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SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART present : tactical glitches - 24_01_014 - curated by Rosa Menkman & Nick Briz

SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART present : tactical glitches - 24_01_014 - curated by Rosa Menkman & Nick Briz | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

SUDLAB as part of the program SUDLAB | NEW MEDIA ART presents the group exhibition 'Tactical Glitches' curated by Rosa Menkman (NL) and Nick Briz (USA)


"Technologies come with expectations, but these expectations 
aren’t always met. 
An mp3 might skip and crackle. A computer monitor 
might—for a moment—show shards instead of windows. 
A website might 
hick­up on load and scramble its contents. When this happens, we call this unexpected occurrence a glitch. 
While these moments are rarely anticipated and usually unwelcome, they are at times intentionally 
provoked. The result of this intentional and creative instigation is what we often call GLITCH ART." (Rosa Menkman, Nick Briz)

Artists 

- glitchr (LT)
- Theo Darst (USA)
- Pox Party (USA)
- Glti.ch Karaoke (UK - ROK)
- UCNV (JP)
- Ana Hui Zhang (CN)
- Sherpa (GT)
- Benjamin Gaulon (FR)
- Tatjana Marusic (CH / DE / HR)
- Nancy Mauro-Flude (AUS)

-----> Vernissage : 24_01_014 ore 19
-----> Finissage : 24_02_014 ore 18

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www.arts-numeriques.info - Daily Watch

www.arts-numeriques.info - Daily Watch | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

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Âmes sensibles - installation sonore de Rudy Decelière @ Halle Nor jusqu'au 09.01.15 #soundart

Âmes sensibles Rudy Decelière installation sonore Halle Nord 14.11.14 – 09.01.15 *A partir du 20.12.2014, l’exposition est visible uniquement de l’extérieur http://halle-nord.ch http://rudydeceliere.net
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Hackers worldwide #Kinect with their creative sides | by Verena Dauerer - #mediaart

Hackers worldwide #Kinect with their creative sides | by Verena Dauerer - #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

When Kinect, Microsoft’s latest add-on for the Xbox 360 game console, was released worldwide in November 2010, it was the beginning of a success story, but not in the way Microsoft may have been expecting.


The peripheral, which uses a camera and motion-capture software to allow for gaming without the use of an actual controller, has been like a flame to a moth for hackers. Consequently it wasn’t long before the potential of the system beyond gaming was being explored.


To the joy of the independant programmer community worldwide, only a week after the Kinect’s release, a hacker named Hector Martin developed an open-source driver that gets hold of the camera data so that anybody can experiment with the camera freely.

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« L'Art Numérique et la Recherche » Table ronde à la Maison Populaire - Montreuil

« L'Art Numérique et la Recherche » Table ronde à la Maison Populaire - Montreuil | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Table ronde dans le cadre de l’exposition
« L’Art et le Numérique en Résonance 1/3 : Convergence »

En présence d’Emmanuel Mahé, directeur de la Recherche de l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Éric Prigent, coordinateur pédagogique création numérique au Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains, Vincent Rioux, responsable du pôle numérique de l’ENSBA, Paris.


Modération par Dominique Moulon commissaire invité.

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Seules six langues permettent à l'information de circuler sur Internet

Seules six langues permettent à l'information de circuler sur Internet | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Des chercheurs du MIT ont compilé des milliards de données pour rendre visible la puissance des connexions culturelles entre les différents langages. Selon les explications de Fast Coexist, il ressort que seules 6 langues permettraient de faire circuler la totalité des informations à l'échelle planétaire. ...

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Lightswarm e Murmur Wall: installations by Future Cities Lab - #mediaart

Lightswarm e Murmur Wall: installations by Future Cities Lab - #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Designed by the San Francisco-based experimental architecture firm Future Cities Lab, Lightswarm is a stunning and dazzling wall installation of 430 individual modules employs sensors and LED lights to create a light show in a state of perpetual flux.


Responding to sounds harvested from YBCA’s interior space and the Yerba Buena Garden and nearby city street noise, this site-specific artwork activates the south facing glass façade of the Grand Lobby with playful patterns of light reminiscent of a swarm of flying birds.


During the day, filtered sunlight produces ever-changing flickers of light and shadow, while in the evening the façade is transformed into a dynamic electro-luminescent composition that electrifies the glass wall. ...

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#Call - Travel Grants to Media Arts Professionals International Residencies | The Canada Council for the Arts

#Call - Travel Grants to Media Arts Professionals International Residencies | The Canada Council for the Arts | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

“@CanadaCouncil Have just announced new travel grants for international self directed residencies! Deadline late Jan http://t.co/UpVRjgItKO”;


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The Guardians of Peace Aren’t Like Hackers We’ve Seen Before. They’re Cyberterrorists.

The Guardians of Peace Aren’t Like Hackers We’ve Seen Before. They’re Cyberterrorists. | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
The Sony Pictures hack is important, and the Sony Pictures hack is terrifying. In a series of cyberattacks that were first noticed on Nov. 24, a mysterious group calling itself the Guardians of Peace stole and subsequently leaked personal and medical information from every Sony Pictures employee, revealed scads of...
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Comment la gauche et la contre-culture sont tombées dans le piège de l'utopie numérique par Jean-Laurent Cassely

Comment la gauche et la contre-culture sont tombées dans le piège de l'utopie numérique par Jean-Laurent Cassely | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Pour l'historien Fred Turner, qui retrace la filiation entre les idéaux communautaires des années 60 et la vision d'un Internet comme espace de salut pour l'individu et le collectif, le pouvoir de fascination des réseaux est plus vivant que jamais et nourrit l'idéologie de l'économie numérique autant que les marges d'Internet. Selon lui, tant que la politique sera laissée de côté, aucun ordinateur ne changera le monde.
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The Molecular Music Box by Duncan Lockerby: how simple rules can lead to rich patterns

How to create music with simple rules and a loop pedal. A mix of music, maths, and molecular dynamics.
Video by Dr Duncan Lockerby (University of Warwick)

with thanks to:
the EPSRC Programme Grant in Non-equilibrium Fluid Dynamics www.micronanoflows.ac.uk
Dr Matthew Borg and Mr Konstantinos Ritos (Univ. of Strathclyde).

To play around with this yourself, please go to
http://tomsnively.com/mmb
for a web-based `molecular music box' generator (developed by Tom Snively)

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Expo : L'art et le numérique en résonance : Convergence - Commissaire : Dominique Moulon - Maison Populaire

Expo : L'art et le numérique en résonance : Convergence - Commissaire : Dominique Moulon - Maison Populaire | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Vernissage le mercredi 14 janvier 2015 à partir de 18h
>>> Du 15 janvier au 4 avril 2015


Artistes : Samuel Bianchini, Marie-Julie Bourgeois, Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion, Petra Cortright, Olia Lialina, Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau, Samuel St-Aubin, Gwenola Wagon & Stéphane Degoutin et Du Zhenjun.


L’art et le numérique se confondent pour « raisonner » ensemble. Aujourd’hui, nombreuses sont les œuvres initiées grâce à un moteur de recherche ou un appareil mobile. Les pratiques artistiques et usages amateurs, en réseau, s’entremêlent. Pour faire œuvre, des artistes détournent les médias sociaux que tous nous nous approprions. Car les cultures du numérique sont aujourd’hui très largement partagées. Quant aux artistes qui se saisissent des technologies de leur temps, ils nous donnent les lectures du monde qu’elles façonnent.

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Connecting Cities par ARTE Creative

Connecting Cities par ARTE Creative | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Connecting Cities Avec Connecting Cities,  un nouveau format de communication interurbaine voit le jour : plusieurs métropoles situées aux quatre coins du globe sont reliées via un réseau d’écrans numériques géants et de façades-média. La devise du projet : « reclaim the screens! », autrement dit : « réapproprions-nous les écrans ! ». Ainsi, des espaces publicitaires où l’on montrait jusque-là des sourires Colgate, des voitures chromées et des sacs à mains de luxe sont transformés en plateformes
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The Duel: Timo Boll vs. KUKA #Robot - Man against machine :)

The unbelievably fast KUKA robot faces off against one of the best table tennis players of all time. Who has the best technique? Who will win the first ever table tennis duel of human versus robot?

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Life, tissue culture and ethical ambiguities. An interview with Svenja Kratz on we make money not art - #bioart

Life, tissue culture and ethical ambiguities. An interview with Svenja Kratz on we make money not art - #bioart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

This week (or rather semester since i so seldom do proper interview nowadays), I'm talking with Svenja Kratz , an interdisciplinary artist who combines art practice with cell and tissue cultures to investigate the creative and critical dimensions of biotechnologies as well as their impacts on concepts of identity, life, and death.


Svenja has a background in art but she also holds a PhD in Contemporary Art and Biotechnology from Queensland University of Technology and worked at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovationin Brisbane, where she completed a PhD in bio-media art.

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ETHEROSPERMIA: Conceptual Art, Science and Allegory in the sky-seeding project

ETHEROSPERMIA: Conceptual Art, Science and Allegory in the sky-seeding project | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

 This paper presents the practice of the artist/researcher Ioannis Michaloudis. It showcaseshis use of a space technology nanomaterial, silica aerogel, and its potential in the culturalutilization of space. Since 2001, his projects have centered around the esthetic, sculpturaland conceptual use of silica aerogel. For Michaloudis, this material is highly allegorical of what he terms‘our breaking sky’. For the authors, the step towards space is a real‘bridgemoment’, analogous to the evolutionary progression of organisms from water to earth. Inthis current era of space exploration, it is clear that humans need to develop new organsand survival skills–or, cultivate new skies in response tothe breaking of our atmosphere'sdome. It is also clear that science and art need to collaborate more productively. To thisend, it is argued that allegory provides the link between imaginability, experiment andrepresentation in both scientific and artistic practices.Etherospermia(εθεροσπερμία) isan invented word frometherandpanspermia. TheEtherospermiaproject pursues,allegorically, the creation of new atmospheres on other planets, in order to draw attentionto the degradation and destruction of the earth's protective veil. Imagine an astronautwho, during a space walk, scatters fragments of Michaloudis' silica aerogel as seedmaterial to alter the atmospheres of other planets, making them habitable. The paperdiscusses nine artworks as a way of presenting the conceptual core of theetherospermiaallegory. ...

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#Call - Futura14, festival - Call for work 2015 - deadline march 16 / #mediaart

#Call - Futura14, festival - Call for work 2015 - deadline march 16 / #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Si l’artiste, en bon artisan, est celui qui fait montre d’un savoir-faire, il n’en aime pas moins se confronter à l’inconnu. Au fil du temps, il crée sa propre « patte », reconnaissable entre mille, que l’on suit d’une œuvre à l’autre, pour différentes qu’elles soient. Mais que se passe-t-il lorsqu’il décide de mettre en danger ce qui d’une certaine manière assure son identité ?

Décalages ou déphasages, botter en touche, créer les conditions d’une différence, aborder son travail depuis un angle insoupçonné et se surprendre soi-même ; sortir par la porte, armé de ses certitudes pour mieux revenir par la fenêtre avec dans les mains quelques gemmes ignorées ; changer tout simplement ses habitudes, car le confort est l’ennemi de la création.

If the artist, as the good craftsman he is, is a person of skills and savoir-faire, he nonetheless aims to confront himself with the unknown. As time goes by, he creates his own style, easily recognisable from work to work, despite its differences. But what happens if he decides to endanger what best defines him?

Discovering new gaps; going out of phase or let things appear out of nowhere; approach its own work from weird angles in order to welcome surprises; leave all certainties at the door, go traveling through the looking glass and come back later with some ignored gem in hands; change, finally, our habits, as comfort has always been enemy of creativity. ...

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Quand l’#ArtNumérique fait son cinéma. Des installations mettent à nu le spectacle cinématographique

Quand l’#ArtNumérique fait son cinéma. Des installations mettent à nu le spectacle cinématographique | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Présentée à Aix-en-Provence et à Marseille, l’exposition Matière Cinéma a rassemblé une dizaine d’artistes français dont les installations explorent à l’aide des outils numériques, la question de l’illusion et du récit cinématographique.

En l’espace de quelques années, le cinéma a fait sa révolution numérique. Cette technologie est même au cœur de son industrie. Effets spéciaux, caméras, matériel de prise de son, studios de montage et de postproduction, projecteur, projection 3D, diffusion et distribution en ligne… l’ensemble de la chaîne de production du septième art s’est convertie à l’informatique et au réseau.

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Queer Technologies of the #Selfie: Radical Self-Imaging in the Online Performances of Ann Hirsch and Georges Jacotey

Queer Technologies of the #Selfie: Radical Self-Imaging in the Online Performances of Ann Hirsch and Georges Jacotey | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

This paper offers a critical framework through which to appreciate contemporary queer performance online. It addresses how bodies come to be shaped in part by culture, particularly by certain techno-ideological forces in the network age, and considers how these forces structure practices of imaging the self. The paper builds to a reading of artworks by Ann Hirsch and Georges Jacotey, to argue that their queer performances work against the production of coded identities conditioned in digital culture.

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Udo Noll - Meet the Man Who Wants to Create a Google Maps for the World's Sounds - #soundart

Udo Noll - Meet the Man Who Wants to Create a Google Maps for the World's Sounds - #soundart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Our sounds are disappearing, and this man is keeping them alive.


"You know when you have the feeling that everything you do all day is very functional and that there's no in-between and you just jump from one spot to the other?"

Udo Noll, a programmer, cartographer and Internet artist, began his map of all the world's sounds, in the midst of the Internet's great mapping craze, to combat that feeling. "I thought it could be very interesting to have a recorder, where you can focus on these in-between spaces, where things tend disappear in the rush of things that you have to do," he told PolicyMic.


In 2005, his  Radio Aporee mapping project was a dark horse among better-publicized and monumental digital efforts to map the world in recent years (such as the Google Maps Street View project or the 3-D scanning projects to preserve digital records of landmarks like Mount Rushmore), but Noll's effort is one of the first ever to map sonic spaces — to build a digital archive the fleeting sounds of our daily lives. ...


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Stephen Kovats and r0g_agency: Open Culture and post-conflict transformation

Stephen Kovats and r0g_agency: Open Culture and post-conflict transformation | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

It's Christmas. It's time for peace. Digicult gift is my interview to an old friend, Stephen Kovats and _r0g / agency for open culture and critical transformation. We talked about Open Source, Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Data and related Open ICT4D, DIY and Up-Cycling methodologies for Social Innovation to support community development and the empowerment of people marginalized by conflict. Best Wishesr0g_agency is a collaborative enterprise for open culture and critical transformation initiated in 2012 and founded as a non-profit company in September 2013


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La fin de La Quadrature du Net serait un drame

La fin de La Quadrature du Net serait un drame | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Il y a des matins déprimants.En ouvrant nos onglets ce vendredi matin, nous tombons sur ce post de Philippe Aigrain, mis en ligne à 8h03 :"On a fait les comptes à La Quadrature du Net,Et ce n’est pas de la blague. On va fermer boutique. Pas dans un an, dans deux semaines.S’il n’y a pas au minimum 45 000 euros de dons supplémentaires d’ici au 4 janvier 2015, il serait irresponsable pour nous de continuer à faire des dépenses. Et à vrai dire, comme indiqué sur notre jauge, c’est 85 000 euros de do
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Nyloïd by Cod.Act : impulsive organic mechanics - #mediaart

Nyloïd by Cod.Act : impulsive organic mechanics - #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

Recently rewarded with an Excellence Awards at Japan Media Arts Festival 2014, Nyloïd reveals itself as one of the most organic robotic performance never made, and as a truly fascinating experience to watch.


Obviously, to experiment the piece Nyloïd, most recent creation of Swiss duo Cod.Act - composed of brothers André and Michel Décosterd – has something immediately impressing. Huge tripod consisting of three nylon limbs of six meters in length animated by a sophisticated mechanical and sound devices, Nyloïd looks like a gesticulating and noisy robotised creature, gifted with a proper life and with a blatant formal dangerousness when you can observe its sprawling members tangling at full speed. ...

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L’invention du #robot par Jean-Noël Lafargue

L’invention du #robot par Jean-Noël Lafargue | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it

On imagine des automates doués de vie depuis des millénaires, mais il me semble que le robot est une figure distincte de l’automate : il n’imite que grossièrement le vivant, ou ne l’imite même du tout, il ne cache pas son état de machine, ce n’est plus une statue vivante, mais bien une mécanique animée1. Il apparaît avec la révolution industrielle, dans la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, pour être précis. Il lui fallait un nom spécifique, et celui-ci a été fourni par Karel Čapek, sur un malentendu. C’est ma thèse ici : le robot n’est pas l’automate, et le public s’est emparé du nom « robot » dès son apparition parce qu’il avait besoin de mettre un mot sur cet objet nouveau. J’essaie ici de récapituler cette histoire à ma manière, soyez, comme toujours, indulgent pour le désordre des idées. ...

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We’ve Put a Worm’s Mind in a Lego #Robot's Body (By Marissa Fessenden)

We’ve Put a Worm’s Mind in a Lego #Robot's Body (By Marissa Fessenden) | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
A wheeled Lego robot may not look like a worm, but it
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Composting Performance : by shu Lea Cheang

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COMPOSTING THE NET examines the parallelprocess of fermentation and deterioration of our daily foodconsumption extra and our shared digital commons -  the discardedfood scrapes reinvested;  the immaterial wealth/junk of net datarecovered. The food scraps thrown onto a compost heap are layered andmingled until all traces of identities erased. On the net, theabundance of info-data sinks into oblivion with tags attached.  WhileBerlin city boasts itself ECO-BIO-CHIC, it maintains anot-so-successful food waste bin system which the urbanites seldomutilize. During August 22 - 24 project launch at  Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, COMPOSTING THE CITY calls for Berliners to'ADOPT-A-COMPOSTER" (a la ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY). 12 composting units whereworms and sensors live off and check in on the maturing of rottenmakeover are to be adopted, claimed, maintained and blogged for the 6month cycle.


http://dm.ncl.ac.uk/tikul/2013/03/10/transmediale-composting-perfromance-doc

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The Crushing Din of Vibrating Buildings - #mediaart

The Crushing Din of Vibrating Buildings - #mediaart | Digital #MediaArt(s) Numérique(s) | Scoop.it
Since 2006, Nicolas Maigret has been blasting iconic European architecture with high-powered subwoofers. The results are overwhelming.


Nicolas Maigret has a thing for bass. Since 2006, Maigret and Nicolas Montgermont, the other half of France-based Art of Failure collective, have been blasting iconic European architecture with high-powered subwoofers, and rolling tape as they go. The results are overwhelming. Devastating, even...

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