Harsh Noise Wally, is a sophisticated mashup mixing strips of Wally, the lazy and cynic colleague of Dilbert with some epic noise music extreme attitudes. Well conceived and assembled.
Jan Robert Leegte’s new works re-examine the hypermateriality of the digital domain. Educated as a sculptor and architect this Dutch artist has a unique approach to art in the context →
Check the Open Your City – Share Festival 2012 Report photo set here.
Reappropriation of urban space, visions about the city of the future and grassroots participation. These main themes of Share Festival →
edited by Rasa Smite, Eric Kluitenberg and Raitis Smits – RIXC, The Centre for New Media Culture, ISSN: 1407-2858, 168 pages, 2012, English
Acoustic Space is a journal founded in 1998 →
The reward-return system Facebook uses to entice users back to their profile to check for likes on posted photographs, comments on their status updates and peruse their ever-growing →
Replay Compiler / Tweaklab [booklet + DVD], ISBN 978-3952285930, 2012, English
The fourth volume of Compiler is dedicated to the multiplicity of reuse practices in audiovisual artworks produced with digital tools, interfaces →
Cod.Act’s Pendulum Choir explores the relationship between gravity, vocal movement in space and choral composition by placing a 9-piece choir on tilting, continuously moving platforms. A revolving, undulating hydraulic jack supports each singer. →
Polity, ISBN: 9780745650265, 200 pages, 2012, English
To understand the “futuristic” present we live in it’s very important to know our past. This seems particularly true when it comes to media →
Algae Opera is a work realized by Michael Burton and Michiko Nitta in collaboration with Mezzo-Soprano Louise Ashcroft, composer Gameshow Outpatient and actor Samuel Lewis that uses a novel approach to cross-wire the →
Taschen, ISBN: 978-3836525015, 416 pages, 2012, English
In 1991 two of the most talented graphic designers of all time (Jon Wozencroft and Neville Brody) launched a unique experiment: FUSE, an annual publication packaged →
“The decelerator” designed by German artist Lorenz Potthast is a helmet made with reflective metal, aiming to provide total detachment from reality. The helmet does not generate a virtual or augmented reality, →