Posts Tagged ‘art’

Body Hacking: Sensory Perception & Technology As Art

For thousands of years, people have been modifying their bodies. But have you ever thought about extending your senses beyond the limits of human nature? That’s what body hackers do. And Madeline Schwartzman, professor at Barnard College and Parsons, has written a book featuring artistic examples of what happens when people improve the human apparatus […]

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Rijksmuseum lanceert Rijksstudio | innoMarketing

Een voor de museumwereld innovatieve digitale toepassing waarin een groot deel uit de Rijksmuseumcollectie voor iedereen gratis beschikbaar is 125.000 bekende, onverwachte en verrassende beelden om tot in detail op in te zoomen, om aan te raken, te ‘liken’ én om zelf mee aan de slag te gaan. Rijksstudio brengt de collectie van het Rijksmuseum […]

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ART& DESIGN SALE – Temporary Art Centre Eindhoven

Kunst- en designliefhebbers kunnen hun hart ophalen zonder de portemonnee uit te hoeven wringen: het evenement is een combinatie van een showcase van frisse ontwerpen en een gezellig weekenduitstapje voor het hele gezin, maar altijd fijn geprijsd. Grijp tijdens de Art & Design Sale de kans om de makers persoonlijk aan te spreken  en de […]

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jillian mayer : erasey page

Erasey Page is a newly commissioned web-based project that Mayer produced in collaboration with computer programmer, designer, and creative technologist Eric Shoenborn, which will be on view in the Bass Museum’s recently renovated project room space. The interactive website begins with a greeting from the artist as a pop-up spokes model who promotes visitors to […]

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Art in the Knowledge-based Polis

Lately, the concept of “knowledge production” has drawn new attention and prompted strong criticism within art discourse. One reason for the current conflictual status of this concept is the way it can be linked to the ideologies and practices of neoliberal educational policies. In an open letter entitled “To the Knowledge Producers,” a student from […]

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Vida 13.2 Art & Artificial Life International Competition

Fundación Telefónica announces the Vida 13.2 Art & Artificial Life International Competition, which for the last twelve years has awarded prizes for artistic projects using technological mediums offering innovative approaches to research into artificial life. The projects may be based on systems which emulate, imitate or speculate on the notion of life through current research […]

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FAST Light – Arts at MIT

FAST is a prominent feature of the MIT150 events, a festival celebrating MIT’s unique confluence of Art, Science and Technology. Directed by Professor of Music and Media Tod Machover, FAST will present an exciting, surprising variety of work, embracing past to future, performance to debate, and installations to the unclassifiable. FAST Light – Arts at MIT.

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Konstruct – AR iPhone app – James Alliban

In the coming years, once Augmented Reality glasses are commonplace, I hope to see apps that allow for creative user generated content to be distributed in virtual space. These tools would give people the opportunity to virtually build sculptures, paint on walls and leave trails using gesture and voice as they wander through cities. Others […]

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Mickey Hart: There’s a Fire on the Mountain

The drumbeat of politicians sounding the alarm about the need to rethink how we educate children in this country is music to my ears. But the rhythm of the conversation, which tends to focus on Science, Technology,Engineering, and Math, is missing a beat: STEM needs an A, for the Arts. How did I learn this? The hard way… […]

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ZKM App goes Art // Art goes App Contest 2011

The ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and CAS Software AG, CyberForum e.V., together with the partners MFG Baden-Württemberg – Public Innovation Agency for ICT and Media, and GFT Technologies AG, present the International AppArtAward 2011. We select the best works of art in app format that have advanced to artistic applications and/or […]

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