Marc Garret interviews Jake Harris, curator of Access Space and great advocate of Open Source software. Jake sees in Open Source a big liberating potential for artists who can now build, own and share their creative tools. Open Source is for him an alternative mode of doing which escapes the strong commercial pressure that hardware and software corporation exert on users via their black box policies and licensing systems.
This short (20 minute) film has been made by artist Michael Szpakowski working with two classes of year 3 pupils at Southwark Park school in Bermondsey. Freely adapted from King Hrolf Kraki’s Saga it is a grim tale of internecine bloodletting in Viking times told in the children's own words and acted out by them.
RealTime is a print and online arts magazine covering innovative practices in media art, digital art, hybrid art, performance, dance, sound and music, visual art, film and video in Australia and internationally. As well as an extensive archive of back editions, RealTime also offers a features section covering festivals, a studio for new works and a portal critiquing quality websites.
The Games for Cities programme is hosting the first international conference with leading ‘city-game’ design experts from around the world. Games for Cities is an initiative started by Play the City...
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