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Sebastian Schmieg's Mesmerizing Blank Google Image Search Video (VIDEO)

Sebastian Schmieg's Mesmerizing Blank Google Image Search Video (VIDEO) | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
The new Google search feature lets users begin a Google search by using an image. But what happens when that image is blank?
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Rafaël Rozendaal - Interview

Rafaël Rozendaal - Interview | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
"Hyper-actif des réseaux sociaux, créateur de sites, artiste numériquement reconnu, Rafaël Rozendaal est autant un pur produit du web qu’un pionnier dans la manière qu’il a de se l’approprier. Il créé non seulement des animations et des images mais aussi de véritables expériences visuelles, sonores et gestuelles. De celles-ci découlent des usages et des appropriations nouvelles du média internet transformé pour l’occasion en musée ludique et interactif. Les sites de Rafaël Rozendaal sont une promenade vivante et pleine de candeur dans les monstrueuses étendues de codes qui font d’internet l’une des plus poductives et foisonnantes création de l’homme moderne..." - See more at: http://foolish.fr/2013/05/interview-rafael-rozendaal/#sthash.oEAEoR1I.dpuf
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PEEKASSO internet artist

PEEKASSO internet artist | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Peter Stemmler, A.K.A. Peekasso, combines pop culture images and characters from celebrities into cartoons, porn, advertisements, art, humorous GIFs, and digital collages. He put Kim Kardashian's face on Kim Jung-Un's body ("I Should Have Tried", 2013) and replaced Edvard Munch's emaciated screamer with Spongebob Squarepants's chunky friend, Patrick ("Spring", 2013). He also uses distortion techniques on human figures, turning NSFW nudes into artistic abstractions."

http://www.complex.com/art-design/2013/04/25-internet-artists-you-need-to-know/peter-stemmler

 

 

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Hex-Edit Glitch Tutorial with Evan Meaney

in this tutorial we'll talk technique on creating hex-edit glitches, the hauntology of digital media, and the rapid demise and celebration of archival art. (...
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Street Ghosts project - Google Street View made Street Art and Public Concern

Street Ghosts project - Google Street View made Street Art and Public Concern | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

 

 

 

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Panorama do Mercado da Arte Digital

Panorama do Mercado da Arte Digital | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
Nas próximas semanas publicarei uma série de artigos sobre o panorama do mercado da arte digital, mostrando iniciativas que estão dando certo e as carências do setor.
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XPO GALLERY: OFFLINE ART Exhibition curated by Aram Bartholl

XPO GALLERY: OFFLINE ART  Exhibition curated by Aram Bartholl | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
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OFFLINE ART: new2  curated by Aram Bartholl

participating artists : Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Claude Closky, Constant Dullaart, Dragan Espenschied, Faith Holland, JODI, Olia Lialina, Jonas Lund, Evan Roth, Phil Thompson, Emilie Gervais & Sarah Weis

 

"[...]The OFFLINE ART exhibition format:

Browser-based digital art works are broadcast locally from wifi routers which are not connected to the Internet.  Each art work is assigned a single wifi router which is accessible through any device, like smart-phones, tablets or laptops.  To access the different art works, the visitor has to connect to each network individually. The name of the network reflects the name of the artist. No matter what URL is opened, only the specific artwork appears in the browser. A small web server holding the art piece is installed on a USB flash drive which is connected to the router. Like frames holding the art, the routers are hung in the exhibition space which is otherwise empty. The art itself becomes visible only on the visitor's private screen.
The pieces are locally widely accessible but disconnected from the Internet

Aram Bartholl

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XPO GALLERY  17, rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth - 75003 Paris

exhibition until Saturday 23th March  2013

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Book Network Art (2006) : Practices and Positions - intersections of complex systems, technology and information

Book Network Art (2006) : Practices and Positions - intersections of complex systems, technology and information | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

Gavin Baily, Tom Corby and Jonathan Mackenzie have been working together for over 10 years, through an art practice that explores the intersections of complex systems, technology and information.`

 

Lleading artists and critics describe how artists have extended the Internet’s social and digital architectures, in order to formulate proposals for operating in the highly connected world in which we live.

 

Contributors include:
0100101110101101.ORG
Mark Amerika
Tilman Baumgaertel
Josephine Bosma
Natalie Bookchin
Sarah Cook
Corby & Baily
Charlie Gere
Lisa Jevbratt
Lucy Kimbell
Thomson and Craighead with Kris Cohen
Maciej Wisniewski
The Yes Men


Via Jacques Urbanska
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WifiTagger - F.A.T. - addie wagenknecht - 2012

WifiTagger - F.A.T. -  addie wagenknecht - 2012 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"[...] WifiTagger is a router which is enabled to tag wifi networks. Upon selecting “Free Public WifiTagger” as your network, you can tag the wifi spectrum via the WifiTaggers open UI. It can broadcast a tag up to four lines of 32 characters. Tags will be viewable within the list of wifi networks. It allows anyone with a wifi enabled device the ability to tag digital space. [...]"

 

"You can do this already without a router – just use your airport and create a new network.. done." JBC dans les commentaires.

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Temporary Stedelijk (7) - online exhibitions - 2012

Temporary Stedelijk (7) - online exhibitions - 2012 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Temporary Stedelijk (7) is the last exhibition on this website. Since February 2012 we, Kalle Mattsson and Amber van den Eeden, have organized four online exhibitions on temporarystedelijk.com and temporarystedelijk.nl. We bought these domain names when we found out the Stedelijk Museum had neglected to do so.
In the first three exhibitions ‘Temporary Stedelijk (4), (5) and (6)’ the works of young, well known and less well known artists from Amsterdam were shown. Artists who are connected to the city of Amsterdam.
In this last virtual exhibition we have chosen to show net art: an art form which takes place within the context of the computer. We thought this was a fitting way to end our online initiative. Net art is a field in which the Netherlands has played a significant role on an international level since the beginning of the 90's. Yet, within the Netherlands it keeps escaping the attention of most curators, museums and therefore the audience.
We have put together a collection of works by the very early pioneers and the young generations of net artists of today. It gives an overview of what has happened in the field of net art over the last 17 years.
Temporary Stedelijk (7) shows works by http://wwwwwwwww.jodi.org

Jodi

http://www.constantdullaart.com/

Constant Dullaart

http://ctrlaltdel.org/

Peter Luining

http://www.leegte.org/

Jan Robert Leegte

http://www.neddam.info/

Mouchette

http://studiomoniker.com/

Moniker

http://jonaslund.com/

Jonas Lund

http://www.newrafael.com/

Rafaël Rozendaal

http://jonathansachsemikkelsen.com/

Jonathan Sachse Mikkelsen.

 

The contributions in text are written by

http://www.josephinebosma.com/web/

Josephine Bosma

http://aaaan.net/hub/annet-dekker/

Annet Dekker

http://nimk.nl/

Petra Heck

http://monoskop.org/Sandra_Fauconnier

Sandra Fauconnier.

 

Thank you for visiting,

Amber & Kalle"

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Vidéo: Robert Cailliau, les origines du World Wide Web (www)

"Robert Cailliau, l'inventeur belge du web était à Mons ce lundi 22 octobre 2012 dans le cadre du cycle de conférence "Pionniers de l'Internet en Europe" organisé par le Mundaneum avec le soutien de Google."

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Abécédaire du Web - Joanne Lalonde - 2012 - Presses de l'Université du Québec

Abécédaire du Web - Joanne Lalonde - 2012 - Presses de l'Université du Québec | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Ce livre présente un répertoire de vingt-six concepts qui décrivent de manière synthétique les enjeux théoriques et critiques autour de la création hypermédiatique, plus spécifiquement les œuvres artistiques et littéraires conçues pour une diffusion sur Internet. Il accompagne une exposition virtuelle du même nom, produite et diffusée par le Laboratoire NT2 de l’UQAM."

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Le mode de présentation du netart - Chatonsky - 2012

Le mode de présentation du netart - Chatonsky - 2012 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Parfois on me demande d’exposer dans un espace muséal des oeuvres créées pour Internet. Je n’ai pas en la matière une réponse toute faite car la relation d’un dispositif à un contexte est complexe et variable. Ce que j’ai par contre remarqué c’est que dans de nombreux cas un tel transport dans un espace de monstration est malaisé et que cette difficulté joue le rôle de révélateur du mode d’être du netart.[...]"

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I've been playing the same game of Civilization II for almost 10 years. This is the result. : gaming

I've been playing the same game of Civilization II for almost 10 years. This is the result. : gaming | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"http://imgur.com/a/rAnZs I've been playing the same game of Civ II for 10 years. Though long outdated, I grew fascinated with this particular game be[...]"

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25 Internet Artists You Need to Know

25 Internet Artists You Need to Know | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Whether you believe that art imitates life or that life imitates art (or both), there's one thing we can all agree on—the advent of the Internet has changed the process of art-making and art's reception forever. In many cases, artists use their work to critique the aesthetic and impact of the digital age, using screenshots, collage, and an extreme combination of mediums to comment on the way we relate to the Internet. While many are skeptical about the place of this art beyond the world wide web, it's undoubtedly an important new lane in art history. Make sure you remember these 25 Internet Artists You Need to Know and their work next time you're thinking about your own Internet consumption."
An Xiao, Penelope Umbrico, Peter Stemmler, Rafaël Rozendaal, Tabor Robak, Ryder Ripps, Lorna Mills, Michael Manning, Jonas Lund, Guthrie Lonergan, Rollin Leonard, Oliver Laric, Parker Ito, Joel Holmberg, Martijn Hendriks, Joe Hamilton, Alexandra Gorczynski, Constant Dullaart, Aleksandra Domanovic, Petra Cortright, Jennifer Chan, Mark Callahan, John Michael Boling, Michael Bell-Smith, Anthony Antonellis.

 

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Glitchbrowser | www.furtherfield.org

Glitchbrowser | www.furtherfield.org | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
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"The term "glitch", coined in 1962 by former U.S. astronaut John Glenn, originally referred to a spike or change in voltage in an electrical current. The meaning of the word glitch has since expanded to refer to any unmistakable yet unexplainable hiccup in what would otherwise be a smoothly functioning system. When referring to computer glitches, they range from the merely annoying to the panic-inducing symptom of a full-scale systems breakdown (e.g., the "blue screen of death"). On the other hand, glitches can also be about serendipity, a full-on happy accident, embracing a mistake and running with it, or functioning as a veritable readymade. In the case of artists Dimtre Lima and Iman Morandi's Glitchbrowser, a fascination with glitch-as-metaphor serves as a conceptual basis for a work of Internet art.

Generally speaking, Glitchbrowser is not the first of its kind in that it is preceded by other alternative browsers, or what some have referred to as "browser art". Some of these predecessors include the work of Jodi, I/O/D's Web Stalker, Mark Napier's Shredder, and Maciej Wisniewski's Netomat. Like its predecessors, Glitchbrowser shunts aside notions of how the web (or even computer interfaces in general) is "supposed" to look or "supposed" to work. Therefore, in order to discuss Glitchbrowser, I feel it would be helpful to construct a brief art historical context, as well as a brief description of the aforementioned examples.[...]"

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Glitch Codec Tutorial [glitch art demo] full tutorial

a tutorial on the technical, theoretical, and critical process of glitch art in six parts. for downloads + more info visit: http://nickbriz.com/glitchcodectutorial
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Rhizome | An Incomplete Timeline of Online Exhibitions and Biennials

Rhizome | An Incomplete Timeline of Online Exhibitions and Biennials | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
Rhizome is dedicated to the creation, presentation, preservation, and critique of emerging artistic practices that engage technology.
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"This concise history is an HTML page that offers a partial list of online exhibitions and biennials that took place from 1991-2013, with short text descriptions of each and several screen captures of the projects included. Oliver Laric created this work in response to an invitation to participate in BiennaleOnline 2013, an online exhibition that opened on April 26, 2013. Organizers ARTPLUS had described the project as "the first exclusively online biennial exhibition of contemporary art." Described in its title as "incomplete," Laric's timeline should not seen as an authoritative history of the online exhibition, but as an artist's response to this ahistorical assertion.[...]"

 
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Ten Myths of Internet Art by Jon Ippolito 2002

Ten Myths of Internet Art by Jon Ippolito 2002 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
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"Myth Number 1: The Internet is a medium for delivering miniature forms of other art mediums.
Myth Number 2: Internet art is appreciated only by an arcane subculture.
Myth Number 3: To make Internet art requires expensive equipment and special training.
Myth Number 4: Internet art contributes to the “digital divide.”
Myth Number 5: Internet art = Web art.
Myth Number 6: Internet art is a form of Web design.
Myth Number 7: Internet art is a form of technological innovation.
Myth Number 8: Internet art is impossible to collect.
Myth Number 9: Internet art will never be important because you can’t sell a Web site.
Myth Number 10: Looking at Internet art is a solitary experience.""This article identifies ten myths about Internet Art, and expalins the difficulties museums and others have understanding what it means to make art for the Internet. In identifying these common misconceptions, the author offers insight on successful online works, provides inspiration to Internet artists, and explains that geographical location does not measure success when making art for the Internet. The article also mentions that the World Wide Web is only one of the many parts that make up the Internet. Other online protocols include email, peer-to-peer instant messaging, video-conferencing software, MP3 audio files, and text-only environments like MUDs and MOOs. The author concludes his list of myths with the idea that surfing the Internet is not a solitary experience. Online communities and listservers, along with interactive Internet artworks that trace viewers and integrate their actions into respective interfaces, prove that the Internet is a social mechanism."

"Jon Ippolito is an artists and the Assistant Curator of Media Arts at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. His collaboration Fair e-Tales can be found at http://www.three.org. The Edge of Art, a book on creativity and the Internet revolution is forthcoming from Thames & Hudson."

 

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KIDMOGR∆PH|THE SØURCE

KIDMOGR∆PH|THE SØURCE | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
Gustavo | Lost in Time/Space | My not so daily .gifs. | glitchs| datamosh | @kidmograph |...
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animated GIFs created by Gustavo Fernando Torres, a traditional & digital Illustrator, platic artist from Argentina.

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My One Year Old on Twitter « Helmut Smits

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abesmits J V. . , ,MBMVMMBBMMMNB BMBMMMBMMMNMMNVNNVNVMXNXMXMXXBBJNNNNMMMMMMMMMMMM M NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

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Yes we can… Remix and Mashup !!!

Yes we can… Remix and Mashup !!! | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

Petit tour d’horizon des tensions et innovations juridiques en matière de mashup et de remix ! 

Par @calimaq (23 juin 2012)

 

http://scinfolex.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/yes-we-can-remix-and-mashup/


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Festival Mal au Pixel #7 | La Gaîté lyrique. Du 27 octobre au 30 décembre 2012

Festival Mal au Pixel #7 | La Gaîté lyrique. Du 27 octobre au 30 décembre 2012 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
Issu du réseau international Pixelache, Mal au Pixel mène une prospective sur la création contemporaine liée aux nouveaux médias et aux transformations culturelles, sociales et politiques qu’ils induisent.

"Le festival s’intéresse aux rapports entre art et société, aux pratiques fondées sur des outils ouverts et collaboratifs, à la basse technologie et au “faire soi-même”.

Du 27 octobre au 30 décembre 2012, Mal au Pixel déploie une exposition, des ateliers pratiques et une série de rencontres. Le festival invite artistes, chercheurs, hackers et activistes internationaux pour un ensemble d’installations et de prototypes qui détournent de manière ludique les technologies de surveillance et de contrôle. Cette 7e édition fêtera les 10 ans du réseau international Pixelache.[...]"

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Internet comme espace de création anarchique – Interview de Gerard Hovagimyan, net-artiste - 2009

Internet comme espace de création anarchique – Interview de Gerard Hovagimyan, net-artiste - 2009 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"Gerard Hovagimyan (né en 1950) est un des pionniers américains du Net Art. Depuis plus de 30 ans, il a développé un travail expérimental dans différents groupes et mouvements artistiques : les installations et performances vidéos dans les années 70, le cinéma et les performances punk dans les années 80, et le Net Art dans les années 90. Ses dernières oeuvres utilisent la performance en réseau, des installations interactives et sonores pour aborder des thématiques souvent politiques et polémiques comme l’oppression culturelle des mass-media, le poliquement-correct aux USA, ou la nouvelle société de surveillance. Dans un contexte actuel où les tentatives de contrôle de l’Internet se concrétisent et se multiplient, le point de vue critique de cet artiste « défricheur » et expérimentateur du Web est des plus enrichissants. Il semblait aussi très intéressant de vous faire découvrir cet artiste qui, par son parcours artistique, a fait le lien entre la contestation underground des années 70 et celle d’aujourd’hui.[...]" Interview en anglais par Audrey Bartis de Gerard Hovagimyan

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Chinese Dissident Artist Ai Wei Wei Does Gangnam Style

Chinese Dissident Artist Ai Wei Wei Does Gangnam Style | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it

"If you thought that Korean pop (K-pop) artist Psy's 15 minutes were over, THINK AGAIN. His infectious, worldwide hit, "Gangnam Style" is still alive and kicking—not only did Psy show some Gangnam moves to United Nations Secretary General Ban-ki Moon, Chinese dissident artist Ai Wei Wei just realized his version of the song[...]"

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Une soirée au premier festival de vidéos de LOLcats | Slate - 2012

Une soirée au premier festival de vidéos de LOLcats | Slate - 2012 | Art en Réseau | Scoop.it
Le Walker Art Center de Minneapolis organisait cette semaine cet évènement inédit, entre Keyboard Cat, chats ninjas et chats neurasthéniques.

"Depuis à peu près douze millénaires, les humains ont recherché la compagnie de chats domestiques. Nous les logeons, nous les nourrissons, nous les cajolons. En retour, ils sautent la tête la première dans nos sacs à provisions.C'est de cette ancienne transaction qu'est né le tout premier festival de vidéos de LOLcats de l'histoire, organisé par le Walker Art Center de Minneapolis (Minnesota) jeudi 30 août. Oui, le célèbre musée d'art moderne a dédié toute une soirée à une projection publique de vidéos de chats en train de faire des trucs débiles. La demande était évidemment énorme: après avoir sollicité les internautes, le musée a reçu 10.000 propositions. Le cerveau du festival, Katie Hill, les a toutes regardées pour en extraire un concentré de 65 minutes de facéties félines.[...]"

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