NYC: Go See Dam-Funk and Extreme Animals This Saturday

Projects: MIXER
Tags: media, Press, mixer, MeanRed, TheFADER, FADER, jacobciocci

Jon Cohrs and Morgan Levy's All-Salt: A Naturally Harvested Cure for Everything that Ails You. Presented at 01SJ. Review in GOOD


Jessica Banks and Andrew Laska, the co-founders of the design firm RockPaperRobot, are using science and technology to change the meaning of “furniture.”


Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus. June 8 Party. Press lift for Internet Week NY


For Flying Lotus's new album, Cosmogramma, the Los Angeles-based hip hop experimentalist worked with developer Aaron Meyers and musician Rebekah Raff to create a free "augmented reality application."

What the hell is that?

Start Date: 
3 Nov 2005
7:00 pm


States of Criticism, Credibility and Celebrity

November 3, 2005
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
540 W. 21st St.

With 9 million blogs, umpteen online message boards, thousands of shows on hundreds of cable channels, and an increased number of magazines on the newsstand, the number of outlets for expressing criticism has never been higher and the barriers to would-be critics have never been lower. Is this devaluing evaluation or does the shotgun approach result in better criticism? YOU be the Judge!

People: Steven Heller, Michael Atkinson, Jason Kottke, Emily Gordon, Duncan Watts
Tags: media, criticism
Book Details
Paperback, 80 pages
Publication Date: 
January 2007
Media Theory
In Stock: 

[Grid < > Matrix] is the first publication in the Screen Arts and New Media Aesthetics series, a series of exhibitions and publications that explore the interpenetration of different screens of representation in contemporary culture—from the canvas to the computer terminal, the cinema to the television set, the video monitor to the museum wall, the book page to the cell phone display. This series probes the aesthetic uses and historical dimensions of contemporary screen culture and sheds light on how different artists make use of newer media and technologies, how the rise of the digital impacts dominant codes of art, culture, and experience, and how today’s screens open alternate windows on the past, present, and future.

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