Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
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Creating the Future
In 2019 Ars Electronica celebrated its 40th anniversary. With "Creating the Future", Andreas J. Hirsch tells on 320 pages how an idea became one of the world's most important platforms for art, technology and society.
Sounding the Gallery
“Sounding the Gallery” explores the first decade of creative video work, focusing on the ways in which video technology was used to dissolve the boundaries between art and music.
Educator whose work focuses on the intersection of conservation, art history and theory, and material and technology studies.
Leading scholars take a wider view of new media, placing it in the context of art history and acknowledging the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach in new media art studies and practice.
"In our Throwback series, we take a look back at past events, exhibitions, installations and other exciting happenings from the Ars Electronica universe since 1979."
Saelan Twerdy is a Montreal-based writer, editor and PhD candidate in Art History at McGill University.
The Warhol Files: Andy Warhol’s Long-Lost Computer Graphics
Arcangel discusses Warhol's experiments with digital art, and how such digital art could be preserved.
White Heat Cold Logic
The history of a pioneering era in computer-based art too often neglected by postwar art histories and institutions.
Technological Arts Preservation
This books discusses how media and technological artworks will be carried into the future considering the rapidly advancing technology, which becomes a conundrum for all cultural institutions responsible for conserving cultural heritage.
Why the end of Flash animation marks the end of an era for creativity on the web
On Dec. 31, Adobe will no longer support Flash, a browser animation plug-in. This spells the end for a range of creative works that were generated using Flash and that still exist in that form.