R)ecycling Surplus To Save Nature (2009-2011)

Interstellar Overdrive EP, Japan & presentation  //   New Media Arte Povera  //   Ornamental_409 installation Staedelmuseum  //  Augenclick-Pheromonic_ Hungry Walking Blues AV-performance Lentos Kunstmuseum  //  live at performance-art-lab satellit  //  Fussgaengerzone (pedestrian zone)  //  Violently Y/ours exhibition>  //  Naturband - Videorama  // Kunstradio // Sit-In/Out Dresdner Bank  //  Close-Up_410 Kunsthalle Schirn, F.A.Z.  //  new book 20 Digital Years plus , with Audio-CD & DVD // & book-tour   //  closing Frankfurt_STR_headquarter  //   Kunstradio composition 2011 // performance_lecture(s) at COCO, Vienna //  STRib installation at MQ  // AV performance at mediaopera, Rinderhalle  

20 Digital Years plus - The Book


NEW BOOK out now:_____ "20 Digital Years plus" 1988 - 2010 ->

book with 192 pages, incl. audio-CD with 74:42 min, DVD with 81.37min.

published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg

Station Rose 20 Digital Years plus. 1988–2010 –>

paperbook with flaps 16,5 x 22 cm

192 pages., german/engl.

Euro 40,00/sFr 64,00

ISBN 978-3-86984-111-3

with works from 1988 until today


with texts and statements by:

Peter Noever (preface), Howard Rheingold, Bruce Sterling, Gabriele Horn, Vitus H.Weh, Didi Neidhart, Peter Weibel, Hans Diebner, Christoph Tannert, David Hudson, Terence McKenna, Elisabeth Zimmermann, Doug Millison, Timothy Leary, Elisa Rose, STR, u. a.


"Station Rose had every right to claim 'cyberspace is our land.' They were there very early, they raised their antennas and put down deep roots, and they never left." -- Bruce Sterling 2010


Station Rose, that is Elisa Rose and Gary Danner, summarises 20 Digital Years and at the same time delivers a current description of the situation with a visionary potential. As pioneers of media art, Station Rose found a language back in the early days of the Internet, for this ephemeral, fast phenomenon in a state of permanent change, coined terms and keywords such as »Cyberspace is our land«, »Nature is Cool«, "Digital Bohème", among others, who made virulent artistic and social conditions discernable, and thus comprehensible. Elisa Rose and Gary Danner are considered to be innovators and visionaries in the field of audiovisual art, electronic music, net art and audiovisual live performance.With »New Media Arte Povera«, Station Rose is reacting to the omnipresent crisis, rematerialising media art and showing textile objects and framed wall pieces. One part of the book is dedicated to the media sculpture »LogInCabin«, exhibited for three months in 2009, in the MAK - Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Vienna.

Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg http://www.vfmk.de

press inquiries : Marion Voigt voigt@moderne-kunst.org