Finally available: a monograph covering (almost) all the media hacks, live performances, interactive video works produced by the N3krozoft Ltd Group during the years 2001-2010. NOTE (june 7th 2010): Again this is still very beta, we recommend to wait a few more weeks before ordering, unless you are a real fan.
Thursday May 20th 2010 (18:00 CET), an overview of Greyscale Press publications was displayed at Lokal.int, an independent art space in Biel/Bienne (Switzerland). The exhibition also featured a preview version of the Solaris vs Google streetview video remake (see www.low-rez.tv for further information), as well as the audio documentation of the recent wiki-sprint project (www.wiki-sprint.ch)
Working on some upcoming Greyscale volumes that will include Wikipedia content, I am recently using very much the PDF/ODT export functionality that the Wikimedia Foundation has integrated during 2009 (in collaboration with PediaPress, a start-up located in Mainz, Germany). An amazing feature is the proper implementation of footnotes when exporting a set of articles in
When: December 11th 2009
Where: Dock18, Rote Fabrik, Zürich
When: December 10th 2009
Where: Milkshake Agency, Geneva
When: November 21-29 2009
Where: Zennestraat 17, Brussels
In his first autobiographical novel, Kim Xupei recollects his memories as a young Chinese informatics student, learning the basics of computer programming by day, cracking corporate networks for the Hong Kong crime lords by night. The IT equivalent of a Hong Kong action flick, Data Hammer offers a breathtaking journey through the dawn of the
Some copies of Greyscale publications ZKP1 and Report from the Desert have been deposited at Plug.in, Basel. They can be consulted during the opening times. [plug.in] St. Alban-Rheinweg 64 CH-4052 Basel http://iplugin.org/ View Larger Map
It’s interesting to observe a few of recent initiatives that attempt – rather successfully – to formulate new ways of publishing and sharing information about open source art practices. I will have a look here at three projects: Flossmanuals, the Digital Artists Handbook, and the FLOSS+Art publication. flossmanuals.net Flossmanuals.net is a collaborative multi-language website, initiated
Archive of online communications of the Aether9 Remote Online Performance project. This volume covers the period ranging from March 31 to May 29 2009, including a 5-hour streaming marathon at the Museo de Arte Moderno, Medellin, Colombia.