Archives for posts tagged ‘net-art’

Louis Eisner

Louis Eisner Work from Mountain Stream Ringtone. “Introducing Mountain Stream Ringtone, Belgium’s finest oasis of heightened consciousness. We bring you peace and awareness through our unique combination of aural satisfaction, visual stimulation and olfactory pleasure. If it pleases you, please inhale deeply and bask in oneness with the universe. Mountain Stream Ringtone provides superior relaxation, […]

LIA

LIA Work from Black & White. “The Austrian artist LIA – one of the early pioneers of Software and Net Art – has been creating digital art, installations and sound works since 1995. Her works combine various traditions of drawing and painting with the aesthetic of digital images and algorithms. They are characterized by a […]

Paul Flannery

Paul Flannery Work from 7 Rainbow Minutes. “7 rainbow minutes is part of an occasional series of clocks. Each clock uses a computer file type to keep its time. Often this is a gif with each frame ticking over at one second intervals. In this piece though, each minute is witness to one colour of […]

New Media Lecture Series – Nicholas O’Brien

“Nicholas O’Brien is a net-based artist, curator, and writer whose research primarily revoles around the exploration of digital self, language, and the relevance of landscape studies within network culture. His multi-disciplined practice encompasses experimental interviews, performance based blogs, 3D animation, writing editorial columns on contemporary art, and micro-lectures on popular cultural phenomenon that borrow from traditional cinematic and literary […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from En plein air. “Silva’s “En plein air” is an ultimately logical endeavor considering the artist’s mariage of natural and technological material and imagery in his practice. Here Silva is producing computer based works on location – in the open air – in the tradition of the impressionists. We are offered a […]

New Media Lecture Series – Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson is a computer musician and artist based in Brooklyn, NY. His work explores the politics of appropriation, failure, and the tension between order & chaos through creative (mis)uses of consumer electronics and elements of early Internet vernacular. He is the founder of the 8bitpeoples low-tech audio/visual collective, member of Computers Club Drawing Society […]

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 […]

Andrey Yazev

Andrey Yazev Work from his oeuvre. Visit the site to properly experience the works. “Andrey Yazev’s net.art references universal browser tropes like scroll bars and pop-up windows to produce familiar yet thought-provoking web sculptures. Enlisting viewer participation to activate his works, Yazev turns observers into users by keying in on their online interface sensibilities. Intuitively […]

Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy Work from Rooms @ Klaus Gallery. “The latest in her series of “Space Portraits,” Sara Ludy’s new video “Rooms” shows the artist’s spatial explorations of models from Google’s SketchUp 3D Warehouse. An ominous synthetic soundtrack accompanies Ludy’s ethereal manipulations of architectural space. Her interest in the creative constraints of “defaults” of both architecture […]

Emilio Gomariz

Emilio Gomariz Work from his oeuvre. “His works are focused on virtual fields, where he develops new RGB aesthetics and movements combining different digital ways.” – Emilio Gomariz