Object List

Flow, Just Flow: Variations on a Theme
Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art
University of Richmond Museums, Virginia
January 29 to June 28, 2013

Object List
(dimensions denote height x width x depth)

Marco Breuer (German, born 1966)
Drag (C-1062)
2011
chromogenic paper, burned
21 1/8 x 17 3/8 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery, New York

Untitled (C-979)
2010
chromogenic paper, scraped
11 15/16 x 9 1/4 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery, New York

Throw (C-893)
2009
chromogenic paper, scratched
23 1/8 x 18 7/8 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery, New York

Untitled (C-795)
2008
chromogenic paper, scratched
19 11/16 x 15 11/16 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Von Lintel Gallery, New York

Daniel Canogar (Spanish, born 1964)
Pneuma 3
2009
discarded telephone cables, wood, projector, multimedia disk, and fans
30 x 16 x 22 inches
Courtesy of bitforms gallery, New York

Jenova Chen (Chinese, born 1981)
with thatgamecompany and Nicholas Clark, game design
flOw
2007
PlayStation®3 video game

U-Ram Choe
 (Korean, born 1970)
Jet Hiatus
2008
Scientific name : Anmorosta Cetorhinus maximus Uram
stainless steel, acrylic, circuits, synthetic resins, acrylic paint, CPU, LED board, and motor
approximately 35″ x 7.25′ x 33″  inches
Collection of Jonathon Carroll, courtesy of bitforms gallery, New York

Michael Flynn (American, born 1967)
Magnetoscope
2012
cooperatively-interactive public art: solid aluminum panels (6mm thick), ferrofluid (nano-engineered magnetic liquid), neodymium magnets, transparent acrylic domes and liquid trays
58 x 30 x 36 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Jonathan Harris (American, born 1979) and Sep Kamvar (Persian-American, born 1977)
We Feel Fine
2006
data visualization and website
Courtesy of the artists

HINT.FM: Fernanda Viégas (Brazilian, born 1971) and Martin Wattenberg (American, born
1970)
Wind
2012
Interactive online information visualization
custom software
Courtesy of the artists

Aaron Koblin (American, born 1982)
Flight Patterns
2008
data visualization of flight patterns in United States on August 12, 2008
Courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery, New York

Lena Lapschina (Austrian, born Russia 1965)
trance_siberia
2006
video, 180 minutes
Courtesy of the artist

Golan Levin (American, born 1972)
with Kamal Nigam and Jonathan Feinberg
The Dumpster
2006
interactive online information visualization, custom software
Courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery, New York

Marco Maggi (Uruguayan, born 1957) and Ken Solomon (American, born 1971)
Micro and Soft on Macintosh Apple
2004
video, 4:01 minutes
Courtesy of Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York

Shinichi Maruyama (Japanese, born 1968)
Kusho #3
2006
archival pigment print on paper
44 1/4 x 58 1/2 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York

Kusho #18
2008
archival pigment print on paper
42 x 43 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York

Nude #8
2012
archival pigment print on paper
43 x 43 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York

Nude #9
2012
archival pigment print on paper
43 x 43 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York

Marilyn Minter (American, born 1948)
Playpen
2011
video, 20 minutes
Courtesy of the artist and Salon 94, New York

Semiconductor: Ruth Jarman (British, born 1973) and Joe Gerhardt (British, born 1972)
20Hz
2011
color, sound (stereo) HD video, 5:00 minutes
Courtesy of Semiconductor and LUX, London

Hiroshi Senju (Japanese, born 1958)
Iguaçu
2008
fluorescent and acrylic pigments on Japanese mulberry paper
107.8 x 167.7 inches
Private collection, courtesy of Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York

Katy Stone (American, born 1969)
Lunar Drift
2011
acrylic on Duralar, pins
112 x 124 x 2 inches
Courtesy the artist and Mary Ryan Gallery, New York

Silver Fall
2013
brushed aluminum
116 x 35 x 2 inches
Courtesy the artist and Mary Ryan Gallery, New York

Zimoun (Swiss, born 1977)
125 prepared dc-motors, filler wire 1.0mm
2009/2010
motors, aluminum, and steel
39 x 196 inches (16.3 feet wide)
Courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery, New York