Results for Category 'Summary'
Interview: New media, 'community art', and net.art activism. Interviews with Natalie Bookchin and Brendan Jackson.
...of information, software and ideas in the face of the imminent commercializing and 'malling' of the net … On the other hand there are hacktivists and net activists who do not see themselves as artists per s...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... it was shown as software and now here he’s decided to do a two-corner projection …
LR: That’s fine...
Interview: An interview with Benjamin Weil.
... the kind of software they're using to make their work...
Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
... software, but free software is an ethic, so it really is more than just a technology...
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Presentation: Curating New Media Art: Welcome and introductions
... be one from the software industry of calling a work an iteration or a version...
Presentation: Tamas Banovich, Postmasters Gallery, NY.
... were based on software that had other applications than to drive a particular artwork...
Presentation: Thomson and Craighead Presentation
...truth-verification software called ‘Truster’, is live-testing this clock that comes through the Internet, and the Universal Master Clock tells the truth, as opposed to the reports on the wall, which are oth...
Presentation: Distribution: Skawennati Tricia Fragnito (curator, cyberpowwow, Montreal)
... So we use this software called the Palace...
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Profile: Graham Harwood
... which emerged the software Linker - exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art and Watershed Bristol...
Profile: Geoff Cox
... interest concerns software culture and is expressed in various projects such as the co-curated touring exhibition Generator (2002/03)...
Download: 2001 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions
... 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions Does size matter? Some recent shows at the Whitney and SFMOMA are discussed (8300 words).
Download: 2001 03b (Mar): Streaming New Media And Aesthetics
... 03b (Mar): Streaming New Media And Aesthetics Some current streaming projects, equipment needs, and ‘bandwidth aesthetics’/’truth to materials’ (3000 words)...
Download: 2001 04 (Apr): Independent New Media, Small Organisations, And Activist Art
... 04 (Apr): Independent New Media, Small Organisations, And Activist Art Includes some discussion of the poetics/aesthetics of activism (8150 words).
Download: 2001 06 (Jun): Installing It: Issues For Installing New Media Art In Gallery And Museum Settings
... 06 (Jun): Installing It: Issues For Installing New Media Art In Gallery And Museum Settings Technical and other debate (6126 words).
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Links: Society for Old and New Media
... web and other software solutions...
... tech course on software as art for UC Irvine...
List Posting: Re: Data and Art
From: ryan griffis <grifray@YAHOO.COM>
Another exhibit that would be of importance would be the "Information"
exhibition , also in 1970 , that included Haacke's "Visitor Profile"
(using paper and box technology)...
List Posting: data and art, november theme
From: Sarah Cook <sarah.e.cook@SUNDERLAND.AC.UK>
in an attempt to kick off discussion this month , here is a note from
Begin forwarded message:
> Here are a few of texts which directly deal with the question of scale
List Posting: ULTRASOUND / 2004 / 25 / 26 / 27 November /
From: Tom Holley <tomholley@THE-MEDIA-CENTRE.CO.UK>
ULTRASOUND / 2004 / 25 / 26 / 27 November /
Ultrasound is a three day international festival
exploring experimental soun...
List Posting: 'Making a Difference' Lucy Kimbell
From: joasia <joasia@I-DAT.ORG>
...Making a Difference at the University of Plymouth
- a project for i-DAT by Lucy Kimbell
11th - 22nd October 2004
University of Plymouth