Hub

Characteristics of Internet-based Art

            The “ongoing” characteristics of Internet-based art offer an open-ended element to the concept of a project. These characteristics begin with access and presentation on the Internet, but are always supplemented with the specific intent of the artist.             Artist, Dina Kelberman has a couple of ongoing projects listed on her website. One of Dina’s processes is to form her art by surfing the web. These found digital images range from cartoons to postings of personal videos. They are grouped by subject matter in a free-form visual association to create her Internet-based projects. The online-only exhibition website page of the…

Hub

Hub – The New Media Caucus Blog

Hello World! A hub is a point of convergence – for networks, devices, physical or virtual objects, and for people. It is our goal to use this space to bring together, and to distribute.  The New Media Caucus has been working behind the scenes to create a space on our website for members to share content – through a new blog we are calling: Hub ! Over the next several months we will begin to roll out this portion of our website – see you back here soon!

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JULY 2015 THEME: CODE on ARRAYLIST LISTSERV –> NEW MEDIA PEDAGOGY OF THE [ ]

Announcing the upcoming July 2015 ArrayList discussion theme: New Media Foundations: Code! Sign up/join in here: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/arraylist The purpose of ArrayList is to connect new media artists, designers, educators, theorists, producers, activists, and organizers while facilitating critical discussion about foundation level new media pedagogy and context (both inside and outside traditional academic structures). Thanks, j.duran, Adam Trowbridge, and Jessica Parris Westbrook, ARRAY founders JULY 2015 GUEST THREAD LEADERS Ubi de Feo: very curious person, creative technologist”I was born in 1974 and I believe I belong to one of the most lucky, unique generations ever lived: I am part of a demographic which…

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Fluxus Digital Collection Launches

We are pleased to announce the launch of The Fluxus Digital Collection. This online archive gathers an eclectic range of artworks by one of the most important movements of the twentieth century. Global in scope, Fluxus members moved between the USA, Europe, East Asia, and elsewhere. They worked across and between traditional media, opting for ephemeral materials, participatory approaches, and playful humor. The collection includes digital tools that make interactive objects and text-based works available to viewers—many of which have not been read, seen, or heard outside of select archives. With technical tools that include 3-D modeling, digital scanning, photography,…