Arts visuels: questions & pratiques d'aujourd'hui
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Arts visuels: questions & pratiques d'aujourd'hui
Ce qui questionne et (dé)construit les pratiques artistiques contemporaines
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DAM : Digital Art Museum is an online resource for the history and practice of digital fine art

DAM : Digital Art Museum is an online resource for the history and practice of digital fine art | Arts visuels: questions & pratiques d'aujourd'hui | Scoop.it

It informs on historical and on contemporary positions choosen by an advisory panel.


It exhibits the work of leading Artists in this field since 1956. [DAM] is an on-line museum with a comprehensive exhibition of Digital Art supported by a wide range of background information including biographies, articles, a bibliography and interviews.


[DAM] also includes an Essays section with articles by artists and theorists specially selected to place the works in context (many of them by special arrangement with Leonardo journal). A History section lists key events and technologies in date order.


[DAM] is intended for the enjoyment of all visitors, curators and collectors, scholars of art, and for an emerging generation of digital artists wishing to understand a 50-year heritage of innovation and experimentation.


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Zajal Project - a new creative coding language

Zajal Project - a new creative coding language | Arts visuels: questions & pratiques d'aujourd'hui | Scoop.it

Zajal is a programming language designed to reduce the friction between creative vision and functioning software. Live coding allows artists to improvise code and experiment freely, turning programming into an act of sculpture rather than architecture. Zajal's simple consistent syntax works hard to get out of the way of creativity, while its Ruby foundations expose coders to an immense world of existing code, discussions, and documentation.


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