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)"
Click to Play A walk through Google Street View, captured January 9th 2010. Locations include Spain, Italy, Japan. Part of the project Low-Rez Stories, generating cinematic journeys from robotic webcam imagery. Soundtrack: Clock DVA, The Operators, 1992. Project site: https://low-rez.tvRead more "[Low-Rez] GoogleStreetWalk #1"
My project Low-Rez Stories, which was recently exhibited in Zurich, should become very active during 2010. A show is already scheduled for July 2010, during the NIFF film festival in Neuchatel. Also, a little booklet has been released, featuring an essay by Isabelle Arvers. You may have a look at the PDF here: https://low-rez.tv/data/LowRez_booklet_fr.pdf Finally,…Read more "Low-Rez Stories: some news"
Creative web coding workshop at Workmaster, HEAD, Geneva. In collaboration with Gívan Belá. November 2009.Read more "webcoding workshop @HEAD"
Some pictures from the N3krozoft Ltd showcase at Dock18, Zurich (December 11th 2009).Read more "Dock18 showcase"
Low-Rez Stories is a semi-narrative video installation based on the use of remote webcam feeds which are tracked by spider-bots, captured and combined into a self-generating cinematic video landscape.Read more "Low-Rez Stories"
Website for Greyscale Press, an experimental web-to-print publishing project I am involved in.Read more "GreyscalePress.com"
Initiated in May 2007 during a workshop at the Mapping Festival in Geneva, Switzerland, Aether9 is a collaborative art project exploring the field of realtime video transmission.Read more "aether9"
I just finished editing the first volume of the ZKP re-edition series, available from today through Greyscale Press / lulu.com. ZKP — Zentral Komitee Proceedings — was a xerox zine/reader compiled by contributors of the Nettime mailing-list, and distributed at tactical media events between 1995 – ’97. The texts are still available through several online…Read more "ZKP volume 1 published on Greyscale"
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!"