- Earlier this year a call for artworks was launched, and a jury deliberated on the best works that creatively reused open access digital cultural heritage
After much deliberation, the Photomediations team (Open&Hybrid Publishing Pilot of E-Space project), together with guest curators Katrina Sluis (The Photographers Gallery), Karen Newman (Birmingham Open Media), and Pippa Milne (Centre for Contemporary Photography), are proud to announce the overall winner, curators’ choices and commendations for … Continue reading →
- A modern artist shares his experience.
Situ Xiaochun, art consultant of digitalmeetsculture and member of NIO art studio is exceptionally telling about himself and his concept of art in an interesting paper about digital creation. Continue reading →
- a new artist exploring Primitive Aesthetics in todays modern world.
“I’m seeking to create new works that integrate Primitivism with Modern/ New Media.” Breeze Canyon uses traditional and modern art materials to create a fusion of primitive and contemporary art. Themes vary from the human experience to our environment, society and current events. … Continue reading →
- an interesting process that could guide towards a fundamentally different process for innovation in Europe
STARTS encourages synergies between the Arts and innovation for technology and society by promoting the inclusion of artists in Horizon 2020 projects. The initiative Science + Technology + Arts = STARTS in Horizon 2020 is based on the conviction that … Continue reading →
Screening the best in International contemporary short cinema at venues across the Scottish capital in Autumn and curating programmes for other festivals across the UK & Internationally. This year, we’re excited to be programming films for our 2017 partners: Asia’s largest … Continue reading →
ZKM presents the tenth edition of TIME is Love Screening, international video art project gathering several artists. Established in 2008, the program has travelled to major cities in the world attracting a vibrant mix of media professionals, researchers, young people … Continue reading →
Physical urban space and virtual information space are inseparably intertwined. How does being digital change our sense of our spatial surroundings? Can we play in or animate the hybrid or glitched spaces in-between? Is there negative space in cyberspace? NEoN … Continue reading →
By Annamaria Monteverdi Interview to Alexander Gritsenko, russian technological artist founder of Viewmaker (Russian) specialized in videomapping on nature and techno scenography. Mapping on nature and mapping forms as animals. He loves Clement Brien’s mapping works and like him, uses … Continue reading →
International RETHINK ART DIGITAL FESTIVAL, the first Digital Art Festival, taking place in Crete, invites artists to submit their suggestions falling into the following categories: Digital Installations Videomapping 3D printing objects Video art up to 15΄ Digital illustrations Digital photographies … Continue reading →
The 4th International Festival of NanoArt was be hosted in Cluj-Napoca, Romania by Babes-Bolyai University between September 8 – 14, 2016 in parallel with the 11th International Conference On Physics Of Advanced Materials (ICPAM-11). The artworks were shown in the … Continue reading →
The festival is about to present the main event of its second edition: the installation Insight in Gorizia, a city which is particularly important in the European scene for its past related to the Great War. Today Gorizia is the perfect place to talk about multiculturalism, historical and geographic fractures, and especially about the human experience of those who experienced the ‘war fractures’ of the ‘900. Continue reading →
Born in Catanzaro (1962-Italy) where he lives and works, Claudio Parentela is an illustrator, painter, photographer, mail artist, cartoonist, collagist, journalist free lance, active since many years in the international contemporary art scene. He has collaborated, and still he collaborates … Continue reading →