- One of the museum’s crown jewels is now available on the web: consulting it opens a new world.
by Caterina Sbrana. In my latest article I have been talking about the digital collection of the New-York Historical Society. During my research I was really captivated by a collection containing over 8,000 sheets, collected since 1816, that you can … Continue reading →
- Thanks to information technology, today and even more so in the future, the heritage that past generations have left us will be at our fingertips.
Text by Caterina Sbrana. This is my third report from New York, specifically from Central Park where the New-York Historical Society is based. In New York I visited other museums, such as 9/11 Memorial & Museum and MOMA and after … Continue reading →
Topic: art and new media technologies
ECLAP fills the gap between digital libraries of performing arts and the high demand for access to this content by creating a considerable, and yet missing, online archive for all the performing arts in Europe, and providing solutions and tools to help performing arts institutions to enter Europeana. Continue reading
A beautiful new sculpture which is set to change the way digital media communicates and connects with traditional art forms was recently unveiled on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in central London. Continue reading
“How I learned to stop listening and love the noise”: Christopher Baker’s artwork ‘Hello World’ is a compilation of 5000 home-made videos from all over the world, to celebrate digital communities and the possibility for anyone to share opinions and thoughts. From our UK correspondent Lucia Ruggiero. Continue reading
They believe that the computer is another creative art making tool and teach their students to explore art also through digital tools. The students are enthusiast for the opportunities that digital art offers to creative process. In these article their true voices witness their positive experience. Continue reading
Benoit Paillé’s impudent use of Photoshop and other digital tools is intended to show the emotion behind the unmistakable artifice of digital touch-ups. He’s witty enough to presents himself as auto-proclaimed genius but he reveals a deep sensibility. Keep an eye on him as he’s becoming a celebrity. Continue reading
Everyone can make digital art, and can have it displayed on bus shelters around London: it is a wonderful opportunity that project Bus-Tops, in cooperation with TFL company (Transport for London), offers to the public. Beside the submitters’ pieces, the project includes artworks from renowned artists. Continue reading
Sign after the X is a net.art project from 3 Canadian artists: Marina Roy (content), David Clark (animation) and Graham Meisner (music). It is an interactive website revolving around the letter X and its meanings, and it is the digital extension of Marina Roy’s book: “Sign after the X______”.
Streaming Museum is on-site installations and on-line streaming performances. “Emotion Forecast” and “Occupy Wall Screens” are the birthday-exhibition of the Museum. The installation was at Big Screen Plaza in New York City, and will be displayed for the whole 2012 in the Streaming Museum website. Continue reading
Thanks to Photoshop, 10 Venus masterpieces (Botticelli’s, Gentileschi’s, Tiziano’s…) are updated according to nowadays beauty standards. Ancient painters made their artpieces keeping in mind the beauty ideal of their times, which had been considerably changing up to today’s thinness obsession. Continue reading
To celebrate the London 2012 Olympics, as part of the Watermans International Festival of Digital Art in London there will be a series of six installations from artists located all over the world. The festival will focus on how digital art can … Continue reading