In media art, works that exist only as files constitute a particular category. How to create opportunities for distribution of this type of software-based art?
First issue of what I think is a very appealing new project – I hope that many issues will follow! ZINES is a “peer journal” on amateur and DIY media...(read more)
Accessible introduction to algorithms, explaining not just what they are but how they work, with examples from a wide range of application areas.
Brock claims issues of race are inextricable from contemporary digital culture. He analyzes many platforms, from Black Twitter to Instagram, YouTube,
The past and future of community wireless networks. Essay by Paul Prudence – “We Organise Your Music, So You Don’t Have To – Music as a Sonifica..(read more)
In-depth exploration of Dutch media art from 1985 onwards from many different perspectives. Through early access to the Internet, state subsidies and dedicated ..(read more)
What do the Wolf in Berlin, the Deptford Cinema in London and the Dokukino in Zagreb have in common? Throughout Europe, enthusiasts are rethinking the cinematog..(read more)
“You can read a book that’s 200 years old, but you can’t read a computer file that was created five years ago” Most people don’t realise h..(read more)
On the changing role of archives in the digital age. Archives are collections of records that are preserved for historical, cultural and evidentiary purposes. A..(read more)