Topic: interviews

Light And Nature Are Inseparable

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


Networking for Digital Preservation

Interview with Claudio Prandoni, PREFORMA’s Communication Coordinator, who has organised the digital preservation networking session that will be held in Helsinki on May 21st, 2014 in the frame of the EGI Community Forum. Continue reading


“The Digital Sign” by Riccardo Muroni

Today we talk with Riccardo Muroni, Italian digital artist and art scholar. He tells us about his work and the monograph he is writing, “The Digital Sign”, which is the result of his research. Continue reading


The Arab past, current and future situation about e-infrastructures

ASREN is working hard towards developing NRENs in many Arab countries including Bahrain, Lebanon, Iraq and Libya. ASREN is also approaching other countries that do not have NRENs to start. ASREN, together with NRENs should work hard on promoting the use of ICT and advanced e-Infrastructures and joint research projects towards a better research and education. Continue reading


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re-editing masterpieces under the ethics code for the conservation of cultural heritage

Anne-Laure Coquelin is a graphic designer specialized in digital restoration and reissuing images via new technologies and Aurora Ortega is an art conservator who has worked for many of the world’s renowned cultural organizations including Centre G. Pompidou, Getty Conservation Institute, and Vatican Museums where she acquired substantial experience in the photographic documentation of cultural heritage. Continue reading


The Digital “Weaving” of Artist Jean Dahlgren

Working as a digital artist and professor, Jean Dahlgren saw Photoshop burst upon the scene in the 1990s and has honed her own vision with digital means even since. We recently caught up with her and she answered our questions. Continue reading


Cultural Heritage plus Digital Technologies? A good omen for the future

Digital technologies are today increasingly used for the preservation, representation, enjoyment and promotion of our cultural heritage. What are the implications of the use of digital technologies applied to Cultural Heritage? What are its benefits and its limitations? We tried to answer these questions by interviewing some experts in the field: Alberto Antinori, geologist, GIS, Remote Sensing & Terrain Modeler expert; Roberto Angeletti, architect, SW Programmer, GIS and 3D expert; Antonello Buccella, draftsman and 3D modeler. Continue reading


Wiki Loves Monuments, edition 2013

Wiki Loves Monuments is the greatest photo contest in the world. Last year the 2012 edition was acclaimed as a world Guinness record, due to the impressive amount of photographs that were submitted (over 350.000!). The contest is organized as a federate event: and this year about 50 countries are participating. Every country has its own monuments’ lists, organization, partners and awards, and the ten best photos for each country will be submitted to the international contest. Continue reading


Coding, puzzling, advertising. Marketing is only a step away from digital art.

We had the pleasure to interview Mr. Kris Meeusen of Lab 101, a creative place where games, applications, mobile, and interactive installations come to life. For Citroen’s new marketing campaign, a special 3D puzzle was designed to fit into a holographic projector set in the Paris’ store. Kris talked with us about coding, advertising, anamorphism, and more. Continue reading


Interview with Luigi Gallo, digital artist

“My works consists of photomanipulated images. I take individual pictures of objects or whatever I want, and then shape them and assemble them to create a composition, which can be a landscape, a scene of everyday life, and much more. My style is a bit fantasy, leaving all of the work to my imagination. As regards to the technique, I apply an artistic style, transforming the photomanipulation into something pictorial. Often it is used to make things inherently photorealistic.” Continue reading