Takes us to the sawmills, mineshafts, power grids, junk piles peripheral to musical culture showing they are pivotal to what music is, how it works, and why it ..(read more)
Ongoing newsprint project, compiling daily revisions, retractions, re-wordings, distinctions and apologies to print and online news from September 2001 to the p..(read more)
Like a snake eating its tail, artificial intelligence ha a circsular relationship with its human creators. Wildly associative constellation of ideas, stories, a..(read more)
Broad-ranging issue, with contributions of new editors Jonathan Ellis, Nicholas Gamso, Nicky Hamlyn and Kim Knowles. Main theme is the media artifact.
George Dyson plots an unexpected course through the past 300 years to reveal the hidden connections that underpin our digital age, ending with a premonition of ..(read more)
Presents current discussion around radiophonics, its history and possible future, looking beyond the acceleration of production- or broadcasting-forms.
What is the role of the curator when organizing digital art exhibitions in offline and online spaces? Analyzing the influence and impact of curating digital art..(read more)
Explores the qualities and characteristics of net art and its influence on conservation practices. Casts new light on net art, conservation, curating and museum..(read more)
Computational art project inspired by theories of media archaeology, by the history of computer and video art, and by the use of discarded and obsolete technolo..(read more)