Neural is a printed magazine established in 1993 dealing with new media art, electronic music and hacktivism. It was founded…
Situated in the urban centre of Berlin, the centre currently functions as a cultural centre where new ideas ‘radiate’ out in all directions. The basic thought of the concept of dialogue is openness (as opposed to restriction): for new forms, unconventional ideas, an interdisciplinary approach, unexpected fusions, and surprising insights.
MEET THE MEDIA GURU is the meeting’s program with international leaders in digital culture and innovation designed to the professional world and to the general public.
1. La net.art a prima vista A. L’ultima forma di modernismo 1. Definizione a. net.art è un termine autoreferenziale creato…
In questi ultimi anni cinema e televisione hanno approfittato delle intuizioni del linguaggio video, neutralizzandone le specificità (tanto da chiamare “corti” le produzioni video, associandole ai cortometraggi) o affogandole nei palinsesti bulimici o saccheggiandole negli spot pubblicitari.
di Carlo Infante
<iframe width=”320″ height=”310″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/8c4kKySDUBk?feature=player_embedded” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Neil Harbisson (27 July 1982) is a British-Catalan cyborg artist, musician and performer best…
Over the years, Sonic Acts has become internationally renown as an exceptional festival for technology art with specific attention for aesthetics and research into interactivity, new forms for presentation and interfaces, interdisciplinary projects and exploring new alliances between different disciplines.
Alexei Shulgin & Natalie Bookchin’s “Introduction to net.art” served as a self aware, tongue-in-cheek manifesto for the net.art scene of the 90’s. Alexei Shulgin & Natalie Bookchin’s “Introduction to net.art” served as a self aware, tongue-in-cheek manifesto for the net.art scene of the 90’s.
The festival engages in reflective, aesthetic and speculative positions in between art, technology and culture. Every year, numerous cooperation projects articulate the relationship between technology and culture in non-linear, dynamic ways.
The MIT Comparative Media Studies (CMS) program is committed to the art of thinking across media forms, theoretical domains, cultural contexts, and historical periods. The goal of this program is not to replicate existing paradigms, but as an early CMS backer said, to prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist.
FutureEverything is an art and digital innovation agency, a catalyst for ideas, and an intermediary between a wide range of stakeholders and communities. It’s all about discovering and celebrating the latest developments at the intersection of art and technology, finding and sharing with everyone the small sparks that grow into fresh ways of seeing the world.
Pionnier sur la scène culturelle française, Le Cube est un lieu de référence pour l’art et la création numérique, ancré au cœur de l’innovation, de la pédagogie et de la société numérique. Depuis 2001, il s’est imposé en France et à l’étranger comme un lieu précurseur et emblématique sur ces domaines.
Instigated by the philosopher Bernard Stiegler, Centre Pompidou created in 2006 Institute for Research and Innovation (IRI) to anticipate the evolution of relationships between cultural institutions, their works, and the public. in August 2008, IRI has been founded as a research non-profit organization supported by Centre Pompidou, the Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Art, Microsoft France, ENSCI – Les Ateliers, Institut Telecom, the University of Tokyo and the Goldsmiths College in London.
Neil Harbisson (27 July 1982) is a British-Catalan cyborg artist, musician and performer best known for his self-extended ability to hear colors.
La Gaîté lyrique explores all forms of digital culture, adopting an inter-disciplinary approach to all the creative fields that make part of it, helping to foster connections and relationships between them. What is at stake is really the exploration of a new dimension, which is being created by these arts and technologies right before our eyes.
1999: the beginning: iMAL (interactive Media Art Laboratory), is a non-profit association created in Brussels in 1999. It was founded by individual artists, media producers, interactive designers, software engineers, and by NICC (a Belgian association of visual artists) with the objective to support artistic forms and creative practices using computer and network technologies as their medium.
Nadine is an arts laboratory aimed at developing research focusing on transdisciplinary experiments in the fields of new media and live arts. nadine is a flexible and evolving project that doesn’t shy away from questioning itself, to be able to stay on top of the constantly changing needs of the artists.