The third edition of IAM’s yearly gathering for internet people, themed around The Renaissance of Utopias, using utopias as a tool to imagine better futures and navigate the complexity and uncertainty of our times.
The Faculty of Information Technology (IT), at Monash University is seeking to appoint an outstanding Lecturer or Senior Lecturer to be a leader in Interaction Design in a dynamic research and teaching environment.
Catalysis Communications in London are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and skilled designer/ developer to join their studio to help support the design and development of digital campaigns.
PSAD Synthetic Desert III is a (semi) anechoic chamber that endeavors to emulate the silence and emptiness of the Northern Arizona desert. Initially conceived by the American artist Doug Wheeler in 1968, the project was finally realized at NYC’s Guggenheim last week as part of the Panza Collection Initiative.
Created by Filipe Vilas-Boas and Paul Coudamy, The Punishment is an installation in which a robot executes a preventive punishment for its possible future disobedience in reference of Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics.
The dadamachines automat toolkit enables you to tap, move and bang to make sound with the world around you. It is hackable & open-source and now looking for support on Kickstarter.
Artificial Rome in Berlin are seeking Senior Creative Developer to be responsible for the front-end development of interactive projects and collaborating with a very skilled and passionate team of designers, developers and producers.
For their work on web projects, apps, data visualisation and spatial installations Artificial Rome in Berlin are looking for a Junior Project Manager (m/w) that could enrich their team.
Machine Art in the Twentieth Century is a recent MIT Press-published book by Andreas Broeckmann exploring ‘machinic’ art-making. CAN weighs in with a review of this survey of moments, movements, and key figures spanning futurism to the present day.
Artificial Rome is looking for an exceptionally skilled Environment Artist to help create high quality assets for our future VR titles.
Created by the SCI-Arc Faculty members Curime Batliner and Jake Newsum for the for the third annual Mextropoli Festival, Spheres of Influence is a temporary installation installed in the patio of Laboratorio Arte Alameda. Part installation and part live performance, it uses a robotic system from Staubli to paint layers of graphics (abstracted from the city) onto a series of human-scale spheres.
Unhanded was a symposium about ‘making under the influence of digitalism’ that took place in Ottawa last September. CAN was on hand to facilitate one of the discussions, and to mark the publication of the videos online we offer some highlights and thoughts on the proceedings.