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Art of the Social Networked Practice Online Symposium

A three-day international gathering presenting keynotes, live Internet performances, and global roundtable discussions Online Symposium held March 29 – 31, 2018 Art of the Social Networked Practice Online Symposium is a collaboration between the School of Art, Design & Media at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore); LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore); & The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Performance (US) Social Network Practice Online Symposium Schedule Online Registration The Art of the Networked Practice Online Symposium is an international gathering presenting emerging research, artistic work, and technological innovation in the networked arts. Intended as a global…

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3D Additivist Cookbook

Cookbooks tend to be written in the present tense and can thus become historical documents of social traditions. The 3D Additivist Cookbook is a reference to the utilization of a current technological medium for social and political response and an insight to networked cultural production. The content of the cookbook is formed from participants’ recipes, toolkits, theoretical writings and potential objects. Being published within the cookbook genre situates this text among a diversity of tastes, ranging from artists to writers who view the 3D printer beyond its ability to produce standard objects. Production from a 3D printer is categorized as an ingredient…

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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…