According to the resources, I made glitches with Audacity, an open source, cross-platform audio editor and recorder.
For this project, I would like to share 27 glitches (and one that is an original image I had created) in a pdf: Read more →
To begin with, watch a short video of PAL coloured bars (stop at 0:40 if you don’t want to hurt your ears).
Phase Alternating Line (PAL) is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcast television systems in most countries broadcasting at 625-line / 50 field (25 frame) per second (576i). Other common colour encoding systems are Read more →
Working under the name JODI the artist duo Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans rose to prominence in the mid-1990s as pioneers of “net.art,” an artistic movement that explored the nascent World Wide Web as an alternative exhibition space and a creative medium in its own right. By studying the works of JODI, we are able to understand some of the Read more →
About RIOT by Mark Napier
Riot is an alternative browser that crosses the virtual boundaries in the web: it breaks software-based rules of Internet domains and blends web pages together as users surf from site to site. For e.g., Playboy.com blends with whitehouse.gov, CNN.com with NPR.org. Images from different websites are mixed together into the live browser for audience Read more →
By aggressively deconstructing and scrambling the computer world, the Internet artists at Jodi have turned our world of bits and bites into an absurdist amalgamation of digital mindspray that resembles a binary MC Escher work.
– Derek Mead, Motherboard
Jodi.org is made up of two internet artists, Joan Heemskerk (born 1968 in Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands) and Dirk Paesmans (born 1965 in Read more →
Riot is an alternative web browser created by Mark Napier during 1997, inspired by the cosmopolitan nature and melting pot of cultures in New York. It broke the rules of Internet software and deconstructed the websites, blending vastly different websites with each other, e.g. Playboy with whitehouse.gov, CNN.com with NPR.org. This opened up to new interesting interpretations and outcomes, due to the most Read more →
Telematic Dreaming was a telecommunication project, originally commissioned for summer exhibition by Finnish Ministry of Culture in Kajaani, and supported by Telecom Finland. This piece was first exhibited in 1992.
Telematic Dreaming is an ISDN installation. Two participants would share the same virtual bed via ISDN video conference technology, one being projected to the other’s bed through a live video. The Read more →
“The wandering ant is the one who refuses to follow the rules of the ant colony and at the same time makes survival of the ant colony possible.” Abrahams
Annie Abrahams is a Dutch artist whose work revolves around the limits and possibilities of communication. In May 2008, Annie Abrahams was invited by InternetMonAmour to come up with a lecture/ performance presentation Read more →
Before we go into a summarized research on “Telematic Dreaming” with reference from ‘Virtual Bodies‘, I would like to address a few terms: the first, second, third and fourth space is defined by the local space, the foreign/ remote space, the virtual/ electronic space (non-edited) and the virtual/ electronic space (edited), respectively.
There has been a lot of questions and wondering about virtual bodies in the third space: human bodies which are not in real flesh but in their digital display, like what we see on a screen. We can see them, we can hear the sound of the movement, but we can’t touch them.
With the increasing usage of digital media Read more →