Decode: Digital design exhibition at the V&A

05.01.10
Digital visualisation of the Bit.Code project by Julius Popp, 2009 Dates: 8 December – 11 April | Location: The Porter Gallery, V&A Museum, London Decode is a collaboration between the V&A and onedotzero to celebrate digital and interactive design. The exhibition explores three themes: code, looking at how computer programming can create and aid ever-changing design. Interactivity, exploring works that can be directly influenced by the viewer. ...
Aurora Festival: Social Networks & Campfire Stories – Richard Wright

12.11.09
Bank of Time, Richard Wright, image courtesy of the artist APEngine talks to Richard Wright, who’ll be discussing networks at this year’s Aurora Festival in Norwich. Also taking part are Gareth Evans, Jem Cohen, Jamie King and Andrew Kötting. In the 90s you were making films -  for festivals and broadcast – and installation work – and started making ‘media art’: your Bank of Time screensaver, where ...
Army of YouTube by Rosemary Heather

07.10.09
Still from Jib Kidder's Heavenhurst Prophet Posse Faced with the awe-inspiring popularity of web-monoliths like YouTube, contemporary art risks becoming nothing more than a quaint relic of the 20th century. It’s probably not fair to compare contemporary art practice with YouTube; yet there is evidence to suggest that somewhere in the ulterior of its collective brain, the art world does just this, and finds itself ...