-as-hell children's book that's actually about giants snatching kids from …

  • Everyday on the Internet, a GIF is born. And everyday, a GIF dies a sad, not-reblogged death. GIFs were once an integral aspect of the Web 1.0 culture, actualized in novel pointed arrows and naughty adult-only signage of women flashing their tits. The tiny animated format fully came of age when social network users began adorning their MySpace pages with homespun GIFs. Today GIFs are everywhere, from the Internet's animated cats to the world of high fashion. GIFs became a mainstay of net artists and remix culture, which also alludes to the birth of the read/write web, for which this site is named. Today nothing is safe from the mesmerizing hyper-fast cracked out aesthetic of GIFs, which are both minimal in style and instantly gratifying in consumption. The GIF is simple, trashy and strangely attractive. Anything can get GIF-ified in twohundredfiftysix colors or less.

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    How GIF Trash Became Internet Culture Glue

    How GIF Trash Became Internet Culture Glue

    Everyday on the Internet, a GIF is born. And everyday, a GIF dies a sad, not-reblogged death. GIFs were once an integral aspect of the Web 1.0 culture, actualized in novel pointed arrows and naughty adult-only signage of women flashing their tits. The tiny animated format fully came of age when …

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