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.
Since 2006, the RYBN collective has been using the tools of data mining (automated extraction of knowledge from large amounts of data) to subvert its own goals, building unusual representations and analyses of →
At Patterns + Pleasure Festival in Amsterdam STEIM presented the premiere of several pieces written by Tom Johnson for the Gandini Juggling company. For these pieces STEIM developed a set of interactive juggling →
ISBN: 978-3868951387, Kontejner/Revolver, Croatia, 2010, 242 pages
If you don’t know Kontejner you’ve missed something important. This curatorial collective based in Zagreb has already a decade of history (celebrated in this book), →
Soplarte is a performance by an orchestra of wind instruments built using the technique of glass blowing. Recently performed at the EMAF festival 2011 in Osnabrueck, this unique ensemble was born out of the →
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 →
Check the Interferenze photo set here.
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 →