(art)n Artists: 

Ellen Sandor, Stephan Meyers, Janine Fron and Craig Ahmer

Collaborative Artists: 

Tim Stamper, Rare Limited

Special thanks to John Cordell, Nintendo of America, Silicon Graphics and Steve Glenn

Size: 
40x30, 10x8
Medium: 

Virtual Photograph

Materials: 

Cibachrome, Kodalith, Plexiglas

Exhibitions: 

The Equation of Terror—Interactive Pop Terrorism, Oskar Friedl Gallery, Chicago, IL, July 7–September 5, 1995

The Processing of Perception April 1–30, 1995 The Wexner Center for the Arts The Ohio State University, COSI–Ohio's Center of Science & Industry, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Performing and Cultural Arts Complex

Collections: 

Nintendo

Rare Limited

Alias

Silicon Graphics

Various Private Collectors

(art)n

Literature: 

The Future of Video Games As Art: On the Art of Playing with Shadows, Sandor, E., Fron, J., Playing by the Rules: The Cultural Policy Challenges of Video Games, The University of Chicago Cultural Policy Center, October 2001

Wasserman, Tina, "(art)n at Oskar Friedl Gallery", (article) New Art Examiner, October, 1995, pp.35–36

The Processing of Perception catalogues

Description: 

A virtual portrait of Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong, from the N64 game, Donkey Kong Country. This is among the first video games to be created with computer graphics, simulating a three-dimemsional environment with a virtual camera.