Results for Category 'Summary'
Interview: An interview with Christiane Paul
... the museum and the interface if you will, or modes of presentation...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... you can change the interface and thereby change the work of art...
Interview: An interview with Benjamin Weil.
...telephone as an interface - completely removing the keyboard and trying to address the idea of the network as being something that doesn't necessarily need to be conveyed through the screen and the keybo...
Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
... They were at the interface of everything: France and Switzerland, streaming and speaking, immaterial media and material media like photographs and video...
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Presentation: Curating New Media Art: Welcome and introductions
"... It is an interface where by pushing on the door - it’s like a revolving door - it clicks into different spots and it logs into one of the different Web sites and one of the different art projects."
Presentation: Thomson and Craighead Presentation
... It loads up no interface particularly...
Presentation: Production: Nichola Feldman-Kiss
... for artists to interface with them, that would be a good thing...
Presentation: Mark Tribe Presentation
... about, which is an interface to our database, we're going to start commissioning artists to make other ones...
Profile: Pam Skelton
... the problematic interface of private and public memory in East and West Europe...
Download: 2006 04 (Apr): Art and Activism
... 04 (Apr): Art and Activism Self-organisation, direct action, collaboration and social networks (7300 words)
Download: 2001 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions
... 03 (Mar): Big Media Art: New Media Art In Large Institutions Does size matter? Some recent shows at the Whitney and SFMOMA are discussed (8300 words).
Download: 2001 03b (Mar): Streaming New Media And Aesthetics
... 03b (Mar): Streaming New Media And Aesthetics Some current streaming projects, equipment needs, and ‘bandwidth aesthetics’/’truth to materials’ (3000 words)...
Download: 2001 04-6 (Apr-Jun): Naming/Categorising New Media Art
... 04-6 (Apr-Jun): Naming/Categorising New Media Art Developing a vocabulary for types of new media art (3450 words)...
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Links: Interface Examples
... Examples http://www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/crumb/maup/maup.html brief CRUMB image collection of some tactics for showing net.art in the gallery/museum...
List Posting: PixelACHE 2005 / Electronic art and subcultures festival
From: Tom Holley <tomholley@THE-MEDIA-CENTRE.CO.UK>
Electronic art and subcultures festival
14-17 April , Helsinki
www .pixelache .ac
CALL FOR PROJECTS
PixelACHE explores again the fringe areas of electronic art...
List Posting: runme
From: Steve Dietz <mediachef@EARTHLINK.NET>
...Just came across this quote in a text by Josephine Bosma , which I think is
very straightforwardly put and apropos .
Shulgin and Goruniova explain it like this: ³Art naturally resists
classification , but is neverthele...
List Posting: Last chance to experience DESIGNER BODIES: Stills,
From: Iliyana Nedkova <iliyana@MEDIASCOT.ORG>
...Hi all ,
For those of you who haven't had a chance to experience or want to
revisit DESIGNER BODIES - the event which brought Steve Kurtz for the
first time to Edinburgh! Little did we all know that a tragedy was
List Posting: Fwd: AID Public Launch Announcement (r)
From: Sarah Cook <sarah.e.cook@SUNDERLAND.AC.UK>
...> Some of you might remember talk of this art interface device in
> earlier discussions on CRUMB . . .
>> From: create@interlog .com
>> Date: 25 May 2004 19:38:56 BST
>> To: mike_stevento...