23 May 2016 • 14:06 Comments Off on 3¦×Fń–Qé3= Miá†
22 May 2016 • 14:07 Comments Off on intimadotorgslashfuture
What do you get?
– the entire intima.org/future idea/concept (0/zero files, 0/zero folders)
– an original invoice
– all standard ownership rights to the concept/idea of this artwork; possibility to negotiate for further special and specific rights
– [bonus gift, for free] screenshot (browser: Chrome 48.0.2564.116 m) / print of the non-existent website/URL, framed in black, broken front glass, 29,7 ⨯ 42 cm (11.69 ⨯ 16.54 in), hand signed by the artist
Still available for purchase!
26 April 2016 • 14:18 Comments Off on 100 indexdothtml files
100 indexdothtml files
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25 April 2016 • 20:11 Comments Off on Nadine Bors interviewed Igor Štromajer
(CYNETART) Igor Štromajer also known as Intima was born in 1967 in Maribor. He describes himself as a pseudo-/para-artist. His media art work has been shown at numerous exhibitions and festivals. His first appereance at the CYNETART-Festival was in 1999 and he returned in 2000 and 2007. He teaches at universities and contemporary art institutions worldwide.
1 April 2016 • 6:48 Comments Off on Make Love Not Art at EMAF 2016
EMAF – European Media Art Festival
Osnabrück, 20–24 April 2016
EMAF 2016 Official Selection:
Make Love Not Art – Do Not Expect Me To Do It For You
by Igor Štromajer
will be screened on 23 April 2016 at 22:45 at the Filmtheater Hasetor.
Cinema: Experimental short and feature films, documentaries, music videos, specials, retrospectives.
This year, the European Media Art Festival queries the importance and impact of strategies for the future. It is taken for granted that the debate on how to shape societies, their economies and cultures necessarily involves looking to the future, creating drafts and scenarios, speculating and having visions. However, it should also be a matter of course to ask: who creates these visions, who could have an interest in the implementation of these plans, and whose purpose do these strategies actually serve?
+ reference: EMAF 2013
1 April 2016 • 5:33 Comments Off on Yami-Ichi internetstadl#3, NRW-Forum Düsseldorf
Saturday, 9 April 2016 at NRW-Forum Düsseldorf
Are you tired of being dependent on the internet and want to return to the physical world? On the occasion of the Night of Museums 2016, the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf will host a Yami-Ichi as its third Internetstadl, where products from the internet will be sold in real life – a kind of offline celebration of online products.
The new monthly series of events Internetstadl offers an introduction to the digital future. The Internetstadl brings together creative and digital pioneers and turns online culture into an entertaining event format. Internetstadl ist curated by Alain Bieber, artistic director of the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf, together with the net artist Florian Kuhlmann and the creator Thomas Artur Spallek.
At the Offline-Geek-Flea Market objects will change real hands that are otherwise only available online – the offline world as a legal black market. Following Tokyo, Berlin, Brussels and Amsterdam the Yami Ichi, invented by the Japanese artist group IDPW, is now coming to Düsseldorf.
1 March 2016 • 10:15 Comments Off on 3¦×Fń–Qé3= Miá†
5 February 2016 • 14:37 Comments Off on #embroidery
28 January 2016 • 22:23 Comments Off on Electronic Superhighway (Whitechapel Gallery): Exhibition Catalogue
Paperback, 272 pages, 297 x 200 mm
First published 2016
Fom Experiments in Art and Technology to Art After the Internet
Edited by Omar Kholeif
30 December 2015 • 23:52 Comments Off on Richard Kern: Language, Literacy, and Technology
Author: Richard Kern, University of California, Berkeley
Cambridge University Press, 2015
(ref.: Igor Štromajer, Oppera Internettikka)
From the origins of writing to today’s computer-mediated communication, material technologies shape how we read and write, how we construe and share knowledge, and ultimately how we understand ourselves in relation to the world. However, communication technologies are themselves designed in particular social and cultural contexts and their use is adapted in creative ways by individuals. In this book, Richard Kern explores how technology matters to language and the ways in which we use it. Kern reveals how material, social and individual resources interact in the design of textual meaning, and how that interaction plays out across contexts of communication, different situations of technological mediation, and different moments in time. Showing how people have adapted visual forms to various media as well as to social needs, this study culminates in five fundamental principles to guide language and literacy education in a period of rapid technological and social change.
30 December 2015 • 23:28 Comments Off on Preserving Born Digital Art : Lessons From Artists’ Practice
Dr. Conor McGarrigle, Dublin Institute of Technology
8 December 2015 • 23:40 Comments Off on ██ – microformance
██ – microformance
[ummuu eene, ookko, aaasa]
Saturday, 26. December 2015 at 18:32
Igor Štromajer je para-umetnik in intimni mobilni komunikator. Za svoja dela je prejel več nagrad, v svojih stalnih zbirkah pa jih hranijo različne umetnostne institucije, med drugimi Centre Pompidou v Parizu, Museo Reina Sofia v Madridu, Computer Fine Arts Gallery v New Yorku in Umetnostna galerija v Mariboru. Je prejemnik Glazerjeve listine, priznanja za umetniške dosežke mesta Maribor. Raziskuje distopične emocije, ki izhajajo iz nezmožnosti komunikacije, vzpostavlja strategije brezrazložnega upora ter ponuja neuspešne taktike preseganja politične tesnobe. Decembra letos razstavlja tudi na pregledni skupinski razstavi Krize in novi začetki: Umetnost v Sloveniji 2005-2015 v +MSUM (22.12.2015 – 3.4.2016).
1 December 2015 • 17:30 Comments Off on Crises and New Beginnings: Art in Slovenia 2005–2015
CRISES AND NEW BEGINNINGS
ART IN SLOVENIA 2005–2015
– group exhibition
Moderna galerija +MSUM – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Ljubljana
22 December 2015 – 3 April 2016
Curators: Bojana Piškur, Igor Španjol, Vladimir Vidmar
The exhibition aims to present a selective overview of developments just past or still taking place, and attempts to define the main phenomena and trends in contemporary art in Slovenia over the past decade.
Igor Štromajer participating with:
Deleting Net Art Works, 2011
Memory is there to deceive.
Expunction is a project by mobile Internet communicator Igor Štromajer. Between 11 May and 16 June 2011, Štromajer, a pioneer of net art both in Slovenia and worldwide, ritually deleted a number of his classical net art works produced between 1996 and 2007. He expunged one net art project per day, permanently deleting it from his online server, so that the projects are no longer available at the Intima Virtual Base. He deleted 37 net art works altogether, amounting to 3,288 files or 101.72 MB.
Those of Štromajer’s projects that were not on the Intima Virtual Base online server at the time of expunction but are permanently loaded on the servers of the galleries and museums that have acquired them through purchases or donations (Centre Pompidou in Paris, Ars Electronica Lab in Linz, Computer Fine Arts Gallery in New York, MNCA Reina Sofía in Madrid, etc.) were (and still are) inaccessible to the artist for deletion.
The Expunction project broaches the questions of temporality, duration, archiving, and accessibility of (net) art works that automatically change over time as the hardware and software change (browsers, players, applications etc.), slowly but inexorably losing their functionality and consequently also their content. The artist’s basic premise in this project was that whoever creates, programs, and composes art is also entitled to deprogram, deconstruct, and delete it. This is not an act of violence or destruction, but rather the observation of the natural rhythm of birth, life, and death, cyclically repeated and oscillating in natural amplitudes. In a way, Štromajer has erased history, including his own personal history, since he believes our memory serves to deceive us, to misrepresent rather than paint and describe the past. A deceptive memory can be erased without qualms, since it does not portray a real picture of the past it speaks of, but always only a deceptive, distorted image. For this reason the deleted works or their remaining fragments, undeletable once they have been made publicly accessible since the World Wide Web is so widely spread and fragmentary, tell us much more about the originals (original works) than the originals themselves. With its empty slot and precise documentation, a nonexistent work, or rather its absence, points out the ephemerality of a net art work, telling at the same time much more about the deleted work than the so-called actual original could.
Number of deleted net art works: 37
Number of deleted files: 3.288
Amount of deleted files: 101.72 MB
– Deletion frequency: one (1) net art work per day
– Started: 11 May 2011
– Duration: 37 days (last project deleted on 16 June 2011)
– Subject: net art works by Igor Štromajer, created between 2007 to 1996, were being deleted, erased from the original intima.org server
10 November 2015 • 12:48 Comments Off on Pixxelpoint 2015
OBJECT / PREDMET
16th International Media Art Festival
Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Gorizia (Italy)
27 November – 4 December 2015
para-curator: Igor Štromajer
Participating artists (A–Z):
003, Ajda Tomazin, Ana Čigon, Annie Abrahams + Martina Ruhsam, Aram Bartholl, Arven Šakti Kralj Szomi, Borut Savski, Cat Leonard, Ciro Múseres, Curt Cloninger, Cym, ČIPke: Sara Šabjan + Monika Pocrnjić, Domenico Barra, Društvo za domače Raziskave / Domestic Research Society, Francis Hunger, Guido Segni, Helene Thümmel, Ienke Kastelein, Jaka Železnikar, Jimpunk, Jos Diegel, Katarina Kogoj, Kim Asendorf, Lenka Klimešová, Maja Smrekar, Majda Gregorič, Marko Batista, Martine Neddam, Mihaela Kavdanska, Nataša Berk, Nina Bric, Nina Kočar, Oliwia Bławat, Paul Hertz, Rajat Sharma, Rene Rusjan, Sally Noall & BridA/Tom Kerševan, Jurij Pavlica, Sendi Mango, Sandra Jovanovska, Snežana Golubović, Špela Petrič, Špela Volčič, Tanja Lažetić, Tatjana Tanja Vujinović Kušej, Teo Spiller, Thor Magnusson, Tina Zadnik, Una Rebić, Uršula Berlot, Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, Vuk Ćosić
↓ para-/pseudo-curatorial introduction by Igor Štromajer ↓
10 November 2015 • 12:40 Comments Off on Reading Club: unaussprechbarlich
Reading Club: unaussprechbarlich
21. November 2015 um 21.00 Uhr
Ein online kollektives Schreibexperiment über die Schwierigkeiten und Freuden des Deutschlernen mit
Im Rahmen von Unaussprechbarlich, einem Forschungsprojekt, einer Website und einer Reihe von Performance von Annie Abrahams und Helen Varley Jamieson, wo die Künstlerinnen die eigene Dynamik von Sprachen erforschen und der Frage nachgehen, wie stark das, was wir unsere Kultur nennen, durch die Sprache geprägt ist.
9 November 2015 • 12:21 Comments Off on Digitopia – International Digital Art Festival, Taipei / Taiwan
Photo: spamm.be, Taipei
Artists (Transnumériques Awards – Arts & Networks, 2015 special Gifs): _blank – Eric Juth – Alix Desaubliaux – Anne-Marie Bouchard – Benjamin Rosenthal – Bob (Mauricio Sanhueza) – Michael Szpakowski – Cesar Escudero Andaluz – Chiara (Passa) – Chris Collins – Chris Timms – Colin Raff – Domenico Dom Barra – Dorianne Wotton – Francois-Beaurain – Francoise Gamma – Gustavo Torres – Haidyroket – Harold Charre – Igor Štromajer – jim punk – Julian Glander – Julien Deswaef – Krefer – kyttenjanae – Laura Brothers – Yannick Dubois – Luca Moroni – Margot Bowman – Mariano Equizzi – Maxime Dardenne – Maxine – Milos Rajkovic aka Sholim – Nick Kegeyan – Nicolas Boillot – Nicolas Sassoon Omar_Sailhan_RISE – peekasso – Peter Burr – Pierre Andreotti – Ralph Klewitz – Rose Keeler – Scott Gelber – Siyu Mao – Skip Hursh – Bill Tavis – Thom Rugo – Tom Moody – Tugce Senogul – Thierry Verbeeck – YoMeryl – Zack Dougherty
Initiated in 2006 by the Center & Foundation of Digital Art Taipe, the Taipei Digital Art Festival highlights innovative artistic expressions and has chosen for this edition the theme of dystopia. The Transcultures selection for the festival features interactive/participatory installations, Haydirocket’s Gif Wall, an international Gif show (‘Transnumériques Awards-Arts & Networks’) curated by Jacques Urbanska; performances and a selection of video co-produced or distributed by Transcultures.
— partners: Digital Art Center, Taipei – Digital Art Foundation, Taipei – City Sonic – Transcultures / with the support of Wallonie-Bruxelles International (WBI) and of the Cultural Ministry of Taiwan
1 November 2015 • 21:51 Comments Off on WAG – Widget Art Gallery
Special thanks to Gretta Louw for the title.
The Widget Art Gallery (WAG) is an app and a platform, a mini single art gallery room that fits into people’s pocket. The virtual gallery-room hosts a solo digital art exhibition every month.
1 November 2015 • 20:01 Comments Off on Unnamed Group
Artists: user, username, profile_name, alias, default, name, visitor, guest, anonymous, login_name, account_name
Unnamed Group is a web-based anonymous group performance. Reflecting on the cloaked nature of the web, in a time when identity profiling is becoming more and more default, it also aims to explore the performative character of the web in opposition to a more commonly used presentational use.
This web page, as all others, is hosted on a webserver. 10 artists were individually invited and received access to this webserver to be able to edit this page. Their identities are not disclosed to the public or to each other. The only interaction they have, is within the directory of this server, or in the case of the perception of the public, within this page.
The login details were sent to the participants on the 1st of November 2015 at 20.00 CET. The performance started as soon as the first participant logged in and edited this page.
20 October 2015 • 20:27 Comments Off on make «ªÀ™ love °•÷¬¦¤ not ^m‰ art &’‚¡ªf krneki