Conferences & Workshops

Stereoscopic Etudes 3D Summer Workshop

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This course will investigate exemplary strategies of stereo 3D image making as artistic expression. We will realise this by exploring practical excercises of making and spectating. On the practical part of the artistic use of stereo3D image making:...

Digital Materiality Summer Workshop

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In this workshop we will analyse digital technologies from their material properties to help grasp what they are, how they are changing us and how we can change them as well. We will explore the ever diversifying, discipline-melting realms of creative digital practices, which may be art, design, propaganda, engineering or all at once.  ...

Summer Digital Workshops 2017

Join us for the 13th edition of our Summer Digital Workshops! These six courses address techniques and practices increasingly used in performing art, installation art, (audio)visual art and of course digital art. They are all based on open(-source) softwares and hardwares....

#Additivism - Lecture: Daniel Rourke - The 3D Additivist Manifesto+Cookbook

Lecture by Daniel Rourke In 2015 Morehshin Allahyari & Daniel Rourke released The 3D Additivist Manifesto, a call to push the 3D printer to its absolute limits and beyond into the realm of the speculative, the provocative and the weird....

Arts/Sciences #20: boredomresearch

Bio-inspired Fragility and Technological Advancement...

Animaze explores the world of animation in Montreal

Animaze is an international film festival and conference exploring the world of animation in all its diversity. Filmmakers and professionals from over 45 countries will converge on Montreal from August 18-21 to celebrate the art and science of animation.  ...

10 places around the world for digital art events

From Switzerland to Mexico, Spain to Japan by way of Greece or Germany, Digitalarti Media comes back on 10 digital art events our editors have covered in 2015 and 2016. Thank you to all the partner festivals for your trust.  MAPPPING FESTIVAL & ELECTRON FESTIVAL - GENEVA ...

BIAN AUTOMATA: Montreal in AUTOMATIC mode

Are we now fully immersed in the age of machines? This is the question that we will all be asking, from 3rd June to 3rd July 2016, during the international cultural rendezvous organised by ELEKTRA and the Arsenal Contemporary Art space in Montreal, as part of the major exhibition for the 3rd International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN). An exhibition with as theme AUTOMATA: art made by machines for machines. ...

What is there to see and do at the (sprawling) Sónar Festival 2016 ?

The Sónar Festival in Barcelona has brought multimedia artists, musicians and performers together from all over the world since 1994. With several hundred digital events squeezed in from 16th to 18th June, it is a mean feat to pick out the most interesting. Let’s take a closer look at the 3 buzzing days. ...

Summer Digital Workshops 2016

Processing, Blender, Digital fabrication, Arduino, Raspberry Pi Join us for the 12th edition of our Summer Digital Workshops! These six courses address techniques and practices increasingly used in performing art, installation art, (audio)visual art and of course digital art. They are all based on open(-source) softwares and hardwares....

Whistleblowers, virtual reality, robotics and the future of culture at European Lab 2016

The Arty Farty team (Nuits Sonores) has achieved a superb European Lab Forum centred on attentively and proactively involving the youth of Europe in terms of cultural policy against a European backdrop under strain. Is culture a factor for democracy? This is no longer an issue for the organisers of the biannual event (winter edition in Paris), leading by example at the heart of a definitively political and connected forum. ...

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....
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