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El arte del siglo XXI, los artistas y su capacidad para integrar las nuevas tendencias tecnológicas en sus creaciones
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A Brief History of Animated #GIF Art, Part four - by Paddy Johnson /// #netart #gifart

A Brief History of Animated #GIF Art, Part four - by Paddy Johnson /// #netart #gifart | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it
In the final chapter of her history of GIF art, Paddy Johnson chronicles the heyday of Google+ and the explosion of brick-and-mortar GIF art exhibitions.

 

Welcome to part four of this brief journey through the rich history of one of the newest and most popular art forms, the animated GIF. The previous installments are “The Early Years: 1997–2008", “Group Blogs, Surf Clubs, and the Beginning of Social Networking," and “A Brief History of Animated GIF Art: Part Three, Tumblr."

 

Much has changed in the world of animated GIF makers over the past few years. Social networking sites have become a lot more accommodating to larger GIF file sizes. Limited run online exhibitions have grown in popularity, as have brick and mortar events. As with the Tumblr history outlined in the previous chapter, there's too much activity to document all of it. In this last section, I will outline some of the more seminal sites and exhibitions from between 2011 and 2014, as well as some very recent developments.

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Conductor: www.mta.me, an online interactive string instrument - by Alexander Chen

At www.mta.me, Conductor turns the New York subway system into an interactive string instrument. Using the MTA's actual subway schedule, the piece begins in realtime by spawning trains which departed in the last minute, then continues accelerating through a 24 hour loop. The visuals are based on Massimo Vignelli's 1972 diagram. (More info at this blog post.)

 

In its first week of launch, mta.me was picked up by The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Engadget, Gizmodo, Mashable, Creativity, Fast Company, Gawker, Wired, and more.

 


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Patatap - portable animation and sound kit (web based) by Jono Brandel

Patatap - portable animation and sound kit (web based) by Jono Brandel | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit. With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes. While easy to pick up there is a wide range of possibilities. Switch between multiple color palettes and matching soundscapes on the fly. Whether its on your laptop, desktop, mobile phone, or tablet Patatap invites creators of all ages to engage the mind and senses in a different type of creation process. ...


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Netplasticism - Using the Web as A medium for abstract expressionism curated by Alexander Dekker

Netplasticism - Using the Web as A medium for abstract expressionism curated by Alexander Dekker | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

Using the Web as A medium for abstract expressionism. The term is a portmanteau of neo-plasticism and net.art.


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Quakescape 3D Fabricator, interactive installation by James Boock

Quakescape 3D Fabricator, interactive installation by James Boock | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

Quakescape is a 3D fabricator that works by taking earthquake data from the site GeoNet (www.geonet.org.nz) and transferring it into the medium of art by using paint and Arduino technology. Quakescape creates a transformation of data that is often seen as negative and changes it into a completely different medium that is artistic, physical and uttely unique. The surface that the paint is extruded onto is a CNC routed landscape section of Christchurch.

 

This acts as the blank canvas and allows the paint to move around the landscape creating amazing colourful visuals. The colours represent the magnitude of the earthquakes. The fabricator is run on two horizontal axis by stepper motors powered by G-code generated through Arduino. This allows the nozzle head to be moved to the precise location of the earthquake. Once location is determined paint is then pumped from the containers through the tubes and extruded out the nozzle. This is the moment where precise magnitudinal data gets transferred into an artform.


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Net Art 2.0 | What does it mean it mean to be a new media artist today? - #mediaart

Net Art 2.0 | What does it mean it mean to be a new media artist today? - #mediaart | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

This is perhaps the most important question we want to ask ourselves when starting a discussion on Net art.

 

In the beginning, say, around 1995, there was something called Net art. No one knew what it was or what it would become. Wild experimentation was happening within a core group of internationally connected artists and writers, most of whom had never met each other, but who were able to simultaneously and continuously collaborate on various networking projects over the Internet.

 

One of the key compositional methods that initially emerged on the Net was multimedia and code remix art. In 1996, writing for the German-language online art journal Telepolis, remixthebook author Mark Amerika published one of his Amerika Online columns entitled “Surf-Sample-Manipulate...

 


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Les Dessous de L.H.O. - ou l'incontestable manque de culture de Google pour l'art! par Albertine Meunier

Les Dessous de L.H.O. - ou l'incontestable manque de culture de Google pour l'art! par Albertine Meunier | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

Dans la pièce artistique Les Dessous de L.H.O.,  Albertine Meunier prend la main sur le petit encart  proposé lors d'une recherche Google. A travers un geste artistique, elle décide que L.H.O.O.Q. de Marcel Duchamp est de la période Net Art et non tel que l'histoire de l'art le décrit de la période Dada.  voir en ligne 

 

Elle produit ainsi une sorte de Ready Made Hack sur une pièce qui est elle-même un Ready made.

En effet, dans le détournement d'origine Marcel Duchamp ajoute des moustaches à La Joconde et transforme d'un simple geste l'oeuvre originale de Léonard de Vinci. A son tour, Albertine appose la mention Net Art aux réponses données par Google pour l'oeuvre L.H.O.O.Q. de Marcel Duchamp en parvenant à modifier l'information directement dans le Knowledge Graph de Google.


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Social Collider - an artistic datavisualization of twitter - by Karsten Schmidt & Sascha Pohflepp

Social Collider - an artistic datavisualization of twitter - by Karsten Schmidt & Sascha Pohflepp | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it
The Social Collider reveals cross-connections between conversations on Twitter. It acts as a metaphorical instrument which can be used to make visible how memes get created and how they propagate. Ideally, it might catch the Zeitgeist at work.

 

Karsten Schmidt - concept, design & programming (@toxi)

Sascha Pohflepp - concept, design (@plugimi)


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or-bits.com - an online curatorial project - web-based shows and a blog

or-bits.com - an online curatorial project - web-based shows and a blog | ARTE, ARTISTAS E INNOVACIÓN TECNOLÓGICA | Scoop.it

or-bits.com is an online curatorial project, a platform for the production, display and distribution of commissioned artworks and critical writing.
or-bits.com is devoted to exploring ways we perceive things, promoting practices and dialogues across and beyond media, and to thinking over and working with the empty web page.


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