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Happy new year 2015

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Nyloïd: impulsive organic mechanics

Recently rewarded with an Excellence Awards at Japan Media Arts Festival 2014, Nyloïd reveals itself as one of the most organic robotic performance never made, and as a truly fascinating experience to watch. ...

First Hershman Leeson retrospective at ZKM

  Multimedia artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson has been one of the first artists to investigate the issue of human identity on its contentious link with a growing technological society, subdued by consumerism and principles of surveillance, stressing out the interpenetration between real and virtual worlds and between human and machines.  ...

Computer Drawings of Peter Beyls

In a time where computing technology rises often from a field of complex network systems, the computing art that Belgian artist Peter Beyls has been developing for 40 years unfolds a rather comfortable simplicity of access even if processes hidden behind are somehow intriguing as well. ...

Immersion in Anthony McCall's solid light films

Anthony McCall’s light sculptures presented at Eye Amsterdam stress out the mix of film and digital technologies throughout the artist’s oeuvre. ...

Big Data in Barcelone

    There are only a few days left to visit the Big Bang Data exhibition that has been taking place in the heart of Barcelona, at CCCB (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona).  ...

4D Sound: new experience of physical listening

Developed by Amsterdam-located multimedia artist and sound designer Paul Oomen, the system 4D Sound offers an intriguing and very immersive experience of live electronic music for its audience.  ...

Nuits Sonores bounce again over Tanger

  Second edition for Nuits Sonores Tanger, and its outstanding attempt to link public and artist throughout Mediterranean sea in the wake of original Lyon-located Nuits Sonores festival and of its impressive amount of music and multidisciplinary artistic collaborative projects. ...

Omote, technology of the soul

Omote, last month’s performance realised by Japanese digital artist Nobumichi Asai (with the help of French artist Paul Lacroix for developing the overall system of real-time face tracking and the one of make-up artist Hiroto Kuwahara) impressed the world of art with its high level of technologic precision that changed at full speed and very subtly the face of Japanese model Yuka Sekimizu. ...