Some new bookcover design for an upcoming release at Greyscale Press…Read more "NN bookcover design"
Website design for Option Art/Action, University of Arts Geneva. Build with the SPIP content management platform.Read more "option Art/Action"
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"