Aleph Null 2.0 by Jim Andrews is an instrument of color music. You play it. You play a musical instrument to produce tones, movements, rhythms, melodies and harmonies you find pleasing. You play Aleph Null to produce color tones, animation, visual rhythms, compositions and palettes you find pleasing. For each brush you create, you can configure its nib, central color and color range, among other things.
The aura of information reflects the nature of digital technology as a semiotic system where each encounter has been produced anew, rendered specifically for the moment of its engagement by an audience. Digital failures in particular have become common, in part due to the rise of the internet in the 1990s as a mass medium, and partly due to their employment in art and music produced since that decade. Instead of being an exceptional occurrence, they are a commonplace part of using digital technology.
Reapp was recently released on React. It’s a mobile app platform designed for performance and productivity. Think of it as a well-optimized UI kit, along with a build system and a bunch of helpers that let you build apps easily.
To explore using Reapp we’re going to build an app that lets you search with the Flickr API and view the results in a photo gallery. This tutorial should take you less than half an hour to follow along with!
"Curating digital artworks in physical spaces and online exhibitions is becoming more widespread, but such exhibitions mostly take place outside the world of traditional art." This present-day dile...
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“Curating digital artworks in physical spaces and online exhibitions is becoming more widespread, but such exhibitions mostly take place outside the world of traditional art.” This present-day dilemma posed by Independent Curator Annet Dekker forms the basis of Speculative Scenarios, or what will happen to digital art in the (near) future, a new publication that gathers responses on how to tackle digital art’s conflicted relationship to museums and more traditional, offline exhibition sites. The point is: Digital art is being shown, but museums aren’t playing a large enough role in its collection, exhibition, or conservation.
Collect the WWWorld. The Artist as Archivist in the Internet Age The last decade has seen an incredible growth in the production and distribution of images. The availability of inexpensive production...
GLITCH at RUA RED is an annual festival that brings together leading media and technology artists, curators, researchers, and artist groups with audiences to explore emerging and established contemporary cultural and critical issues that arise from artists intersection and investigations with digital technology. GLITCH was founded in 2011 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.
This year GLITCH & Run Computer, Run focus on the current economic, political and cultural factors that are shaping the Internet and the artistic responses to them through a series of exhibitions, seminars and a publication. The research will discuss and explore how the practice of the digital artist is in transition, not only with the growth of digital technologies, but also through the offline factors that continue to affect how the Internet as a creative platform is developed. Run Computer, Run takes place during GLITCH festival at RUA RED from May 24 – July 13.
"In contemporary visual art, Internet-based art forms have for the most part remained in a media art ghetto with little exposure within the system of contemporary art biennials and contemporary art centers .This has changed only recently with younger generation contemporary art, particularly from the USA, and the popularity of (commercial) Internet platforms such as tumblr for art that takes the form of found third-party material, or, in contemporary art jargon, art as curatorship."
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