Archives for posts tagged ‘internet’

Pronunciation Manual

Prononciation Manual Work from their oeuvre. “Pronunciation Book is a youtube channel that was registered on April 14, 2010, intended as a resource for “correct” pronunciations of a variety of words that were complex, foreign, or otherwise difficult to pronounce. Each video had a distinct aesthetic, consisting of a still frame with the word being pronounced […]

Eric Fleischauer

Eric Fleischauer Work from his oeuvre. “Working mainly in video and sculpture with drawings, photographs, websites, artist books, and curated projects surfacing from the concepts that guide his work, Eric Fleischauer uses these various forms to investigate the position(s) and influence(s) that technology holds in society on both the individual and cultural level. … Fleischauer […]

Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied

Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied “Once Upon are three important contemporary web sites, recreated with technology and spirit of late 1997, according to the memories of Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied. They created a 1997 version of Google+, YouTube and facebook, all optimized for Netscape Navigator 4.03, running under Windows 95. Of course you can view them with a browser that still […]

Nicolas Maigret and Nicolas Montgermont

Nicolas Maigret  and Nicolas Montgermont Work from In Internet Topography. “LAPS is an audio and visual installation that uses Internet as an imaginary space where sound echoes, reverberates throughout the Web. Based on transmission errors, the sound material is shaped by the virtual acoustic space of the network. Sound streams broadcasted within the installation structure gradually […]

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from TIDES @ bubblebyte.org exhibition runs until December 1. Note: This is an online exhibition and the above videos are screen recordings of the pieces. Please go to the gallery and view the pieces in their proper context. “The work of Nicolas Sassoon makes use of various computer-based aesthetics to generate fantasized […]

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson Work from Void Gaze. “VOID GAZE is an interactive text experience with an accompanying series of computer drawings by Jeremiah Johnson. In the style of early text adventure games, the player uses words to interact with the gameworld by entering them at a command prompt. Themes related to vision and sight run throughout […]

Kim Asendorf

Kim Asendorf Work from Solo Show in Sim City. “Kim Asendorf is a conceptual media artist and works in a large area of digital related art. He loves to transport things from the internet into the real life and back. Kim did several net.art projects, often based on data taken from the internet or gathered […]

AIDS-3D

AIDS-3D Work from their oeuvre. “…Complicating their position, Keller and Kosmas state, “Acting as both patron and proprietor of an all-you-can eat-buffet, Aids-3D dynamically hedges its positions — deciding, juxtaposing and networking to effectively manage their risk while providing unique works which attempt to satisfy market criteria.” I understand this, roughly, to mean, “As a […]

JK Keller

JK Keller Work from Binary’s Forth Fugue. “Binary’s Forth Fugue is the latest conceptual project of JK Keller. An animated GIF series based on generative animations created using arrow icons which mark the different direction for each animation. Keller tells us more about this work; “The project began as an exploration in the generative potential of found digital imagery. […]

Ted Davis

Ted Davis Work from TEXT2IMAGE “TEXT2IMAGE is an online tool by Ted Davis that does exactly what the name describes, but in a different way than one might expect. Rather than creating a typographic based image of the text submitted, TEXT2IMAGE renders an abstract image that is the translation of the given input. The results remain […]