Digital Art: Beyond The Hype
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Digital Art: Beyond The Hype

[image] Andreas Nicolas Fischer, Schwarm (2015) http://www.ignant.de/2015/11/24/digital-art-beyond-the-hype/ November 24, 2015  by Charmaine Li If you think of the term ‘digital art’, you might conjure up images of twitchy GIFs or glitchy videos. You might think it’s a recent development, but in fact its practice has roots dating back to the 1960s. So – what is considered ‘digital art’? … Continue reading

the conjurer
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the conjurer

[image] Hieronymus Bosch, The Conjurer – Date unknown. Oil on panel. Original dimensions: 53 x 65 cm. Retrieved from https://excursuses.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/hieronymus-bosch-a-primer/ He who lets himself be fooled by conjuring tricks loses his money and becomes the laughing stock of children.” – A Flemish proverb “The Conjurer, an extraordinary tale of a conjurer trying to persuade the spectator that he’s pulling … Continue reading

Stan VanDerBeek
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Stan VanDerBeek

http://www.stanvanderbeek.com   Beginning in the 1960s, Stan VanDerBeek worked with multiple projections on movable screens. In his live shows with film, video and computer graphics, he created high visual density comparable to the contemporary music video, which he then developed into computer animation. These experiments of high density in collage forms were conducted through image … Continue reading

“The post-photographic condition”
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“The post-photographic condition”

[image] Screen-grab :: https://anti-utopias.com/newswire/post-photographic-condition/ The Post-Photographic Condition. Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal In Featured Events / September 16, 2015 Retrieved from: https://anti-utopias.com/newswire/post-photographic-condition/ “The Post-Photographic Condition is characterised by the proliferation of images and the prominence of the Internet, smartphones and social networks. The world as we know it is now governed by instantaneity and subject to accelerated digital … Continue reading

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Thomas Locher’s “Post-Information”

(Left) Thomas Locher, A – H, 2002/2015. (Right) Thomas Locher, A – G, 2002/2015. (more images here) by ANA TEIXEIRA PINTO : July 14, 2015 Thomas Locher’s “Post-Information” SILBERKUPPE, Berlin Long before post-internet aesthetics and ubiquitous networking began to overhumanize technology, men in gray flannel suits were the standard metaphor for the dehumanizing nature of corporate technocracy. This expression, which swiftly became … Continue reading