As part of the London Design Festival 2015, data design agency, Signal Noise, have curated a selection of projects that explore these issues and invite you to decide – do you accept the terms and conditions?
Taking place at the Scopitone Festival in Nantes / France on the 15th september 2015 (8:15 pm) is the latest iteration of CAN initiated Transcranial, an ambitious, collaborative performance project by Klaus Obermaier, Kyle McDonald and Daito Manabe
Created by multi-award winning typographer Craig Ward and experimental photographer Linden Gledhill, Fe₂O₃ Glyphs is a generative ornamental typeface accompanied by a series of unique letterpress prints in a mixture of ferrofluid and Pantone ink.
TIFF Kids’ digiPlaySpace (an “interactive exhibition for ages 3 through 13”) is looking for fun and educational projects to feature in their 2016 program.
Currently planning a winter 2016 exhibition on the topic, Toronto’s artist-run centre InterAccess recently posted a call for drone art. While drones have been a muse and object of fascination in media art circles for the last five years, few exhibitions dedicated to their exploration have been mounted—so this is an interesting opportunity. Drones, or […]
Presented at the recent Siggraph, Automultiscopic 3D displays allow a large number of viewers to experience 3D content simultaneously without the special glasses or head gear.
Presented at the recent Siggraph and coming out of Disney research labs, this project proposes the idea of Acoustruments – low-cost, passive, power-less mechanisms, made from plastic that can bring tangible functionality to handheld devices.
Created by FLUUUID, codedoodl.es is a new platform for showcasing small creative coding experiments built with web technologies. The aim of these doodles is to exhibit interactive, engaging web experiments which only require a short attention span. No loading bars, no GUI, no 5MB 3D models or audio files, just plain and simple doodles with code. You […]
MUP is a guide for people projecting images in public places, providing concepts, tools, resources, and recipes for urban projection. The project is currently looking for support via Kickstarter.
Motherboard’s Jordan Pearson authored a documentary and thorough feature on Toronto Community Videotex and the weirdly specific roots of Toronto’s media art scene in the early 1980s. Centring around Telidon, a television and phone line-based ancestor to the internet, it details how a forward-thinking artist community organized around this technology and brainstormed how it might […]
Sprint are looking for artists and creatives working with technology as a medium to experiment and develop their practice, and who wish to work in close collaboration with Rambert’s dancers, choreographers and staff.
War or Piece is a ‘slow generative work’ by Zach Gage, where the word (war or peace) on the website appears to be a single static word, the content of the site is actually generated once per day by a Google Trends search for the queries “war” and “peace”.