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The collaborative “Archive of Digital Art”

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Since its foundation in 1999, the “Archive of Digital Art” (ADA) (www.digitalartarchive.at) documents the evolving world of digital art and its related disciplines. With direction and scientific conception of Prof. Dr. Oliver Grau (DanubeU, Austria), today ADA is the most complex scholarly archive in the field. It represents an evaluated selection of thousands of artworks at the intersection of art, science and technology....

FutureEverything Festival 2016 in Manchester

    FutureEverything 2016 Manchester, UK / Wednesday 30th March – Saturday 2nd April     For twenty years, FutureEverything has looked at big questions facing society    through the lens of art and digital culture.      The FutureEverything 2016 festival...

Rimbaud, le dernier homme

  Rimbaud, le dernier homme is an interactive multimedia fiction of a new kid published by Le Gaulois Nomade. Specially designed for android tablets and smartphones, it projects Arthur Rimbaud’s life in a futuristic universe....

Exhibition Big Band Data in London

Big Bang Data at Somerset House is now extended until 20 March. Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data......

Digital Choc 2016: spotlight on Franco-Japanese creation

From 19th February to 21st March 2016, Digital Choc is back for its 5th edition. Responsible for organising the Tokyo festival, the Institut français in Japan has a strictly Franco-Japanese programme lined up. Through a theme called “futurama,” the artists invited explore the future and raise questions through their disparate perspectives. This bi-national combination and the resulting cultural differences, make it a particularly interesting event. ...

Technological innovations that will change relationships with music in terms of use

  Hybrid SmartInstruments, applications creating new interactions between artists and listeners or devising new principles of community between listeners, technological innovations in the process of being developed also explore changes in relationships with music in terms of use. ...

DADA'S NOT DEAD

  Audiovisual generative app tribute to Dadaism. Dada artists liked to produce artworks where chance played a major role (Hans Arp for example). Generative art, almost always requiring random numbers, is somehow in the continuity of this movement. "Dada's not Dead" is an evolutive app, new pages will be added all through 2016....