Computing Art

Óscar Martín

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biomedia, Computing Art, Scout & Trends, Sound Art

Words by Ana Sancho Óscar Martín is a sound artist and programmer working in the field of generative art.  Typically, generative works are systems that, when set in motion, self-assemble sounds s using algorithmic methods. Martín develops his own tools to create real-time sounds in…

Laia Mogas (DumoLab*)

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Architectures, Biodesign, Computing Art, Scout & Trends

Words by Sebastian Kamau (Twitter @ws_kamau)   Architect and Bio-practitioner Laia Mogas-Soldevila is at the forefront of developing tools that incorporate biology into the fabrication process. Her research studio, DumoLab*, a collaborative effort with Jorge Duró, uses and develops tools for studying structure and process…

Kristen Gallerneaux

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Curators, Sound Art, Thinkers

Words by CLOT Magazine   Media historian and artist Kristen Gallerneaux is the Curator of Communications and Information Technology at The Henry Ford Museum (Detroit, USA), where she takes care of things like computers, and also things like radios, televisions, things that have tubes and…

CTM 2017: The Day After

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Sound Art

  Words by CLOT Magazine   Fear:[noun] an unpleasant emotion or thought that you have when you are frightened or worried by something dangerous, painful, or bad that is happening or might happen               Anger:  [noun] a strong feeling…

How much of this is fiction.

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Contributors

Words by Eran Tsafrir Politics is poisoned. Propaganda, lies, manipulations, alt-facts, fake news, selective hacks and leaks are the hallmarks of the politics of our age. Appeals to emotion and personal belief, and the dismissal of proven, evidence-based facts, objective truths, and the views of experts,…

Eduardo R. Miranda

Posted by CLOT Magazine in AI/A.Life, Computing Art, Sound Art

Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog)   What do you imagine it is to be a composer working at the intersection of music, computing and biology? Professor Eduardo R. Miranda’s work takes us into the strange and fascinating realms of algorithmic composition, human-machine interfaces, artificial creativity,…

Drew Berry

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Biomedia, Computing Art, Key Artists

Words by Ana Sancho Molecular and cell biology are disciplines that seek to understand biological processes at molecular and cellular levels. When it comes to explaining these mechanisms, however, researchers find it difficult to show what happens in living cells on such a minuscule scale….

teamLab

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends

  Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twiter @dacingmoog)   teamLab is a Japanese collective and creative group that aims to blur the boundaries between art, science, technology and creativity, through co-creative activities. This interdisciplinary team which includes artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, web and print…

Sergi Jordà

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Computing Art, Scout & Trends, Sound Art

  Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancingmoog)   We met Sergi Jordà on a cold and sunny winter day last March in Barcelona. And while we shared thoughts about common interests, careers and music he unfolded his great personality: affable, warm, and yet incredibly smart and…