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SPAMM POWER (ϟℙ∀ℳℳ▁ℙϴШ€ℜ_TOUR) / (Physical & online exhibitions) // #netart #mediaart

SPAMM POWER (ϟℙ∀ℳℳ▁ℙϴШ€ℜ_TOUR) / (Physical & online exhibitions) // #netart #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

SPAMM POWER (ϟℙ∀ℳℳ▁ℙϴШ€ℜ_TOUR) / (PHYSICAL & ONLINE EXHIBITIONS)

SPAMM (SuPer Art Modern Museum)
http://www.spamm.fr

We_Are_The_Power, We_Are_Internet❗️
We_Are_Now, We_Are_Here❗️
We_Are_SPAMM❗️
We_Are_Happy❗️
We_Are_TAAZ*❗️
We_Are_Art❗️

��___CURATORS
Ellectra Radikalal & Michaël Borras A.K.A Systaime

��__03 / 31 / 2017 - 04 / 14 / 2017 / 19 H 19 @ Parsons Paris
SPAMM_POWER EXHIBITION / R3FRAG 
http://dtparis.com/refrag_3/

��___04 / 14 / 2017 / 14 H 14 @ Parsons Paris
OPEN_HOUSE_TAAZ*_SPAMM_POWER_AFTERNOON_PARTY @ R3FRAG / TEMPORARY AUTONOMOUS ART ZONE 
http://dtparis.com/refrag_3/

COM’ W!TH YOUR ART / OPEN EXH!B!TION / COM’ W!TH YOUR LAPTOP / OPEN SCREEN!ING / SHOW YOUR ART AND DR!NK WATER / BE A PART OF TH!S EXH!B!T!ON !N PROGRESS…

 

For ϟℙ∀ℳℳ▁ℙϴШ€ℜ, we wanted to identify the paths that artists plot on social networks to the convergence of several digital disciplines, to identify the links between the different groups of practices and research, and then to reconstitute a unit in a set open for this Exhibition to be discovered on the site SPAMM.fr

UFOs of the web, flux electrons, artists and hackers of images and sounds, each figure has its own meaning. Together they form a larger drawing.

Beyond the comfort zones, beyond criticism and confrontations, divergent feelings,

SPAMM lives on the web well before thinking.

SPAMM is an open space that does not contain its boundary.

SPAMM is NO BORDER.

SPAMM is the quantity not the scarcity.

SPAMM is the horizontal space of digital creation.

SPAMM is an irreducible complexity that escapes the domain of words. ...

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The GIF Is Dead. Long Live the GIF - The Long, Remarkable History of the #GIF - By Eric Limer

The GIF Is Dead. Long Live the GIF - The Long, Remarkable History of the #GIF - By Eric Limer | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

How one humble file type ruled the internet for decades.

 

November 5, 1999, was Burn All GIFs Day. Had you visited its homepage that Friday, you would have seen the movement's game plan laid out as plainly as its name: "On Burn All GIFs Day, all GIF users will gather at Unisys and burn all their GIF files." This, alongside a selection of pointedly anti-GIF imagery—all proudly PNG files.

 

Despite the obvious joke of setting files on fire, acknowledged with a winking plea to "extinguish all GIFs before leaving the vicinity," the anger was real and the mission was earnest: to free the web from the scourge of the GIF once and for all.

Already more than a decade old and with roots reaching back half a decade before the World Wide Web itself, the GIF was showing its age. It offered support for a paltry 256 colors. Its animation capabilities were easily rivaled by a flipbook. It was markedly inferior to virtually every file format that had followed it.

 

On top of that, there were the threats of litigation from parent companies and patent-holders which had been looming over GIF users for five long years before the fiery call to action. By Burn All GIFs Day, the GIF was wobbling on the precipice of destruction. Those who knew enough to care deeply about file formats and the future of the web were marching on the gates, armed with PNGs of torches and pitchforks.

 

And yet, somehow, here we are. Seventeen years later, the GIF not only isn't dead. It rules the web.

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DR. BOO BOO #6 : "#Glitch" | ARTE Creative /// via SYSTAIME // #netart

DR. BOO BOO #6 : "#Glitch" | ARTE Creative /// via SYSTAIME // #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Docteur Boo Boo est de retour et c’est à Paris qu’il choisit d’offrir une conceptualisation du "GLITCH" : singularité, anomalie, défaillance électrique, électronique qui entraîne des dysfonctionn
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TRIANGULATION - digital art based research

TRIANGULATION - digital art based research | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

TRIANGULATION is a digital art based research founded in January 2010 which encourages the dissemination of creative concepts and aesthetics from fields such as Computer Graphics, Internet & Video Art with a high emphasis on abstract and geometric aesthetics as well as on experimental processes and techniques.


TRIANGULATION is constantly looking for the most challenging artworks of modern times, covering an era from early abstract aesthetics and pioneers techniques from experimental video art as well as on computer graphics and video games to the most innovative programming languages developed for the internet where conceptual ideas, digital aesthetics and technology are connected within the popular culture. It also gives an huge importance to emerging and talented young artists working on these visual territories and bringing fresh and dynamic concepts to the digital age. ...
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Ways of Something / Lorna Mills - Episode 1

Ways of Something”, is a contemporary remake of John Berger’s BBC documentary, “Ways of Seeing” (1972). Commissioned by The One Minutes, at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam and compiled by Lorna Mills, the first episode consists of one-minute videos by 30 web-based artists who commonly work with 3D rendering, gifs, film remix, webcam performances, and websites to describe the cacophonous conditions of artmaking after the internet.

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THIS IS NOT REAL by Haydiroket - 20-10 > 10-11-2014 - Visit Gallery0nline

THIS IS NOT REAL by Haydiroket - 20-10 > 10-11-2014 - Visit Gallery0nline | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Unreal Internet Artworks -created with unknown technologies- of Haydiroket from another galaxy.

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Working under the pseudonym Haydiroket (http://www.haydiroket.com), Mert Keskin is one of Tumblrís resident GIF editors. Since being exposed to the Atari game system at the age of 5, Keskin has been drawn to the digital world much like empty stomachs are drawn to the delicious lure of pizza, and was part of some Demoscene groups in the 90s before having his talents tapped by the likes of MTV and Tumblr.

You did REAL good, kid!
I won't forget it.
Here, go get yourself a pizza.

About the Gallery : http://gallery0nline.wordpress.com/

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De l’art « post-Internet » | On “post-Internet” Art (fr+en) by Zérodeux Revue - #netart #mediaart

De l’art « post-Internet » | On “post-Internet” Art (fr+en) by Zérodeux Revue - #netart #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

On a pu remarquer il y a déjà quelque temps l’apparition du terme « post-Internet » visant à qualifier et à analyser les pratiques d’une nouvelle génération d’artistes, nés dans les années quatre-vingt et marqués par l’influence d’Internet lors de leur formation artistique dans les années deux mille. Cette dernière décennie fut en effet celle de la démocratisation du web (avec sa version 2.0), de l’apogée des réseaux sociaux, d’un accès illimité à la connaissance et de la vente en ligne, autant d’outils propices à la création artistique à une époque où semble acquis le principe d’interdisciplinarité dans les arts visuels. ....


Some time ago the term “post-Internet” came to our attention, used to describe and analyze the activities of a new generation of artists, born in the 1980s and marked by the influence of the Internet during their artistic training in the 2000s. This last decade in fact witnessed the democratization of the web (with its 2.0 version), the peak of social networks, unlimited access to knowledge, and online sales, all tools favourable to artistic creation at a time when the principle of inter-disciplinarity in the visual arts seems to be a given. Yet this term, post-Internet, seems to focus on art praxes which regard the Internet not only as a work tool but also as an aesthetic godsend per se, both self-sufficient and making it possible to explore and inform the boundless complexity of our contemporary societies.....

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SUPER IMPORTANT TWEET - GIVE YOUR TWEETS THE ATTENTION THEY DESERVE

SUPER IMPORTANT TWEET - GIVE YOUR TWEETS THE ATTENTION THEY DESERVE | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Made By Ramin, Moises, Tom & Qanta

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GeoGoo - google maps netart by JODI

GeoGoo - google maps netart by JODI | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

'Jodi, or jodi.org, is the duo of the artists Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans. They started creating artworks for the Web, later they also turned to software art and artistic computer game modification. Now, they have been in what has been called their "Screen Grab" period, making video works by recording the computer monitor's output while working, playing video games, or coding.'


Their website globalmove.us is a portal to the wold of mapping with Google Maps and Google Earth, a spinning, twirling and hopping approach. If previously the icons made you feel ridiculous this is heaven. It is a very fascinating visualisation?animation using web based mapping tools , on the other hand it is quite annoying and without context that one could start making sense of what is going on on the screen. In the end it really shows how these tools manipulated our daily experience. I like it.  ... >>> http://urbantick.blogspot.be/2010/05/geogoooooo-icons-on-maps.html

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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 | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | 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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Nicolas Sassoon : Surfclubs et musées virtuels, même combat ?

Nicolas Sassoon : Surfclubs et musées virtuels, même combat ? | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Où exposer les oeuvres virtuelles dans un monde artistique en mutation ? Rencontre avec Nicolas Sassoon, Net-Artist tout-terrain.

 

Artiste digital, Nicolas Sassoon a été exposé dans les surfs clubs, dans les musées réels lors du Eyebeam de New York ou dans les expositions virtuelles comme ll Labirinto du Cristallo et, aujourd’hui, le SPAMM. Mais après tout, quelle est la différence ?

 

Nicolas Sassoon ouvre son travail à différents types d’expositions, d’une part par la vidéo-projection, conçue comme une “fenêtre imaginaires dévoilant de nouveaux espaces, des papiers peints qui s’animent et donnent aux espaces des allures de grottes fantastiques“. Mais aussi en diffusant sa production sur internet, en expo I.R.L, ou même en collaborant avec des couturiers ! Alors… Net-Art is everywhere ? ...

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The gif player by Pieterjan Grandry

The gif player by Pieterjan Grandry | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

A machine capable of playing analogue animated gif’s. Made for the occasion of  ’The animated gif exhibition’ at ‘Universiteit Antwerpen’.

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VisGIF - experiment investigates the use of animated GIF to better communicate

VisGIF - experiment investigates the use of animated GIF to better communicate | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

This experiment investigates the use of animated GIF to better communicate Information Visualization techniques, insights or projects. We provide you with a Google Chrome extension to quickly capture and share the image as a GIF: what can you do with it?


Via Audrey Bardon
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The Troll of Internet Art // By Adrian Chen - #webart #netart

The Troll of Internet Art // By Adrian Chen - #webart #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
On a recent afternoon, Brad Troemel showed me an image of a sculpture that seemed beyond belief: seven hundred monarch butterflies stacked on a levitating magnetic pedestal. Troemel had devised the sculpture six months before, and listed it, for twelve hundred dollars, in his online art store, Ultra Violet Production House.

 

The work looked catalogue-slick, but it didn’t actually exist; the image had been created in Photoshop. The buyer would receive the components to make the work, along with directions for assembling it and a certificate of authenticity. Then she would build it herself, gluing on the butterflies one at a time. Troemel had calculated that the butterflies would weigh about thirteen

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Turbulence.org | Commissioning and Supporting #NetArt - New Website by Mushon Zer-Aviv

Turbulence.org | Commissioning and Supporting #NetArt - New Website by Mushon Zer-Aviv | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

In 1996, New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. (NRPA) extended its mandate from experimental radio art to net art and launched its pioneering web site http://turbulence.org/ Turbulence works creatively explore the Internet as a site of production and transmission. This includes work by emerging and established individual artists and collectives. Turbulence has commissioned over 200 works and hosted more than twenty multilocation streaming performance events. As networking technologies have developed wireless capabilities and become mobile, Turbulence has remained at the forefront of the field by commissioning, exhibiting, and archiving the new hybrid networked art forms that have emerged.


Turbulence works have been included in the Whitney Museum of American Art's Biennial ('00, '02, '04), and its Bit Streams and Data Dynamics exhibitions; Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea; Ars Electronica, Austria; International Festival of New Cinema and New Media, Montreal; European Media Arts Festival, Germany; and the Sundance Film Festival, among many others. Several have been awarded Prix Ars Electronica.

Turbulence also hosts and exhibits work through its Spotlight, Artists' Studios, and Guest Curator sections, and provides free information about developments in new media through its world-renowned blogs...

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#Call - Transnumériques #Awards 2015 - Art(s) & Network(s) - Special #GIF - #netart #webart

#Call - Transnumériques #Awards 2015 - Art(s) & Network(s) - Special #GIF - #netart #webart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

In the framework of the Festival of digital cultures, Transnumeriques (an event of Mons2015, European Capital of Culture), Transcultures, Media and Sound Arts Centre, launches 3 calls for proposals to participate to the 2015 edition of its Transnumeriques Awards – Art(s) and Network(s).

for french : http://bit.ly/artcall-netart-gif-transcultures-2015-fr


For this edition, Transcultures will focus its awards on the GIF and its animated images, (usually in a loop). Back to the earlier Web, the GIFs were very simple. In a late 2000s, a new generation of artists has emerged and promoted GIFs as a work of art in itself. Lately, GIF works have bee part of multiple online exhibitions, but also, exhibitions in contemporary art galleries. Transcultures is especially interested by the relation the art of GIF generates as meeting points of a certain culture which it became, if not the emblem, in any case the exercise of style…

3 deadlines for minimum 3 exhibitions in 2015.
3 deadlines pour minimum 3 exposition en 2015.

@ Festival Videoformes Fest
deadline : 01/03/2015
exhibition 19 > 21/03/2015

@ ARTour Biennale, Contemporary art and patrimony
deadline : 01/04/2015
exhibition 26/6 > 30/08/2015

@ Les Transnumériques / Mons 2015, European Capitals of Culture
deadline : 01/08/2015
exhibition 27/11 >12/12/2015

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I'm Google by Dina Kelberman: A Visual Exploration of Google Image Search - #netart

I'm Google by Dina Kelberman: A Visual Exploration of Google Image Search - #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

I’m Google is an ongoing tumblr blog in which batches of images and videos that I cull from the internet are compiled into a long stream-of-consciousness. The batches move seamlessly from one subject to the next based on similarities in form, composition, color, and theme. This results visually in a colorful grid that slowly changes as the viewer scrolls through it. Images of houses being demolished transition into images of buildings on fire, to forest fires, to billowing smoke, to geysers, to bursting fire hydrants, to fire hoses, to spools of thread. The site is constantly updated week after week, batch by batch, sometimes in bursts, sometimes very slowly.

The blog came out of my natural tendency to spend long hours obsessing over Google Image searches, collecting photos I found beautiful and storing them by theme. Often the images that interest me are of industrial or municipal materials or everyday photo snapshots. I do not select images or videos that appear to be intentionally artistic. Happily, the process of researching various themes in this way has lead to unintentionally learning about topics I might never have otherwise, including structural drying, bale feeders, B2P, VAWTs, screw turbines, the cleveland pack, and powder coating.

I feel that my experience wandering through Google Image Search and YouTube hunting for obscure information and encountering unexpected results is a very common one. My blog serves as a visual representation of this phenomenon. This ability to endlessly drift from one topic to the next is the inherently fascinating quality that makes the internet so amazing.


... http://dinakelberman.com/imgoogle/imgoogle.html

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Charlie. a.k.a. big blue boo on tumblr - share something everyday...

Charlie. a.k.a. big blue boo on tumblr - share something everyday... | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

This tumblr is part of my effort to put things out there.  I like sharing what I do.  But I haven’t done much of it until now.


Over the past few years I’ve restricted my sharing to moments of launching finished apps or particularly polished toys.  For every one thing I finish, however, there are several that end up gathering dust in the /development or /experiments or /sketches folder.


This is a place where, going forward, some of those things can see the light of day.  It will be mostly new stuff.  My goal is to share something every day.


I’m going to focus on the impractical, weird, serendipitous, and fun.  ...

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PIXELINN exhibition - 87 Artists online - by digitaliiis - #pixel #netart

PIXELINN exhibition - 87 Artists online - by digitaliiis - #pixel #netart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Ce premier volet
intitulé "28 secondes" est une immersion dans le pixel.
il se destine à la vidéo actuelle et ses techniques.
Le temps, les limites et ses variables en sont les saveurs primaires. Il sagit de mettre en avant cette nouvelle créativité, au delà l'image fixe, au delà les tendances.
Ainsi PIXELINN devient hall d'expositions, collection des étranges, abstractions des concepts...

25 images par Seconde.
28 secondes par Vidéo.
soit 700 images par Artiste.


87 Artistes.

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SYSTAIME - FRENCH TRASH TOUCH - on tumblr

SYSTAIME - FRENCH TRASH TOUCH - on tumblr | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Artist of the multimedia and the networks, Systaime is the founder of the movement French Trash Touch (created in 1995, stopped in 2003), member of  » the international échantillonniste », he is an important actor of the international alternative artistic network, the digital art and the art in network.

Michaël Borras works on numerous international artistic events as producer, organizer, speaker, art curator .
In 2011, he is the inspirator and the founder of the Spamm, the Museum of the Super Modern Arts.
Since 2012, he is also a commentator for the emission l’Oeil de Links broadcasted on Chaine Canal +.
In Mars 2013, he organizes the exhibition Spamm Cupcake in New York at invitation of Marc Brown.In July, 2013, He realizes the clip  » Sexodrome  » for Asia Argento and creates the visuals  for the show   » entropy Total  » in Silencio the David Lynch’s exclusive club in Paris. In the end of July, 2013, He organizes with Miyö Van Stenis and Helena Acosta, the exhibition SPAMM Dulce in the museum of contemporary art of Caracas in Venezuela.
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ANI GIF - online gallery - Curated by Daniel Rehn and Sarah Caluag

ANI GIF - online gallery - Curated by Daniel Rehn and Sarah Caluag | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
ANI GIF is an online gallery for artists to explore the creative possibilities of the Animated GIF file format✖ Curated by Daniel Rehn and Sarah Caluag
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Animated gifs by Zack Dougherty

Animated gifs by Zack Dougherty | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Sometimes after a long staring contest with a great piece of art, you might feel a little exhausted, maybe even start seeing things. Zack Dougherty‘s latest project doubles down on this idea by featuring a clever collection of manipulated, hypnotizing GIFs. The Portland-based digital artist takes a simple sculpture and turns it into eternally repeating images, transforming pristine busts into psychedelic moving pictures. These switch so rapidly that eye and brain need some time to grasp the lightning evolution of the picture. But when one fathoms this sequences the deed is done: he is witness of a captivating ode to art history.

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25 GIF Artists You Should Know by By Susan Cheng

25 GIF Artists You Should Know by By Susan Cheng | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
The Internet is flourishing with new artists every day, and GIF artists have changed the game in the last few years, thanks to the popularit...
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