Digital Nation – Life on the Virtual Frontier (2009 – 2010) is a documentary film by Douglas Rushkoff that thematizes the media issues in the context of our virtual lives, tech development, networking and multitasking.
This documentary is not made for infinite or final answers but to open a wider debate on the influence of technology and the internet on our lives.
Since all retro characters from the down of computer arts like Super Mario, Space invaders or Pacman are experiencing a real Renaissance in fashion circles and geek DIY scene, as well as in hand made craft community, I have to point out here amazing Peter Nitsch‘s project ASCIImeo…
This is a second part of interview with M.B. Solano. Read the first part: Interview with Marlon Barrios Solano: Dancers moved by Technology
Photo: Amelia by LaLaLa Human Steps (c)
In the history of dance only few dancers and choreographers were considered as sort of tech related investigators…
With the expansion of new media art, the wider use of Internet, user friendly applications, multi-functionality of modern age, and the whole DIY scene that has grown up so fast; dancers and choreographers realized that technology could be a new challenging platform for them.