GarrettGarrett Lynch (IRL) is an artist, lecturer, curator and theorist. His work deals with networks (in their most open sense) within an artistic context; the spaces between artist, artworks and audience as a means, site and context for artistic initiation, creation and discourse. Recently most active in live performance Garrett’s networked practice spans online art, installation, performance and writing.

Post-graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (EnsAD), Paris, France Garrett is currently Senior Lecturer in New Media and Award Leader for MA Moving Image at Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries, Wales. He has previously taught on several new media courses throughout England. For more information about Garrett’s work please refer to this interview by Noema.

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2013:

A Metaverse Art Residency: ‘Garrett Lynch Yoshikaze “Up-in-the-air” Second Life Residency’, a paper published in Metaverse Creativity, Volume 2, Issue 2.

21/01/13 – 31/01/13, Permutation & Combination, a collaborative exhibition at Arcadecardiff, Cardiff, Wales.

10/01/13 – 13/01/13, Netscapes exhibited at 26th Filmwinter, Festival for Expanded Media, Stuttgart, Germany.

2011:

10/11/11 – 20/11/11, Netscapes exhibited at Notes on a New Nature, 319 Scholes, Brooklyn, New York.

14/09/11 – 30/09/11, Sandwich Board – Miniature Replicas exhibited as part of The Vending Machine, an installation of international artists at the 54th Venice Biennale.

14/07/11, Second Life® work to date including the physical sandwich board performed/presented at Dorkbot Cardiff.

19/05/11 – 28/05/11, Second Life® work including The Green Stage and the physical sandwich board exhibited/performed at The Wardrobe, Cardiff as part of DecemberLab’s Being exhibition.

25/02/11, Trav—erse performed at Furtherfield Gallery, London as part of the REFF – Remix the world! Reinvent reality! exhibition.

01/12/2010 to the 31/01/2011, artist in residence at Humlabs, Yoshikaze Up in the Air Residency in Second Life®.

2010:

Hendrickson, C., Iaconesi, S., Persico, O., Ruberti, F., Simeone, L., (2010) Trav—erse, REFF RomaEuropa FakeFactory. Rome: Derive Approdi (Video Network #1: Dialogues also included in online edition)

There, Now exhibited at Push in Second Life® from 11/08/10 – 30/09/10.

I’m Garrett Lynch (IRL) screened at Global Container XII on the 26/08/10 at the Culture Factory Polymer, Ãœlase 16/Madara 22, Tallinn, Estonia.

I’m Garrett Lynch (IRL) performed as part of 2010 Odyssey Performance Art Festival from the 31/07/10 until the 10/08/10 at Odyssey Art and Performance Simu in Second Life®.

I’m Garrett Lynch (IRL) performed as part of 44 Hours of Cornucopia Momentum by Bendix Freutel from the 28th – 30th May 2010 at Odyssey Art and Performance Simu in Second Life® and simultaneously broadcast in Switzerland at the Kunst-Fenster Reigoldswil (Reigoldswil Art Window).

Between Saying and Doing exhibited at Liminality: The Space Between Worlds at Antena in Chicago, America and at I Am Columbia Island in Second Life®.

Documentation video of Video Network #1: Dialogues exhibited at Dialogues: A Fake Romance? at Elysium Artspace, Swansea, Wales.

2009:

The Art of Networks and Networks as Art presented / performed at Networks, 12th Annual Subtle Technologies Festival (promo video) Toronto, Canada.

Between Saying and Doing exhibited at “@”, Ars Virtua locations in RL (Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles, California, USA) and Second Life (Seventh Eye). 26/02/09 – 28/02/09.

Between Saying and Doing exhibited as part of Globalscreen – Simulations at numerous locations from February 2009 until 2010.

2008:

Between Saying and Doing exhibited at Devenir-écran (Becoming Screen), Le Vigan, France and Videophile Festival, Brighton, England.

Grimace exhibited at the Australian Digital Fringe Festival.

Trav—erse performed at curated Open Ear, Cardiff event, ATRiuM, Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries.

Curated Open Ear, Cinema event and collaborated on Frédérique Santune’s performance, A.u.t.o.m.n.e. / Autumn : renew, Canterbury Christ Church University.

CIII-Terminal (ed) (2008) Net Art : au-delà  du navigateur… un monde d’objets (Net.art: beyond the browser to a world of things), pp 91-100, Terminal, Technologie de L’information, culture & société (Terminal, Information Technology, Culture & Society); Net Art, Technologie ou Création? (Net Art, Technology or Creation). Paris: Editions L’Harmattan.

Carnet Dabord, a short film made in collaboration with Frédérique Santune exhibited at Globalscreen, Visual Sound exhibition, Athens, Greece.

2007:

http://www.bannerart.org/, net.tv and System for Multiple Compositions on a Theme, exhibited at FILE 2007 Electronic Language International Festival

Trav—erse performed at curated Open Ear, Network event, Canterbury Christ Church University.

RE:soundings (interference variant) performed at Open Ear, Interference event, Canterbury Christ Church University.

RE:soundings performed at joint-curated Open Ear Snd:arc (Sound and Architecture) event, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Perpetual Portrait, exhibited at Web Biennial (2007), Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, Turkey (iS.CaM).

Carnet Dabord, a short film made in collaboration with Frédérique Santune exhibited at Globalscreen, Visual Sound exhibitions in Poland, Senegal, Korea, Italy, Germany and Greece.

2006:

System for Multiple Compositions on a Theme and Things to Forget, exhibited at The First Independent Free Internet Art Gallery, Italy.

Carnet Dabord, a short film made in collaboration with Frédérique Santune exhibited at the festival Traverse Vidéo: L’état du Monde, Toulouse, France and at Globalscreen, Visual Sound exhibition, Ljubljana, Slovenia

2005:

Live Feed residency, part of DIY 3:2005, an initiative of the Live Art Advisory Network – Artsadmin, the Live Art Development Agency and New Work Network. Performance work and documentation here.

06:32:00 Recombined exhibited at Videoformes Festival international d’arts vidéo et multimedia, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

Google and Art: A commercial / cultural new media economy?, ISEA, Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts newsletter #99 February – March [online].

2004:

Perpetual Portrait exhibited at Renewal 1868/2004, Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury, England.

Net Art Review [online]. Various articles available from: http://www.netartreview.net/.

_pause p170-171, Jouable; Art, Jeu et Interactivité (Playable; Art Games and Interactivity), Haute école d’arts appliqués HES, Genève, École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs, Paris, Ciren Université Paris 8, Centre pour l’image contemporaine, Saint-Gervais Genève (ISBN: 2839900181).

http://www.bannerart.org/, p186. Greene, R. Internet Art (World of Art Series), Thames and Hudson Ltd. (ISBN: 0500203768).

2003:

Participation in the New Forms Festival, Vancouver, Canada.

http://www.bannerart.org/ exhibited at >Chiang Mai New Media Art Festival, Chiang Mai, China and Total Überzogen, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany

_pause nominated as part of the 16th Filmwinter Festival for Expanded Media, Stuttgart, Germany.

2002:

_pause exhibited at the Jouable; Art, Jeu et Interactivité (Playable; Art Games and Interactivity) 01 exhibition, Geneva, Switzerland (publication of the same name) and at the Reload exhibition, Istanbul Museum of Contempory Art.

Designer, programmer and joint-curator at http://www.bannerart.org/.

The irrepairable damage of self-realisation communicated to another exhibited online at the Digitalpocketgallery net.art exhibition.

http://www.bannerart.org/ exhibited online at The 2003 Net Art Open, first net.art exhibition at IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art).

Included on the Idealine, project commissioned by Whitney Artport.

2001:

_pause exhibited online at rhizome.org and included in Publication without name, a limited edition art cd-rom.

Julies Journey exhibited at Videoformes Festival international d’arts vidéo et multimedia, Clermont Ferrand, France.

For those who fear intimacy / for those who fear loneliness exhibited at the Post-diplöme (Masters) Atelier de Recherche Interactive, Ecole Nationale Supérieure Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD), Paris, France, presented at Gallery Eof, Paris, France and exhibited online as part of A-virtual-memorial online exhibition.

2000:

Co-curation of E-Motion exhibition, Gallery St Eustache, Paris.

Artificial Architure, Experimental cd-rom on the Architectural work of Luc Boulais exhibited at the Ecole Nationale Travaux Public et Architecture (ENTPA), Lyon, France.

E-Cons, Social guides to digital life exhibited and distributed as pdf format through pdfheaven.com

Julies Journey exhibited at Beyond the Screen part of Isea 2000 at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris.

1998:

Installation, Sound performance at the University of Central England (UCE), Margaret Street in Birmingham.

Margins, collective exhibition of work at Paperchase Covent Garden London.

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