Adverbs randomly selected by a computer are inserted into the phrase "I love you / I hate you" and the conversation continues forever. The original work was presented in 2018 at the Art Tower Mito in Japan, and now appears in Infinite Object as a 30-minute IO Video Print. The IO editions will be presented as two individual works, one of "love" and one of "hate". This is the "I love you” version.
- Small Acrylic: 4.5 x 6.4 x 1 inches
- Large Acrylic: 5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
- Signed and numbered by artist (for Large Acrylic only)
- Comes with US plug and custom cable
The Japanese artist unit "exonemo" (by SEMBO Kensuke and AKAIWA Yae) was formed in 1996 on the Internet. Their experimental projects are typically humorous and innovative explorations of the paradoxes of digital and analog computer networks and actual environments in our lives. Their The Road Movie won the Golden Nica for Net Vision category at Prix Ars Electronica 2006. They have been organizing the IDPW gatherings and "Internet Yami-Ichi" since 2012. They live and work in New York since 2015.
See more of exonemo's work on their website and Instagram.
Large Acrylic: 99
Small Acrylic: Non-editioned
Full Length Video