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AIM V: SYZYGY explores the question of the human/machine ‘remix’. Derived from a Greek root meaning “yoked or paired”, syzygy implies a state of interdependent duality that speaks to the increasingly permeated relationship between human and machine.   SYZYGY (the human remix) marks Art In Motion’s fifth anniversary. Five years in, AIM has changed and matured greatly, yet remained true to its main goal of providing development and exhibition opportunities to the time-based media community
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  Created in 1999 by co-founders Janet Owen and Jim Keller, AIM originated in response to the phenomenon of communications, technology, and distribution inno-vations merging together to create global networks and tools, including the internet.  

Art In Motion Presents AIM V: SYZYGY
(the human remix)

In Collaboration with the:
Armory Center for the Arts

March 7 - June 6, 2004
Opening Reception:
Saturday, March 6, 7-9 pm
Opening Party March 6, 10-2 am


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