Further Search For Indian Digital Art Interest and Support



Date: Fri, 06 Aug 1999 15:36:04 -1000
From: Pygoya <pygoya@pixi.com>

To: archer@archerindia.com
Subject: Invitation to organize Digital Art Show for India

Dear Artists,

I have been attempting to organize an group digital art exhibition for
Indian artisgts and myself for several months now. The contacts I have
been working with within India are not successful thus far in securing
an exhibit space. Any public place, like school or library is
satisfactory. From my sources, I am told there has been no digital art
show in India yet! I was fortunate to have the lst digital exhibition in
China, in the Shanghai Art Museum in 1988. I would be honored to
exhibit in India along with student and emerging digital artists.

Once a site and group of artists is secured, I will document the show
online at my virtual Web museum at www.lastplace.com for world art
history. My site has virtual reality 3D spaces for invited artist's work
from around the world and for my own works. I have yet been able to find
a digital artist from India in search engines for my museum's need to
profile digital art roots in your great country.

I also 2 years ago created a vrml gallery with my works in it in tribute
to the great cultural city of New Delphi-
www.lastplace.com/vrexhibits/NewDelph.htm

If anybody is interested in my personal goal of creating a small digital
art show in India - before 2000, please HELP!

Sincerely yours,

Pygoya
Curator/Web artist @ www.lastplace.com
References- www.lastplace.com/page28.htm


 

To: info@gadnet.com
Subject: Garret Gallery
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Dear Artists,

I have been attempting to organize an group digital art exhibition for
Indian artisgts and myself for several months now. The contacts I have
been working with within India are not successful thus far in securing
an exhibit space. Any public place, like school or library is
satisfactory. From my sources, I am told there has been no digital art
show in India yet! I was fortunate to have the lst digital exhibition in
China, in the Shanghai Art Museum in 1988. I would be honored to
exhibit in India along with student and emerging digital artists.

Once a site and group of artists is secured, I will document the show
online at my virtual Web museum at www.lastplace.com for world art
history. My site has virtual reality 3D spaces for invited artist's work
from around the world and for my own works. I have yet been able to find
a digital artist from India in search engines for my museum's need to
profile digital art roots in your great country.

I also 2 years ago created a vrml gallery with my works in it in tribute
to the great cultural city of New Delphi-
www.lastplace.com/vrexhibits/NewDelph.htm

If anybody is interested in my personal goal of creating a small digital
art show in India - before 2000, please HELP!

Sincerely yours,

Pygoya
Curator/Web artist @ www.lastplace.com
References- www.lastplace.com/page28.htm


To: info@media-software.com
Subject: Invitation to participate with my site and in India


Dear Mitra,

I have happy to surf into your digital art site of India! I have been
looking for such Indian sites for several months now.

I am the curator and digital artist of the online vrml museum, Truly
Virtual Web Art Museum at www.lastplace.com/index.html. Over the past 2
years I have curated and created vrml shows for digital artists from
around the world.

My challenge for this last year of the century is to showcase Indian
digital art and is r e a l l y hard to find on the Web. And I hear,
there has never been a digital art show in India. My goal is to organize
a group show of Indian emerging digital art and my own work (I have been
doing digital art since 1985, before that painting and sculpture).

Mitra, I would love to have permission to place your "Scrollscape" in my
Cyberculture Art Museum. See- www.lastplace.com/entrance.html It is
indeed a part of Web culture, and from India!

If interested, I welcome you to exhibit along with me online and in
India. All we need is a little space, such as school, library or
restaurant or cafe. Of course a gallery is best. Would you like to join
me in creating India first digital show? I have friends in Bombay trying
but they are failing to secure ANY exhibit space.

My own art is available for review at www.lastplace.com/page3a.htm,
www.artistsofhawaii.com/AOH/Pygoya/Pygoya.html and my biographical
profile is at www.lastplace.com/page28.htm

Let's pull this off before the millenium, bring India into digital art
world!

Sincerely,
Pygoya (also known as Dr. Rodney Chang)


Date: Fri, 06 Aug 1999 15:41:11 -1000

To: shalini_sawhney@hotmail.com
Subject: Searching for contemporary Indian digital artist


Dear Artists,

I have been attempting to organize an group digital art exhibition for
Indian artisgts and myself for several months now. The contacts I have
been working with within India are not successful thus far in securing
an exhibit space. Any public place, like school or library is
satisfactory. From my sources, I am told there has been no digital art
show in India yet! I was fortunate to have the lst digital exhibition in
China, in the Shanghai Art Museum in 1988. I would be honored to
exhibit in India along with student and emerging digital artists.

Once a site and group of artists is secured, I will document the show
online at my virtual Web museum at www.lastplace.com for world art
history. My site has virtual reality 3D spaces for invited artist's work
from around the world and for my own works. I have yet been able to find
a digital artist from India in search engines for my museum's need to
profile digital art roots in your great country.

I also 2 years ago created a vrml gallery with my works in it in tribute
to the great cultural city of New Delphi-
www.lastplace.com/vrexhibits/NewDelph.htm

If anybody is interested in my personal goal of creating a small digital
art show in India - before 2000, please HELP!

Sincerely yours,

Pygoya
Curator/Web artist @ www.lastplace.com
References- www.lastplace.com/page28.htm