Previously in the City: WILD STREET MARKETING, David Renault, Mathieu Tremblin, Régis Huiband, 2012, Quimper (FR) as part of “1 + 1 = 1, 1 + 1 = 3” residency under invitation of Art4Context.
During 3 hours, on the Saturday market, a street musician playing accordion is invited to perform commercial ringtones from various cellphones brands and insert those between two songs of his composition.
Filing an Freedom of Information Act request on yourself or others with any department of the government can appear to be overwhelming, very buried and something that looks like you should hire a lawyer to do, but its really really easy— we promise, so easy its today’s SPEED PROJECT!!!!
Step 1: Are you a U.S. citizens or lawfully admitted alien? Congrats! Proceed.
You have two options:
Option 1: You can fill out this form
Option 2: Write a request and sign it. We wrote it for you– just fill in the blanks.
Step 2: Submit the form or letter to the FBI, via email! firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens now…?
What if I want to submit an FOIA on someone else? If you are requesting information about someone else try muckrock.com. The website provides easy to use templates that allows you to simply fill in the blanks, and will take care of following up on the requests for you. There are lots of previous requests you can flip through. Note that you can only request information about people who are dead, so be sure to include this piece of information in your request.
The NYU ITP Winter Show is upon us and that calls for a new edition of ITPGO Cards! The ITP Show opens Wednesday, December 17 from 5:00 to 9:00PM and Thursday, December 18 from 4:00 to 8:00PM. If you’re planning on visiting the show we highly recommend printing out a card playing along with us!
In all seriousness the students at ITP are amazing and produce some awesome pieces for their shows. Please be respectful of them, their accomplishments, and their projects.
More cards can be found here.
Cards Generated by a hastily written openFrameworks App
More information about the ITP show can be found here.
Free Art and Technology Lab (FAT)
Gamerz festival, 2-12 October 2014
École supérieure d’art d’Aix-en-Provence, Aix-en-Provence
« LikeJacking » se réfère au LikeJacking Spam ; une sorte de spam sur les réseaux sociaux, obligeant l’utilisateur à liker ou résoudre un captcha pour voir un contenu, qui est diffusé sur son propre compte sans son consentement à partir du moment où il tente d’y accéder.
L’exposition « LikeJacking » réinvestit ce détournement d’attention dans une perspective positiviste en lien avec la manière dont les membres du FAT créent des contenus à la croisée de la culture open source et de la culture pop. L’exposition rassemble des œuvres numériques et matérielles qui s’inscrivent dans le champ du net art, de l’intervention artistique, du hacking et du Do It Yourself. Chacune des œuvres a en commun le fait de mettre en partage son code source afin d’induire une potentielle appropriation à travers des perturbations poétiques, activistes ou humoristiques.
“LikeJacking“ is referring to LikeJacking Spam; a kind of spam on social network, forcing user to like or answer a captcha to view a content, which is spread on his account without his consent until he try to access it.
“LikeJacking“ show is turning this hack of attention into positive way related to the manner FAT members are creating contents crossing open source and pop culture. The show gathers digital and physical artworks dealing with the field of net art, intervention art, hacking and DIY culture. Each of those works has in common the idea of sharing their source code in order to implement empowerment through poetic/activist/humorous perturbations.
THE F.A.T. Manual – Black & White Edition, F.A.T. Lab, 2013
Edition téléchargeable, impression laser couleur sur papier Gloss 250 g, impression noir sur papier machine
80 g, reliure carré collé, rouleau carton, 15,24 x 22,86 cm
How to make a bookmark for the FAT Manual…, F.A.T. Lab, 2013
Rouleau de papier toilette, ø 5 x 10 cm
Ink Geyser (Mapping), Mathieu Tremblin, 2011-2014
Socle, bouteilles de soda, bonbons à la menthe, encre, indélébile, tubes PVC, clous, ruban adhésif souple, mur, vidéo-projecteur, lecteur vidéo, 30 x 30 x 100 cm / ø 12 x 40 cm (chaque) / 300 x 170 cm
The expressions published in this site are all in the public domain. You may enjoy, use, modify, snipe about and republish all F.A.T. media and technologies as you see fit.