The Kissing Booth

From Rhizome Artbase
2003
Description

After a departure in the last several years from my background in installation my current work can be seen both as an evolution from and a revisitation of that earlier work. For the past few years I have been experimenting with atypical media, such as film and 2-D collage. This experimentation continues through my current work in digital media such as web art and video, my interest in audience participation being further fueled by such genres. One of the consistent threads through my work has been the use of found objects (as witnessed in the yearbook photos in "The Kissing Booth"), which inform my ideas through their inherent history.
"The Kissing Booth" is a map/timeline of the rigid and supple structures of my life examined through the lens of personal relationships (i.e. everyone I have ever kissed).

Kimberly Simpson
10 January 2003
Legacy descriptive tags
nostalgia, net.art, Narrative, memory, language, Internet, Information map, identity, HTML, gender, digital, desire, design, Conceptual, body, privacy, postmodern, Participatory, publish, social space, Text, Visual
Attribution: Rhizome staff
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Variant History
outside link
2003
open submission
10 January 2003
Kimberly Simpson
static files
10 January 2003
cloning
Rhizome staff