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Wed May 18, 2005 - 00:00 The Big Sandeye Show host: Martin Takken
Park 4dtv is at work on the island of Ameland. In this show some sandy stuff from our archives. http://www.diteiland.nl/zandoog/

Mon May 09, 2005 - 19:30 16/9 broadcast host: Martin Takken
World Wide Widescreen!

Mon May 09, 2005 - 19:15 Stockholm special host: Jasper van den Brink
Sat May 07, 2005 - 00:00 Webcast highlights till now.
Today a show of new works entered in the this month of our new webcast.

Fri Apr 29, 2005 - 00:00 Tunnel Vision Premiere host: Peter Mertens
!st show!

Wed Apr 27, 2005 - 00:00 snowdome host: constant dullaart
Tue Apr 26, 2005 - 01:00 1st show host: Linda
Mooi en Leuk

Sun Apr 24, 2005 - 00:00 Nachtpodium Special host: Peter Mertens
Abstracte Tribute

Sat Apr 23, 2005 - 00:00 Abstract and senseless host: Martin Takken
Fri Apr 22, 2005 - 00:00 Nachtpodium Special host: Peter Mertens
Abstracte Tribute

Thu Apr 21, 2005 - 23:30 Abstract and senseless host: Martin Takken
Thu Apr 14, 2005 - 10:00 Dutch Open Special host: Peter Mertens
During the international festival for Dutch film and video art Dutch Open (14-16 April), PARK shows new techniques for the distribution of video art.

Mon Apr 04, 2005 - 00:00 programmed in tokyo host: constant dullaart
programmed in an internet cafe in tokyo hliday movs

Sat Apr 02, 2005 - 12:00 Sun host: Peter Mertens
Biofilm first view

Wed Mar 30, 2005 - 00:00 NEW YORK ALIVE 4.
In this episode Kuno talks to Hans Broek (Netherlands). Hans is a very successful painter of primarily desert landscapes and urban scenery. His work fits a Dutch tradition of post-modernism, combining wild nature and modern culture. He has exhibited at Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), Victoria Miro Gallery (London), Black Dragon Society (LA) and The Royal Palace (Amsterdam). In April 2005 there was a big show at the Torch Gallery in Amsterdam. In 1995 he moved from Amsterdam to Los Angeles where the environment perfectly matched his desire for new paintings. In the following inspiring period he became an established artist but noticed that real business in the arts is not happening in LA. Now Hans is in the process of moving to New York City, capital of the art world. New York Alive was allowed a look in his new Brooklyn studio. For this show he made a special selection of works which will be shown and discussed. read more: http://www.park.nl/newyorkalive

Tue Mar 29, 2005 - 00:00 NEW YORK ALIVE 3.
In this episode Kuno talks to Yael Reinharz (USA). She is the Assistant Director for Creative Time. In 1973 this organization started out by presenting spectacular projects in public space throughout New York City. Offering the public rare encounters with art, music, theater and fashion, Creative Time earned the reputation of reflecting the vibrant spirit of the city. Perhaps most famous are "Art in the Anchorage" (1983-2001: events in the chambers of the Brooklyn Bridge), "Tribute in Light" (2003: twin light beams from World Trade Centre site) and "The 59th Minute" (1 minute art videos on the immense Panasonic Astrovision screen on Times Square). Yael joined Creative Time in 2002. She is directing the 59th Minute that showed Carlos Amorales' "The Forest" in February 2005. For New York Alive she brought several examples of what made Creative Time big. with: Carlos Amorales, The Forest The Neistat Brothers, Mousetrap Nuevos Ricos record label read more: http://www.park.nl/newyorkalive

Mon Mar 28, 2005 - 00:00 NEW YORK ALIVE 2.
In this second episode Kuno talks to John Thomson (Aus) and Michael Gillespie (GB) who run the Foxy Production Art Gallery in Chelsea. The gallery fosters a small group of emerging international artists who work with interdisciplinary media like video, drawing, photography and sculpture. After collaborating in a series of exchange projects between London and New York, John and Michael opened their first store-front project-space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2001. Two years later they decided to move the gallery to Manhattan's Chelsea. After a number of successful exhibitions Foxy Production is establishing itself in the art world. In New York Alive they'll show several clips of video pieces presented in previous exhibitions as well as in GEO, which took place in February 2005. video art by: Paperrad Michael Bell-Smith read more: http://www.park.nl/newyorkalive

Sun Mar 27, 2005 - 14:00 Alles is Goed host: Peter Mertens
Top 100

Sun Mar 27, 2005 - 00:00 NEW YORK ALIVE 1.
NEW YORK ALIVE 1. In this first episode Kuno talks to Marc Bijl (1970). Marc is one of the most promising emerging artists from the Netherlands. He is currently participating in the ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program) in New York City. Marc is interested in social structures and their use of symbols, logos, slogans and rules. His video performances and interventions in public space play with our interpretation of what we think takes place in society. Recently one of his video works was shown at the MoMa museum. An article on Marc Bijl was published in January's edition of Flash Art magazine. For New York Alive Marc made a selection of video works which will be shown and discussed. read more: http://www.park.nl/newyorkalive

Mon Mar 21, 2005 - 12:00 Lost in virtual space, endless sseldne , ecaps lautriv ni tsoL host: Brecht Debackere
Representing space, be it virtual, real or artificially created is always limited to the two-dimensionality of the screen. There's is nothing outside its boundaries and yet there is no limit to the created virtual space.

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