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Joseph Nechvatal radio interview on Michael Rush Interactive

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My radio interview on Michael Rush Interactive Michael RushMichael Rush
@ http://artonair.org/show/joseph-nechvatal


Questions about Art Rétinal Revisité: Histoire de l'Oeil

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4 Questions from Galerie Richard about Art Rétinal Revisité: Histoire de l'Oeil


Transborder Immigrant Tool helps Mexicans cross over safely

Vice has an interview with b.a.n.g lab's Ricardo Dominguez about the Transborder Immigrant Tool, a GPS device based on a cheap cell phone that will help Mexican immigrants safely cross the border.

For the past few years you've been working on the Transborder Immigrant Tool, which sounds like it's really going to chafe the asses of millions of people--civilians and government entities alike. What was the impetus for this project?

My research lab at Calit2 is called BANG Lab, which stands for Bits, Atoms, Neurons, and Genes. One of the areas I've focused on since I've been in San Diego is developing what we call border-disturbance technologies.


Philip Pocock "Interview with Joseph Nechvatal" at the Journal of Contemporary Art

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Journal of Contemporary Art (Fall) 1992Journal of Contemporary Art (Fall) 1992

PDF file attached of Philip Pocock "Interview with Joseph Nechvatal" from the Journal of Contemporary Art 1992


Old School Future

With the summer doldrums in full effect, the market downturn still wreaking havoc and most of the city’s cognoscenti sipping Mojitos in the Hamptons, I thought it might be a good time to take a brief review of what’s happening with the art publishing industry. Is art criticism printed on paper an anachronism? What will replace it? This is a repost of a piece that appeared in the May issue of the Brooklyn Rail.


Joseph Nechvatal Interview


Eliza Fernbach

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YOUR NAME:Eliza Fernbach
YOUR COUNTRY:Canada

1. What was your first experience with digital art/new
media?

-Etch-a-sketch...must have been in kindergarten.

How did that experience shape your view of the world?


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