Month: February 2005

February 8, 2005 / / internet

Basic security panel at transmediale finally mostly focused on the dichotomy of security / insecurity and the self – reproductive processes inherent in those. Via an ‘Ecology of Fear’ evolving through what might be called today as living in a…

February 6, 2005 / / comment

found here via boingboing an impressive tool to create total immersive images in real time rendering (watch the clip here) ….pfew … I wish I would have had a tool like this during the performative lecture (using real time green…

February 6, 2005 / / general gap

first impressions: permeable black walls divide this year’s transmediale exhibition part at the entrance foyer into a black cube system and this seems adequate to express the questions touched in the announcing information: … Although technical products promise enhanced agency…

February 4, 2005 / / identity

a nice and interesting post on space and culture about examining the importance of the crowd in the modern era: .. the web site for the Stanford Humanities Lab collaborative research project on “the rise and fall of the crowd…

February 3, 2005 / / comment

some points for those coming or being in town the next days …. BASICS – starting from tomorrow transmediale 05 interrogates: what are the BASICS of your culture? is your reality digital or analogue? are you ethical or aesthetical? transmediale…

February 2, 2005 / / film

In a recent post I pointed to some threads of thought from an article by Colin Gardner which I experienced as highly interesting for its effort to deduce a theory of multiplicity within the visual from a synthesis of Bergsonian…