Sample Websites which either deal with the dialogue between arts and technology directly, or which provide resources for research

for artists working with technology from all disciplines.

Artists

• Company in Space Australian Performance Company specializing in telematic performance http://www.companyinspace.com

• Igloo:Company specializing in interactive performance work www.igloo.org.uk

• Richard Lord British artist working with dance in a range of digital media http://www.bigroom.co.uk/

• Mesh Partnerships (Susan Ouzel and Kirk Wool ford)International company specializing in interactive performance work www.mesh.org.uk

• Ohio State University, Dance Dept http://www.dance.ohio-state.edu/Dance_and_Technology/

• Palindrome Dance Company German company specializing in interactive performance work http://www.palindrome.de

• Troika Ranch New York Based Company specializing in interactive performance http://www.troikaranch.org

• Riverbed, animation artists who worked with Merce Cunningham on Biped and Handrawn Spaces .www.riverbed.com

 

Papers and Journals

• source of essays on questions concerning the aesthetics of digital technologies http://www.computer.muni.cz/pubs/expert/1997/trends/x3006

• source of many interesting articles on the implications of digital technologies for society, the arts, etc http://www.ctheory.net/

• Journal of Art and technology http://crossings.tcd.ie/

• Invisible Cultures, an electronic journal for visual studies. http://www.rochester.edu/in_visible_culture/ivchome.html

• IBM Research Journals…articles of some interest to those interested in interactive systems. http://www.research.ibm.com/journal/sj39-34.html

• Online papers on consciousness and perception. http://www.u.arizona.edu/~chalmers/online.html

• Various essays on the history of electronic/electroacoustic music http://www.phinnweb.com/history/

• Magazine on interactive artwork with feature articles, reviews, links etc www.ciac.ca/magazine

http://www.mic.atr.co.jp/organization/dept3/papers/midas/Midas.html

http://www.research.ibm.com/journal/sj/393/part1/sparacino.html

http://www.isea2000.com/pop_actes.htm

Lists, etc

• Fine Art Forum, addressing issues in the visual arts and technology http://www.msstate.edu/Fineart_Online/

• Page for artists using technology — good links page http://www.ylem.org/

• Links for electro-acoustic/electronic music http://www.music.indiana.edu/music_resources/electr.html

• Art links - general, includes sections on art history, literature, theatre, music and dance http://history.evansville.net/art.html

• Dance and Technology Page — essays, artists, discussion list http://www.art.net/resources/dtz/ or www.art.net/~dtz

• International Lab for Unstable Media - VR and interactive media www.v2.nl/

• International Society for Electronic Arts (ISEA) http://www.isea.qc.ca/welcome.html

• Arizona State University, The Institute for Studies in the Arts; http://isa.fa.asu.edu

• Research centre which focuses in the development of instruments and tools for electronic performance (e.g. BigEye, Image/ine, etc. http://www.steim.nl/

• Interactive Electronic Music Primer http://nmc.uoregon.edu/emi/emp_mac/main.html

 

Pot Luck

http://www.kinonet.com/dance/

http://www.music.columbia.edu/~karlward/projection/

http://wearable.bozonics.com/bodyautomatic.html