wwwahou regroupe une sélection de site web des étudiants en Bachelor de l'option Arts Numériques de l'école Arts² à Mons dans le cadre du cours de culture web. Ils ont chacun été choisis car ils représentent un intérêt en terme de design, artistique ou autre.
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e-flux is a publishing platform and archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and enterprise which was founded in 1998.
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Discover the upcoming and current shows in the best galleries of contemporary art in Brussels
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Streaming Consciousness is a digital culture experiment by Pitch Portal, displayed through an interactive visual experience in creative partnership with Twomuch Studio. Half social experiment, exploratory communication model, this project presents a time capsule of these innermost thoughts.
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Electric Sheep is a collaborative abstract artwork run by thousands of people all over the world. When their computers 'sleep', the Electric Sheep comes on and the computers communicate with each other by the internet to share the work of creating morphing abstract animations known as 'sheep'. Anyone watching one of these computers may vote for their favorite animations using the keyboard, which drives a genetic algorithm. Hence the flock evolves to please its global audience. The Electric Sheep are a free and open source service. The HD Gold Sheep have just been released!
Moby's gleeful look at our dystopian culture continues this summer with More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse. Get the free album here.
Lonely Tweets explores what it means to be hyper-connected yet still lonely.
Your phone is a brush. The planet is your canvas. Together we can make the largest possible collaborative painting.
I first got into web design/development in the late 90s, and only as I type this sentence do I realize how long ago that was. And boy, it was horrendous. I mean, being able to make stuff an
Last weekend, a fascinating act in the history of humanity played out on Reddit. For April Fool's Day, Reddit launched a little experiment. It gave its users, who are all anonymous, a blank canvas called Place. The rules were simple....
Unfold is a folder, a publication, a library, a temporary exhibition, a collection of many folders, an archive. None of the above. All of the above. Appearing on the www over fourteen months.
The internet consumes a lot of electricity. 416.2TWh per year to be precise. To give you some perspective, that’s more than the entire United Kingdom.
Ready for a blast from the past? Explore web design in the early 2000s where personal websites, Wikipedia, and the earliest internet meme emerged. Enjoy this fascinating timeline of web design's evolution between 2000-2004.
An exchange of ideas, aspirations & know-how of making art events in the digital age.December 7, 2019, 12pmHow to Biennale! in the Digital Age: December 7, 12–7pmImagined Biennales: December 7, 4–6pmwww.stadstriennale.beTwitter / Instagram / Instagram / Facebook / Facebook How to Biennale! in the Digital Age is a one day event devised as both a forum for the exchange of expertise and the production for a book, How to Biennale! The Manual. The book (which plays on the KLF's well-known music industry Manual of the late 1980s) seeks to offer a practical and accessible guide to making art ‘eventful’ outside of formal institutional structures and expectations. Participants will be encouraged to develop and contribute their own additions to the final version of the book (to be published next year). First launched at Tate Exchange (Tate Modern, London) in May 2018, the second HTB! Conference at Hasselt University takes place during Stadstriënnale 2019. The conference will host a series of informal discussion groups, facilitated by those with key experience, across a range of issues from thinking through vision and distinctiveness to building a team and connecting with artists and audiences using digital technology. Several digital experts and theorists will support the conference. Application process: The event is free but spaces are limited. Registration Imagined Biennales is a session alongside the conference, intended as an open forum to present and debate ideas for the future of biennales. The proliferation of biennales and other perennial art events around the world reveal huge energy, creativity and social engagement within the sphere of contemporary art. Whether operating at hyper-local, local, national or international levels, these events are always more than the art they represent. They are about people, places, histories, social enterprise and the political aesthetic. But equally, they can be homogenizing forces and complacent about the "value" of art. What do we want from our biennales and how do we get it? Imagined Biennales invites as wide a range of voices as possible to share in current practice and to pitch new ideas. What does a biennale look like and what do we want it to look like? We welcome presentations in person, written statements or short videos. Application processIn order to accommodate a variety of perspectives and ideas we ask all prospective participants to submit a one-page expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. This should outline the main context and key ideas as envisaged for a 5/10-minute presentation. Deadline: December 1, 2019. There are no specific criteria for the presentation topics. We are open to experimentation and welcome views on current practice. If you are involved in running or developing an art biennale, festival or recurring programme, come to Hasselt University to share your vision with experts and colleagues in the field. Equally, we are interested in counter-views, whether articulations against biennales or considerations of alternative situations, new models and different contexts. Furthermore, we welcome ideas about the fostering of community. The title of this event plays on the title of Benedict Anderson’s well-known book Imagined Communities, in which he argues nations are socially constructed; they are "an imagined political community." Imagined communities come together in large-scale events such as sporting tournaments, and indeed large-scale arts events. Like Anderson’s account of nations, we might suggest biennales and other perennial art events are finite, they have "elastic boundaries," beyond which lie other events and communities. They are also "sovereign" in that no singular hierarchy claims authority. Even though we may never tangibly grasp our imagined community, we still know it is there (or imagine it is!). How might we characterize the biennale fraternity and its future? Imagined Biennales was part of a week-long event, Building an Art Biennale at Tate Exchange (Tate Modern) in May 2018. A forthcoming publication, How to Biennale! The Manual is edited by Robert E. D'Souza, Sunil Manghani & Shwetal A. Patel. This event is a collaboration with Pieter Jan Valgaeren, artistic director of Stadstriënnale 2019.
+2.ooo artists selected by +18o curators in +15o online pavilions, embassies and routers at +1oo worldwide locations because nobody visits websites anymore
The MDN Web Docs site provides information about Open Web technologies including HTML, CSS, and APIs for both Web sites and progressive web apps. It also has some developer-oriented documentation for Mozilla products, such as Firefox Developer Tools.
The InlineChat lets you write what you want to write. It does not store any information related to your person as IP adresses, language or location. Attached to each message is just the name you give, the message body and the timestamp. I will then use that literature to produce images.
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