Contre Temps, personal exhibition of Olga Kisseleva at Galerie Rabouan Moussion featuring works related to time. http://www.galerie-rabouan-moussion.com/en/exhibitions/olga-kisseleva-contre-temps/37

The media archeology of names: Internet was also a transistor radio from 1969 (Internet Model S-1000 Solid State All-Transistor, c.1969) http://www.markhillpublishing.com/the-internet-transistor-radio/

Malware using inaudible sounds to steal and communicate http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/12/scientist-developed-malware-covertly-jumps-air-gaps-using-inaudible-sound/

File_painting by Cèsar Escudero Andaluz, an application using computer desktop elements to compose pictures http://escuderoandaluz.com/2013/03/16/file_painting/

Marion Stokes recorded 35 years of TV news on VHS tapes. http://www.fastcompany.com/3022022/the-incredible-story-of-marion-stokes-who-single-handedly-taped-35-years-of-tv-news

Post-digital research conference/workshop in Aarhus, Kunsthal 7-9 October, post-digital declinations and trajectories http://post-digital.projects.cavi.dk/

Extravagant Bodies: Extravagant Age, Inspiring Old Age − Body and Mind on the Fringes of Social Norms, festival curated by Kontejner at Klovićevi dvori Gallery, Zagreb


Digital TV Dinner, glitch video art (generated by cartridge video game) from 1979. “Digital TV Dinner is a video art clip from 1979 created by Raul Zaritsky, Jamie Fenton, and Dick Ainsworth using the Bally Astrocade console game to generate unusual patterns. The Bally Astrocade was unique among cartridge games in that it was designed to allow users to change game cartridges with power-on. When pressing the reset button, it was possible to remove the cartridge from the system and induce various memory dump pattern sequences. DIgital TV DInner is a collection of these curious states of silicon epilepsy set to music composed and generated upon this same platform. ”