Monthly Archives: June 2016

DOUGLAS COUPLAND: What if There’s No Next Big Thing?

What if, in the tech world, there is no next big thing? First we had fire, then came the wheel, and the PC, then the internet and then Google and then the iPhone and then … that’s it. There’s nothing

DOUGLAS COUPLAND: What if There’s No Next Big Thing?

What if, in the tech world, there is no next big thing? First we had fire, then came the wheel, and the PC, then the internet and then Google and then the iPhone and then … that’s it. There’s nothing

DAVID PRICE: What sort of film, pt… 6 Aspects of authorship

(And aspects of alliteration. Technology…)[1] Writing in The Field of Expanded Illusions. This is the very beginning of a paper, a text, a piece of writing, and the contribution to a conference.[2] The subject is art, technology, and more precisely

DAVID PRICE: What sort of film, pt… 6 Aspects of authorship

(And aspects of alliteration. Technology…)[1] Writing in The Field of Expanded Illusions. This is the very beginning of a paper, a text, a piece of writing, and the contribution to a conference.[2] The subject is art, technology, and more precisely

DOMENICO QUARANTA: Solid State

Verifications. Five examples Imagine you are walking around a your city, toward an imaginary exhibition. It’s sunny outside and you take the long way from your place to the exhibition space. The first encounter takes place in the big square

DOMENICO QUARANTA: Solid State

Verifications. Five examples Imagine you are walking around a your city, toward an imaginary exhibition. It’s sunny outside and you take the long way from your place to the exhibition space. The first encounter takes place in the big square

NUNO FALEIRO RODRIGUES: Crisis and Critique in Contemporary Art II

In April 2016, the national Portuguese broadcaster showed the last weather forecast presented by a meteorologist, following the overall trend in national television broadcasting of presenting it in a short, graphic way, similar to the schematic box used by the

NUNO FALEIRO RODRIGUES: Crisis and Critique in Contemporary Art II

In April 2016, the national Portuguese broadcaster showed the last weather forecast presented by a meteorologist, following the overall trend in national television broadcasting of presenting it in a short, graphic way, similar to the schematic box used by the

HANNA HÖLLING: Revisions, or on the aesthetics of change

  “What is Zen for Film?,” I was asked sometime in the early fall of 2014, on the occasion of a preparatory meeting for Revisions, an exhibition to feature Zen for Film (1962–64), Nam June Paik’s “blank” film projection. Despite

HANNA HÖLLING: Revisions, or on the aesthetics of change

  “What is Zen for Film?,” I was asked sometime in the early fall of 2014, on the occasion of a preparatory meeting for Revisions, an exhibition to feature Zen for Film (1962–64), Nam June Paik’s “blank” film projection. Despite