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(Re)connect Kate Hartman video, new media, artist
Kate Hartman is a video and new media artist who lives in New York City. She received a degree in Film and Electronic Arts from Bard College and is currently pursuing her Masters at New York Universityís Interactive Telecommunications Program. This blog chronicles her current class work at ITP. For additional information on her projects, please visit
Alt-w Fund (Scottish Arts Council) development, agency, new media
New Media Scotland is a national development agency fostering artist and audience engagement with all forms of new media practice.
Body Pixel Deborah Hustic technology, interviews, wearable, blog, artist, beta
Deborah Hustic aka body pixel – artist, blogger, web dreamer… working with analogue and digital media. Holds MA in Comparative Literature and Ethnology, thesis on the topic of Butoh. Trained in graphic design; workshops in the fields of photography, dance, computer arts, semantic web, podcasts, textile arts, dance criticism, wearable technology, etc. For 15 years involved in new media. Interested in interactive performance and motion, wearable technology and the usage of new media art in performative context, DIY and free culture movement.
Digital Media Culture Lab Catherine Elvin (Culture Lab-Newcastle University) research, lab, culture, digital media
The Digital Media Master of Research (MRes) programme is a flexible, creative course in the latest interactive technologies, new media theory, and exploratory media art practice. Working closely with Digital Media staff members, the course offers a supportive community for practice-based research, encouraging innovation and active engagement with the wider cultural sector.
Eyebeam (Eyebeam) no-profit center, art and technology, new technologies, media arts, new media, cultural, social
Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the United States. Founded in 1996 and incorporated in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production
KnoWear Peter Allen, Carla Ross Allen 2000 product design, new media initiatives, culture, studio
New York City designers Peter Allen and carla Ross Allen co-founded the KnoWear design studio in 2000, in an effort to explore new possibilities in design that look beyond traditional boundaries and broaden its relevance within such practice as product design, new media initiatives and culture.
Medulla Intimata Tina Gonsalves, Tom Donaldson 2004 public intervention, ewellery, fashion, performance, bio-metrics, technology, moving image
MEDULLA INTIMATA is a hybrid new media work mixing public intervention with jewellery, fashion, performance, bio-metrics, technology and moving image. It is a collaboration between award winning Australian video and installation artist Tina Gonsalves , and London based artist/engineer, Tom Donaldson. MEDULLA INTIMATA is a necklace that contains a video screen and biometric sensors. The sensors (using analysis of speech and tonal range of conversaton) monitor the wearer's emotions to guide real-time video-generation that evokes a sense of seeing beneath the surface of the skin, exposing the emotional and physical inner body. Video is displayed on the screen embedded in the jewellery.
Re:skin ANAT, CNMA, Craft Australia (Reskin) 2007 ANAT, media art, textile, sound design, jewellery, university, group
In Summer 2007 we intertwine the practices of media arts and sound design, textile and weaving, jewellery, object and fashion design to produce the reskin Wearable Technology Lab. This collaborative project of ANAT, the Australian National University School of Art, the Centre for New Media Arts (CNMA) and Craft Australia places jewellers and fashion designers with new media artists in an intensive three week research and development lab.
sf fashion & tech Mika Uehara, Charles Belle, Adelle McElveen blog, trends, startups, wearable tech, fashtech
SF FASHION+TECH (SFFT) is dedicated to the intersection of fashion, design, and technology in the SF Bay Area. We gather thought leaders in the fashion, design, and technology spaces, including designers, retailers, entrepreneurs, software developers, marketers, bloggers, investors, and enthusiastic individuals to promote and drive advancements in new media, ecommerce, mobile, wearable technology, and other applications. MISSION Our mission is to promote, support, and facilitate the development of businesses, organizations and products at the intersection of fashion, design, and technology. Through monthly events, partnerships with local organizations, and newsletter and blog features, we strive to become the hub for fashion, design, and technology in the SF Bay Area. HOW WE DO IT SFFT holds monthly events around topics relating to fashion and technology. Our event programming includes workshops, speaker events, demo days, mixers, hackathons, and conferences. We also maintain a blog and publish bi-weekly newsletters highlighting innovative technologies, startups, and approaches, and include our musings on industry activity.
Suzi Webster Suzi Webster new media, installation, artist, critique
As a new media installation artist, Suzi Webster's practice is concerned with exploring and critiquing the ways in which technologies, specifically but not solely digital technologies, impact and shape our experiences of being human. In particular, Webster is excited by the possibilities offered by digital media to create work that is collaborative, responsive and dynamic, rather than fixed and static, and that undermines traditional fine art distinctions based on medium specificity. Her current research interests center around wearables that explore intersections between sculpture and performance, fashion and computing, the body and its context, public and private, in a critical way.
Virtueel Platform (Virtueel Platform) economic innovation, social, innovations, institute, e-culture, communication technologies, productions, products, culture, arts, new media
Virtueel Platform is the sector institute for e-culture in the Netherlands. E-culture refers to the ever-evolving relationship between information and communication technologies and the production and consumption of culture and the arts. New media act as catalysts for change in the ways we live, work, and entertain ourselves. Culture and the arts are a key source of innovation in these shifts. We believe e-culture can, in turn, make an essential contribution to social and economic innovation.