"GOOGLE MAPS, GOOGLE EARTH AND GOOGLE ART. WHEN SOFTWARE LIMITS BECOME STRENGTHS IN ONLINE ART PRACTICE" is an article written by Alessandra Ioalé for the printed issue of Digicult 78 which features "A quiet desert failure" as an example of artistic research using Google Maps application. Glad to be in company of such nice other people: Luca Leggero and Marcantonio Lunardi.
A few weeks ago I exhibited The Middle Finger Response at Premio Nocivelli 2017 in Brescia where I was one of the finalists for the Photography section.
As I actually am not a photographer at all, the jury had the decency to exclude my work from the winners list. At least I had the opportunity to display a moving selection of some crazy middle fingers on a framed screen of an Electric Object device.
I'm so proud to announce that "A quiet desert failure" has been shortlisted as Jury Selection in the Art Division for the 20th edition of the Japan Media Arts Festival among 4034 submitted works from 88 countries . The festival will be held in Tokio in September this year.
Just want to give a big thank you to Fabio Angeli and Lorenzo del Grande for their great musical contribution and to Filippo Lorenzin & Kamilia Kard for having presented the project for the first time in the context of The Wrong - New Digital Art Biennale in 2015.
is a new work about seas, glance's migrations, awareness and content-aware software removals in form of an animated gif on a .eu website domain.
Just one of my contributions for the first issue of spaghettiparty.it, a project curated by Stefano Monti.
More news soon.