Topic: art and new media technologies

DIGITAL MEETS ART

DIGITAL is referred to data and to anything that can be represented by numbers. Therefore, strictly speaking, it is a synonymous of “numerical”. ART is the product or the … Continue reading


Tokyo: from Florence with love

In Japan a revolutionary exhibition was recently presented: the most appreciated masterpieces that cannot be moved from Florence were showing in Tokyo, thanks to advanced digital tools. Continue reading


Transmedia Bridge – European Cinema & Audiovisual Days

People and companies play the leading role at TRANSMEDIA BRIDGE, where the stars of brand-new-genre interactive documentary have worked hard for 2 days as consultants of each participant’s project, helping them to meet among the group other participants, to enlarge and enrich better their own tribe. Continue reading


Ispiring creativity is our mission

T.M. In few words how could you define Banff Center? M.E.H. Located in Banff National Park, a world heritage site in the heart of Canada’s spectacular Rocky Mountains, The Banff Centre is Canada’s only post secondary learning institution dedicated to … Continue reading


Performing Arts Digital Collections: ECLAP. Opportunities, Advantages, Experiences

Dario Fo & Franca Rame will present the archive of their theatre company, which features unique videos, images and texts representing more than 50 years of activity of the Dario Fo and Franca Rame theatre company. Continue reading


WJ-SPOTS BRUXELLES just closed!

A prestigious and international panel of influential net artists, theorists, online activists and digital cultures thinkers met in Bruxelles and shared their views on the past and future of artistic creation on the Internet. Continue reading


DIGITAL KILLED THE FILM?

Until 11th March 2012 in the Turbine Hall, just beyond the gallery entrance, the art installment of TATE Modern is a piece by the renowned British filmmaker Tacita Dean: “FILM”. “FILM” is an 11-minute silent 35mm film projected onto a … Continue reading


Tyrant Penteus face to face to digital tools

The Bacchantes by Euripides is the starting point of an innovative theater show, where classical elements of the Greek drama are joined to modern visual devices, to empower the universal meaning of the tragedy: man’s obsessions and solitude. Continue reading


Japan Media Art Festival: Dortmund 2011

A very reach program for the seventh edition of the Festival. Continue reading