FDIC Insured: the web project

FDIC Insured: the web project

On the occasion of the launch of the book FDIC Insured, by Michael Mandiberg, the Link Art Center and Abandon Normal Devices (AND), Liverpool are pleased to announce that a preview of the web project - still “in progress” - associated with the publication will be available for one week at Link Cabinet, From Tuesday, June 7 to Monday, June 13. (more…)
Untitled by David Horvitz at Link Cabinet – Documentation

Untitled by David Horvitz at Link Cabinet – Documentation

Jun 2, 2016
  Untitled by David Horvitz is a simple conceptual work with a strong and volatile potential. It is made just of a drawing and a textual instruction that the public is supposed to follow to finalize the artwork. The call to point the arrow to the sky changes the usual modality of interaction, shifting it from what one visualizes on the screen to the screen itself and the space surrounding it. In this way Horvitz challenges the relationship between the audience and the Link Cabinet exhibition space, as well as inviting us to redesign and reimagine the way we usually interact with our digital devices. The work has been online on Link Cabinet from April 27 to May 22, 2016. Here is some documentation of the exhibition. (more…)
FDIC Insured by Michael Mandiberg Now Available!

FDIC Insured by Michael Mandiberg Now Available!

The Link Art Center is proud to announce that the book FDIC Insured, by Brooklyn based artist Michael Mandiberg, is now available on Link Editions’ bookshelves. The issue #12 of the In My Computer series, the book was selected last February out of a call of proposals issued in 2015 by the Link Art Center and Abandon Normal Devices (AND) in the framework of Masters & Servers, and will be followed soon by the publication of the online archive of the 500+ failed banks logos collected and restored by the artist since 2008. FDIC Insured is available now as a 500 pages color paperback and a free download pdf.  (more…)

Dadaclub.online: 50 works posted since february 5

May 10, 2016
On February 5, the Link Art Center launched Dadaclub.online, an online archive and creative platform meant to celebrate the dada legacy in the centenary of dada's birth, that took place in Zurich on February 5, 1916.Today, we are pleased to announce that GrandLapin's dadaca#camouflage (2016), a series of 3D generated stealth aircrafts on a mosaic of 24 screenshots from a randomly generated multimedia animation, is the entry number 50 in our ongoing database of dada remixes.   (more…)
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