Architecture

Hypersurface And Mediafacade. Urban Screen And Nu Former

Lev Manovich once said that the deep change which is affecting culture in the era of computerized media revolution also concerns space and its representation and organization systems. Space becomes a media itself: Just like all other media - audio, video, images and text - nowadays space can be transmitted, stored and recovered in a snapshot. Space can be squeezed, re-formatted, changed into a flow, filtered, computerized, programmed and interactively managed (L. Manovich, Il linguaggio dei nuovi media)... READ MORE...

Fluid Architectures

The exhibition Fluid Architectures gathers spaces of flow and immateriality created by artists in response to these contemporary notions the city. These fictional spaces made of light, moving image, and other media extend the idea of physical architecture to the construction of dynamic and seemingly infinite spaces enabling a sensory experience... READ MORE...

Interspatiality & Dystopia

The growth of non object-centred thinking, the cosmological understanding of space as an uncontrollably changing informational substance and the expanded use of virtual environments, necessitate new strategies for developing spatial research in order to advance art and architecture.... READ MORE...

Come Generare Un’atmosfera

L'esperienza multisensoriale della realtˆ socio-urbana  stata la questione cardine affrontata nel simposio internazionale 'Faire une ambiance' tenutosi dal 10 al 12 settembre a Grenoble. Simposio curato da Jean-François Augoyard (filosofo, urbanista e musicologo) e da Cresson (Centre de Reches sur l'Espace Sonore et l'Environment Urbain), che da pi di vent'anni si occupano dell'ambiente sensibile con un approccio interdisciplinare, integrando la percezione dello spazio pubblico con il contesto socio-culturale.... READ MORE...

Lights And Sounds At Sonarama 2008

The history of sound-light relationship is almost three centuries old, a complex and labyrinthine path, full of key characters and moments for the history of audiovisual art as we now know it.... READ MORE...

Tuned City: The Space Acoustic

From 1st to 5th July, the first Tuned City festival is taking place in Berlin; it is one of the most important festivals dealing with the relationship between sound and space.... READ MORE...

Marcos Novak: Il Futuro E’

Marcos Novak  conosciuto come architetto, musicista, artista digitale, ma prima di tutto questo, Marcus Novak  un poeta visionario. é una di quelle menti eccezionali in grado di confezionare mondi alternativi, in grado di spostare, sfidando il paradosso, i limiti della percezione abituale rendendo praticabile l'impossibile.... READ MORE...

Dna: Dust Eye / Dust Architecture

Architecture and technology, design and digital media: a more and more daring connection that may seem outrageous because of its hybrid and audacious nature. After the two episodes dedicated to Lab(au) and Limitezero on the last issues of DIgimag, another piece has been added to this complicated mosaic, which is still far from being completed.... READ MORE...

Performing Space

Trampoline's theme for this year is entitled "Performing Space", a research workshop looking at the transformation our understanding of space is undergoing with the ubiquity of computer technology... READ MORE...

Limiteazero, Infinite Limits

Digicult got the opportunity to interview Limiteazero at their beginnings in March 2005. That is to say long ago. At that time, Tiziana Gemin wrote a pretty complete article about Paolo Rigamonti and Silvio Mondino, the two Milanese designers and architects composing Limiteazero.... READ MORE...

Lab (au): Meta Design. Liquid Spaces And The Cities Of Tomorrow

There are people living in cities who are careful observers of the slow changes which are taking place around them. Such people are not inclined to complaining about new telecameras controlling the access to the old town centre, about the prevailing traffic and polluted air, or the advertising billboards covering the facades of the old buildings in boulevards.... READ MORE...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Relational Architecture

Mexico, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer's homeland, made its debut at the 52nd edition of the Venice Biennale with the artist's work exhibition. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is well-known for his big installations used by the most various media and for his custom-made interfaces. In other words this artist loves the active interaction of the public. Robot installations, computers, video projections, sensors, lights (and shadows) and sounds, these are the means used for the creation of works. His works are famous because all around the world they can temporarily change space perceptions and their relations with people living there. Or they can draw attention to important issues such as the continuous control we are subjected.... READ MORE...

Todaysart 2007, The Hague International Art

The Hague , The Netherlands, is a little city with no more than 1million inhabitants and 1hour and half from Amsterdam . A grey sky as scheduled, avant-garde buildings, cycle facilities and the hundred-year-old Royal Art Academy . This Academy pays attention to anything artistic or modern. The weekend of 21 st - 22 nd September was dedicated to the Todaysart Festival. I'm coming from a couple of days in Amsterdam and the impact with the political capital of The Netherlands is completely different.... READ MORE...

Spectr|a|um

Organised in the context of Nuit Blanche 2007, spectr|a|um offers a night with audiovisual performances and visual art on the 145 m high ... READ MORE...

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