Sometimes the online world reveals unsuspected parallel dimensions. This is an unknown restyle of Neural independently (and secretly as we never knew about it) made by NY-based Motion and Graphic Designer, Clarke Blackham. Very nicely made, perhaps only a bit glossier for the magazine’s line, it testifies once more how even your most familiar outcomes can have another life somewhere else.
Ongoing diminution of natural resources and the urgent need to adopt more sustainabile practices are undoubtedly among the most crucial matters for the world today. As awareness increases, more and more young creators →
ISBN: 978-3899553420, 288 pages, 2011, English, Gestalten
“Activism” in art has become a fashionable topic, especially after the beginning of the global financial crisis. Critiquing the system, formalizing regrets about the →
Moving across two and a half decades from the windy north Atlantic coast of Canada to the center of Warsaw, the large-scale Aeolian instruments of Gordon Monahan form a temporal →
Since 2006, the RYBN collective has been using the tools of data mining (automated extraction of knowledge from large amounts of data) to subvert its own goals, building unusual representations and analyses of →
The MIT Press
In the history of media art, Zagreb has definitively been on the map since the very beginning. In 1961 there was a seminal →
Printing on (real) one dollar bills (the ones with George Washington) enjoyable and graphically concrete data concerning the distribution of wealth in the United States: this is the premise of Occupy George, →
Neural #40 extra (1/2), P2P Gift Credit Card, (only the first 50 subscribers) credit card instructions:
A limited edition of physical plastic a P2P Gift Credit Cards by Paolo Cirio.
By issuing a visionary type →
Neural #40 extra (only for subscribers) Newstweek flyer:
A limited edition flyer of the Golden Nica winner Newstweek project by Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev, with their latest version of propaganda.
, Pages 208
, ISBN 978-9810880699
Published on the occasion of the Singapore Biennial, 2011, this book is a collection of “confessions” from a selection of one hundred artists, curators, musicians, →
At Patterns + Pleasure Festival in Amsterdam STEIM presented the premiere of several pieces written by Tom Johnson for the Gandini Juggling company. For these pieces STEIM developed a set of interactive juggling →