Posts Tagged ‘networked art’
December 20, 2011 – February 11, 2012 curated by Moritz Gaede Galerie ZK fontaine is a curatorial project born from a Facebook conversation, Galerie ZK presents a selection of anonymous artwork shared through the social networks in the fall of 2011. A revelation is blossoming in the hive mind, in the seepage and sharing of […]
Panoramic Wifi Camera from Adam Somlai-Fischer on Vimeo. Wifi Camera reveals the electromagnetic space of our devices and the shadows that we create within such spaces, in particular our wifi networks which are increasingly found in coffee shops, offices and homes throughout cities of the developed world. We take real time “photos” of wifi space.
NY Times article on Rhizome’s Seven on Seven symposium.
DATES start for Application: April 12th, 2010 in situ project in Munich: May 13th – 15th, 2010 BACKGROUND This project consists of two parts. PART 1. > IN-SITU An installation in public space in Munich, Germany taking place in May 2010 together with screenings of posted input from Query-onlineart-project. Google Maps will be taken from […]
In-Site Toronto is a series of six new art commissions that are available to the public through the free community wifi network operated by Wireless Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area community wireless internet network. Artists Jeremy Bailey, Brian Joseph Davis, Dave Dyment, Willy Le Maitre, Fedora Romita, and Swintak have created new artworks that will […]
Produced by Year Zero One and curated by Michelle Kasprzak, In-Site Toronto is a series of newly commissioned work presented on the portal pages of several wireless internet hotspots in the Wireless Toronto network. Artists Dave Dyment, Swintak, Jeremy Bailey, Fedora Romita, Willy Le Maitre and Brian Joseph Davis have created works that will be […]