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”).
Net.Art already belongs to media archaeology as Oslo 2003 “Written in Stone” exhibition clearly stated. Exhibiting net art has always been all about commitment, because it is simply not possible to avoid interpretation if →
The MIT Press, 480 pages, English, ISBN-13: 978-0262195881
There are few books that can be described as “essential” in a specific field. This is one of them. Salter extensively explores performances intertwined →
All that happens in Coded Sensation is generated by touch. Hands sinuously caress bodies and objects that are completely covered by a shiny and iridescent black cloth, from which sounds emanate. →
Eternal Summer Storm is the first experiment proposed by Choy Ka Fai within the framework of the Prospectus for a Future Body: an ambitious project whose goal, according to the →
Mechanical Games is an online sports-themed video contest. The five competition categories (lifting weights, swimming, hockey, fencing, volleyball) can be realistically represented or interpreted freely (sometimes with surreal results) through 30-60-minute →
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The idea of the nonconformist as no longer the black sheep but the one now wearing a digital player and headphones admirably sums up the theme of the 2010 →
White noise is usually used for a couple of its unique properties: its being able to cut through background noise, which leads to it being implemented in emergency vehicle sirens, and the →
Google Street View is an application that allows users to virtually dive into Google’s popular Maps feature and travel around at street level. It uses millions of 3D photographs →
The tap-dance rhythmic lines are the protagonists in SoleNoid ß by Peter William Holden. Eight glossy tap-dance shoes, placed symmetrically in a circle, are animated by a computer connected with circuits controlling →
Blind people have a different conventional way to “see.” They use a walking stick to sense borders around them, and their task is made easier when they can use a special rubber guidance →