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Electronic superhighway - whitechapel gallery - London - 2016

Art, Technology and Online Identity. Hypersalon. Full screen. Offlineart: new2. Unpainted. Mal au Pixel 7. Mal au Pixel, un "laboratoire ouvert" à la Gaîté Lyrique.

Mal au Pixel 7

Dans le cadre de Laboratoire Ouvert, Mal au Pixel et le réseau de festivals Pixelache proposent un cycle de rencontres autour de pratiques singulières et de points de vue prospectifs et critiques sur les technologies actuelles ou à venir. Les artistes-chercheurs sont également invités à transmettre leurs savoir-faire au cours d'un atelier, dans des domaines aussi variés que la programmation “open source”, la création électronique “open hardware”, les protocoles réseau, l’interaction temps réel... Issus d’un programme européen porté par le réseau Pixelache, ces ateliers menées par des intervenants locaux et internationaux alimenteront une nouvelle base de ressources en ligne. Terminal. Form@ts. Cycle « Side Effects » Une exposition proposée par Christophe Bruno, en collaboration avec Samuel Tronçon et Chrystelle Desbordes. 16 mars – 22 octobre 2012.


Form@ts : Internet support et matière à œuvre. L’espace virtuel du Jeu de Paume, propose, depuis mars 2012, une exposition en ligne intitulée Form@ts.

Form@ts : Internet support et matière à œuvre

Conçue par Christophe Bruno, elle réunit six projets, dont certains collectifs, qui utilisent le web à la fois comme support et comme matière. Form@ts joue sur l’ambivalence de sa signification : format d’une œuvre, format d’un fichier, formatage et reformatage informatique. Traversée par les notions d’émergence, d’obsolescence, d’hybridation et d’import/export, cette exposition virtuelle fait autant référence à l’histoire de l’art qu’à la culture geek. ASCII History of Moving Images, ou le Cinéclub version Matrix. 404 Not Found, presented by BAL’s Night & Day Series. Berlin Art Link (BAL) proudly presents 404 Not Found, the second exhibition in their ongoing Night & Day Series, which will feature works by six web and digital artists including Aram Bartholl, Bennett Williamson, Billy Rennekamp, Duncan Malashock, Elvia Wilk and Ola Vasiljeva.

404 Not Found, presented by BAL’s Night & Day Series

Each will present a single work. To an Internet artist, the gallery often presents an inconvenience rather than an opportunity. They are asked to artificially amend their work so that it appears more lofty or meaningful than “just another YouTube video.” Projectors take the place of monitors, screenshots replace active webpages, and the inherent interactivity of the work is removed because we are told to “please step away from the art.” Duncan Malashock “Birthstone Puzzle” (2011), video still Duncan Malashock’s video Birthstone Puzzle is a web video intended for viewing on Vimeo and presented as such. Elvia Wilk’s HTML poetry is a interactive clickthrough experience. Additional Information. Introduction to (1994-1999) Art at Internet Week. Has the Internet Made Everyone an Artist?

Art at Internet Week

Panel at Internet Week (all photos & screencaps by the author for Hyperallergic) Artists in the digital age and presenting art online, as well as exhibiting online art in offline spaces, were the focus of a couple of panels at Internet Week, a citywide festival examining the digital landscape that was held May 14 to 21. While art was definitely not central to much of Internet Week, these two panels, “Has the Internet Made Everyone an Artist?” And “Digital Gallery,” brought it into the wider dialogue on the involvement of individuals and institutions in the spread of ideas through the internet, and melding these ideas with the physical world. Both of these panels can be streamed online below. “Has the Internet Made Everyone an Artist?” "Shape/Shift," an interactive installation by Ivan Toth Depeña, Jack Kalish, Catherine McCurry and Gabriella Levine Like the “Has the Internet Made Everyone an Artist?”

The hello cube - tate modern


The SPEED SHOW exhibition format: Hit an Internet-cafe, rent all computers they have and run a show on them for one night – agnesdelmotte

Hacks - Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. The role of social media and technology with Al Jazeera Wednesday, March 2, 2011 Starts: 6:30 PM@GAFFTA The popular uprising in Egypt captivated the world both online and off, and Al Jazeera was at the forefront of the coverage in every media format from broadcast TV to social networks.

Hacks - Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

Ahmed Shihab-Eldin of Al Jazeera English will talk about how they covered the revolution and the role of technology in the events on the ground. We will also have a recap of the events by Amir Khella (@amirkhella), Egyptian and founder of Keynotopia and Rio Akasaka (@rioakasaka) will present his project: What do 24 hours of Mubarak tweets look like. This is a joint event hosted with HackDemocracySF.

Event listing on DAM]

** The galleries [DAM]Berlin and [DAM]Cologne are parts of an overall concept of imparting art that is exclusively dedicated to the influence of the computer and the digital in art and society. We are especially interested in the contextual examination of this media and/or new artistic forms. – agnesdelmotte

ARTHACKDAY. Prosume This!

18th of November, 17:00 – 19:00 – agnesdelmotte

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer)