Archive for 2004

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 […]


Thursday, June 3rd, 2004

por Nilo Casares Con una anticipación que hace a su título «Diario de un genio» superar la literatura para adentrarse en la verdad, Salvador Dalí bromeaba con el nombre Piet de Mondrian para hacerlo «nyet» (nada, en ruso) por proximidad fonética y apuntar que sus obras serían, en un futuro no muy lejano, obras cibernéticas […]

Simple Net Art Remix ()

Friday, April 9th, 2004

Simple Net Art Diagram by MTAA ca. 1997 / 2004.remix ): :f / Abe + ): = * http://544×378.free.fr/(WebTV)/simpleNETARTdiagram.html an explanation to what really happens


Wednesday, March 17th, 2004

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Friday, February 27th, 2004

At first the web site www.jimpunk.com is not much to look at. A default-grey background with a rather unexciting table of contents is pretty much it, punctuated only by the simple jimpunk logo, a white-on-black line drawing of a guy with a little body and a big blocky head. You might notice some slowly lengthening […]

The Screen of net.art

Tuesday, January 27th, 2004

(Texte seulement en anglais) By Valérie Lamontagne parachute.ca

jules et jim (2004) – ctgr, jimpunk and maya

Thursday, January 1st, 2004

via http://www.furtherfield.org/displayreview.php?review_id=116 This is a soft bitter work that starts off as a quirky flow of red, green and white little pop up windows hopping about the desktop, and ends brimming with intensity and sadness. It is a re-make of Henri-Pierre Roche’s novel Jules et Jim: an obscure story made famous by Francois Truffaut’s 1962 […]