Digitalarti Mag #12

Digitalarti Mag 12 EN
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HAPPY CREATIVE NEW YEAR!

This year, Digitalarti takes great pleasure in continuing to promote contemporary media arts. Over the course of 2012, our pages have presented artists such as Olga Kisseleva, Edwin Van Der Heide, Robert Stadler & Mathieu Lehanneur, 1024 Architecture, Samuel Bianchini, Adelin Schweitzer, Don Foresta, Christian Zanési & Jérôme Soudan, Trafik, Shu Lea Cheang, Dan Roosegaarde, Random International, in addition to festival reports and special features on connected bodies, creative cities, telepresence, and as always, probing articles on design and innovation.

We have also developed our production activity in the artlab, as well as our distribution network with both private and public partners in France: Water Light Graffiti, created by Antonin Fourneau and coproduced by Digitalarti, will be exhibited from February 9 to 16 in the new space dedicated to media arts in Cergy; Stéphane Perraud’s Flux will illuminate the rose window of Gare de l’Est until April 2013; Scenocosme’s Lumifolia is installed in Aéroports de Paris’ new Roissy terminal…

If digital art occupies the Internet, galleries, museums (sometimes), it’s also present in public space (see article page 12). A special mention goes out to New York artists and organizations such as Eyebeam who braved Hurricane Sandy and remain active despite the devastating intrusion of reality in the virtual worlds they nurture.
We would particularly like to pay tribute to the pioneers in this issue: the essential, unclassifiable French artist Fred Forest, but also Anne-Marie Duguet and Peter Weibel for their long-lasting commitment to artists. Featured in our next issue: Jeffrey Shaw and Norbert Hillaire…

We wish you all, artists, producers, distributors, engineers, hackers, and of course, dear readers, a happy year ahead, rich in esthetic shocks and artistic discoveries.

ANNE-CÉCILE WORMS - Editor in chief

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exposition fred forest CDA
oeuvre numerique et espace public

arts & sciences hexagone de meylan
robert henke
peter weibel directeur zkm
interview anne-marie duguet
Art sonore

 
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