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Technology november 12, 2013

Artist Opens Twitter Account To The Public

In a reflection on Twitter’s recent IPO, artist Kyle McDonald asks what it means to have an online identity.

Design & Architecture may 21, 2012

Draw An Interactive Synth Control Panel On A Piece Of Paper

A simple blank sheet is transformed into an usable interface using simple programming.

Advertising april 29, 2011

Seven On Seven 2011: Art Meets Technology

PSFK readers can use a special discount code for this year's event.

Design & Architecture april 25, 2011

What Can Designers Learn About Experiential Marketing From A Death-Inducing Roller Coaster?

"Euthanasia Coaster" is a study in gravitational aesthetics and cognitive simulation.

Home october 14, 2010

A Rehab Center For Old Computer Files

A group of media artists are running a rehabilitation clinic to recycle and reuse maladjusted files.

IoT september 30, 2010

DJ Spooky Samples Melting Glacial Landscapes

The experimental musician creates acoustic portraits in motion.

Arts & Culture september 28, 2010

(Video) DIY Graffiti Analysis LED Spray Can

How can digitization immortalize transient street art?

Technology september 23, 2010

Media Anthropology: Sorry I Haven’t Posted

Digital artist Corey Archangel is curating an interesting collection of "Inspiring Apologies From Today's World Wide Web."

Sustainability september 22, 2010

(Video) When Sensors Become A Dance Partner

Adaptive Bloom moves the stage set from environmental ambiance to participant.

Luxury september 21, 2010

A World Where All Links Are Treated Equal?

Media artist Cory Arcangel discusses censorship as related to the activity of linking.

Work september 17, 2010

(Video) The Gentrification Video Game

A new media art project explores cultural tensions in Amsterdam as part of Mediamatic's Noord exhibition.

Technology september 13, 2010

Shadow, Glare: Screen Time And Fragmented Attention

A desktop art piece explores perception, awareness and society's focus on screens.

Design & Architecture july 23, 2010

(Video) Microsoft Windows Metaphors

The Cut and Paste sculpture provides a critique of technology's transformation of the human perception of the space-time continuum.

Arts & Culture june 15, 2010

SPEED Show: Net.Art With A Pop-Up Mentality

Guerilla tactics help spread Internet-based artworks outside of normal digital channels.

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