Digital, Net & Sound Art
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Algo tiene que pasar con los artistas que trabajan con las nuevas tecnologías para justificar la tan amplia difusión de piezas robóticas que se encargan por sí mismas de crear obras de arte . La experimentación en este campo tiene raíces muy lejanas : desde los autómatas del siglo XVIII hasta toda clase de criaturas, basadas en características biológicas , que le permiten actuar como los seres vivos, adaptándose al entorno y respondiendo a los impulsos exteriores con actitudes que no han sido previamente programadas.
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The Commons Lab aims to structure a discourse and a series of actions and activities related to this concept. " Procomún " ( Commons ) is a new term that seeks to express a very old idea: that some assets belong to everyone and together they form a community of resources that should be actively protected and managed. That community consists of the things we inherit or create jointly and hope to leave to future generations.
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Charles Clary uses layers of paper to create sculptures with volume and depth. “If I actually cut the paper and make it come out, and you can go in and out of it, this is actual creation of the world. So you can kind of sustain your disbelief, and put yourself into this environment.
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If you're interested in learning to make concept art—or simply taking your recreational painting into the digital sphere—concept artist Matt Kohr spent a week teaching us the basics.
Art Authority for iPad brings the world’s greatest artists to the iPad, offering not just an incredible virtual art museum, but also just the sort of intimate and personal experience that embodies what the iPad is all about. I’d heard a few very good things about Art Authority around the time the iPad first came out, so my expectations were high for this app.
2 November 2010 Last updated at 04:36 ET By Colin Grant Producer, Digital Planet Artist David Hockney speaks to BBC Click about creating digital artwork for an exhibition in Paris "Who wouldn't want one?
Proof that looting and violence aren't nearly as effective as positive and peaceful protest, UK based arts charity NOISE are hosting a timely two week exhibition entitled, 'The Art of Protest'.