Longhi interviews McMillian, who recently created the "Black Movement Project", an online database of Black motion capture data and Black character base models.
Nam June Paik’s Pioneering Vision: How the Artist Predicted an Age of Digital Technology
His work sometimes acted as a "glimpse of tomorrow."
Skawennati Makes Space for Indigenous Representation and Sovereignty in the Virtual World of Second Life
Mohawk artist Skawennati founded AbTeC—short for Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace—in 2005. Since then it has gradually grown, acquiring new components and landscapes.
Digital curatorship or the influencer boom
As digital collections increase in size, cultural institutions are seeking new forms of organising and taking care of digital contents.
Media Artists Confront an Old Problem: Museums Lacking Technical Savvy
O'Brien explores how media arts must provide very detailed instructions to galleries and museums so they can present their work.
Nam June Paik Predicted the Future by Melding Art and Technology
The Korean-born Fluxus pioneer saw the link between new media technologies and spirituality and had predicted the invention of the internet in the 1970s.
New Media Precursor: Yoichiro Kawaguchi
Yoichiro Kawaguchi was the first to build three-dimensional computer-generated images solely based on algorithms and mathematics.
New Media Precursor: Roy Ascott
Roy Ascott, pioneer of cybernetic and telematic art, who questioned the effects of telecommunications on human consciousness and its global influence on people relationships.
Polysemous light: light as a contradictory material in Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s work
This paper is a media archaeological study focused on one of the materials that has been recurrent in Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s installations and that has a contradictory character: light.
Making Kin with the Machines
Authors draw on the Indigenous epistemologies and understanding that "everything connects" to explore what human relationships should be with artificial intelligence and technology.
For an Archaeology of Kinetic Art
At a time when kinetic art seems to be enjoying a revival of interest, from critics and the market alike, several publications believe the archaeology of kinetic art still has to be written.