Posts Tagged ‘net.art’

  • 04.27.2011

    Montreal Biennale :: Electronic Arts

    The online exhibition forming the Electronic arts component of the BNL MTL 2011 will feature the work of six renowned web-based artists: Mark Amerika, Gregory Chatonsky, Alison Graighead, Jhave, Martine Neddam and Jon Thompson. It will seek not only new ways of exploring the relationship between chance and digital technology, but also to solicit novel […]

  • 04.10.2011

    Let’s Talk Net Art

    Josephine Bosma’s, Nettitudes
, Let’s Talk Net Art will be launched 14th of April at De Balie in Amsterdam at 20:30 hrs. Design: Studio Léon & Loes, Paperback, 272 pages, 14 x 21 cm
, English edition, ISBN 978-90-5662-800-0, € 23.50. In association with the NAi Publsihers, available from April 2011 Sarah Cook and Bart Rutten are […]

  • 03.14.2011

    Identités précaires Cycle « Side Effects »

    Identités précaires Cycle « Side Effects » Une exposition collective sur la question de l’anonymat et de l’identité comme phénomène instable 10 mars 2011 — 15 septembre 2011 Commissaire : Christophe Bruno La réification et le codage de l’ensemble des relations humaines — écho de la surveillance et de l’archivage généralisés de la moindre trace […]

  • 12.01.2010

    Playing Duchamp by Scott Kildall

    “I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists.” — Marcel Duchamp Playing Duchamp is a 2010 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. Marcel Duchamp is widely recognized for his contribution to conceptual art, but his lifelong obsession […]

  • 11.09.2010

    do it – play it – The Temporary Stedelijk

    In cooperation with the Innovatie Cultuuruitingen Foundation, the BKVB Foundation, the City of Amsterdam and many other donors, the Stedelijk Museum presents the third Do It! evening on November 18, Play It!, which revolves  around the latest forms of interactive media art. During this evening visitors can play games, and the augmented reality tour that […]

  • 06.21.2010

    Géographies Variables

    Created by Julie Morel from incident.net and LA CHAMBRE BLANCHE, Géographies Variables is a French-Quebecer program of crossed exchanges art residencies in Web/digital art. Its goal is to facilitate exchanges between the artistic communities and is especially intended for practices bound to Internet. Scheduled for two years, Géographies Variables will allow 24 artists to realize […]

  • 06.14.2010

    Made In Internet

    Made in Internet: an online showcase featuring 23 international web based artists. June 11-28, 2010, Krakow, Poland Featuring works by: 0100101110101101.org, Tamas Banovich, Michael Bell Smith, Petra Cortright, Paul B. Davis, Ursula Endlicher, Eteam, Joel Holmberg,  JODI, Guthrie Lonergan, Kristin Lucas, Joe McKay, Tom Moody, MTAA, Luke Murphy, Marisa Olson, Paul Slocum, Jessie Stead, Harm Van […]

  • 04.12.2010

    David Jhave Johnston: Interstitial

    OBORO 4001, rue Berri, local 301 Montréal April 24 – May 29, 2010 Interstitial is a film about transformations that is constructed with code in real-time. It is made from 360 video files, 85 audio files and 445 shuffled poetic phrases which are remixed ceaselessly into an endless combinatorial triptych . It is both an […]

  • 06.08.2007

    DUBIOUS VIEWS

    Dubious Views Questioning Institutional Representations in Tourism and Cartography Curators: Michelle Kasprzak, Michael Alstad, Shawn Micallef The artists discussed in the Dubious Views online exhibition address the role of the “institution” in terms of its effect on the understanding of place. It is examined in relationship to the tourism industry, and in the context of […]

  • 05.08.2007

    Guess-the-google

    Guess-the-google is a game where the user guesses keyword based on a gridded montage of 20 images generated from google image search engine. The game requires version 8 of the Flash player or higher. also see montage-a-google