Albrecht Betzold führt uns durch eine Zeitreise. Über verschiedene Werkzeuge zeigt er auf, wie sich die Zeitspannen zwischen wichtigen Erfindungen immer weiter verkürzt haben und sich diese Rhythmen gerade im digitalen Zeitalter immer weiter verkürzen - Was ist das nächste "BIG THING"?
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Digital Choc 2013
BY SAMSON SYLVAIN
@ VOL 99
ON JAN 23, 2013
In 2012, the French Institute in Tokyo organized the first edition of Digital Month, a festival designed to highlight French creativity in the fields of digital cultures and new images. This event reached a wide and diverse audience by presenting all aspects of digital creation, from contemporary art to moving images, architecture to video games, and also digital publishing, contemporary music and performing arts. After the success of this first 2012 edition, the French Institute of Japan reiterates the digital experience by organizing Digital Choc, the second edition of this festival, in February 2013.
Through the theme of "digital territories," the 2013 edition would like to explore areas that digital technologies has disrupted, influenced or revolutionized. Artworks proposed in this digital arts festival are to be presented in several cities in the French cultural network in Japan (5 institutes IFJ, 4 French Alliances), and partners (concert halls, shops, cinemas, galleries, etc.)
From Theatre to Digital to Digital Theatre!
BY OWEN BRIERLEY
@ VOL 15
ON MAR 07, 2013
Owen Brierley talks about his career in theatre and digital media, starting with his beginning days in improvisation and musical theater, and moving into digital media and mashups, with collaborations between artists in different mediums, and unconventional theater experiences.
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BY HOT POP FACTORY
@ VOL 31
ON DEC 04, 2014
As the digital life is moving faster than our physical life, Biying Mao and her company Hot Pop Factory has started using digital means to disrupt the physical design process. Rather than designing form, they are using computational design to design rules and parameters, similar to computer programming.
Digital Don't Surf
BY LYNDSEY LEE FAULKNER
@ VOL 21
ON DEC 06, 2016
Now that our daily lives are increasingly tied to the digital world, our IRL experiences are more valuable than ever. As a lifelong surfer and appreciator of all things “analog” Lyndsey Lee Faulkner explores the value of surfing in the digital age, and how the pursuit of analog endeavors makes for betterhumans.