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New DOCAM Web site

At the Fifth DOCAM Summit (4-5 March, 2010), the Research Alliance launched its new Web site www.docam.ca, featuring the following main research results:

  • A Preservation Guide for Technology-Based Artworks;
  • A Cataloguing Guide for New Media Collections;
  • A Documentary Model adapted to media arts;
  • The DOCAM Glossaurus, a bilingual terminological tool;
  • A Technological Timeline.

The video documentation of the whole public conference, as well as pictures of the Summit, are now available online on the DOCAM Web site. [More...]

Tmema, The Manual Input Workstation
Tmema, The Manual Input Workstation
Tmema, The Manual Input Workstation (2004-2006)

The Manual Input Workstation is an interactive installation by Tmema (Golan Levin and Zachary Lieberman). Interactions take place on a combination of custom interactive software, an analog overhead projector, and a digital computer video projector. The analog and digital projectors are aligned such that their projections overlap, resulting in an unusual quality of hybridized, dynamic light.

This documentary collection was compiled by Katja Kwastek while the piece was being shown as part of the exhibition See This Sound (Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria). [More...]

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Telematic Vision
Telematic Vision
This publication on Paul Sermon's Telematic Vision is based on a case study conducted by Rolf Wolfensberger at the Museum of Communication (Berne, Switzerland).
David Rokeby
The Giver of Names
This publication by Caitlin Jones and Lizzie Muller on David Rokeby's work proposes two new and innovative models for the documentation of interactive art.
Ondulation is a composition for water, sound and light created by Thomas McIntosh in collaboration with Emmanuel Madan and Mikko Hynnimen.