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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by tagallery tagged EXHIBITION_approp

Through its collection of more than 2,000 works, periodically exhibited, and its temporary exhibitions, LiMAC is a space conceived for visitors, national and foreign, to get a general but close vision of the artistic projects that one way or another inter

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Z is a freeware fly with variable behaviour patterns. Each fly is genetically unique and only lives when the pc it inhabits is on-line. Conceived as a virtual swarm, the flies are intended to multiply through the internet via free exchange between users.

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Beyond wikipedia and beyond kottke: wide-ranging collections of uber-informational links provide a backdrop for today’s web.

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Santiago works to make visible that which is hidden in the relationships or vectors between endless nodes of accessible data. Numerous projects work to illustrate this goal.

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Experts at biting the hand that feeds them, the Yes Men have established a uniquely coherent means of appropriating the signs and symbols of a diseased culture and feeding them back to an all-too hungry mass.

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Blog of Robert Hodgin where he shows his creative method in the process of different projects. Robert posts drafts of future works, his reflections, concerns and discoveries to which the public is able to comment.

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Cameras become networked buttons that create a link between two people through the simple fact that they did the same thing simultaneously: pressing a button. The cameras create a visual trace of it, with time as a reference.

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