:: home
:: search || :: blog || :: scrivi || :: forum
Presentazione del sito
Centri di studio -  dipartimenti universitari, organizzazioni di ricerca, associazioni
Riviste on line
Ricercatori, sociologi, antropologi, scrittori
Bibliografie in rete sulla cybercultura
Libri  on line -  libri completi, o versioni on line ditesti a stampa
Saggi e papers on line
articoli da rivistee giornali
Tesi di laurea
Forum e blogs - aree di discussione
News -  novità, convegni, congressi, iniziative
Ricerca per parole chiave


Tag: Digital Art


libro on line

Arte delle reti / Net Art - Elementi per un atlante: liste e linee temporali


Il libro è il risultato di alcune esercitazioni didattiche realizzate dagli studenti all'interno dei corsi del prof. Tommaso Tozzi




Women, Technology and Networks in Eastern Europe

The exhibition project HACK.Fem.EAST seeks to present experimental and artistic practicesof artists and activists working in digital networks in Eastern Europe. Main topics are media, art and hacking. Protagonists are women or projects in which women play an important role.


Arti, biotecnologie e società


convegno di studi , Mercoledì 30 aprile 2008 ore 14.30; Roma - via Salaria, 113; Aula Wolf
Interventi di Jens Hauser, Massimo Canevacci, Alberto Marinelli, Antonio Tursi, Luisa Valeriani, Derrick de Kerckhove.


Memfest 2008 - Exploring radical beauty of comunication !


Memefest, the International Festival of Radical Communication born in Slovenia and rapidly reaching a critical mass worldwide is proud to announce its seventh annual competition. Once again, Memefest is encouraging students, writers, artists, designers, thinkers, philosophers, and counter-culturalists to submit their work to our panel of renowned judges.


Still Digital after all These Years: How the Computer Transformed Painters into Geeks

Art on the edge once meant Painting. Not clean, representational, neat painting, but messy, expressive, abstract painting. Then the computer came along. Touted as a procedural machine, no one expected intuitive, non-procedural painters to turn to pixels. Why were so many expressionist painters drawn to the computer in the buggy days of mid-1980s, and how did it transform their visual language and output? What are they doing now? As one of the artists who made the leap, Rubin will discuss her own leaps, give an overview of the work of other artists, and look at how the computer continues to change concepts of imagery as it becomes a more available medium in previously less technologically advanced countries.



ARTNODES is an e-journal promoted by the UOC, the aim of which is to analyse the intersections between art, science and technology.

ARTNODES publishes contributions that focus on the reflection and study of the intersections between art, science and technology, from a formal, historical and conceptual point of view.


translocation_new media/art: "Modernity at Large"

Appadurai Arjun

Interview with Arjun Appadurai by Anette Baldauf and Christian Hoeller.


Avant-garde as Software

Manovich Lev

The article analyses the uniqueness of the new media revolution by comparing it with the avant-garde revolution of the 1910s-1920s in the visual arts, design and film. The author argues that the 1920s avant-garde techniques were transformed into the conventions of modern human-computer interface and software, thus functioning as a foundation of post-industrial labour. He also claims that new media does, in fact, represent a new avant-garde for the information society, although it uses old modernist forms. If the 1920s avant-garde came up with novel forms for the new media of their time (photography, film, new printing and architectural technologies), the new media avant-garde introduces radically innovative ways of using already accumulated media. Thus, computer-based techniques of media access, manipulation and analysis are the new avant-garde.


Le estetiche del Cyberspazio

Tursi Antonio

Tratto da Antonio Tursi, Internet e il Barocco. L’opera d’arte nell’epoca della sua digitalizzazione, Roma, Cooper, 2004