new media

new media & digital arts

media arts course - UCLA

This course is a survey of the history and development of the media arts. It deals with the many ways in which artists have applied and reacted to new technology and various media from the late 19th century to the present. The approach is media archaeological: the development of media arts will be investigated within a broad cultural and historical framework. Intertextual ties to other cultural forms will be emphasized.

Realtime Arts Magazine

Australian arts and film magazine - online and print versions

Open Source Cinema

Open Source Cinema is a film project dedicated to creating movies in ways inspired by the free software and free culture movements. The goal is for filmmakers to be able to collaboratively create film works, via Internet, using shared footage from a variety of sources. Open Source Cinema also encourages the free sharing of film works through peer to peer networks and other alternatives to mainstream distribution, such as Creative Commons licenses.
New Media, Art, Culture, Theory

Mediamatic is a cultural institution in Amsterdam. We do exhibitions, presentations, workshops and other activities in Amsterdam and internationally. This site gives you an overview combined with news and theory. The site is edited automatically with anyMeta. It matches the topical with heritage in a sometimes fuzzy, but always surprising way. Just to get you started, there's a list of recent contributions below.

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Manfred Mohr

artworks, new media experimentation pioneer

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Lev Manovich - new media + software culture

new media + software culture

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"Avant-Garde as Software" by Lev Manovich

in Ostranenie, edited by Stephen Kovats

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Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies

good examples of cyberculture pardigms


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