At last

At last, I can be me! We are living alone together in the age of acceleration driven by an attention economy that skims the shallows of our limited attention spans. We need a way to decompress. Introducing new decompression software anyone can use to transform their most trivial experiences into vast oceans of meditative contemplation….

Babylon

André Sier, Binary Sculptures, 2018 Looking at the operating system that executes programs on electronic substrates as living entities, Binary Sculptures Series features unique editions of printed sculptures that mesh binary programs and processes at selected data offsets. André Sier, Biological Sculptures, 2018 Biological Sculptures features the meshification of raw electrical data captured from plants…

QR Comms

Giselle Beiguelman (São Paulo/ SP, 1962) é artista, curadora e Professora Associada da Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo (FAU-USP). Pioneira no campo da arte digital e no uso da internet e de redes móveis para intervenções artísticas, tem diversas obras premiadas, com destaque para O livro depois do livro (1999),…

For Sotheby’s

Throughout his career, the Toronto born artist Jeremy Bailey has explored software in a performative context. As Rhizome author Morgan Quaintance has written: “Since the early noughties Bailey has ploughed a compelling and often hilarious road through the various developments of digital communications technologies.” Specifically, Bailey’s works consist of all manner of performances that exist…

Choir of 30

CHOIR OF 30 Java, C++ 2012 Sophia Brueckner, born in Detroit, MI, is an artist, designer, and engineer. Inseparable from computers since the age of two, she believes she is a cyborg. She received her Sc.B. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from Brown University. As a software engineer at Google, she designed and implemented…

Stealing his own apparently lost artwork

Vuk Cosic intentando pasar desde la podrida a su memory stick una obra suya que había perdido. (vuk’s game, juego en ascii dinámico, en tono de crítica a los web plugins de la época) video de arc.palm.video. With the help of computer artist André Sier: Vuk Cosik at META.morfosis (MEIAC, Badajoz, 2006), trying to steal…

Oxygen, don’t take it for granted!

Noise Aquarium Victoria Vesna The ecological crisis is a human crisis. Oceans must not be considered as flat blue surfaces which serve as dropping holes where we can let vanish all our anthropogenic remains. There are vast amounts of organisms that live down there and some suffer pain from our waste and noise. Many are…

Programmed @ Whitney

Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 Sep 28, 2018–Apr 14, 2019 Join us for previews of Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018, the new Whitney collection exhibition that looks back at predecessors of computational art and shows how the ideas addressed in those earlier works have evolved in contemporary artistic practices….

Digital bodies

Initially, the participant is invited to construct a virtual body out of predefined body-parts, textures, and sounds, and gain membership to the larger body-owner community. The main elements of the online site are three constructed environments (subsidiaries of Bodies© INCorporated), within which different sets of activities occur: LIMBO© INCorporated, a gray, rather non-descript zone, where…

Telepathic movies

David Blair world David Blair is a recognized pioneer in the field of video art and digital media, professionally active since 1979. His 1991 cult hit, the digital feature, Wax or The Discovery of Television Among The Bees, a co-production with ZDF, German Television, opened theatrically to rave reviews at the Public Theater in New…