CARTHA is a curated platform that focuses on sharing different forms of critical thinking regarding architecture and society. Through opinions, experiences and works, it aspires to map out the contemporary architectural landscape.
Tanya Basu, “The internet of protest is being built on single-page websites“, in Technology Review, August 27, 2020
Future Art Ecosystems (FAE) offers strategic insights to practitioners and organisations across art, science, technology and policy. The inaugural briefing is on Art x Advanced Technologies. FAE is produced by the Serpentine Galleries’ R&D Platform ⬀ and Rival Strategy.
“In the hope of invigorating artistic creation of digital futures at this moment of systemic collapse, we chose 30 daring challengers and transformers, and they will carve out a path towards a more humane vision for the future.” Eyebeam, New York 2020
The Julia Stoschek Collection is making its collection of over 860 works by 282 artists available online for free and without any restrictions. As one of the largest private collections of time-based media art in the world, the Julia Stoschek Collection strives to advance the consistent democratization of this art form.
The most amazing collection of net-based art worldwide is undergoing a process of redesign. Documentation here
Paola Manfrin, Maurizio Cattelan, Permanent Food Tumblr Blog, 2013 – ongoing
Paola Manfrin, Interview Match, 2010 – ongoing
LIKELIKE, The Online Museum of Multiplayer Art, 2020
Dennis Cooper, Zac’s Coral Reef, 2018
Danielle Baskin and Max Hawkins, Quarantine Chat, 2020
Karras et al. and Nvidia, This Person Does Not Exist, 2019
These Pics Are Composed Of As Many Pixels As There Are Animals Still Alive In These Species, in Design You Trust, September 28, 2019
Roberto Fassone, a study of invisible skeletons in future ideas, 2019