Thursday, March 20th, 2008

Thursday, March 20, 2008 AcidMissile is an artwork by new media artist jimpunk. The following will explore AM’s interface (the formal structure and organization of the work), the user experience it facilitates, and its ideological ramifications. The essay will culminate by discussing how AM subverts emerging politics of consumer subject formation in the realm of […]

cyber.tender.loving irony

Wednesday, June 29th, 2005

Jimpunk, Paris: AcidMissile ——————————————————————————– cyber.tender.loving irony by ibro fooman hasanovic, Sarajevo AcidMissile by the French artist jimpunk stands out from the other works shown by the project 56kTV. What compelled me to write about this piece is its ‘clean’ approach and the way the artist compiles the elements of his visual language. The artist describes […]

A Dual-Media Hybrid

Saturday, January 29th, 2005

A Dual-Media Hybrid – 56kTV – bastard channel – the international online art project curated by xcult.org at the invitation of the Arts Council of Switzerland Pro Helvetia – … – Jimpunk’s furious choreography of sound and image, too, uses the floss of computer culture, setting Google dialogues, spam headers, pop-ups and typograph-ically constructed figures […]

Télévision : 56 k à part

Friday, November 26th, 2004

ART-MEDIAS ET CARNETS DE BÂLE.Viper, le festival de vidéo et nouveaux médias, se tenait le week-end dernier en Suisse. 56k, une chaîne mi-télé, mi-Web avec sa série, son JT, son web-thriller… Par Marie LECHNER vendredi 26 novembre 2004 (Liberation – 06:00) www.56k-bastard.tv … Intrigue transpacifique. Certaines émissions se savourent comme des films. Le web-thriller chaotique […]

AcidMissile. A scatter-zapped action movie

Thursday, November 18th, 2004

Part of a TV station’s repertoire are action movies, and part of a TV consumer’s behaviour is the zapping action. Parisian artist jimpunk’s action movie AcidMissile presents an aesthetics of picture-musicality, a dynamic montage of sound and image, which samples itself through news and entertainment programs’ clichés. From the Comic-Ego to the AsciiCode Warrior to […]