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Folding space at Biennale of Venice

By Turning the Korean Pavilion of Biennale of Venice into a kind of laboratory for archaeological investigation, The Ways of Folding Space & Flying, the multimedia film project created by Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho invites to an interesting mirror reflection about the digital future of art. ...

From the CD-ROM Revolution to the Future of Electronic Publishing

From the CD-ROM Revolution to the Future of Electronic Publishing Presentation Friday 20 March 2015 | 17:30 - 19:00 at le PointCulture Brussels  Lecture by Bob Stein (Voyager) and debate...

Aram Bartholl : A new way of curating digital art

Berlin-based conceptual artist Aram Bartholl is well known for his work around digital and physical world relationships. He is also the inventor of a unique and playful way to display digital art : the Speed ​​Show. Introducing what could be called " the new wave of digital curating ". ...

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. ...

Simple Thoughts - Peter Beyls

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Luzinterruptus: Luminous and urban intervention group

Madrid-located group Luzinterruptus were invited by PanOramas festival to operate a brand new intervention during its 2014 edition. An opportunity to get closer to their unique artistic and interventionist approach.  ...

[Portrait] OLIVIER RATSI

Born in 1972 and currently based in Paris, Olivier Ratsi began exploring visual arts within the context of electronic music in the late 1990s. During this time, he mixed both still and animated images for electronic music festivals under the pseudonym Emovie, rubbing elbows with personalities such as Jeff Mills, Scan X, Ellen Allien, Sven Väth, etc. ...

[Portrait] GRÉGORY CHATONSKY

Born in 1971 and with a strong theoretical background—philosophy, esthetics and visual arts at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne followed by Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)—Gregory Chatonsky belongs to the generation that began to explore the creative possibilities of computers and the Internet in the early 1990s. ...

BSYNTHOME : genuine live cinema

Second part of Yro and Transforma’s Synthome cycle will be presented on 16 of september in Nantes during Scopitone festival. ...
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