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society of algorithm   26/5: networks! a look into the future  

the bejing/tokyo/brussels connection
society of algorithm.org

isjtar/beijing, akihiro kubota/tokyo, mxhz/brussels     print
friday may 26, 2006 11pm
matrix art project, brussels

Recent technological and telecommunication developments -- the internet's two-way communication model, relatively inexpensive access to computers and networks -- have given rise to a powerful and diverse range of creative production resulting in a bleedover between and across disciplines as people explore unconventional uses of tools and technologies. Current activity indicates that trends emergent from computer network based practice are changing the nature of performance and interactive artworks.




Akihiro Kubota describes himself as an algorithmic improvisor/digital materialist. He is professor at the Tama art university, Tokyo, Japan and a pionier in software art, audio-visual installations and internet performances... more

isjtar   more   print
isjtar is a composer of electronic music and a new media artist. after several years investigating electronic music in a more traditional way, he is now focusing on generative forms and installations... more

Guy Van Belle/mxHz.org has been prominently involved in the use and development of media for artistic purposes since 1990. Since 2000 he has been working as xgz under the name of the collective digital band mxHz... more

friday may 26, 2006
okno, brussels & online bejing/tokyo



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