Alchi Boski 10:56am Feb 26

Digital Media Archaeology in Practice Workshops wi...

Yves Malicy 10:50am Feb 26
Digital Media Archaeology in Practice
Workshops with Ben Fino-Radin (MoMA) & Vincent Leclair (Sicilium)
9, 10 & 11 April 2015, Brussels

iMAL and PACKED are organising a 2-days workshop and a 1-day open atelier on the handling of obsolete data carriers and computer hardware. On April 9th and 10th, Ben Fino-Radin, Digital Repository Manager at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, will host a workshop on data preservation and access from obsolete and current media carriers. These two days will be followed by an open atelier by Vincent Leclaire (Sicilium) where participants will get advices and examples on how to keep legacy computer equipment working to access and experience data stored on obsolete carriers.


* • 9 & 10 April, 9:30 - 17:30 : Data Preservation Bootcamp with Ben Fino-Radin
* •11 April, 09:30 - 17:30 : Open atelier - Vintage Computer Hardware Care & Data Retrieval

Free - Registration mandatory. The number of participants for the Ben Fino-Radin workshop is limited to 12

iMAL - Center for Digital Cultures and Technology
30 Quai des Charbonnages / Koolmijnenkaai
1080 Brussels

More info :

Welcome to the Future! The floppy cd-rom revolutio...

Yves Malicy 10:44am Feb 26
Welcome to the Future!
The floppy cd-rom revolution
19 March - 26 April 2015

In 2015, iMAL, Center for Digital Cultures and Technology, Brussels present, in collaboration with PACKED, Centre of Expertise in Digital Heritage, a series of exhibitions, workshops and symposiums on cultural heritage in the digital age.

Welcome to the Future! is the first event of our Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age program. This exhibition proposes a selection of artworks and cultural documents published on floppies and cd-roms mostly in the 90s. It presents early pioneering works featuring remarkable experimentations in hypertext and hypermedia narration, interface design and interactivity aesthetics. This historical reflection on 20 years of new media art also questions the future of today’s born-digital content.

Thursday 19 March, 18:30 - 22:00

20 March - 26 April 2015, Wed - Sun, 13:00 - 18:00

iMAL - Center for Digital Cultures and Technology
30 Quai des Charbonnages / Koolmijnenkaai
1080 Brussels

More info :

Hi folks - Antirom are holding an event on Friday ...

Andy Polaine 8:50am Feb 26
Hi folks - Antirom are holding an event on Friday and Saturday in London to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the CD-ROM. We'll be showing some of the original material and talking about the thinking of it at the time as well as a panel on Saturday looking at the evolution of the interface. Our plan is to make the original CD-ROM image available for download for media arts scholars/archeologists too.

All the details are here:

#VIRAL @ Boston Cyberart Gallery The history and ...

Robert B. Lisek 7:54pm Feb 25
#VIRAL @ Boston Cyberart Gallery
The history and cultural assemblage of viral digital culture has morphed significantly since the Frankfurt Museum for Applied Art added viral code to their permanent collection in 2002 and hosted the ground-breaking “I Love You – computer_viruses_hacker_culture” exhibition. A fascination with viruses, as previously witnessed in the Slovenian Pavilion at the 2001 Venice Biennale, has seeped into contemporary culture; it has “gone viral”, so to speak. In #VIRAL, this evolution is explored through the various forms in which digital art exists and through the many expressed applications of the word “viral” and “virus”.
February 28 – April 5, 2015:

New issue (55/56) of Germany's only journal dedica...

Aufsmaul Suppe 1:05pm Feb 25
New issue (55/56) of Germany's only journal dedicated entirely to film history FILMBLATT. The new issue explores the film production during the years of heavy inflation in the Weimar Republic, a rather unknown production by Béla Balász (1 + 1 = 3) and two approaches to Berlin's transformations in the 1960s and 1970s. - The journal is in need of subscriptions. Should you be working with an institution or a library that does not hold a subscription, now would be a great opportunity to change that...

Another unique interview on Digicult. Donata Marle...

Marco Mancuso 11:31am Feb 25
Another unique interview on Digicult. Donata Marletta meets the artist and photographer Marie-Jeanne Musiol. She investigates the kaleidoscopic nature of bioenergetic fields through electromagnetic photography...

Melentie Pandilovski 10:41pm Feb 24
Happy Birthday to Robert Adrian X! :-) We hosted him for SEAFair way back in 1997, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, and he was just fantastic! :-)

и бонусом:

Evgeny Kuzin 10:26pm Feb 24
и бонусом:

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