Future Cinema

Course Site for Future Cinema 1 and Future Cinema 2: Applied Theory at York University, Canada

Anthropy Questions + Lanier and Brackage links

Hi everyone!
Excited for our journey to TIFF this week. I wanted to also pass along some links detailed the, at-times, troubled relationship between Stan Brackage and Carolee Schneemann – https://lux.org.uk/writing/revisiting-brakhage-3-containing-carolee-schneemann ; https://www.artpractical.com/column/interview_with_carolee_schneemann/ . I thought these would give a bit of context for some of Brackage’s work; it also gives Schneeman’s truly amazing “Fuses” [...]

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Mon, November 5 2018 » Future Cinema, Web 2.0, digital cinema, emerging technologies, games, iPhone, projects » No Comments

Links & 4 Questions about Isbister

Hi all! Some links following up on last week’s discussion of the algorithmically created artwork: a sort of generic article detailing how it sold WAY over initial prices of $7-10,000 – https://www.cnn.com/style/article/obvious-ai-art-christies-auction-smart-creativity/index.html ; as well, here is art critic Jerry Saltz’s response to the sale – http://www.vulture.com/2018/10/an-artificial-intelligence-artwork-just-sold-for-usd400-000.html#comments . I think his thoughts are interesting in [...]

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Fri, October 26 2018 » Future Cinema, Web 2.0, art+science labs, articles of interest, augmented reality, community, emerging technologies, games, history, narrative, performance, remix/mashup, virtual reality » 1 Comment

4 questions – Oct. 17 – World Building

Hi all,
I really appreciated all the careful comments and questions. I echo Lee’s statement that critique doesn’t necessarily mean pessimism or a lack of enthusiasm. These technologies are not going to go away, and I think a critical engagement, while also being giddy about their potentials, is essential.
Looking forward to this week’s class! Here are [...]

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Tue, October 16 2018 » Future Cinema, Web 2.0, scary, software, surveillance » No Comments

Web 2.0

Here’s a lovely little piece on Web 2.0. definitely not coming from the “na├»ve realist” camp…

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Wed, February 7 2007 » Future Cinema, Web 2.0 » 1 Comment