For Immediate Release
Gabriele Leidloff

Presented by Franklin Furnace under the aegis of jihui (A Project of the NetArt Initiative):
Wednesday, December 19, 2001 3 PM - 4PM
at Parsons, Center for New Design
55 West 13th Street, 9th Fl.
and live online at,


l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t

A Forum of Art and Neuroscience

Gabriele Leidloff introduces the production with her video work.

Live streaming NYC<->Berlin with the webmaster of l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t
Frank Fietzek and onsite participants:

Daniela Plewe

New York
Peter Cramer
Stacy Pershall
Jack Waters

Participants of the l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t Forum are invited to the live streaming as artists working with the web.

Presentations of l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t Digital Forum by Parsons' students.


Franklin Furnace is proud to present Gabriele Leidloff, an artist in residence in its series
THE FUTURE OF THE PRESENT 2001, hosted by Parsons School of Design, Digital Design Department.


l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t - a forum of art, neurology and communication.

Gabriele Leidloff initiated the forum l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t as an artistic production.
l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t invites artists neuroscientists and entrepreneurs into a dialogue.
This dialogue manifests itself through exhibitions, debates, and salons creating a series of events for participants and their artistic and scientific work.

l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t creates a new form of dramaturgy.
In the delineation of existing events l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t presents a selectively arranged international network of specialists keen on social relevance and potentially explosive themes:

- Applied technology in art and medicine
- Eye movement and cognition in relation to imagination and perception
- Speech versus narrative structure

Through this concentration of material, a self-updating program develops which is continually inserted into events with the cooperation of the organizers.
l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t creates artistic installations for various cultural and economic events, its customers and the public.

Events are documented through ongoing installations such that build upon one another while the circle of participants continuously enlarges and expands.
l o g - i n / l o c k e d o u t will produce itself over a five year period ending in 2004 and reach fruition in a bilingual catalogue.