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April 06 2010

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Who would've thought. NOTHING HAS CHANGED IN 10 FUCKING YEARS. Same people, same opinions, same yawn.

March 03 2010

Finally, there was light instead of the usual crepuscular atmosphere in the exhibition space. I don't understand why media art exhibitions are so desperate to have you nose-dive into darkness and gloominess.
Japan Media Arts festival - The Art Division - we make money not art

Because it makes the gadget-shit look more serious than it is, of course!

March 01 2010

February 15 2010

hi, i'm chris collins...

Ugh, so much of this stems from the fascination of a world that he doesn't seem to understand.

February 08 2010

Livecoding As Realistic Artistic Practice - robmyers

How to turn A into B without changing its shape. Is there a theory barf bag?

February 06 2010

Weltekel, ausgelöst durch Licht- und Klanginstallationen.
Medienkunstdepression

HELL YEAH.

February 04 2010

I wonder what Dadaists would have made of the internet. It's interesting that, as far as I am aware, no contemporary artist has yet harnessed this extraordinary technology to make a significant artwork. Of course, maybe I'm wrong and am missing something great - do you know of any net-based art works that are worth a look?

Maybe you have made one (an artwork made specifically for the medium, as opposed to a film such as the one above, which uses the net only as a means of dissemination)?

If you, like me, can't find any net-based art of note, why do you think that is? Why, when there's been such a boom in contemporary art around the world, has no artist made the medium of the web his or her canvas? And if someone were to use the net as a medium, as opposed to making an image, or a video, or even an interactive Flash animation, what would the resulting art look, or sound, or feel like?

Will Gompertz, BBC 'Arts Director': 40 wild birds play a Gibson Les Paul guitar

Suck it, New Media Art.
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January 29 2010

"Ars Electronica Archive in Second Life" was produced for exhibition in "Technoclasm Cyber Arts Japan / Ars Electronica 30 years for Art and Media Technology" at Museum of Contemporary art Tokyo and The 13th Japan Media Arts Festival.
Ars Electronica Archive was launched

Can I haz pplz hung abside dwn on their testiclz plz, ya? Kthxbye.

January 07 2010

Working from an underground Art+Tech workshop with electronics bench and state-of-the-art sound system, the ArtGeek keeps it all humming. Three-letter acronyms don’t phase the ArtGeek in the least: SSH, VPN, SCP, XML, UDP, API, EC2, RSA, PGP… the ArtGeek knows them all.
Rhizome | Job Posting: San Jose Airport Art Program - Consulting Art Technician – (aka “ArtGeek”)

December 11 2009

V&A - DECODE

in partnership with FUCK YOU.

December 08 2009

November 22 2009

NEW MEDIA ART MUST DIE

The Pizza Video from the comments is 20 times better than the featured artwork. New Media Artists, listen to me: NEVER TRY TO IMPOSE THE RIDICULOUS NON-CONTEXT OF YOUR MEDIUM OF CHOICE ON ART TRADITIONS! INTERNET SEARCH ISN'T ART JUST BECAUSE IT'S ON 3 FUCKING GOLD PLATED LCD SCREENS!
Reposted fromspills spills

November 17 2009

The new media are not just mechanical gimmicks for creating worlds of illusion, but new languages with new and unique powers of expression.
— Marshall McLuhan, quoted by the Academy of Art University - School of Web Design & New Media

Crying. That's what I'd like.
Continual Partial Awareness: Premiere of a new performance by Cory Arcangel

Can you be any more useless? Boring.

November 16 2009

Dynamic Expressionism

"The work deals with embracing technology as an artistic and expressive tool and bringing digital artwork closer to the experience of creating a painting."

Uh-huh.
Live coding is a new direction in electronic music and video, and is starting to get somewhere interesting. Live coders expose and rewire the innards of software while it generates improvised music and/or visuals. All code manipulation is projected for your pleasure.
toplab uk

Livecoding is so fucking boring. I just had to say it.
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*Selection Criteria *
* Relevance of the project for the Open source development for the media arts community.
* The artistic or/and technical merit of the applicant(s).
call: OpenSource Research Residency

Emphasis mine. I cringed.
Reposted frommustername mustername
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