NEWS & EXHIBITS

News

Road To The IGF: Venture Arctic‘s Andy Schatz – Gamasutra

Public and Popular History edited by Jerome De Groot

Students Imagine Design’s Future – Wired

Voodoo Doll Controlled Game – We Make Money Not Art

STUDENT VIDEO-GAME DEMOS DABBLE IN VOODOO TORTURE, TASERS – MTV News

Venture Arctic – A Passion

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/233260205_Intervention_Hacking_history_from_analogue_to_digital_and_back_again

Exhibits

artfacts.net

WINNER OF The First Ubiquitous Computing, Systems Aesthetics Championship

Saturday, May 29, 6 p.m. UBISAC 1.0
The First Ubiquitous Computing, Systems Aesthetics Championship

UbiSACArtists from all over are coming together to face the first UbiSAC challenge. Each piece addresses a specific challenge put forth by this year’s host organization, The Holders of the Sac `04.

Artists Include:
sliv and dulet from SF,CA: “as of May 29, 2004”
Randy Sarafin from NYC: “The Most Important Statement About the Speed of Time Ever ”
Made by Me
Donnie Bugden from NYC: “Everyone’s a Weiner!”
Ubicomp Krew from Berlin,DE: “RIPLfield”
James Rouvelle from NYC: “Robotomy”
Holders of the SAC ’04 from NYC:
“Haptic Experiment in Transmission of Volumetric Spheres”
Holders of the SAC’04 from NYC: “Voting Tool”

The hosts: The Flux Factory, James Rouvelle, Nurit Bar-Shai, Michael Bernstein, Mark Driscoll, Carlos Giffoni, Clay Johnson, Itti Karuson, Jason Lee, Alison Lewis, Yeonju Shim, Dong Jun Song

Game Dump
og Ekko Fest

Chelsea Art Museum, 10 Years Running, New York, NY 2007
• China Millennium Museum, Beijing International New Media Arts
Exhibition and Symposium, Beijing, China, 2005
• Chelsea Art Museum, 10th Floor–2nd Edition, New York, NY, 2005
• Landmark Bergen Kunsthall, Game Dump, Bergen, Norway, 2005
• Aronson Galleries, Thesis Show, New York, NY, 2004, 2005
• Flux Factory, Ubisac 1.0: The First Ubiquitous Computing, Systems
Aesthetics Championship, Long Island City, NY, 2004
• Parsons School of Design Gallery, New York, NY, 2003, 2004