Contemporary Lynx spoke to Vesna, a media artist and a professor, whose work explores how communication technologies can affect collective behaviour in relation to scientific innovation.
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Interview with Taavi Suisalu
Debatty interviews Suisalu, who was part of a group show about Estonian art and technology at BOZAR.
The Black Movement Project: An Interview with LaJuné McMillian
Longhi interviews McMillian, who recently created the "Black Movement Project", an online database of Black motion capture data and Black character base models.
“This Liquid Dream”: An Interview with Aquaphoneia Composer Navid Navab
Bourdages interviews Navab in the context of the first presentation of Aquaphoneia, originally conceptualized for Ars Electronica 2016.
Back And Forth Between Real And Virtual - An Interview With Daito Manabe
Tanni interviewed Daito Manabe, the versatile Japanese artist who made the video clip for Kazu, the singer of Blonde Redhead.
Cerith Wyn Evans interview: 'If people go away mystified, maybe it’s good'
He's known for beaming Morse code messages via chandeliers and writing poetic texts in fireworks. Yet, as he installs a new show at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Cerith Wyn Evans tells Time Out that he is no romantic.
I think that we're definitely at the beginning
Quiñones and Ranz interview Manovich about his book "The Language of New Media", published by MIT Press, and other projects he is actually working on.
"Our work isn’t about technology, it’s about conversation"
An exclusive chat with new media artist Faisal Anwar.
Art Science Tech – Sherry Dobbin in conversation with Christiane Paul
Sherry Dobbin, Creative Director & Director of Times Square Arts at the Times Square Alliance, interviews Christiane Paul.
Lorna Mills on GIF Art, Internet Aesthetics & NYC Fairs
Mills answers some questions via email about the origins of her practice, her favourite new-media artists and more.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer on Seductive Participation and the Oppression of Metrics
Can an artist engage with surveillance technologies without being complicit in their uses for control and oppression?