Daito Manabe (まなべだいと) is a Tokyo-based interaction designer, programmer, DJ and new art media artist. Launched Rhizomatiks in 2006 which committed to effecting wide-scale social change by bridging the gulf to foster collaboration between media art, industry, and business. He was also selected as one of the 11 most influential people by Apple celebrated 30 anniversary of Read more →
‘aaajiao’ is the virtual persona of Chinese new media artist Xu Wenkai(徐文恺). His art is marked by a strong dystopian awareness, literati spirits and sophistication. In my view, aaajiao is a special artist who comes from the background of Computer Science. Compare with common engineers, he doesn’t care about the machine performance and employ the ability to create the technological products Read more →
Roy Ascott in his 1990 essay “Is There Love in the Telematic Embrace?“ acknowledged that there are, amongst the critics of art involving new media “deep seated fears of the machine coming to dominate the human will and Read more →
The Aspen Movie Map, created by Michael Naimark and his team at MIT, represents one of the forefronts of interactive video computing technology that was in rapid development during the late 70s. Seen as a revolutionary example of hypermedia, the movie map was perhaps the first interactive platform of it’s kind to utilize non-linear live-action content to create an Read more →
Daito Manabe (まなべだいと)
He is a new media artist and programmer based in Tokyo, Japan, and launched Rhizomatiks, a new media art company, in 2006. His end goal is not simply rich, high-definition realism by recognizing and recombining these familiar elemental building blocks. Rather, his practice is informed by careful observation to discover and elucidate the essential potentialities inherent to the human Read more →
Laurie Anderson is known primarily for her multimedia presentations, she has cast herself in roles as varied as visual artist, composer, poet, photographer, filmmaker, electronics whiz, vocalist, and instrumentalist. In 2002, Anderson was appointed the first artist-in-residence of NASA, which inspired her performance piece The End of the Moon. Her performance ranges from simple spoken word performances to elaborate multimedia Read more →
there are seven conditions, awareness of the dream state, awareness of the capacity to make decisions, awareness of memory function, awareness of self, awareness of the dream environment, awareness of the meaning of the dream, and awareness of concentration and focusI found this here by googling: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/e75f/9a9745bd4ae0a4f6149ed817e6916cac65a4.pdf Please go through the whole essay and be sure every single passage is carefully resourced. -- When you introduce the interactive media artist 'Huang' you must use his full name and provide more information about him as a collaborative artist/engineer. -- When you introduce the main work, La Camera Insabiatta, you didn't explain its medium, you just started describing it. -- Also, aside from the interview, you didn't provide any illustrative media / screenshots to provide visual information. You did this for the supporting works, but not the main work. -- When you explained how the work might be compared to lucid dreaming, you should have combined that with your discussion of VR. As we discussed in class, lucid dreaming is part of our study of VR in which the "medium" of VR is the dream space. Making that link is very important. Again, good research, but you left out some key information from your analysis. I would have also liked to have seen you talk about the aspirations of VR in your opening statement, because it is so important to your conclusion.
이혜정 Lee Hye Jung (aka 이혜ㅈ Yi Heads )
Lee Hye Jung is a Korean media artist usually using live streaming on youtube and her own websites. She was born in late 1980’s and has lived in Seoul. She graduated from the Korea National University of Arts with a degree in Fine arts. She tries to capture lost Read more →
As They Might Think Envisioning Media Art In The Age of Machine Intelligence
When Richard Wagner put forth his ideas for the Gesamtkunstwerk, he was concerned with the creation of a total artwork that would unify the various disciplines of art through theatre. The opera was seen as the pinnacle of artistic expression during the mid-to-late 19th century and it provided Read more →
The Pioneering New Media Art of Urich Lau (Singapore)Introduction Early New Media works and their influences The artist as “inverting technology” in ‘life circuit’ Influence of ‘indeterminant visuals’ in ‘light-space’ The Artist as Orator as a form of critique The Audience as Subject Matter and Material Art as Surveillance, surveillance as art Art challenges the way we look at privacy Does technology help us to remember Read more →
Not lagging, just interactivity in the art.
“Traditional narratives are being restructured. As a result, people feel a greater need to personally participate in the discovery of values that affect and order their lives, to dissolve the division that separates them from control, freedom… ” – Lynn Hershman
Using Hershman’s prescient quote to delve into the multimedia artwork Read more →