Topic: internet

Ladies and gentlemen, Benoit Paillé.

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


More than interactivity, it’s Public Art

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

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______”.
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Maurice Benayoun @ Streaming Museum NYC

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


Websites as sources: How should humanities and social sciences approach, use and diffuse publicly available online sources?

The Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe (CVCE), together with the Jean Monnet Chair in History of European Integration and its Research Programme ‘Digital Humanities Luxembourg’ — DIHULUX (research unit Identités-Politiques-Sociétés-Espaces [IPSE]), are pleased to organise the DHLU Symposium … Continue reading


Preserving the web evolution: AUSTRALIA’S PANDORA

There are zillions of websites, and they are constantly changing and even disappearing. Often they contain information that is only available online, therefore it is swiftly rising to the world’s attention a relevant matter about the potential loss of information.
Australia’s solution is called PANDORA. 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


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