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Le site officiel de l'île Moya sur Second Life - serious game contemporary art virtual museum VR virtual reality. Le site officiel de l'île Moya sur Second Life Official website of the Moya island in Second Life Office du Tourisme du Moya Landun serious game pour vivre au coeur de l'art en compagnie d'un artiste Une visite touristique au coeur de l'oeuvre de l'artiste Patrick Moya.Le Moya Land est une surface virtuelle de 260000 m2 crée en 2007 et fonctionnant sur 4 serveurs.

Le site officiel de l'île Moya sur Second Life - serious game contemporary art virtual museum VR virtual reality

Il est accessible en direct sur internet via Second Life. Cet univers est conçu comme une oeuvre d'art global et immersive où vit et travaille l'artiste français Patrick Moya. Dans cette oeuvre le créateur est devenu la créature. Souriez. PAGES IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE (former FIRST REAL NET ART GALLERY) ÉოᎥլᎥꂅ ცᏒ0uϮ & ოᕱꊼᎥოꂅ ოᕱᏒᎥθՈ. Olia Lialina, Something for Everyone : Espace Multimédia Gantner. L’exposition Olia Lialina, Something For Everyone, est une façon poétique d’explorer Internet sous un angle différent, en découvrant son architecture, ses secrets et ses trésors à travers le travail d’une artiste et nous permettra peut-être, de comprendre un peu mieux cet outil omniprésent dans nos vies.

Olia Lialina, Something for Everyone : Espace Multimédia Gantner

Le titre de l’exposition Something For Everyone (quelque chose pour tout le monde) a de multiples références pour Olia Lialina : « this is for everyone » (ceci est pour tous le monde) de Tim Berners-Lee, le principal inventeur du World Wide Web, « something is provided for all so that none may escape » (on fournit quelque chose pour tout le monde afin que personne ne puisse y échapper) du philosophe T.W. Adorno et indirectement au « Computer for the rest of us » de la marque Apple, ainsi qu’au titre du livre de Clay Shirkey’s « Here Comes Everybody » (voilà, tout le monde arrive) qui résumait la révolution web 2.0 en 2009. Claudia Hart’s The Ruins – In Kepler's Gardens. Mittwoch, 9.

Claudia Hart’s The Ruins – In Kepler's Gardens

September 2020, 20:30 - 20:45 (UTC +2) Live on Ars Electronica Gardens channel Dieser Text ist nur in englischer Sprache verfügbar. The Ruins is an exhibition that implements still lifes to contemplate the canons of a patriarchal Western civilization: modernist paintings and manifestos of political utopias. Join Hart in an intimate video profile as she discusses the works as meditations on a world in crisis, speaking to an unstable present experienced through the possibility of simulation-technologies that use data to model the crystallization of past, future, and present into a perpetual now.

Claudia Hart’s The Ruins The centerpiece of the exhibition is an audiovisual animation tracking through a claustrophobic game world. In addition to playing through the gallery, this audiopiece is an important component of the central work that gives the exhibition its title – The Ruins. On view at bitforms gallery from September 10–October 25. Romain. Tout savoir sur la Fantasy.

Musée SACEM. Exposition Miró VR – Centre Pompidou. The online Museum of Multiplayer Art / LIKELIKE Online. Ouvroir the Movie by Chris Marker. It is recommended you play OUVROIR at full screen.

Ouvroir the Movie by Chris Marker

While it will be a bit pixelated as the movie is not HD, the experience is more immersive nonetheless. Here’s a bit of edifying commentary by Film Comment:“Site Specifics: Chris Marker and Second Life”By Jesse P. FinneganSource: There’s just no other way to say this: Chris Marker has built a museum in the sky of Second Life. That’s right, Second Life—the vast virtual realm, which since 2003 has enabled users to build, explore, and interact via avatars within a tabula rasa of cyber-geography. Arts in the City. The Zium Museum - V r 3. My boyfriend came back from the war, Olia Lialina. Being human d'annie abrahams. Créer un portrait ému en 3D - TUTO !!, Seumboy. ? + ? = ? , Nicolas Frespech., Raphaël Rozendaal. Ophélie Demurger. Net Art Anthology. 386 DX live in New York City, January 31, 2019 “Listen, the miserable computer can’t carry a tune.” — Alexei Shulgin Visit 386 DXas part of “The Art Happens Here: Net Art’s Archival Poetics” at the New Museum through May 26, 2019.

Net Art Anthology

Shulgin began the project out of frustration with a growing reliance among net artists on new, fashionable technologies. In response, he set out to invent a new kind of street performance—a sort of organ grinder, powered by cheap, readily available technology. Alexei Shulgin, 386 DX (1998–2013), performing in the streets of Graz, Austria, 2000. With its rudimentary text-to-speech capabilities, 386 DX sings classic pop songs from lyric sheets saved as plain text.

Often, these are accompanied by synthesized songs generated from MIDI files. The MIDI files are played back using the synthesizer built into any given computer’s sound card. 386 DX uses the Creative Soundblaster card, which was a breakthrough in making 16-bit audio accessible to users. Hubs by Mozilla. Art. Skribbl - Free Multiplayer Drawing & Guessing Game. Revue Muscle. Les boloss des belles lettres.