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February 16, 2005

Generation 165 at PlanetWorks in NYC Tonight

I am in New York City this week and I have made last minute arrangements with the PlanetWork Forum for an informal showing of my latest work: a new physical manifestation of the Electric Sheep. This device contains a 75 gigabyte database of sheep that would have taken a single computer more than 20 years to render. If played back end-to-end without any sequencing or continuity it would take 25 hours total, but with the playback engine recombining the sheep the result is an effectively infinite fountain. The device is nearly silent, and in a quiet, dark room the result is uncanny. It's called it "Generation 165", and we would be honored by your attention tonight at Location1 (26 Greene St in SOHO).

7-7:30pm: networking & light refreshments*
7:30 - 8:30/9pm: presentations
8:30/9pm - 9:30pm: networking and light refreshments
* a $10 donation to cover costs is appreciated.
Posted by spot at February 16, 2005 02:53 PM

Spot--We're the folks who bought a DVD. Just to let you know, we've been playing it all morning (and, now, I guess, afternoon). Loving it. We're going to play it at our next two parties (and other times). Thanks. Posted by: Mary Ann Allison at February 17, 2005 10:18 AM
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