Mediamatic Off-Line Vol. 10#3 Gerrit Gohlke 1 Jan 2001
On the Works of Mathilde ter Heijne
Obscenity can be a very private passion, but there seems to be a statistical degree of brutality whose transgression causes the public to recoil and shut their eyes.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Dirk Van Weelden 1 Jan 1998
Mari Soppela's Family Files
Up until the 80s, home movies were made on celluloid.
Book: Michael Wetzel 1 Jan 1991
Die Enden des Buches
oder die Wiederkehr der Schrift
Book: Christopher Alexander 1 Jan 1977
A Pattern Language
Book: Brenda Laurel 10 Sep 1993
Computers as Theatre
This book presents a new theory of human-computer activity. Building on Aristotle's analysis of the form and structure of drama, Laurel shows how similiar principles can help us understand what...
Book: Walter Ong 1 Jan 1988
Orality and Literacy
The Technologizing of the World
Ong pulls together two decades of work by himself and others on the differences between primary oral cultures, those that do not have a system of writing, and chirographic (i.e., writing) cultures to...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Michael Sikillian 1 Jan 1996
Multimedia in the Middle Ages
To read electronic texts is to experience chaos. Electronic mail boxes and Internet newsgroups contain messages received randomly over time. Some have more structure, forming threads, but often the...
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...
DJ Elephant Power and Scratch Pet Land29Sep 2005
With the Fan Club Orchestra, Scratch Pet Land, Sun o.k. Papi, Niko Uske, Ali Durt Morimoto and Quentin Hanon.
Yang Fudong and Vito Hannibal Acconci Studio30Sep 20051Jan 2006
Vito Acconci (1940) and Yang Fudong (1971) bear it all.
Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst
Moving Targets5Nov 20054Dec 2005
With Annoyed , Wet , Rouge (2005), Rain (2004), Separation (2003), Spanking Clowns (2000), Tadzio (1991).
The Yes Men29Nov 2005
A nice presentation of megalomanic world domination cloaked in a shroud of anti globalist activism served straight up with a large shot of common sense and a wink and pinch in the butt to go.
Diego Marani 1 Jan 1999
From productive process to language
The Belgian weekly 'Le Soir Illustré' regularly publishes satirical articles by Diego Marani in Europanto. Is this a new artificial language, an alternative to Esperanto? Or could it be the...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Geert Lovink 1 Jan 1993
Michael Wetzel, Die Enden des Buches oder die Wiederkehr der Schrift, Acta Humaniora Weinheim 1991
For a number of years, Michael Wetzel was coordinator of the (now closed) Kassel research project Metadisciplinary Literature Analysis. In this capacity, he is well-informed on the state of affairs...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 R.K. Joshi 1 Jan 1996
The Religious World of Letterforms
Various writing systems either pictographic, alphabetic or syllabic in nature, developed in different parts of the world over different time-frames, have been associated with the spoken or written...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#1 Bert Mulder 1 Jan 1992
Christopher Alexander, A Pattern Language, Oxford University Press 1977
We build information systems: hundreds of people sitting in front of screens that glow and that, interconnected, create an environment supporting their works and desires.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Michael Sikillian 1 Jan 1993
Walter J. Ong, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word, Routledge, London 1988
The term 'global village' has become a commonplace in the media to describe societies created and sustained by electronic technology. But are digital computer systems replacing the visual...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#1 Richard Wright 1 Jan 1992
Brenda Laurel, Computers as Theatre, Addison Wesley Publishing Company Incorporated Boston MA 1993
Computers are not tools for processing data, but a medium for representing actions in which human beings participate. What started life as a way to make computers easier for people to use and evolved...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Norbert Bolz 1 Jan 1994
The Meaning of Surface
Traditional industrial design is falling apart.
Now that the digital revolution is turning everything into surface and the things with which we interact are becoming increasingly immaterial and turning into black boxes, not only do established...