Digital Art / Culture / Technology
March 17, 2009 3:14 PM   Subscribe

Vague Terrain is a web based digital arts publication that showcases the creative practice of a variety of artists, musicians and scholars. Vague Terrain 13: citySCENE is their freshly launched project on urban representation that catalogs how cartography, infrastructure and locative media shape perception in the contemporary city. An example is Joyce Walks, a Google maps mashup which remaps routes from James Joyce's Ulysses to any city in the world, generating walking maps. [via mefi projects]

Previous issues of Vague Terrain include Device Art, in which artists and craftspeople create machines as artworks, Curediting, the idea of curating on the Internet within the context of a community-based narrative of everyday life, Digital Dub examining the dubbing subculture, Rise of the VJ and the growing practice of audiovisual performance as a contemporary form of media-based art, and Process, six interviews with artists that generate a discussion about the tools and techniques of contemporary creative practice.
posted by netbros (2 comments total) 10 users marked this as a favorite
This kind of stuff makes me indecently excited. Thank you.
posted by jokeefe at 4:44 PM on March 17, 2009

Oooh man, thanks!
posted by Grimp0teuthis at 9:31 PM on March 17, 2009

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