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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

ARTICLES/INSTRUCTIONS/INSTITUTIONS/INFO.

ART/TECH SEARCH ENGINES:
Art, Science, Technology: Bibliography
Rhizome.org: Connecting Art and Technology
ArtLex: Art Dictionary
Artcyclopedia
ArtNet
the-artists.org
College Art Association

INSTITUTIONS:
Expression.edu: College for Digital Arts
Electronic Visualization Laboratory

COMPUTER PROGRAMING:
Programming Language
Source Code
Coding

PHYSICAL COMPUTING:
Tom Igoe: A huge list of physical
Wiring: "Wiring is an open source programming environment and electronics i/o board for exploring the electronic arts, tangible media, teaching and learning computer programming and prototyping with electronics."

MICROCONTROLLERS:
Arduino: Homepage
Modern Device Company
NKCelectronics
Boarduino
MIDI Control Board

MICROPROCESSORS:

FILENAME EXTENSIONS:

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

MEDIA PRODUCTION & PERFORMANCE

Tech. Artists...
You've gotta have the right tools for the job...
Cycling 74's, MAX/MSP/Jitter, software is a must have...

GROUPS:
Gesture.org: A group of VJ's/programmers/performers/artists.
Graffiti Research Lab

VJ TOOLS:
Cell & Union: Video Mixing
octaV-4: Video Mixer Accessory
Edirol V-4: Video Mixer
Create Digital Motion: Wearable Wrist-Brace VJ Controller
Pioneer DVD Turntable

UNUSUAL AUDIO:
Directed Sound: Audio Spotlight

VIDEO PRODUCTION/PROJECTION:
Respondr: A revolutionary interactive video system.
LuminVision
Imax
Immersive Media: A 360 video experience.

MIDI MUSIC PRODUCTION:
Continuum Fingerboard
Midi Drum Instructions
Midi Hardware
AKAI: The future of wind instruments.
WX5: Wind MIDI Controller
VL70M: Acoustic Modeling Sound Module with WX Input

LASERS:
Lightwave International: Fogscreen... images float in mid air!
Acuity Laser: Laser Measurement Sensors. AccuRange? 600
LaserGlowTech: World's most powerful hand-held lasers!

LEDS:
ArKaos: LED Mapper
Disco-Designer: LED dance floor.
MIT Design: LED dance floor.
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories: LED Panels

FIBER OPTICS:
Fiber Optic Products: Worlds largest fiber optic lighting dealer.

HOLOGRAMS:
Musion Eyeliner:
3D Hologram... technology reveiled.
Liti Holographics
Mirage: by Optigone
Holo-Walls

ARTIFICIAL NATURE:
Torex Tornado Table Data Sheet
Atmospheric Vortex Engine

NEW MEDIA ART: Movements/Mediums

FLUXUS:
"An art movement begun in 1961/1962, which flourished throughout the 1960s, and into the 1970s. Characterized by a strongly Dadaist attitude, Fluxus promoted artistic experimentation mixed with social and political activism, an often celebrated anarchistic change."

NEW MEDIA ART:
"New media art is a genre that encompasses artworks created with new media technologies, including computer graphics, computer animation, the Internet, interactive technologies, robotics, and biotechnologies."

VIDEO ART:
"Video art is often said to have begun when Nam June Paik used his new Sony Portapak to shoot footage of Pope Paul VI's procession through New York City in the autumn of 1965. That same day, across town in a Greenwich Village cafe, Paik played the tapes and video art was born..."
UBUweb
VideoArt.net

DIGITAL ART:
"Digital art is art created on a computer in digital form. Digital art can be purely computer-generated, such as fractals, or taken from another source, such as a scanned photograph, or an image drawn using vector graphics software using a mouse or graphics tablet..."
digitalart.org
Digtital Art Source
DeviantART

INTERNET ART:
"Internet art (often called net.art) is art or cultural production which uses the Internet as its primary medium (but not necessarily its subject, though this is often the case). Artists using this medium are sometimes called net.artists."
Histories of Internet Art
d'ART: The Internet Art Database
Guggenheim Museum: Virtual Projects

SOFTWARE ART:
"Software art refers to works of art where software, or concepts from software, play an important role; for example software applications which were created by artists and which were intended as artworks."
Software ART Space
Software Art: Exhibitions
NIO: The art of interactive audio for the web.
Thomas Briggs

INSTALLATION ART:
"Installation art incorporates almost any media to create an experience in a particular environment. Materials used in contemporary installation art range from everyday and natural materials to new media such as video, sound, performance, computers and the internet. Some installations are site-specific in that they are designed to only exist in the space for which they were created."
ArtLex- Art Dictionary... installation examples...
Installation Artists
But is installation art?
Deconstructing Installation Art
Art and Culture

ARTIST STATEMENTS:
"An artist's statement is a brief text composed by an artist and intended to explain, justify, and contextualize his or her body of work."
How To Write...
Artists Foundation
Art Business
Art Biz Coach

SOFTWARE

VIDEO EDITING/EFFECTS:
Final Cut Pro
DVD Studio Pro
Shake
Motion
After Effects
Avid Express Pro Studio

AUDIO:
Soundtrack Pro
Logic Pro
Audition
ProTools

PHOTO/DESIGN:
Aperture
Photoshop
Illustrator
InDesign
AutoCAD

WEB:
Flash
Fireworks
Dreamweaver

Monday, August 27, 2007

ARTISTS/INFLUENCES

WALT DISNEY
The God of simulacra. The GREATEST creative mind the Earth has ever known!
TIME: 100 Leaders and Revolutionaries
Walt Disney Company
DisneyHomepage
DisneyPictures
DisneyResort
Wikipedia

Jennifer Steinkamp
An installation artist who works with video and new media in order to explore ideas about architectural space, motion, and perception.
(Professor) UCLA Department of Design | MediaArts
Lehmann Maupin Gallery
UCLA Faculty Gallery
UCLA Faculty

Christopher Janney
"A musician who designs buildings, an architect who makes music, an artist whose works invite interaction and engagement as opposed to passive appreciation. His big idea is, in essence, absurdly simple, yet if taken up and widely applied could have profound and far-reaching effects on the environments where we live, work and play." Beth Dunlop Ellen Lampert-Greaux
Architecture of the Air
Sonic Forest
MySpace
Blog
DFA
TV

Olafur Eliasson
"The basic elements of the weather – water, light, temperature, pressure – are the materials that Olafur Eliasson has used throughout his career. His installations regularly feature elements appropriated from nature – billowing steam replicating a water geyser, glistening rainbows or fog-filled rooms. By introducing ‘natural’ phenomena, such as water, mist or light, into an un specifically cultivated setting, be it a city street or an art gallery, the artist encourages the viewer to reflect upon their understanding and perception of the physical world that surrounds them. This moment of perception, when the viewer pauses to consider what they are experiencing, has been described by Eliasson as ‘seeing yourself sensing’." Tate Online
The Weather Project
Wikipedia

James Turrell
An artist primarily concerned with light and space.
In Pursuit of God's Light
Sculpture Magazine
Henry Art Gallery
Roden Crater
KnightRise
PBS Art 21
Wikipedia

Ned Kahn
"Kahn combines science, art and technology to integrate natural, human, and artificial systems, and his specific works emphasise natural elements, such as water, fire, wind and sand; how these behave independently, and how they interact."

Chemical Brothers
A Grammy Award winning electronic music duo from England, comprising Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons.
Unofficial Site
Wikipedia
MySpace
Remixed

OTHERS...
Christo & Jeanne-Claude
Maurice Benayoun
Dan Flavin
Mark Jenkins
Barbara Kruger
Jeremy Blake: Kinz, Tillou and Feigen Gallery
Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle
Camille Utterback