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Exhibition: Anarchronism

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Media arts in retrospective at Tokyo’s ICC

On a Saturday afternoon in west Shinjuku, the corporate-sponsored NTT InterCommunication Center is hardly crowded. Like much of above-ground Tokyo, its interior consists of pristine white walls, orderly displays and impeccably polite staff. Yet unlike the nearby train station, the gallery space is quietly controlled, gently paced and altogether welcoming. Not quite media art for dummies, but wholly accessible. ...

BAINS NUMERIQUES: connected territory

The Eighth Biennale Internationale des Arts Numériques of Enghien-les-Bains is a new occasion to underline stakes of “connected territory” at the city’s scale. ...

[NYC] Eva & Franco Mattes: From Internet Ennui to the Dark Web

Remember the good old days, when the Web was gray, text was black Times New Roman, links were blue and you went to check your e-mail in a cybercafe? Then came color, blinking caps, animated .gif, .jpg, .mpg and .wav, not to mention fumbling, prepubescent javascript. Soon we spoke of Net Art, pioneered by mysterious artistic duos who hijacked HTML, subverted our expectations and operated under URLs such as jodi.org and 0100101110101101.org ...

Symposium ix, creative immersion from May 21 to 25 in Montreal

The Society for Arts and Technology [SAT] organizes the Symposium ix from May 21 to 25, 2014 in Montréal. This precursory organization in the crossings between arts and technologies (since 1996) is specialized in immersive environments, the use of high-speed networks and experience design. These five days gather artists, researchers, educators, producers and distributors together around these themes. ...

We the enemy- living under suspicion- Festival Programme

This year's EMAF programme sheds light on the topic of surveillance and data acquisition from a variety of artistic perspectives. The artists' critical yet sometimes amusing works scrutinise how each and every one of us can become entangled in the web of the "data catchers", and what we can do to prevent it....

EMAF 2014 ---WE,THE ENEMY - Life under suspicion

EMAF – Osnabrück, 23.- 27. April 2014 The thematic focus of the EMAF 2014 : WE, THE ENEMY -Life under suspicion !...

[News from NYC] Austin Lee defies digital painting

  Finally, painting has come full circle. From finger painting on the small screen to “digital” painting on the big canvas, Austin Lee has created a bright new world of portraits and pictures that tease our perception in the realm of representation. ...

[Video] Bill Vorn's crazy machines

Enghien-les-Bains' Arts Center (near Paris, France) welcomes Bill Vorn's robots for a dark exhibition (till March 23rd) and on this occasion, releases a bilingual publication about his whole work. ...

[News from NYC] Mathematical poetry animates storefront window

You would be forgiven for simply walking right by An Aquarium of Equations, rushing past this discreet installation in a narrow storefront space at 266 West 37th Street in Midtown Manhattan, as you struggle to find your footing through the slush and proceed toward shelter from the falling snow. And yet, every once in a while, some random passer-by actually slows down and stops to peer inside. ...

/DATA/CENTER, a flash exhibition under Paris

On 10 January 2014, an unidentified group occupies what used to be an anti-nuclear shelter and will soon become a data center. ...

Banksy adds digital artworks to his NYC residency

Everyone knows Banksy, the famous (but anonymous) street artist. For October, he decided to stay in New York City and use the whole town for a personal outdoor exhibition 'Better Out Than In".  ...

[News from NYC] BRIC: Building Renovation Inaugurates Change

"Armchair Parade" by Julian Crouch, Mark Stewart, Ragnar Freidank. What does BRIC stand for these days? (Hint: it's not Brazil Russia India China.) Bespoke Recycled Indie Couture? Too Williamsburg. Believe Radically In Community? Too Brownsville. Brooklyn Reinvents Itself Creatively? A bit too Bushwick, but we're getting there. ...

[News from NYC] Casey Reas' Ultraconcentrated exhibited at Bitforms Gallery

It was about time that Casey Reas returned to the dark, urban intimacy of Bitforms Gallery in New York City. After a spate of spectacular, architecturally scaled commissions and collaborations in locations ranging from Miami Beach to the Massachussetts Institute of Technology over the past few years, the Los Angeles-based artist best known for co-creating the open-source, art-oriented software Processing recently opened his Ultraconcentrated solo show in Chelsea. ...

[Exhibition] COMPUTING THE PHYSICAL at LEAP, Berlin

LEAP (Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance) opens its exhibition, "Computing the physical" in Berlin from June 29th to July 6th. It features Pablo Garcia, Martin Hesselmeier, Markus Kison and Niklas Roy. We don't know yet wich artworks will be presented. We've selected some of each artists' creations. ...
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