Skip to main content

artport

Stephanie Rothenberg: Outlook: Untitled
Mar 30, 2010–Mar 10, 2011


The second commission in the series is Outlook: Untitled by artist Stephanie Rothenberg. At sunrise and sunset, a frenzy of faux pop-up advertisements referencing the current world economic crisis take over the screen space of whitney.org. The advertisements are interrupted by a spinning globe that turns into a Magic 8-Ball fortune telling game, inviting visitors to “try me.” The Magic 8-Ball delivers ambiguous messages or cryptic advice about our possibilities of shaping economic structures or affecting the state of the world at the click of a button. Outlook: Untitled employs the strategies of mediated Internet culture in which all meaning is delivered instantaneously in visual packets of bits and bytes, yet at the same time, it generates messages that disrupt and question this creation of meaning.

Flash Developer: Jose Raymond Rodriguez-Rosario

View Stephanie Rothenberg’s website



Sunrise/Sunset is a series of Internet art projects that mark sunset and sunrise in New York City every day. All are commissioned by the Whitney specifically for whitney.org, each project unfolding over a timeframe of ten to thirty seconds.

Using whitney.org as their habitat, Sunrise/Sunset projects disrupt, replace, or engage with the museum website as an information environment. This form of engagement captures the core of artistic practice on the Internet, the intervention in existing online spaces. The series is organized by Christiane Paul, adjunct curator of digital art at the Whitney Museum.

To see the current project, be anywhere on this website during sunrise or sunset.


artport

See more on artport, the Whitney Museum's portal to Internet and new media art.


COVID-19 vaccination and face coverings are not required but strongly recommended. Book tickets in advance and review our visitor policies.

Sunrise

Sunset

A 30-second online art project:
Sara Ludy, Tumbleweeds

Learn more

Learn more at whitney.org/artport