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

The Art of Work
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The Art of Work

[image] The hygrothermograph is one of the most common devices used to measure fluctuations in temperature and humidity caused by the presence of warm bodies in museum galleries. Retrieved from supercommunity.e-flux.com/ Luis Camnitzer — Thinking About Art Thinking May 7th, 2015 supercommunity View Original e-flux journal 56th Venice Biennale “True art supposedly takes form in an area that is considered unreachable. It’s located between consciousness and the unconscious and is subject to magical interpretations.” “Or is it where cognition has … Continue reading

Regimes of signification…
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Regimes of signification…

Louis Althusser, fotografiado en 1973 durante una de sus clases en la Escuela Normal Superior de París. / PATRICK GUIS / KIPA / CORBIS. Retreived from http://elpais.com/diario/2011/06/16/cultura/1308175201_850215.html Chapter I: The unworkable interface Alexander Galloway – The interface effect “… the four regimes of signification: (1) Ideological: an aesthetic of coherence, a politics of coherence; (2) Ethical: an aesthetic of … Continue reading

STEM vs STEAM
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STEM vs STEAM

[image] photo credit: Charles Nègre, La tailleur de pierre, salt print from a collodion on glass negative, summer 1853 courtesy of Hans P. Kraus, Jr. | New York. Retrieved from http://stemtosteam.org/case-studies/ A fascinating conversation on Radio NZ between Noelle McCarthy and Professor Bruce Sheridan around creativity, generating ideas, improvisation, education, failure and a lot more… the ideas around ‘STEM’ (science, technology, engineering and maths) vs … Continue reading