Neil Zusman

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New York, NY, USA
In the 1990’s, after producing the autobiographical video work, Ephemeris, Neil returned to the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company after having helped start-up the American Dance Asylum Company as their filmmaker-in-residence in Binghamton in 1975. Coded in Shockwave, two internet art interactive cinema projects, pulse.time and were commissioned and presented by Turbulence in 1997 and 1998 and are still running online in limited browsers.

This and other online Turbulence works have recently been added to the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University. Neil Zusman is a video/Web artist. A poet of many mediums, he is an animator/orchestrator of images. His current work — Mouse.Dance — is all interactive, a wild and unique stop on the World Wide Web. His work has been shown at Art on the Edge and Turbulence and has been presented at THAW 98, LOUNGE VIDEO (1998, video, live mix) has recently been seen in The Found/Stolen. Show at Moebius in Boston, the F3 Film Festival in Austin, Banff Arts Center, Canada, and the Anchorage in New York.

Mouse.Dance | Interactive website

An interactive animated website that resembles a game but sometimes acts more like a film. It explores dance concepts like synchronicity, (a child said Cunningham'...
Neil Zusman

Pulse.Time | Interactive

Pulse.Time is cinema made exclusively for the World Wide Web. It is written in a language that allows the viewer to participate in the construction of...
Neil Zusman


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