Siebren Versteeg creates computer-driven video installations that situate the viewer in paradoxical realms where the real and the virtual seem to interconnect. At once humorous and unsettling, his works feed real-time online data culled from CNN, the AP, and Internet diaries into video animations with digitally produced sound. This full-color monograph, which comes with a DVD, is the first devoted to Versteeg's work.
Texts by Barry Blinderman and Maureen P. Sherlock.
Published by Illinois State University, University Galleries, 2005, paperback, 56 pages, 7.5 x 7.5 inches.