Cory Arcangel

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Corey is a computer artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. He is a founding member of BEIGE [aka the Beige programming crew / Beige Records], a loose knit crew of like minded computer programmers and enthuiasts. Together they have pioneered the practice of recycling obsolete 8 bit computers and video game systems to make art and music. In 1989 he and his sister Jamie founded the Buffalo, New York based punk group Insectiside. Legandary documenatation of their first [and last] world tour of Buffalo has been screened at Whitechapel Gallery in London, and at Ocularius in Brooklyn. He also makes work with the Radical Software Group, and documentation of a Carnivore client made in collaboration with RSG can be seen at the Whitney Museum Artport site. A research project about Commodore 64 video graffiti can be seen at His piece Super Mario Clouds v2k3 (2003) was in the 2004 Whitney Biennial and his piece I Shot Andy Warhol (2002) was included in the Guggenheim's Seeing Double exhibition, 2004. His work centers on his love of personal computers and the Internet. He is currently a senior fellow at Eyebeam Atelier in Manhattan.