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Art Art and Technology Culture Criticism Multi Media Observations

The Honeymoon’s Over: Reflecting on the Internet Utopianism and the Arts Published to The Civic Beat

A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of co-presenting on a panel with An Xiao Mina and Ben Valentine. Below is my excerpt of the full write up by all three of us published to The Civic Beat! Exciting!! Please feel free to share thoughts and comments. Or feel free to connect with […]

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Art and Technology Culture Criticism Observations Philosophy Theory

Theorizing the Web 2013 Review published to Creative Applications Network

A strangeness abounds when people are asked to theorize and elucidate something so untethered and rhizomatic as the Internet. At its basic structure, networks connect us to the images, data and knowledge we draw upon every day. Yet what is at the heart of these connections and what separates or integrates our In Real Life […]

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Art Art and Technology Conceptual conceptual art Culture Criticism Interactive / Participatory Art interactive art Internet Art Multi Media Observations Social Networking

ZERO1 Artist Alum, Scott Kildall ~ Tweets in Space, Experimental Art and Live Performance

ZERO1 artist alum, Scott Kildall, is working on yet another amazing arts and technology project, Tweets in Space. The project has been covered by BBC, Forbes, Scientific American, CNET, Tech Trendy, Tech Mash and many other media organizations! Below, you will find a full description of ‘Tweets in Space’ and links to the Rocket Hub […]

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Art Conceptual Culture Criticism Observations

The Limitations of 140 Characters & Our Communication Culture | In Other Words exhibition @ Intersection for the Arts

I asked a dear friend about her attention span. She was candid in sharing that if 200 characters don’t entice her, you’ve lost her. She is an intelligent woman and I completely trust her opinion. Now, that’s not a lot characters to lure someone in. Yet, it speaks to the culture we live in. Granted, […]

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Art Art and Technology Creative Coding | Programming Culture Criticism Digital Art Internet Art Multi Media Observations Social Networking Virtual Art

We Feel Fine by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar

We Feel Fine is  on exhibit at the Adobe Museum of Digital Media. First, I’m utterly smitten and enthralled with data visualization work. Harris and Kamvar created this project back in 2005 and wanted to show the world’s feelings, individually and collectively, to showcase the human condition in a way that was both engaging and begs the question of whether […]

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