The BBC loves electronic art

February 4th, 2010

Perusing my CRUMB list emails this morning highlighted this eloquent quote from BBC art critic Will Gompertz: It’s interesting that, as far as I am aware, no contemporary artist has yet harnessed this extraordinary technology to make a significant artwork. Of course, maybe I’m wrong and am missing something great – do you know of […]

ArtsStars* at Toronto Nuit Blanche

September 27th, 2009

So if you are not lucky enough to head to Toronto for the countries biggest art party this Saturday October 3rd, you may get the chance to check out the all night roving reporting from Artstars*TV. Artstars* is hosted by the bold and beautiful Nadja Sayej and is co-produced with Artengine favorite Jeremy Bailey. If […]

Flint: striking a fire for creative code ??

August 23rd, 2009

On occasion of the Graffiti Research Lab Master Classes on Creative Code at Artengine (August 25-26th), I thought I’d ruminate on the increasing rumours about Flint, the purported C++ Library built by interactive agency par excellence, The Barbarian Group. Robert Hodgin, aka Flight 404, and Keith Butter, are the Creative and R&D Directors for The […]

Blog s’épelle blogue.

February 17th, 2009

Thank god. « Le terme blogue, forme francisée de blog, a été proposé par l’Office québécois de la langue française, en octobre 2000, sur le modèle de bogue, pour remplacer les termes anglais weblog… et blog… Le mot blogue a permis la création de plusieurs dérivés, dont bloguer, blogueur et blogage, qui sont de plus […]