Jim Shaw Jim Shaw (American, born ) Jim Shaw Untitled, 1977 Heather James Fine Art Price on Request Untitled, 1977 Raymond Pettibon Raymond Pettibon (American, born ) Raymond Pettibon I taught my Ape to Take My Place, 1987 nocinema nocinema WEB CINEMA english - français - español - deutsch Presented in an initial version at the Walker Art Centre in Minneapolis at the end of the 90's, "nocinema.org" is an ever-evolving streaming online application developed by Jérôme Joy, French artist and composer, and continuously & collectively developed by the nocinema team. This project, between documentary and fiction and developed for the web, generates infinite audio-visual sequences and "interludes". "Nocinema.org" is a kind of improbable cinema and a film having no beginning and no end, no actors or scene and no scenario, except for the stories we can construct while following the combinations of images and sound : web interludes. "nocinema.org" is an automatized system based on a process of selection of live webcams worldwide located, which capture fortuitous "shots" on different locations.
Box with the Sound of Its Own Making - Robert Morris Artist: Robert Morris Completion Date: 1961 Style: Minimalism, Conceptual Art Genre: installation MIKE DIANA OFFICIAL WEBSITE COMIX ORIGINAL ART UNDERGROUND FREEDOM OF SPEECH for more info, to schedule an interview with Mike, buy artwork, comix, etc, contact: jefe (at) testpress (dot) net, or join Mike's email list below NEW from MIKE DIANA! Mike Diana's artwork graces the new CD from pop-grindcore-comedy-homocore-rock band TOTALLY FUCKING GAY! We have a limited run of 100 CD's to sell, with half the proceeds going to Mike for contributing his artwork. CD purchase includes free download of entire CD New English Library The New English Library was a United Kingdom book publishing company, which became an imprint of Hodder Headline. History New English Library (NEL) was created in 1961 by the Times Mirror Company of Los Angeles, with the takeover of two small British paperback companies, Ace Books Ltd and Four Square Books Ltd, as a complement to its 1960 acquisition of New American Library in the United States. The imprint was sold in 1981 to Hodder & Stoughton, and became part of the merged Hodder Headline in 1993. The brand continued as a mass-market imprint for Hodder Headline, focussing on thrillers and horror, until 2004 when it was dropped following Hodder's assimilation into the Hachette Livre group, and a single Hodder & Stoughton paperback list was created, combining the NEL titles then in print with those in Hodder's previous Coronet (mainstream) and Flame (young and contemporary) paperback lines.
RICHARD VIJGEN [OBJECT ORIENTED INFORMATION DESIGN & RESEARCH] About the studio Studio Richard Vijgen is a design studio for contemporary information culture. I investigate new strategies to find the big stories in big data through research and design. My work is deeply rooted in the digital domain but always connects with physical or social space. Charles E. Burchfield Best known for his romantic, often fantastic depictions of nature, watercolorist Charles Ephraim Burchfield (1893-1967) developed a unique style of watercolor painting that reflected distinctly American subjects and his profound respect for nature. The Burchfield Penney Art Center features the largest public collection of works by Burchfield. Within the intertwined galleries of the museum, you will find an ever-changing display of his paintings and sketches, a recreation of his studio, the Charles E. Burchfield Rotunda (specifically designed to highlight his seasonal works), and even references to Burchfield in the building's architecture. According to Burchfield's friend and colleague Edward Hopper, "The work of Charles Burchfield is most decidedly founded, not on art, but on life, and the life that he knows and loves best."
RICHARD VIJGEN [OBJECT ORIENTED INFORMATION DESIGN & RESEARCH] About the studio Studio Richard Vijgen is a design studio for contemporary information culture. I investigate new strategies to find the big stories in big data through research and design. A House of Dust - Alison Knowles and James Tenney - 1967 (East of Borneo) A House of Dust - Alison Knowles and James Tenney - 1967 posted by john on July 12, 2013 A House of Dust, a poetry project created by Alison Knowles and James Tenney and the Siemens 4004 computer in 1967. An early example of a computer generated poem, creating stanzas by working through iterations of lines with changing words from a finite vocabulary list. The result is an edition of 500 different ﬁfteen-page poems.
Diego Collado - Data Recovery One of the haunting aspects of digital technology refers to the unknown durability of the equipment used. What will happen to the memory accumulated in DVDs and hard drives? Analog film has a physical presence that enables its direct visualization but for an archive in graphic format it is necessary to be decoded. We can make backup copies, but the doubts regarding images of immaterial nature persist.