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[Portrait] Jeffrey Shaw, the art of interactive cinema

This article comes from Digitalarti Mag 13. read it online for free. Famous for pioneering the use of digital media within virtual, cinematographic, interactive and expanded environments, Australian artist Jeffrey Shaw was one of the first to create hybrid installations, such as The Legible City, in which the viewer rides a real bike in front of a big screen to explore a virtual city. ...

[Art] Sound palette

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[Reflexion] Norbert Hillaire, Photomobiles

Schifters, Norbert Hillaire, Photomobiles, serie Lignes de fuite. Photo: D.R. This interview comes from Digitalarti Mag 13, read it online for free. ...

[Interview] WOLF LIESER, director of DAM Gallery

Signal to Noise by Casey Reas, 2012. Photo: D.R. / courtesy DAM Gallery. This interview comes from Digitalarti Mag 13, read it online for free. Wolf Lieser initiated the Digital Art Museum (DAM) project, which includes an online museum, an award in partnership with Kunsthalle Bremen and a gallery in Berlin. His strategy is simple: integrate new media into the art world. ...

[News from NEW YORK] From conservation to augmentation

EVE Online (2003). Photo: D.R. / Cherise Fong This article comes from the 13th Digitalarti Mag. Read it online for free. ...

[interview] GRÉGORY CHATONSKY image and flow…

Telofossiles This interview comes from the 12th Digitalarti Mag. Read it online, for free. Whether it’s videos or online pieces, small applications or sound installations, the artworks of Grégory Chatonsky are committed to revealing what we don’t see, or what we no longer see, to capture the traces and dig out the rhizomes, all the while being anchored in reality, in urban and human geography… Image, still or animated, and flow (technological, corporal or physical) are the primary guiding threads of this work, even if this thread is turbulently spinning…  ...

Interview: FRED FOREST, from video art to net-art

Pioneer—this is the term most often used to describe Fred Forest in the playing field of media arts. Two more words form another refrain: “network” and “territory”, like the X and Y axes of his artistic activity. This practice is rooted in the last century, as he began by “trafficking” images and paper, and then progressively annexed every mode of communication, from video tapes to virtual worlds....

Lucifuge Project: telepresence and digital art

EMF Planétarium This article comes from the Digitalarti Mag #11. Segueing from the realm of virtuality and awaiting the fall of yet another ephemeral new "frontier of reality", telepresence is the latest incarnation of media art magic, as it bridges gaps between protocols and devices with various forms of interactivity. ...

HACKERS FOR AN OPEN CULTURE - Will they save the world?

Will they save the world? It’s always difficult to redefine a trendy word, especially one that’s been so butchered by the media that we think “hacking” is bad, and that “the hacker” is a powerful bandit. ...

Digitalarti Mag #10

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CONNECTED CITY, a daily adventure

(credits photo : Olivier Ratsi) Where are you…? The city is not just an economic network based on division of labor—it’s a network of emotional connections, a perpetual source of crossed lives, tragedies, love stories, intimate and public moments. ...

PROCESSING CITIES

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