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2011 Screengrab New Media Arts Award: Nostalgia

Screengrab 2011: Nostalgia :: December 12, 2011 :: eMerge Media Space, James Cook University, School of Creative Arts, Townsville, Queensland 4811, Australia :: Call for Art — Deadline: July 22, 2011.

Nostalgia runs deep in the network. The clean lines and coded purity of interface culture and consumer electronics belies a deeper yearning for the origins of new media. 8 Bit games, glitch art, stop motion video, audio distortions and retro stylings are cropping up throughout the networked landscape as artists unpack, smudge, melt, data-mosh and retrace their steps back to the early halcyon days of digital media. Tactile, fluid, fuzzy analogue aesthetics are emerging in surprising places as the origins of our streamlined relationship with technology and the world around us is interrogated, encoded and telegraphed into our livings rooms, browsers and pockets. Continue reading


Jun 11, 13:02
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Reblogged Rick Silva: Work from Antlers WiFi

Babel Fiche

Babel Fiche is a crowd-sourced film that collects and remixes amateur video footage. During 2011 we are gathering and selecting contemporary clips which describe everyday life around the Earth. These movie fragments will be printed on colour microfiche – a photographic medium capable of lasting 500 years and simply requiring light and a lens to expand its contents. This analogue throwback might even outlast our current reliance on fragile digital storage.

Babel Fiche is an imaginary media for future anthropologists. It asks which behaviours, objects, traditions and conflicts we want to communicate to a future world. Today’s human cultures, physique and technology will inevitably develop out of all recognition. So how might a future species translate our current times? Continue reading


Mar 19, 15:50
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William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible

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Nov 14, 16:22
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Noteboek | Notebook by Evelien Lohbeck

Noteboek (2008) consists of 4 short experimental films by Evelien Lohbeck.


Nov 14, 09:42
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Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries [kr Seoul]

Down in Fukuoka with the Belarusian Blues: Young-hae Chang Heavy Industries :: October 7 – November 7, 2010 :: Gallery Hyundai, 80 Sagan-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-190, Korea.

The controversial new masterpiece that everybody’s talking about — everybody who’s anybody. It’s the best entertainment in town — and Seoul is a big town.

Down in Fukuoka with the Belarusian Blues is a translation from French into English and a transposition to the present of a sworn deposition made on July 18, 1873, by an 18-year-old French poet, Arthur Rimbaud. In his testimony, he recounts his dramatic confrontation with another French poet, Paul Verlaine, then 29. Continue reading


Oct 3, 16:49
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“Gravity” by Julien Gachadoat

Binary Code View [uk London]

Binary Code View: Rob Smith, Anthony Gross, Rafael Rozendaal :: June 26 – July 30, 2010 :: theAGENCY, 66 Evelyn Street, London.

The artists all work using methods and frameworks available only via or on the internet in order to create original artworks. All artists are making work for and showing in established fine art venues as opposed to having a practice, which is exclusively established under the specific heading of digital art. The exhibition brings together three very different approaches of conceptual art practice in the digital age presented as installation or projection. Binary Code View refers to the language computers use to translate analogue information or alternatively to generate new binary combinations and artificial intelligence(ai).

Rob Smith has recently utilsed mobile internet technologies to realise Field Broadcast a live broadcasting project working in collaboration with Rebecca Birch and Projeckt. Continue reading


Jun 4, 13:02
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Pixel – A Pixel Art Documentary

An 11 minute documentary by Simon Cottee exploring the merits and impact of pixel art, animation and chiptune music. Interviews with Jason Rohrer, Joe Brumm and Alex Yabsley. Music from http://8bitcollective.com/.


May 28, 10:52
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The Executive Series: Age of the Executive by Angie Eng

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