Erik Zepka considers the interface of science fiction ideas and experiential realism in contemporary internet cultural practice. As part of art production shifts towards online networks of makers. A consideration of that content could provide hints of what ideas have become politically relevant to the digital commons.
Mark Hancock investigates the video works of AB Miller. His nationally and internationally exhibited works include his acclaimed Gridworks Project, which comprises abstract ASCII drawings, ink drawings, animated GIFs, and video elements. "We exist within a built environment that is constantly mediated by the grid. Grids organize space through coordinate mapping and patterns of development. Grids compress, redisplay, and reorder information. Grids are an enforcement system imposed upon both nature and culture."
Thorrific I create web-based interactive audiovisual artworks, make music, take photographs, perform, create installations, paint, draw and sculpt. The works deal with the pathologies of modern culture. To create my work I use Synthetik's Studio Artist & MSG Evolver, PureData & GEM, Flash, Reason, MetaSynth, Moog Rogue, Moog Prodigy, Didgeridoo.
Generative music created from sounds found on the Internet. Sounds are curated together into pools, then randomly loaded, looped, and collaged together. This is done in real-time in your browser using my custom Flash sequencer program. The music is infinite.
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