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What Is Tech’s Next Big Thing? Life After the Smartphone

In June of 2007, Steve Jobs and the iPhone changed the way that we interact and use our mobile devices. Nearly a decade later, the technology has advanced, and early models of “smartphones” are hardly recognizable when compared to today’s sleek, streamlined devices. The smartphone catapulted us into a tech revolution. Smart tech quickly became available and accessible to everyone. Now what’s next?
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Wasting time on the internet. Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith

Kenneth Goldsmith is an artist and poet, well known internationally for being the founding editor of UbuWeb - the largest digital archive of contemporary art. The last August released his new book "Wasting time on the internet", a manifesto that shows "how our time on the internet is not really wasted but is quite productive and creative as he puts the experience in its proper theoretical and philosophical context.
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Rosa Barba: from source to poem to rhythm to reader

Rosa Barba’s films and sculptures bring together memory and fiction, documentary-style narrative and sci-fi storytelling, in a wide-ranging reflection on the poetic qualities of landscape as a place deeply engraved with the traces of history.
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The Art of Flying a Drone

The word “drone” evokes many feelings in many people. In the news, drones are deadly weapons of mass destruction. Yet in the technical world, drones are the future and an enabler of better, and more affordable, modes of transportation. These tiny hovering objects are also an obsessive fascination for hobbyists, such as myself. Drones are no longer just a morbid object of war that only the government can control. Drones are now firmly entrenched in the consumer world, in businesses and at homes.
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The Fastest Website Builders in 2017

Lots of people today will be on the lookout for the Fastest Website Builders in 2017. Of course, there are different things to prioritize when it comes to choosing the best web builders. People need to make sure that they are high-quality in general and that they're going to get high-quality websites out of them. They also have to confirm that they will be easy enough to use in general, and not just easy to use under very specific circumstances. However, in a lot of cases, all of these qualities will go hand in hand.
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FACT and Arts@CERN announce hrm199 as the winner of COLLIDE International Award 2017

FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool and Arts at CERN, the arts and science programme of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), are delighted to announce the studio platform hrm199, led by artist Haroon Mirza, as the winner of COLLIDE International Award 2017. COLLIDE is a major international artist residency programme created to challenge and transform the way art and science encounters are understood.
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Technologizing Throw-Away Culture

In January 2017, a group of artists and academics travelled through Kenya to examine the rise of cheap, throw-away quality electronics. They visited downtown shopping streets, rural markets, luxury shopping malls and wholesale traders to buy and document one of the cheapest electronics accessories: USB charging cables. This event will include a presentation of their archive of USB cables, video and photography artwork, and a panel discussion on the broader implications of the recent global proliferation of cheap electronics.
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OFFF Festival

From April 6 to 8, OFFF festival lands at the Barcelona Design Museum after having traveled through different cities in Belgium, Mexico, the United States, Russ... READ MORE...
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Future emerging Art and Technology

Entitled "Future emerging Art and Technology", the exhibition presents a series of works of art created during collaborations between six internationally acclaimed artists and cutting-edge scientists. The artists were selected during an open process in March 2016 and paired with scientist groups working on European Union FET (Future Emerging Technologies) Open research projects such as exploring gene regulation, quantum physics, underwater robotics, carbon capture, and exascale computing.
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Bill Viola – Electronic Renaissance

From March 10 to July 23, 2017 the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi will be introducing the Florentine public to Bill Viola. Electronic Renaissance, a significant exhibition celebrating this unchallenged master of video art.
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What is happening to our Brain? Art & Life in times of Cognitive Automation

Culture and brain form complex systems of influence, control and resistance. The present brain seems to have been invaded by technology: machines increasingly perform the previously human tasks of language, memory, and imagination, with our learning processes taken up by automated and algorithmic procedures.
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Genecraft: Art in the Biogenetic Age

BOM has launched Genecraft: Art in the Biogenetic Age, showcasing collaborations between artists and scientists making responses to landmark genetic research taking place in Birmingham. The exhibition forms part of a wider programme at BOM presenting art at the frontiers of science.
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Platform: Evan Roth

The cluster of screens presented at the Armory Show is the most ambitious presentation of Roth's latest body of Internet-based works, Landscapes (2014-ongoing), to date: an exploration into the physicality of the Internet is used as a gateway to enter nature and better understand the cultural shifts brought about by the increasingly frequent demands of technology.
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Evidentiary Realism

“Evidentiary Realism” features artists engaged in investigative, forensic, and documentary art. The exhibition aims to articulate a particular form of realism in art that portrays and reveals evidence from complex social systems. The truth-seeking artworks featured explore the notion of evidence and its modes of representation.
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