Tweet Last week, something happened to me. That thing all digital artists fear. My harddrive went belly-up. It was Sunday, and I was sitting around: meaning to, ironically enough, start my back-ups. I’d popped the first dvd in and moved … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: June 2005
Tweet Mary Flanagan Presents. After a short coffee break on the fourth day of the ICT and the Humanities Summer School at Sodertorn’s University College we returned to hear Professor Mary Flanagan (artist; inventor-designer-activist, NYC; professor + director, Tiltfactor research … Continue reading
Tweet For quite some now we have been involved in a project where people from the archeology department and HUMlab have digitalized, analyzed in represented rock carvings in their context. Environmental archeology data have been collected and used (together with … Continue reading
Tweet Some of the HUMlabbers in action after a hard day of work (others are having a beer, using the wireless network and fighting mosquitos).
Tweet Tomorrow HUMlab will go to Kronlund about an hour North of Ume
Tweet For some reason I cannot comment your most recent blog entry, Jim. Anyway – I just wanted to tell you this is very readable and interesting stuff. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to the next installment. This is … Continue reading
Tweet Day three of the ICT and the Humanities Summer School saw a new theme “Digital Artefacts and/as Cyborg” and it provoked a mixed reaction among many. The popular image of the cyborg is very strong in our culture and … Continue reading