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by Boaz Kaizman

The exhibition 71Gedichte/71poems is a media experiment that aims at overcoming the limits of the classical exhibition space.
The work features more than 150 elements in their native environment - the internet, which brings 71Gedichte/71poems
into the world of the visitor.
a native online exhibition
• 9 webpages
• 10 videos
• 3 stories
• 1 composed audio file with 71 names
• 71 audio files with names
• 71 pdf files with names

71gedichte chart

71Gedichte/71poems can enrich your online presence.
During a 7-week exhibition the user behavior has been tracked. 30% of the addressed responded to the e-mail invitation
and visited the exhibition. 51% of the visitors watched 7,53 pages over the time of 7,24min (both on average).

This internet-art-project can enhance the confidence of your community in your innovative potential.

71Gedichte/71poems is a step ahead into the internet world - it changes the virtual elements of the internet
into a real-time art-exhibition and into a real-time experience.

These art-works can be sold like other tangible pieces of art.
To purchase an artwork you buy a domain
By purchasing an artwork you are allowed to exhibit it in public including on your website.

The verifications owning an artwork are:
 1. Owning the access to the domain.
 2. Owning all the digital material of the artwork in a tangible form (external hard disk drive).
 3. A certificate signed by the artist.
 4. Appearance of the domain in search-machines like

Allen Ginsberg - the second phase. is the start of a series of exhibition objects.
The next object is a guest appearance of Allen Ginsberg, in the form of two poems.

Allen Ginsberg singing "father death blues" 1995

Allen Ginsberg "A Desolation"

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With this art-project I face many questions and dilemmas. Nevertheless for me it is more of a challenge than a threat.
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