This page is under construction. In the meantime, Miroslaw Rogala wishes to acknowlege project contributions:
- System and media design, technical direction by Mac Rutan
- MAX patches for 3-D spatial mapping (c) 1997 by Steve Boyer of SkyBoy Productions, Inc.
- Color reduction software by John Friedman of Digital Frontiers, L.L.C.
- 3D modelling and design by Alan Cruz for virtual photography and PHSColograms with (Art)n Laboratory
- Ford Oxaal at Mind's Eye View Perspective Software
- Anti-theft device for wireless receivers: Concept and Design, (c) 1997. J. Boyd Hilderbrant & Co.
- Art Futurian: Edward Shanken, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
- Participating artists: Ken Nordine, Jennifer Guo, Urszula Dudziak, Werner Herterich, Michael Iber, Jeffrey Krieger, Kristin Nordine.
- Invited guest artists: Roy Ascott, John Boesche, Jan Erkert & Dancers, The Lira Ensemble, Cathleen Schandelmeier, John Sturgeon.
- Electronic equipment and software provided by Rent Com, Inc.; Apple Computer Inc.; digidesign; Digital Frontiers; IBM Corporation; Opcode Systems Inc.; Zzounds Music Discovery Center; Macromedia Inc.; Passport Designs Inc.
- Special thanks to: Will Bauer, GAMS/Gesture and Motion Systems APR; Nick Brown; Ray Worthy Campbell, Zzounds Music Discovery Center; Lori Carsillo, Opcode Systems; Oskar Friedl, Oskar Friedl Gallery; Jack Giergiel, Moss Printing; Barbara Iverson, Columbia College; Mary Leong, Macromedia Inc.; Charlie Levin; Aleksandra Mazurek; Lucyna Migala, The Lira Ensemble; Darrell Moore; The Planet Group (James Cicenia and Don Schnitzius); Cathy Riemer, IBM Corporation; Wanda Ross; Dan Sandin, EVL/UIC; Julie Shorette, Apple Computer Inc.; Brent Silveria, Passport Designs Inc.; Eunna Song, Unna Fine Art; Ron Steinberg, Rent Com Inc.; Mike Topel, Swell; Dave Miller, Swell; York Y Xu, The Chicago Recording Company; Lynne Warren, MCA.
Divided We Speak
An interactive multimedia laboratory of Miroslaw Rogala's Divided We Stand
(An audience interactive media symphony in six movements)
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
August 30-November 9, 1997
"Can or should a moral or social metaphor be constructed on the fact that far more energy is released by coming together (nuclear fusion) than coming apart (fission)? We are confronted with a transitory landscape..." Miroslaw Rogala, 1996
(above)Miroslaw Rogala. Artist's conceptual sketch, 1997.
(above) Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Audience interacts with PHSColograms in the Electronic Gallery
"Our experience is no longer a continuity" Miroslaw Rogala, 1997