Software was a seminal exhibition of software art curated byJack Burnham for the Jewish Museum in Brooklyn,1970 and the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1970-71. The show put together computers and conceptual artists, linking them through the idea of software as a process or a program to be carried out by a machine or, why not, by the audience based on "instruction lines" formulated by the artist
Participating artists: Vito Acconci, David Antin, Architecture Group Machine M.I.T., John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Linda Berris, Donald Burgy, Paul Conly, Agnes Denes, Robert Duncan Enzmann, Carl Fernbach-Flarsheim, John Godyear, Hans Haacke, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Nam June Paik, Alex Razdow, Sonia Sheridan, Evander D. Schley, Theodosius Victoria, Laurence Weiner.
The Vilém Flusser seminar took place in 2004 and was a cooperation between MECAD, Barcelona, and the _Vilém_Flusser_Archive. Presented was a text selection of Flusser’s writings on art. The seminar included also a presentation by Silvia Wagnermaier and a reflection text on Flusser’s theory by Siegfried Zielinski. via @monoskop
The ReCode Project is a community-driven effort to preserve computer art by translating it into a modern programming language (Processing). Every translated work will be available to the public and contemporary artists to learn from, share, and build on.
To participate, find an artwork below that you would like to translate. Email us your Processing sketch or visit our GitHub repo.
In the late nineties and during the first decade of this century the term “new media art” became the established label for that broad range of artistic practices that includes works that are created, or in some way deal with, new media technologies.
The Emergent Digital Practices program at the University of Denver brings together art, design, media, culture and technology studies in a hands-on, collaborative environment.
EDP is currently accepting M.A. and M.F.A. applications for the Fall quarter 2013. Priority consideration for admission and financial assistance will be given to those who submit complete applications by January 20, 2013.
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