Ashley Daugherty

by Paul Thomas
Nov 06, 2017
This essay will use a theoretical argument to break down the distinctive boundaries between our bodies, the object-world, and clouds.
by Patricia Flanagan
Nov 06, 2017
Discusses the potential of a shift in perspective to open new spaces for artists to work in and new vivacious materials to sculpt with.
by David Eastwood
Nov 06, 2017
Consider the topography of the artist’s studio in relation to the cloud as an amorphous, virtual entity that exists everywhere and nowhere.
by Lanfranco Aceti
Nov 05, 2017
Introduction to Cloud and Molecular Aesthetics, a volume reflecting upon the relationship between the small and the very large.
by Lanfranco Aceti
Nov 05, 2017
The desire of being dissolved is the focus of this essay, which explores the dramatic tensions of life and death in the digital archive.
by Birgitte Aga
Nov 05, 2017
This essay explores the manifestation of an individual’s experience of art captured through a stream of emotive data.
by John Matthias and Jane Grant
Nov 06, 2017
Considers the idea of the wave and the concept of phase and how the manipulation of these enabled Fathom to be constructed.
by Edward Colless
Nov 05, 2017
This essay presents a view onto the cloud from the haunted perspective of modern media.
by Chris Cottrell
Nov 05, 2017
Within a two-way dynamic between the particular and the atmospheric, new qualities emerge from the interplay between particles and systems.
by Jacquelene Drinkall
Nov 06, 2017
Explores artistic work with brain synchronicity and electroencephalogram (EEG) interaction, and telemetrics among other things.
by Lisa Gye and Darren Tofts
Nov 06, 2017
Our ongoing Classical Gas project freeze-frames poetic moments of transformation moving from one semiotic state to another.
by Jens Hauser
Nov 06, 2017
This paper discusses media adequacy in light of the trendy discipline of synthetic biology.
by Lindsay Kelley
Nov 06, 2017
The cloud opens up a field of action and intervention where plants and animals converge in our understanding of our bodies.
by Grace Kingston and Michael Goddard
Nov 06, 2017
This article considers the paradoxes of visualizing the networked image in the contexts of data mining and social media networks.
by Luke Hespanhol
Nov 06, 2017
Describes digital media artwork that utilizes computer vision and generative digital effects to capture crowd dynamics in public spaces.
by Leon Marvell
Nov 06, 2017
This paper calls upon a series of images to remediate the fractious geometry of Ted Serios, his ‘thoughtography,’ and the ‘real.’
by Troy Innocent
Nov 06, 2017
This essay presents a framework for different aspects of fiducial markers that have been used within a series of street games.
by Rodica Ileana Miroiu and Eugen Petcu
Nov 06, 2017
Explains the close relationship between neuroaesthetics and the activation and processing that occur in certain parts of the brain.
by Pia Ednie-Brown and Jondi Keane
Nov 06, 2017
Explores various forms of collapses, wherein the fallout throws up a cloud of ‘affective dust’ that offers access to future potential.
by Petra Gemeinboeck and Simone Mandl
Nov 06, 2017
The project experiments with open-narrative structures, multiple archival figures, and focused play by developing enabling constraints.
by Guilherme Kujawski
Nov 08, 2017
This paper looks at the practices of artists, who, in different ways, explore the workings of emergent circular causalities in the animal and the machine.
by Mike Phillips
Nov 06, 2017
This essay will explore the use of atomic force microscopy for uncovering lost tales and histories through subtle audience interaction.
by Mark Titmarsh
Nov 06, 2017
Develops a philosophy of visual perception based on hints given by Martin Heidegger and partially developed by Maurice Merleau-Ponty.
by Tami Spector
Nov 06, 2017
Explores how chemists map chemical instability onto molecular representations and the associated temporal aesthetic of such representations.
by Darren Tofts
Nov 06, 2017
“Cloud” is the most appalling metaphor we have to describe the global network of integrated data.
by Chris Speed
Nov 06, 2017
This essay proposes that the aesthetic model of cloud as metaphor for online services should be reconsidered.
by Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
Nov 08, 2017
If the artist does not remain a listener, but instead registers their presence in the phenomenological development of the artwork by intervening, the outcome can transcend mere impression of the space and become a critical reflection of the relationship between artist and city.
by Debra Swack
Nov 06, 2017
Seeks to explore the differences between contemporary artworks that use technology to create works of art and artworks of the past.
by Lanfranco Aceti
Nov 07, 2017
This curatorial essay and diary of a barbarian is about the connections between Athens and Rome, but more importantly it is about the oppressed and forgotten people of the world—whose voices and desires are expressed despite various frameworks of exploitation which persist.
Nov 08, 2017
This essay examines the belief that abstract representations of worlds are the world, a process we have named the cybernetics of augmentation.
Nov 08, 2017
Stress-o-stat is a living artwork that visually captures stress in bacteria as light.
Nov 08, 2017
This paper looks at the technical and compositional methodologies used in the realization of V’Oct(Ritual) (2011), with particular reference to the choices made in the mapping of sensor elements in various spatialization functions.
Nov 09, 2017
This essay discusses Biopoiesis, a cybernetic art project that explores the relationships between structure, matter, and self-organization.
Nov 09, 2017
This paper addresses the question of materiality’s role in historical cybernetic approaches to consciousness and being through a close reading of the Adaptive Reorganizing Automaton.
by Eunsu Kang
Nov 09, 2017
This paper illustrates how the interface between human and the interactive audiovisual space affects the dancer’s choreography in two projects.
Nov 09, 2017
This essay describes the design of a hybrid physical/digital system for claiming ownership of territory.
by Kuai Shen
Nov 09, 2017
0h!m1gas is an artistic research and audiovisual installation that approaches the self-organization in ants as a cybernetic system with emergent acoustic manifestations.
by Morten Sondergaard
Nov 10, 2017
In this paper, I argue that a prosthetic aesthetic instigated by experimental art practices operates with a ‘second nature’—in between science and art.
by Andrew Pickering
Nov 10, 2017
The aim of this paper is to connect the history of art to its future via a political fantasy.
Dec 01, 2017