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The ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART features Giselle BEIGUELMAN

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The ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART features Giselle BEIGUELMAN
www.digitalartarchive.at 

Giselle BEIGUELMAN, internationally renowned media artist, scholar and
curator is currently Professor at the School of Architecture and
Urbanism at the University of Sao Paulo (FAU-USP). Her research focuses
on contemporary nomadism and digital culture practices. Her recently
published book Possible Futures: Art, Museum and Digital Archives, is
dedicated to the discussion of preserving digital memory and culture.
She was the curator of Tecnofagias the 3rd 3M Digital Art Show and of
the on-line festivals HTTP_Video and HTTP_Pix.

Her art works reflect on urbanity and community as seen through digital
media and have been exhibited worldwide at festivals and museums such as
ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany), Gallery @ Calit2 (UCSD, USA) and the Sao Paulo
Biennial. 

Her current work Unlooping Film | Cinema sem Volta 2014 is an endless
slideshow fed with Instagram pictures produced by conflicting groups,
which use the same hashtags. It performs a battle of language between
the multitude and the masses.

BEIGUELMANs interventions in public spaces, networked projects and
mobile art applications are often characterized by a strong
interactivity and incorporation of spectators. Multi-user applications
invite to participate in the art work by using mobile devices and
sharing music, texts and pictures.

She is also a pioneer in digital poetry, one of her most famous works
is The book after the book  1999, a hypertextual and visual essay that
states at the end of the page:  The Internet is no more than a big text.
On the front, at the screen, text reveals itself as image.

Stephen WILSON: "Giselle BEIGUELMAN attempts to explore the future of
reading and wirting in "The Book after the Book", a work focused on
nonlinear narrative"

Simone OSTHOFF: The Book after the Book, is a hypertextual and visual
essay where criticism and Web art melt into the context of the Nets
reading and writing condition

Find out more >
https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/beiguelman.html


The ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART (ADA), the most advanced online archive for
digital art, invites ARTISTS and SCHOLARS to become members of the
online community and set up their ADA profile! 

Please register here: 
www.digitalartarchive.at/support/account-request.html 

COLLABORATIVE ANALYSIS AND PROACTIVE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
With the support of two large international grants, the archive has
been transferred into a Web 2.0 environment. The aim is to provide
community features and user-oriented applications to enable a collective
scientific exchange between artists, researchers, engineers and the
public to foster interdisciplinary and global collaborative analysis and
a proactive process of knowledge transfer.
To ensure a high academic standard, five published articles and/or
curated exhibitions are required to become a member of the ADA
community. 

SHARE YOUR RESEARCH WITH PEERS AND THE COMMUNITY
Members of the community can upload images, videos, publications and
PDFs, announce upcoming events, post comments, document exhibitions,
conferences and other relevant news. Community features allow active
exchange of professional information with peers. The new Light box tool
facilitates the examination and comparison of various image phenomena
for teaching and research purposes. 

ADA: THOUSANDS OF ARTWORKS
Since its foundation in 1999, the ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL ART (former
Database  of Virtual Art) has grown to be the most important online
archive for digital art. In cooperation with established media artists,
researchers and institutions it has been documenting the rapidly
evolving world of digital art and its related fields for more than a
decade and contains today a selection of thousands of artworks at the
intersection of art, science and technology. 

ARTISTS represented, among many others: Rebecca ALLEN, Suzanne  ANKER,
Cory ARCANGEL, Roy ASCOTT, Louis BEC, Maurice BENAYOUN, Paolo CIRIO,
Charlotte DAVIES, FLEISCHMANN & STRAUSS, Masaki  FUJIHATA, Ken GOLDBERG,
Agnes HEGEDÜS, Lynn HERSHMAN LEESON, Ryoji IKEDA, Eduardo KAC, Ken
RINALDO, KNOWBOTIC RESEARCH,  Lev MANOVICH, George LEGRADY, Golan LEVIN,
Rafael  LOZANO-HEMMER, Joseph NECHVATAL, Michael NAIMARK, David ROKEBY,
Jeffrey SHAW, Julius v. BISMARCK, Paul SERMON, Karl SIMS,  SOMMERER &
MIGNONNEAU, STANZA, Nicole STENGER, THOMSON &  CRAIGHEAD, Peter WEIBEL,
et al.

ADVISORY BOARD: Christiane PAUL, Roy ASCOTT, Erkki HUHTAMO,  Gunalan
NADARAJAN, Martin ROTH, et. al.

ADA team:
Oliver GRAU, Michaela SEISER (Editor, Community Admin)
Sebastian HALLER, Janina HOTH, Valerie KUMMER, Viola RÜHSE, 
Wendy COONES, Ann-Christin RENN (Editorial Team)

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