Arte Laguna, March, 16-31, Venice. Section: Virtual Art, Telecom Italia Future Centre
"Liquid Views" (1992) is a simulation of artifical water in which the viewer’s reflection is portrayed as in real water.
Derrick de Kerckhove observes "Touch is Vision"; Ryszard W.…Continue
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Performing Data, published on the occasion of our retrospective at Laznia CCA in Gdansk, Poland with texts by R. Kluszczyński, D. de Kerckhove and L. Farulli. PDF http://ning.it/x78Gry
Catalog with DVD (10 € / 25 PLN) http://ning.it/zy6h0y
Works permanent at ZKM | Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany. …Continue
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The exihibition "A trip to the moon" that will be presented at the Bonniers Museum in Stockholm (Sweden) next spring is raising questions about the development of new communication technologies such as social media, mobile phones, i-pads etc...and their impact on the film industry and traditional media like television.
New cultural phenomena and social behaviour emerges with the spreading of Internet and social media related technologies. They are not only…Continue
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After over a decade of increasing technology use by youth and parents, there has been no systematic effort to bring a comprehensive and practical tools to parents (see Pew and Kaiser Foundation studies.) While new devices and applications arrive in our homes in increasing speed, parents are still at a loss about organizing the mostly chaotic media lives of kids (see www.mydigitalfamily.org).
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Center For Social Media
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