Archives for posts tagged ‘net-art’

New Media Lecture Series – Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan is an artist-curator who works in and outside of traditional exhibition spaces. Her work explores institutional critique and feminist perspectives in video and web-based media. Chan is a recipient of the Mississauga Art Awards for Emerging Visual Talent in 2008. She has exhibited her work at Transmediale 2012, GLI.TC/H Festival, Portland Art Museum, […]

Brandon Jan Blommaert

Brandon Jan Blommaert Work from his oeuvre. Below is his essay from CIAC’s ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE. “The coma lasted all of four years and some months. While coming to, his eyes adjust to that long lost sensation caused by light bouncing off of surfaces – everything shimmering in a hazy sparkling blur. Soon those pale green […]

Super Modern Art Museum

Super Modern Art Museum (spamm.fr) Work from their current exhibition. Works featured above are: Jon Satrom, Nicolas Sassoon, Yann Weissgerber, and Jennifer Chan. “Visual arts have entered a new era. It’s a place where immediacy rules, where visual arts becomes virtual, a place that links the world together. A new era for artists who have […]

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 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 […]

Alexi Shulgin

Alexi Shulgin Work from Form Art. “In 1997, he released his first interactive work, Form Art, in which only minimum factors are programmed in the form of HTML. Shulgin describes this page as a “formalistic” aesthetical art site”. Navigating this site requires aimless click-throughs of blank boxes and links, which lead the viewer through countless […]

Alain Barthélémy

Alain Barthélémy Work from his oeuvre. http://www.sixteenmillioncolors.com, http://www.allthethingsyoucandowithacomputer.com, http://www.halfanhourabovearedline.com, and http://www.dimensionsvariables.com. “Coming from an engineer training at the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Lyon in Art Option, Alain Bathélémy leads for several years an artistic research that comes and goes between theorical reflexion and experimentations, conceptual productions and formal propositions, using such mediums as video, computer programs, […]

Duncan Malashock

Duncan Malashock Work from Catchments. “Duncan Malashock uses the Internet as a point of departure for his analysis about reality. Through visual experimentation his work talks about how we relate with the web intended as a world of exchange where concept and ideas take form and flow. His concepts, mostly expressed through the conceptual titles […]

Aleksandra Domanović

Aleksandra Domanović Work from 19:30 Stacks. “19:30 Stacks is a new series of sculptures by Aleksandra Domanović. They’re actually stacks of A4 and A3 paper with parts of photos printed on their side. To create this effect, Aleksandra made huge PDF files which she printed with an inkjet printer set to “border-less printing”. You can […]

Street Show

Street Show – The Things Between Us @ Eyebeam (540 W. 21 St.) – organized by Michael Manning Street Show: ‘The Things Between Us’ is an exhibition of new work from 22 different artists distributed solely through a USB Dead Drop installed at 540 W. 21 St. (@ Eyebeam Center for Art + Technology) in New York […]