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.
Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2010, Language: English, ISBN-13: 978-0816666690
Hypertext represents a cornerstone in experimental literature. From the first experiments until the late adopters, it has evolved from a technique to →
ISBN 978-1-906496-46-3, OpenMute, 2010, English
Forget about certainties. Forget about authors. Forget about fancy graphic design. Forget about colors. Forget about greyscale. Forget even about page numbers. →
The MIT Press, ISBN-13: 978-0262013727, 2010, English, U.S.A.
There’s an ethereal legacy between the nineteenth century (most of it was the so called Victorian era), science and technological innovation and the →
The descriptive, literary role of programming code has not being properly exploited, especially by writers and poets. Yet there’s an incredible potential to create sense through the syntax and grammar rules of a →
As Geoff Huth wrote, “we are living through what might be the greatest age of visual poetry, in a time when the methods of production and distribution are such that the form can →
Are we in danger of losing our memory? Lynne Brindley, Head of the British Library, has warned that as websites come and go, the memory of the nation may disappear too, leaving historians →
Inge Records, USA, 2008, English
The “Parental Advisory Explicit Content” logo in black and white stripes, as with all mandatory logos, has been creatively used for ironising a feature which is still very →
It has been almost ten years since the launch of Life Sharing by the (then) enfants terribles of net.art known as 0100101110101101.org. The project, which lasted three years, involved the automatic publication in →
“Tumbarumba” by New York-based media artist Ethan Ham is a Firefox extension that implants stories by “outstanding authors” into the text of ordinary websites. This unexpected infiltration of poetry into common everyday web →
Twitter is the web service that perfectly epitomizes the information sharing addiction of our age. The micro-blogging platform allows users to create a constant flow of short text-based messages (tweets) that can be spread →