Joseph Nechvatal is an American artist who operates in different fields, such as music and media art. He is not just an artist though, he is also a philosopher and professor, and published many texts. The most complete and organic one is Immersion into Noise, a book kept hidden in the philosophical and essayistic panorama.
Theresa Schubert and Andrew Adamatzky are the two editors of the book Experiencing the Unconventional. Science in Art, a book that gives deep insight into the work of a series of artists, established and not, who work at the frontiers of art where the border between artistic and scientific research becomes blurry
Moving away from the idea that the reality is losing its physicality in favour of a computer virtualization, we can say that the process of digitalization is almost making clear and understandable some theories of the modern physics.
Education is not a smooth process, because students have to work hard and overcome obstacles all the time. They have to write homework assignments, conduct research and improve their professional skills.
The festival is an open, international event for art, technology and precarity on the net. Works lasting one second or less. The festival is also interested in texts and essays. Deadline: 25th June 2015
Digital America is now looking for critical essays, film, digital artwork, design, and process pieces that question, analyze, and/or hack the tools of digital culture. Deadline undefined
The 1964 New York World’s Fair promised a new revolution of everyday life. Fifty years on, argues Richard Barbrook, and we have to contend with the two opposing visions of that dubious military project, the Net.
Postmodernism deals with structural critique, with subversion and appropriation. The entirety of (art) history is there to be referenced and disassembled. Everything is valid. From every perspective
If 2013 was the year of the selfie, then 2014 was the year of the hyper-short film, the phenomenon of hyper-short film-making, the kind of work that is found within such platforms as Vine, Instagram, and Tout
Where do we stand in 2014, especially in Italy, with the effective dissemination of digital cultural contents and the development of digital cultural markets, compared to the diffusion of traditional physical media?
The influence of digital technologies on the possibilities of creating unusual morphologies and visual scenarios different from the traditional Euclidean codes
Remote Encounters: Connecting bodies, collapsing spaces and temporal ubiquity in networked performance was a two-day international conference with performances held at the University of South Wales on the 11th and 12th of April 2013