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26 FEBRUARY 2012

The 2012 Kinetica Art Fair: Intuition and Ingenuity

"The Kinetica Art Fair brings together independent galleries, art organisations and curatorial groups who focus on kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound, light, time–based and multi–disciplinary new media art, science and technology. The art fair features installations, robots and small sculptures but also live performances, artists presentations, demos and a cheerful atmosphere that makes it easy to talk to the 'exhibitors. ...

Kinetica is as bazaar, as garage and as male–frequented as you might expect. There were a couple of interactive horrors 'customizable to better suit the lobby of your luxury hotel', and a few aesthetically questionable contraptions. It takes all sorts, as they say. ...

A corner of the fair was dedicated to Intuition and Ingenuity, an art exhibition that pays homage to Alan Turing.'"

(Regine, 26 February 2012, We Make Money Not Art)



2012Alan Turingart exhibition • art fair • art organisations • artist presentations • contraptions • curatorial groups • demos • drawingelectronic artengineeringexhibitors • garage aesthetics • homage • independent galleries • ingenuityinstallation • interactive horrors • intuitionkinetic artKinetica Art Fairlight artlive performance • male-frequented • mark makingmulti-disciplinarynew media artquasi autonomous creaturesrobotrobotic artscience and technologysmall sculpturessound art • time-based • We Make Money Not Art


Simon Perkins

Nina Wenhart's blog on the prehysteries of new media

"this blog is nina wenhart's collection of resources on the various histories of new media art. it consists mainly of non or very little edited material i found flaneuring on the net, sometimes with my own annotations and comments, sometimes it's also textparts i retyped from books that are out of print.

it is also meant to be an additional resource of information and recommended reading for my students of the prehystories of new media class that i teach at the school of the art institute of chicago in fall 2008.

the focus is on the time period from the beginning of the 20th century up to today."

(Nina Wenhart, 26/06/2008)



20th centuryAlan Turingapplied researchARarchiveArs Electronicaart • art + science • art + technologyart of codeartificial intelligenceartificial life • artistic molecules • artistic practice • artistic software • artistsASCIIASCII-Artatom • atomium • audiofiles • augmented realityavant-gardebody • Cave Automated Virtual Environment (CAVE) • code art • cold warcollection • collection of resources • computercomputer animationcomputer graphicscomputer history • computer programming language • computer research • computer sculptureconcept artconceptual artconceptualisationconcrete poetry • copy-it-right • creative practicecritical theorycross-disciplinaryculture industrycuratingcurationcut-up techniquecybernetic artCybernetic Serendipitycyberneticscyberpunkcyberspacecyborgdata miningdata visualisationdesign research • dream machine • E.A.T. • early new media • Edward Ihnatowiczengineers • Eugen Roth • exhibitionsexpanded cinemaexperimental musicexperimentation • female artists and digital media • flaneur • flaneuring on the net • Fluxusfoundgenerative artgenetic artglitch • Gordon Pask • GPSgraffiti • Grey Walter • GUI • hackers and painters • hackinghacktivismHCIHerbert FrankehistorieshistoryhypermediahypertextIannis Xenakisimagineeringinformation theoryinsightinstructionsinteractive artinterdisciplinaryInternet • Ivan Picelj • Jack Burnham • Julije Knifer • Ken Rinaldo • kinetic sculpture • Lidija Merenik • live visualsmagic • Manchester Mark 1 • manifestomappingmediamedia archaeologymedia art • media art histories • minimalism • mother of all demos • mousemusical scorenetartnew medianew media art • new media exhibition • new media festival • Nina Wenhart • open sourceopen space • out of print • particle systems • Paul Graham • performance • phonesthesia • playlistpoetrypoliticspractice-led • prehysteries of new media • prehystories of new mediaProcessing (software)programmingprogramming languageprojectspsychogeographyradio artrare • re:place • real-timeresearch artefactresources • retyped • ridiculous • rotten + forgotten • SAIC • sandin image processor • School of the Art Institute of Chicagoscientific visualisation • screen-based • SIGGRAPHSituationistsslide projectorslit-scansoftwaresoftware studiesspeculative designspeculative research • Stewart Brand • surveillancetactical mediataggingtechniquetechnologytelecommunicationtelematic arttelematic experiencetext • textparts • Theo Jansentheoretical contexttheory buildingtimeline • Turing Test • ubiquitous computingunabomberundergraduate researchvideo artvideo synthesizervirtual realityvisual musicvisual research • Vladimir Bonacic • VRWalter Benjaminwearable computing • Williams Tube • world fair • world machine • Xerox PARCZKM • [Nove] tendencije


Simon Perkins
03 JANUARY 2004

Virtual Reality: Computer Science Pioneers

Grau. p.161–186 Virtual Art
Milstones: an incomplete history:
1945 – Vannevar Bush: As We May Think;
1948 – Norbert Wiener;
1950 – Alan Turing;
1960 – J. C. R. Licklider: Symbiosis;.
1963 – Ivan E. Sutherland (supervised by Claude Shannon): Sketchpad;
1963 – Ivan E. Sutherland: ultimate computer display;
1966 – Ivan E. Sutherland (with student Bob Sproull): head–mounted display;
1968 – Ivan E. Sutherland: computer–aided head–mounted display;
1970 – Myron Krueger: interactive computer images;
1970 – Nicolas Negroponte: declared goal to combine visual capabilities of film with computer processing;
1972 – Nicolas Negroponte: The Architecture Machine;
mid 1970's – Ivan E. Sutherland, Tom Furness, Scott Fisher: stereo optical apparatus;
1976 – MIT Arichecture Machine Group: spatial/hierarchical, distribution of data;
1980's – Xerox PARC: graphical user interface/desktop metaphor;
1982 – Thomas Zimmerman: data glove;
1988 – Scott Fisher, Elisabeth Wenzel: spatiovirtual sound.


Alan Turing • Bob Sproull • Claude Shannoncomputer science • data glove • Elisabeth Wenzel • hierarchical • HMD • Ivan Sutherland • Joseph Licklider • Myron Krueger • Nicolas Negroponte • Norbert Wienerpioneers in computer scienceScott Fisher • spatiovirtual sound • Thomas Zimmerman • Tom Furness • Vannevar Bushvirtualvirtual reality

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