Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ
Star Ferry Movements1Oct 200514Oct 2005
Ting Chan and Yee Ling Tang made a selection of photographic work they think portrays the interaction between China and the Netherlands.
Cognitive development: from human evolution to…8Jul 2005
What roles do nature and nurture play in cognitive development? A symposium organized by the Cognitive Science Center Amsterdam, sparked by theories developed by Michael Tomasello.
Art is not Bioterrorism9Feb 2005
A benefit for Steve Kurtz, the leader of the Critical Art Ensemble, who has been arrested for potential bioterrorism activity.
With articles from MindWhatYouWear, Bulk Design, Tinkebell and many, many others for sale.
Master Artistic Research UvA
Zoot invites you 19 feb and 01 march 2009 to the exhibition in W139 "The Best of both Worlds" Zoot Derks Joa Hug Zbigniew Maciak Imke Ruigrok Vital Stahievitc 19 th february 20.00 OPENING with...
PictoPlasma28Oct 200430Oct 2004
A conference to get to know the characters so endlessly depicted in graffiti, animation and other arts. Character design is an important in depth part of all narrative art, and the emphasis of this...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Lex Wouterloot 1 Jan 1994
Celestial Data for the End of Time
The Mormons, members of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints,have elevated data collection to a religious plane, especially the collection of genealogical data. They are the inheritors...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Dirk Van Weelden 1 Jan 1998
A Thousand Years of Non-Linear History
This long-awaited book by Manuel DeLanda bears an imposing title for its three hundred pages plus notes. Is it meant as a joke? No. Does it have to do with some childrens or MTV history of the...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#2/3 Manuel De Landa 1 Jan 1995
Homes: Meshwork or Hierarchy?
How do homes happen? Are they planned, as we have intuitively tended to believe, or is the process a more messy one? Drawing on biological, cognitive and economic models, De Landa believes that the...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Hein Masseling 1 Jan 1998
Artificial Evolution in an Artificial World
Until recently, one of the most frustrating problems for evolutional biologists was the fact that the process of evolution could not be directly perceived as a process. With the recent development of...
Book: José van Dyck 1 Mar 1998
Popular Images of Genetics
Historian of science Jose Van Dijck examines the role of images and imagination in popular representations of the new genetics since the late 1950s.