Tag: art

creJAM week – online debate about technology and creative industry

From the 3rd to the 7th of November, the CRe-AM project will host an online debate with its community of technology developers and creative practitioners. Each day during the #creJAM week, we will launch a challenge or ask a question … Continue reading


The LEAP – Lab for Electronic Arts and Performances

LEAP’s central concept is based on experimental research in digital technologies and media, which shape and change our present and future society and stimulate new discourses, discussions and questions. The human being (or body) is thus in performative interaction with these technologies and their impact on society and culture. Continue reading


Innovate digital video of Bob Dylan’s ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

Using interactive technology that belongs to the 21st Century, the song has been transformed into a video that acts as a vintage TV set. Viewers can flick through channels while ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ plays in the background, choosing between news broadcasts, a game show, what appears to be a TV sitcom, and a black and white video of Bob Dylan’s own performance of the song. Continue reading


Bringing still-life paintings to life

By copying the intention of the original artists, and transferring this approach to the digital world, they have created digital art pieces unlike any other. The combination of animation, motion and high-resolute, colourful images makes the quality of these digital paintings a cut above the rest in the realm of digital art production. Continue reading


ARTE.it wants Italian Art to be Italy’s strong point

The discrepancy between the importance and richness of Italian art heritage and the Italian ability to exploit its business potential seems to be due to a “lack of a systematic approach”. In 2012, ARTE.it gave life to the first project of Italian art mapping, to make Italian art Italy’s strong point. On occasion of LuBeC 2013, previewed the new version of the site. Continue reading


Firedog’s ‘Dreamscape’ for The Barbican

Firedog is a creative agency based in Hoxton, London, that works with digital medium in publishing, advertising, printing, branding and animation. Their work developed for the Barbican, entitled ‘Dreamscape’, shows a very unique creative streak in their overlaying of digital stills, colours and structures over a central portrait photograph of an individual. Continue reading


The first ever digital art auction

Digital art pieces to participate in the auction will be searched for on Tumblr in a huge range of digital formats, such as GIF, mp4 videos, digital photography, website design and software design. Continue reading


International Teletext Art Festival

While contemporary art searches for the newest developments in technology to make artistic possibilities a reality, the Teletext Art Festival insists that more and more people are becoming interested in teletext art for its retro feel, minimalism and simplistic digital requirements. Continue reading


The first ever digital tattoo

The artist Anthony Antonellis has become the first person to receive a “digital tattoo”. The process involved getting an RFID chip implanted in his body, underneath his skin. Continue reading


Print Club London makes limited edition prints for the Film4 Summer Screen

Print Club London, an art studio based in Dalston that creates unique, limited edition screenprints, recently created a series of 17 film posters to mark the Film4 Summer Screen, an outdoor cinema hosted by Film4 giving Londoners a chance to catch some of the most iconic films of our generation, British weather permitting. Continue reading