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+ Art is always difficult economically, Ubuntu allows for computer re-use, full dedicated computer. Free, so entire project is therefore available for redistribution, re-deployment + Show proper setup of wireless router / computer combo to insure access to web + Show the proper configuration for a boot immediately into firefox + Firefox plugin that locks onto a page + Firefox resets every 10 minutes + Using one page for the site / software proposal + Issues – Art is predominantly Mac market + Issues – Wireless access is key + Issues – Screensaver settings + Issues – Uninterruptible power supply + Issues – Proper concealment, locking down of computer + Have slanted screen, or projector, have a mouse but no keyboard, ability to add a keyboard.
+ Examples: http://huntercross.com/art/highfive/ http://huntercross.com/web/imagenvironments1/ http://opendoorscollective.org/
Artist Hunter studied Studio Art at Trinity University with Liz Ward. He lives and works in Austin, Texas. He is co-director of the Open Doors Art Collective. He has curated 5 exhibitions with this contemporary art group at spaces such as The Dallas Contemporary, MASS Gallery and Austin’s Dougherty Arts Center. Open Doors has received a City of Austin cultural grant and an Austin Chronicle nomination for Best Group Exhibition in 2005.
His work has been a part of Austin Museum of Art’s 22 to Watch triennial and Arthouse’s New American Talent. His installations, proposal works, drawings and sculptures are owned by collectors in New York, Los Angeles, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas and Houston.
Web Developer Before becoming a successful web entrepreneur, Hunter worked for Giles Design and REAL Software.
In 2004, Hunter began work as a freelance web developer specializing in ecommerce and open source consulting. In the fall of 2006, Hunter founded Ponticlaro Inc., a full-service creative studio to better serve his international client base.