Kickended by Silvio Lorusso is online database artwork archiving the Kickstarted campaigns that got not even a single penny. This competitive aesthetics of failure has been able to attract the attention of major national newspapers (from the British “The Guardian” to the Italian “Corriere della Sera”).
What sound do we hear when the machines “talk” to each other? We are partly excluded from this conversation because the human body is not designed to “hear” machine language. Through the work “Speak / Fala” Rejane Cantoni and Leonardo →
Among the media used for artistic purposes, the vinyl record has played a special role. It has been around for more than a century and has outlasted many others. It is one of the very few media that can function →
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 →
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 →
In recent decades, and perhaps nudged by the exponential growth of new technologies, media artists have demonstrated not only an increasing interest in the history of technology, but also with the non-synchronous merging →
Exploring the urban space with the nose: the work “Blind Smell Stick” by Peter de Cupere invites us to rediscover the familiar spaces in which we live. The object created →