Tag Archives: new media art

The Aerographer, spatial anxieties

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Luiz Zanotello thinks that interpreting differences and establishing boundaries is generating “spatial anxieties” especially because we are prone to a technological mediation which is accentuating our increasing uncertainty. He interprets then these feelings in his installation “The Aerographer”, measuring the

Chris Drange – Relics

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Hatje Cantz, ISBN-13: 978-3775743624, English, 112 pages, 2017, Germany

Instagram as a visual and social phenomenon, with its seven hundred million users worldwide, should be one of the favourite topics and virtual spaces for student

Alternative Face, physiognomic mapping

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Appropriating a person’s physical data to generate programmed videos arbitrarily making use of it is technically demonstrable, using biometry and neural networks. Although outputs are still raw, the ethical concerns can arise rapidly, especially after elaborating proper manipulations. Quasimondo (Mario

Echo, colourful sculpted disasters

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The evolution of sculptures through technologies has crossed used materials and manufacturing processes, but they’re still giving shape to concepts present in our world. Even when it’s about digital technologies, sculptures have to manifest themselves, like in the case of

Hive Mind, don’t speak

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Communications technology has accustomed us to rapid developments that seem to tend to accelerate further. The web first, telephony after, plus all the declinations and variations on the theme: streaming, chatting, blogging … and this is only talking about the