I just updated the website for a week or so...Come visit me...
Added by InterventTech (claire_w) on January 29, 2008 at 1:23 —
Mission Eternity Sarcophagus by ETOY.Corporation (Switzerland 2006-07)
launched the Mission Eternity Project in 2005, foregrounding on the one
hand respect for the human longing to survive in some way after death,
and on the other a sense of irony about dated sci-fi fantasies we
contrive to satisfy that desire. The Sarcophagus is one materialization
of this project. It is a… Continue
Added by InterventTech (claire_w) on January 19, 2008 at 16:32 —
Michael and I are making a video game called The Path
and we were recently interviewed by games blog, Gamasutra, about the project.
The Path grew from wanting to tell stories about ephemeral things, like footsteps on dry leaves on a moonless night, being in the dark and wondering what you are afraid of, is there anything to be afraid of? What scares you most is in your own mind. I was most interested in that aspect. Telling… Continue
Added by Auriea on January 17, 2008 at 20:50 —
This Newspaper has already been read. The eyes' movements while reading were recorded, digitalized and then reproduced as a print-out. What emerges is an intimation of something that is actually an invisible process, namely reading; what remains behind is a trace of the intake of information. The result is a daily paper which has already been read - a complete and completely read Frankfurter Allgemeine, as it were. The paper was printed alongside a regular… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 17, 2008 at 2:00 —
Now, this is not what most of us expect to see thinking about graffiti. These are made on ruins of buildings and walls. Not the best place to display graffiti works - not many admirers in these kinda places. But still, these make a good impression and the surrounding ruins help a lot.… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 17, 2008 at 1:36 —
A two-day course centered on experimenting and iteratively fine-tuning urban designs with FabLab. Use materials such as frames and stencil sheets in combination with light and mirrors in order to create spatial constructs.http://www.mediamatic.net/artefact-26440-en.html… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 16, 2008 at 12:40 —
Americans seek international database to carry iris, palm and finger prints.
Senior British police officials are talking to the FBI about an international database to hunt for major criminals and terrorists.
The US-initiated programme, "Server in the Sky", would take cooperation between the police forces way beyond the current faxing of fingerprints across the Atlantic. Allies in the "war against terror" - the US, UK, Australia, Canada… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 16, 2008 at 11:54 —
Designer hymens, a composite coat made of blended skin cultures by legendary French artist ORLAN, a brain infused with glowing moss and non-animal ‘leather’ growing in the galleries, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) presents a ground-breaking UK exhibition exploring the idea of skin as a place where art, science, philosophy and social culture meet.
sk-interfaces opens 01 February until 31 March 2008.… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 16, 2008 at 11:46 —
When Stanford computer scientist Vladlen Koltun decided to build a better virtual world, he began with 3-D trees—millions of them. Now he wants to give them away.
Added by Netbehaviour on January 16, 2008 at 11:36 —
Need a project for the new year? You could consider supporting, contributing to, or starting an open movie. The open movie concept gained attention with the release of Elephants Dream in 2006. Following its success, the Blender Foundation is developing a follow up open movie called Peach, set for completion later this year.… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 16, 2008 at 11:23 —
If your interested in creative technologies, net and new media art etc...check out my websitewww.interventtech.net
At the moment it provides listings of what's happening in the uk and opportunities for artists and other creative producers working across the art tech area (visaul; live and performance art; animation; games; video; net; computer etc.).
I also have a blog where I post reviews and news. You can find that here.… Continue
Added by InterventTech (claire_w) on January 13, 2008 at 16:47 —
Long time ago, I used to write in English, mainly because it was the dominant language on the internet, and specially because latinamerica has (and I have to admit this) major flaws in philosophy-theory-internet integration. Most I would say erudits, Phds theorititians from this part of the world do not participate in internet life unless it is required or comes from a well known, established media.
This leaves us with an extremely institutionalized corps of people whose input could… Continue
Added by Indira montoya on January 12, 2008 at 17:44 —
Added by ruthc on January 12, 2008 at 13:57 —
It seems that using blogs is the best feature here for promoting web sites, events and projects. I think that everything else is probably obvious, but if anyone has any trouble just ask :-)
Added by Netbehaviour on January 12, 2008 at 2:07 —
Welcome to the Netbehaviour experiment. We thought that it might be a great idea to bring some of the users of the Netbehaviour list to this social networking tool to see what happens. So people can promote their projects and various activities more easily, plus add movies, images and other things according to their desired needs.
We can still discuss as before but we also have blog facilities as well and we can create forums. Have fun and lets make something… Continue
Added by Netbehaviour on January 11, 2008 at 13:38 —