“We show intimate data in public. Mediated intimacy needs public dialogue.” Call for a new aesthetic AI approach to experience of intimate and empat..(read more)
Art, Music, and the Contemporary Posthuman. An engaging argument about what experimental music can tell us about being human.
How machines these days seem to have hidden agendas and talking to artists with ideas for revealing their black boxes, or phantasizing about them.
Why, surrounded by screens and smart devices, we feel a deep connection to the analog—vinyl records, fountain pens, Kodak film, and other nondigital tools.
Artistic experiments and scientific research into alternative modes of perception, interaction, communication. Experimenting with modes of attention
Throwing a voice into an object that appears to speak; Ventriloquism reconsidered to reflect our complex vocal relationship with media technologies
Reflects on notions of obsolescence, media preservation and nostalgia, and challenges these by showing the endurance and versatility of this familiar piece of t..(read more)
Byung-Chul Han argues that infocracy is the new form of rule characteristic of contemporary information capitalism.
Short sequences of sounds or images repeated using recording media have proved to be a versatile and momentous aesthetic method in the 20th century
Infrasound, ultrasound and other inaudible frequencies evoked to access anomalous zones of transmission between the living and the dead.