Paul Groot 1 Jan 1999
All those Senselessly Lovely Clickable Buttons
It's evidently the lot of every new medium: the grabbing desire with which technological opportunity is seized. Hollywood made itself master of the film, Hitler of the radio, advertising took over tv
If I can't dance,20Nov 200527Nov 2005
A series of performances by artists interested in the notions of theatrics, deviating into radio, music, readings, and film. with Matti Braun (D), Gerard Byrne (I), Yael Davids (I/NL), Johanna...
Blam!3 The final Fucking One
NYC 1997 isbn 0 9639459 2 0 English text $25
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Norbert Bolz 1 Jan 1998
The user-illusion of the world (1)
on the meaning of design
Mundus vult decipi, goes an old moralistic saying: the world wants to be deceived. This is especially valid today. We could hark back to Nietzsche: bring on the beautiful illusions. Yet simulacra, as...
Noortje Marres, Richard Rogers 1 Jan 1999
To Trace or to Rub
Screening the Web Navigation Debate
Ever since 'space' has become the ruling metaphor for the electronic realm, geographers have taken it upon themselves to plot the web. They have traded in their conventional tools and have begun...
Noortje Marres 1 Jan 1999
Edge your Way through Orbital Debris!
Orbital debris is defined as any man-made Earth-orbiting object which is non-functional with no reasonable expectation of assuming or resuming its intended function or another function for which it...
Jorinde Seijdel 1 Jan 1999
Theatre and Emotion in the Supermarket
In the 1970s, when people still cherished the nineteenth-century illusion of the arts being superior to the obscene economic reality, the supermarket was a popular metaphor for Western consumer...