Artist talk with Raphael Dörig (curator, Shift Festival/Haus für elektronische Künste, Basel). Parallel event to the exhibition Low-Rez Stories/Solaris. Kunstraum Kreuzlingen, June 2011.Read more "Artist talk with Rafael Doerig"
Exhibition of digital prints on canvas, part of the Low-Rez Stories project. Geneva, April 2010.Read more "Low-Rez prints @Addictlab"
I was busy this last few days working with the export functionality of Wikipedia (some new Greyscale publications upcoming shortly…). A quick overview: in the end of 2007, the Wikimedia Foundation announces its collaboration with a German start-up, PediaPress, aiming at developing an export function that would allow “high quality print and word processor copies”…Read more "The Wikipedia ecosystem expands (or: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly)"
My collegue Kim Xupei just handed me this information over, after some debugging he did in order to figure out why the nice open source font DejaVu is systematically crashing Adobe CS apps… Whate came out of the research is that : a) the latest official version 2.30 solves a crashing issue of the DejaVu…Read more "DejaVu working in Adobe CS, finally!"
I just posted on Vimeo some raw extracts from this afternoon’s video rehearsal, for a storytelling spectacle based on Lewis Caroll’s “Alice in wonderland/beyond the mirror”. This performance will be presented this Saturday, September 26th, 17h30, at “La Fureur de Lire” festival, Théâtre Pitoeff, Geneva. While the artist and illustrator Thomas Perino is revealing his…Read more "Alice: rehearsal tapes"
“Report from the Desert”, first issue of my publishing project Greyscale Press, is now available from Amazon.com, as well as from Lulu. Some more information on this one: Greyscale Press is an experiment in online publishing. It uses several print-on-demand services to get the books edited in very little print runs. It focusses on electronic…Read more "Report from the desert available on Amazon"
Notes en vue du Workshop Webdesign donné à la HEAD / Pôle Art/Media les 24-26 mars 2009. Web Design Tools: Mac Text Editors: * TextWrangler – http://www.barebones.com/products/TextWrangler/ (includes FTP client) * Smultron – http://tuppis.com/smultron/ * jEdit (cross-platform) – http://www.jedit.org/ Linux text editors with HTML support : * Screem (0.16.1 – 11-16-2005) http://www.screem.org/ (not developed anymore)…Read more "workshop webdesign"