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Erreur d’impression

Erreur d’impression
Publier à l’ère du numérique Une exposition proposée par Alessandro Ludovico, artiste, théoricien des nouveaux médias, rédacteur en chef de la revue Neural. 23 octobre 2012 – 7 avril 2014 Cette exposition en ligne propose de mettre en lumière, d’une manière critique, conceptuelle et expérimentale, l’un des phénomènes contemporains les plus importants dans le domaine de la communication : la métamorphose des médias imprimés et ses conséquences sur la transmission de l’information et la préservation des contenus. Les publications imprimées ne sont pas obsolètes, mais elles traversent une phase de mutation profonde, en grande partie liée au fait que les écrans supplantent progressivement l’imprimé. “Erreur d’impression. Ce projet inclut des œuvres, dont de nouvelles productions, de Gregory Chatonsky, Benjamin Gaulon aka Recyclism, Julian Oliver et Danja Vasiliev, Jonathan Puckey (Moniker), DuroSport Electronics, Do it yourself book scanner (Daniel Reetz), Stéphanie Vilayphiou.

Public Domain Day Public Domain Day Every year on New Year's Day, due to the expiration of copyright protection terms on works produced by authors who died seven decades earlier, thousands of works enter the public domain - that is, their content is no longer owned or controlled by anyone, but it rather becomes a common treasure, available for anyone to freely use for any purpose. On the 1st January 2013 we warmly welcome the works of a.o. the Brussels author Neel Doff , the feminists Germaine Dulac , Violet Hunt and Tina Modotti , the Japanese poet Akiko Yosano , the sf-writers Ernest Bramah , Alexander Beliaev and Nictzin Dyalhis , the novelists Robert Musil , Roberto Arlt , Stefan Zweig and Bruno Schulz , the poets Olena Teliha and Jakob van Hoddis , the painter Walter Sickert and futurist poet Daniil Kharms ... Read more on publicdomainday.org The Death of the Authors, 1941 edition The selection of the texts used for this publication is very much influenced by the availability of works online. Samples

Exposition virtuelle - Sur les chemins de la Grande Guerre The Future of Photobooks: A cross-blog discussion | RESOLVE — the liveBooks blog ‹ Home The Future of Photobooks: A cross-blog discussion It’s hard to deny there are seismic shifts happening in the publishing industry right now. Photo by Miki Johnson Spurred by a feature on FlakPhoto highlighting the winners of Blurb’s Photography.Book.Now contest, RESOLVE has teamed up with Andy Adams, creator of the online photography showcase, to build a month-long cross-blog discussion around the Future of Photobooks. In order to include as many viewpoints as possible, we asked bloggers to contribute posts, shared some of their best ideas, then brought it all back to a central point where readers could grasp the larger issues more easily. How did we get here? We are always eager to experiment with the blog format — we believe it has the power to answer questions collectively that are too big for any one person to tackle. Taking advantage of the flexibility the blog format affords, we also added two more posts that were suggested in the comments and by collaborating bloggers.

Chercher le texte Espace Virtuel What are the best printers if you want to self-publish a photo book? | RESOLVE — the liveBooks blog ‹ Home December 11th, 2009 What are the best printers if you want to self-publish a photo book? Posted by liveBooks RJ Shaughnessy, Your Golden Opportunity Is Comeing Very Soon. On Tuesday we started a cross-blog conversation about the Future of Photobooks, the first wave in a multi-week, crowd-sourced project to see if we can collectively figure out what of the more difficult questions facing our industry: “What will photobooks look like in 2019?” In the course of that conversation, J. J. Dalton says: “I have heard good things about this place, which has a much more hands-on process on and is tighter with the QC. And the prices are very good, especially once you start looking at 10+ copies.” @JSandifer says: “OR you could decide to buy a Vandercook and do it all by hand! Joerg @ Conscientious wrote a post a year ago about “Richard Renaldi and Seth Boyd’s Charles Lane Press and their first book Fall River Boys.” That’s just a very short list to get us started.

De la datalittérature dans le 9-3 Dans le cadre d'une résidence d'écrivain, des élèves de terminale STG d'un lycée d'Aubervilliers ont construit une fiction, Traque traces, une réflexion ambitieuse sur le thème de l'identité numérique. Traque traces, c’est l’histoire d’une énarque atypique qui quitte son loft bobo par passion de la littérature pour proposer un projet de résidence d’écrivain dans un lycée « difficile » du 93 classé site d’excellence. Elle tombe sur un proviseur qui lui dit banco tout de suite, de ceux qui ne s’embarrassent pas des lourdeurs administratives. L’idée : faire des ateliers d’écriture pendant un an sur « cette nouvelle écriture du monde et des individus basée sur les données » dans une classe de terminale STG (sciences et technologies de la gestion) sage comme tout, pas le genre à envoyer un professeur à l’hôpital pour dépression nerveuse. Tout est vrai, sauf la chute. Cécile Portier « Tu t’appelles comment ? « Ici ou là-bas ? Une plus grande capacité à écrire Le site Traque traces

Nils Aziosmanoff : Les artistes du numérique explorent... more on the future of photo books: digital offset creations | Mrs. Deane herr lezmi’s book sign­ing party @ galerie lichtblick Last Thurs­day, Fred­eric Lezmi had invited us over to Cologne for his book sign­ing party at Galerie Licht­blick (annex home of Wolf­gang Zur­born, who taught him a thing or two). Pub­lished by White Press, another off­shoot from the Schaden clan, it is a good show­case of ways to be cre­ative with the pos­si­bil­i­ties opened up with the arrival of afford­able and decent dig­i­tal off­set print­ing. Lezmi pub­lished his trav­el­ogue From Vienna to Beirut not as a tra­di­tional book, but as an impos­si­bly long (11 meters) lep­orello, sand­wiched between two can­vas clad hard­cov­ers, in which he slipped (not glued) both ends of the folded paper. This whole con­struc­tion is held together by a wide band of paper that may dou­ble up as a can­dle shade (just place over a tea light). prod­uct dis­play image as found on schaden website Thekla Ehling on the right at herr lezmi’s book sign­ing party @ galerie lichtblick

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