De Rode Hoed
Uitreiking Oeuvreprijzen en Prijs voor de…2Dec 2004
aan Ger vanElk, Wim Crouwel, Herman Hertzberger en Sven Lütticken.
1 Jan 2004
Interactive Children's Film Workshop
A Korsakow workshop in Oulu, Finland, from the 12th till the 17th of November 2004.
Interactive story structures change the way how to tell and to experience stories.But how? In interactive storytelling, filmmakers can no longer only regard themselves as the creator of a story, but...
1 Jan 2004
Schrijven & Internet
Cursus schrijven voor het web, op 2, 3 en 10 september 2004.
Het web kent geen lezers, luisteraars of kijkers, maar gebruikers. Gedrag van de gebruiker moet dus aandacht krijgen, ook in de teksten die wij willen die hij leest. Je kunt niet zomaar een boek...
Will Holder 1 Jan 2003
The projection consists of 800 images of Sun, cropped and blown up to the 640x480 pixel video standard. The images are projected on a screen facing south.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Minne Buwalda 1 Jan 1994
The expanded Book Toolkit, Voyager Company
Compared to the printed word, digital media offer a number of advantages: entire libraries can be conveniently stored and the information in the books is more easily accessible. Texts can also be...
Book: David Murray, Daniel Sherman, Irit Rogoff
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Avon Huxor 1 Jan 1994
Xanadu: The Conversation of the Digital Text
One persistent idea in science fiction has been that of an enormous computer library containing all the books ever produced in digital form. It would be a contemporary Library of Alexandria, and one...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Josophia Grieve 1 Jan 1994
Welcome to Memorymoo
connect giordano 30bruno30 * Connected *
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Geert Lovink 1 Jan 1994
We no longer collect the Carrier but the…
Interview with Tjebbe van Tijen
In Amsterdam, the archives of whoever ventures into the field of politics and culture will sooner or later end up with Tjebbe van Tijen. For many people he is the embodiment of 'storage mania'
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Jorinde Seijdel 1 Jan 1994
Operation Re-store World
As we all know, our planet is under constant surveillance by little green men from outer space.
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. 8#1 Wolfgang Ernst 1 Jan 1994
Arsenals of Memory
The archi(ve)texture of the Museum
museum - archives - books/shelves/library - letter box - container - packaging, frame - (electronic) stores - (goods) storeroom - depot/deposit - (final) deposit - (the museum as) concentration camp...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#2/3 Peter Fend 1 Jan 1995
A complete dossier on what we say here has been filed during a meeting with a Dutch Embassy in Paris. The meeting has been followed by meetings with authorities in Amsterdam. The documents are being...
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.
Mediamatic Magazine vol. 8#2/3 Geert Lovink 1 Jan 1995
An Anecdoted Archive from the Cold War
Interview with George Legrady
George Legrady recently won one of the three 'New Voices, New Visions' prizes for his cd-rom, An Anecdoted Archive from the Cold War , in a competition sponsored by Interval Research...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Willem Velthoven, Dirk Van Weelden, Alfred Birnbaum 1 Jan 1993
This issue of Mediamatic was supposed to be the World Issue. A Mediamatic about the whole world… This proved, to say the least, very ambitious… That's why on the next pages
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#2 Arjen Mulder 1 Jan 1993
Brief news item: in Bosnia and Hercegovina, the first children conceived by Bosnian women after being raped by Serbian soldiers have been born. The women refuse to recognize these babies and leave...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Alfred Birnbaum 1 Jan 1994
Better Not Knowing
In those days, so much was unaccounted for that they decided to base their economy on what they didn't know. It made sense: a life where everything is known is not worth very much, people said
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Willem Velthoven 1 Jan 1996
vol. 8#4 The Religion Issue
Editorial: Are People the Gods of the Algorithms?
The word avatar does not occur in this issue of Mediamatic.
Richard Rogers 1 Jan 1998
Playing with Search Engines
and making lowly web information into knowledge
Climate change is global: it occurs nowhere in particular and everywhere at once. The same could be said of the information supply about this ecological crisis: on the World Wide Web, scientific...
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...