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Neoism Now & Then. In Conversation with Florian Cramer By Chiara Moioli
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Neoism Now & Then. In Conversation with Florian Cramer introduces the reader to Neoism and its connections with Mail Art, Plagiarism and net art, discussing in depth the practice of multiple... More > names and offering an exceptionally rich insider view on these developments. This publication is a spin-off of the book project Cloning Aura. Art in the Age of Copycats, by Chiara Moioli: an essay that explores the close relation between practices of appropriation an, going through Postmodernism, 70s-80s subcultural movements, net.art and the Surfing Club generation. Chiara Moioli is an artist and researcher.< Less
The Surfer's Conspiracy. Investigating with Tom Moody By Chiara Moioli
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The Surfer's Conspiracy. Investigating with Tom Moody digs deep into Surfing Clubs and the way they turned the practice of appropriation into a natural attitude, with the help of one of the most... More > active surfers and of the best critical voices in this scene. This publication is a spin-off of the book project Cloning Aura. Art in the Age of Copycats, by Chiara Moioli: an essay that explores the close relation between practices of appropriation an, going through Postmodernism, 70s-80s subcultural movements, net.art and the Surfing Club generation. Chiara Moioli is an artist and researcher.< Less
Viral Names in a Shared Network. Tales from Vittore Baroni By Chiara Moioli
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Viral Names in a Shared Network. Tales from Vittore Baroni focuses on Mail Art and the use of multiple names and collective pseudonyms in the network, hand in hand with one of the fathers of the... More > Italian Mail Art network. This publication is a spin-off of the book project Cloning Aura. Art in the Age of Copycats, by Chiara Moioli: an essay that explores the close relation between practices of appropriation an, going through Postmodernism, 70s-80s subcultural movements, net.art and the Surfing Club generation. Chiara Moioli is an artist and researcher.< Less
Let's (Not) Talk net.art. An Exchange with Vuk Ćosić By Chiara Moioli
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Let's (Not) Talk net.art. An Exchange with Vuk Ćosić involves net.art pioneer Vuk Ćosić in a conversation about the links between early net.art, avantgarde and subcultures. This... More > publication is a spin-off of the book project Cloning Aura. Art in the Age of Copycats, by Chiara Moioli: an essay that explores the close relation between practices of appropriation an, going through Postmodernism, 70s-80s subcultural movements, net.art and the Surfing Club generation. Chiara Moioli is an artist and researcher.< Less
I'm Cool About It. Skyping with Cory Arcangel By Chiara Moioli
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I'm Cool About It. Skyping with Cory Arcangel explores Arcangel's role in the transition from net.art to post internet, his position about the duality online space / gallery space, and about time... More > going by. This publication is a spin-off of the book project Cloning Aura. Art in the Age of Copycats, by Chiara Moioli: an essay that explores the close relation between practices of appropriation an, going through Postmodernism, 70s-80s subcultural movements, net.art and the Surfing Club generation. Chiara Moioli is an artist and researcher.< Less
Photodump (Black and White Edition) By Davide Giorgetta et al.
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Designed by Kaspar Hauser, Photodump features three distinct contribution, all based on image collection, and made by young Italian authors who work within a very specific field but like to cross... More > borders. Suddenly in the Digital, by Davide Giorgetta and Valerio Nicoletti, is a systematic research on interface incidents and their ability to break the digital medium supposed transparency and immediacy, by bringing the medium itself to the fore. A Collection of Trophy Images, by Valeria Mancinelli, Chiara Nuzzi and Stefania Rispoli, is an a-systematic research into contemporary trophy images, conducted with a curatorial attitude by involving other people in the game. Paradise Parade, by Marta Ravasi, is an idiosyncratic research into amateur image production and pop culture, silently and intimately compared to the tradition of painting. The reasons for a given choice are always transparent in the first project, detectable in the second, mostly mysterious and personal in the third.< Less
Photodump By Davide Giorgetta et al.
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Designed by Kaspar Hauser, Photodump features three distinct contribution, all based on image collection, and made by young Italian authors who work within a very specific field but like to cross... More > borders. Suddenly in the Digital, by Davide Giorgetta and Valerio Nicoletti, is a systematic research on interface incidents and their ability to break the digital medium supposed transparency and immediacy, by bringing the medium itself to the fore. A Collection of Trophy Images, by Valeria Mancinelli, Chiara Nuzzi and Stefania Rispoli, is an a-systematic research into contemporary trophy images, conducted with a curatorial attitude by involving other people in the game. Paradise Parade, by Marta Ravasi, is an idiosyncratic research into amateur image production and pop culture, silently and intimately compared to the tradition of painting. The reasons for a given choice are always transparent in the first project, detectable in the second, mostly mysterious and personal in the third.< Less
Photodump By Davide Giorgetta et al.
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Designed by Kaspar Hauser, Photodump features three distinct contribution, all based on image collection, and made by young Italian authors who work within a very specific field but like to cross... More > borders. Suddenly in the Digital, by Davide Giorgetta and Valerio Nicoletti, is a systematic research on interface incidents and their ability to break the digital medium supposed transparency and immediacy, by bringing the medium itself to the fore. A Collection of Trophy Images, by Valeria Mancinelli, Chiara Nuzzi and Stefania Rispoli, is an a-systematic research into contemporary trophy images, conducted with a curatorial attitude by involving other people in the game. Paradise Parade, by Marta Ravasi, is an idiosyncratic research into amateur image production and pop culture, silently and intimately compared to the tradition of painting. The reasons for a given choice are always transparent in the first project, detectable in the second, mostly mysterious and personal in the third.< Less
Profile Page By Florian Freier
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The 10th issue of the “In My Computer” series, Profile Page presents a selection of 100 images out of a much wider project, developed along 2014 by documenting the living rooms in a huge... More > brutalist housing unit with more than 600 standardized student flats, and confronting the pictures with a screenshot of their inhabitants' Facebook profile page. The result is a study on the “relationship between frameworks and content, uniform design and customization, conformism and originality, social control and freedom, and how it develops within the “virtual” and the “real” world”, as Domenico Quaranta writes in his intro text. Florian Freier is exploring social, cultural and political topics by working at the intersection of photography, digitization and communication. Freier's works have been exhibited at international group shows and cited in international blogs and magazines, including Monopol-Magazin, Fastcompany, WIRED, The Creators Project, ilikethisart.net and Frieze Magazine.< Less
Profile Page By Florian Freier
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The 10th issue of the “In My Computer” series, Profile Page presents a selection of 100 images out of a much wider project, developed along 2014 by documenting the living rooms in a huge... More > brutalist housing unit with more than 600 standardized student flats, and confronting the pictures with a screenshot of their inhabitants' Facebook profile page. The result is a study on the “relationship between frameworks and content, uniform design and customization, conformism and originality, social control and freedom, and how it develops within the “virtual” and the “real” world”, as Domenico Quaranta writes in his intro text. Florian Freier is exploring social, cultural and political topics by working at the intersection of photography, digitization and communication. Freier's works have been exhibited at international group shows and cited in international blogs and magazines, including Monopol-Magazin, Fastcompany, WIRED, The Creators Project, ilikethisart.net and Frieze Magazine.< Less