The future of niche communication. The randomness of internet culture. The middle of an exciting decade. Internet Age Media Weekend has curated this special issue gathering a few examples of the future of design, fashion, technology, visual arts and music, from a media perspective. Enjoy & get your discount ticket with the code: D3S1GNB34T5
A platform and a visual guide to art, film, photography, fashion, design, music and contemporary culture from African creatives worldwide.
I’m excited to announce Booooooom’s next open collaborative art project is a partnership with Vancouver-based interactive studio Tangible Interaction, and will result in an installation in Spain!
The Dots is a professional networking platform designed to help creative professionals and companies showcase work, network, collaborate and connect with commercial opportunities.
Wobbly drawing machines with personality, a roomful of light bulbs that pulse the syncopated rhythm of a hundred heartbeats, bouncing an encoding of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata off the moon—HOLO returns to the frontiers of twenty-first century creativity this spring. Here’s a preview and the journey so far:
The line between editorial content and advertising in news media is blurrier and blurrier. That’s not bullshit. It’s repurposed bovine waste.
Filip Visnjic is an architect, lecturer, curator and a new media technologist born in Belgrade now living in London. He specialises in directing web, new media and architectural projects while also contributing to a number of blogs and magazines about art, design and technology. He is an editor-in-chief at CreativeApplications.Net, editorial director of HOLO Magazine, […]
Julia Kaganskiy is a curator, editor and cultural producer focused on art and technology. She is currently director of the New Museum’s art, technology and design incubator, scheduled to open at 231 Bowery in summer 2014. Previously she was global editor of The Creators Project, an international arts initiative from VICE and Intel dedicated to […]
Eclectic Method (aka Jonny Wilson) started out as a digital outlaw who spliced together music, TV and film and set it to high-energy dance beats. Jonny worked frequently with Brian Eno and others growing up between London and post-war Bosnia, and when he started Eclectic Method, he created a project so progressive that the simple […]