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  1. Aesthetics for Birds
    An aesthetics and philosophy of art blog for a general audience: theories, terms, art and cultural criticism, interviews, roundtables, news. By Alex King, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    Nic Bommarito on Krazy Kat
    Philosopher Nic Bommarito looks at George Herriman's early 20th century comic Krazy Kat Continue reading → The post Nic Bommarito on Krazy Kat appeared first on Aesthetics for Birds.
    By Aesthetics for Birds, 34 words
  2. Amy Goodchild — Blog
    I’m an artist based in London. I use code and other technology to create art which explores generativity, group experience, and interaction. 🇺🇸 More info

    A strange kind of physical reality
    A long-form generative art project coming to fxhash in partnership with FAB DAO on 11th Jan 2024. This series is inspired, in the abstract, by the images I visualise when reading about quantum theory. Particularly …
    By Amy Goodchild, 192 words
  3. ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly
    History, art history and architecture of Britain & Empire, Europe, Mediterranean & North America, 1640-1940. By Hels. 🇦🇺 More info

    Coffee and culture in Budapest’s N.Y Cafe
    In 1894, during Budapest's golden fin-de-siècle era, a grandiose fa­cility was built in the city centre. Al­­­ajos Hauszmann was comm­is­s­ioned to plan the design and along with Flóris Korb and Kálmán Gier­gl, he created a …
    By Hels, 932 words
  4. The Artist’s Notebook
    Paul Watson’s notes on ongoing artwork, giving an insight into the creative process. 🇬🇧 More info

    Life-Drawing, February 2024
    In my post last month about life-drawing I mentioned that the amount of oil used in the Faber-Castell Pitt sanguine pencil meant that I couldn’t get the tonal variation from it that I could from …
    By Paul Watson, 305 words
  5. Artmaker Blog
    At Share Festival we always want to know how technology art is made, and the best ways to make it. By Bruce Sterling. 🇮🇹 More info

    Poetry Will Not Optimize; or, What Is Literature to AI? by Michele Elam Abstract Literature, poetry, and other forms of noncommercial creative expression challenge the techno-instrumentalist approaches to language, the predictive language generation, informing NLP (large natural language processing models) such as GPT-3 or -4 as well …
    By Bruce Sterling, 358 words
  6. | James Bridle
    The blog of James Bridle: art, literature, and the network, since 2006. 🇬🇷 More info

    The Distractor
    An installation at Kunthaus Zurich on the theme of media history, education, and the technology of attention. Some time ago, I was commissioned to write an essay about children’s media and the capture of attention …
    By James Bridle, 1,053 words
  7. Brendan Dawes
    collected thoughts, processes and observations made during the course of making things. 🇬🇧 More info

    Tickets are now on sale to Barbican members for UK premiere of “Eno” including post screening conversation with @brianeno, @gary_hustwit and myself
    Tickets are now on sale to Barbican members for UK premiere of “Eno” including post screening conversation with @brianeno, @gary_hustwit and myself. Tickets for non-members go on sale Friday. The film is never the same …
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  8. the cassandra pages
    An artist, graphic designer, writer and publisher. By Elizabeth Adams. 🇨🇦 More info

    Returning to Oil Painting
    When we were in central New York for a short time a few weeks ago, I started an oil painting. It was the first one I'd worked on since 2018 - a pretty big gap …
    By Beth, 1,246 words
  9. Cendrine Marrouat - Artist
    A poet, photographer, multi-genre author, fiction writer, co-founder of Auroras & Blossoms, and creator of literary forms. 🇨🇦 More info

    The Full Sturgeon Moon – Photos from the August 1, 2023 supermoon
    When I read that the second supermoon of 2023 would be on display on August 1st, I decided to stay up later than usual to try and catch a few glimpses of the lady. It …
    By Cendrine Marrouat, 351 words
  10. Colossal
    Art, design, and visual culture. By Christopher Jobson, Grace Ebert, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

    Marvel at Hundreds of Mathematician Max Brückner’s Remarkably Precise Models of Polyhedra
    All images via Internet Archive If you’re a mathematician who specializes in geometry, you might be called a geometer. No other term could so neatly describe the meticulous focus of German scholar Max Brückner (1860-1934), …
    By Kate Mothes, 189 words
  11. Contemporary Art Daily
    New art exhibitions and performances from around the world are published every day on our website and in our newsletter. 🇺🇸 More info

    Jakob Kolding at Galerie Martin Janda
    January 18 – February 24, 2024
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  12. Daniel Sroka Open Studio
    I am a fine art nature photographer, and these are my reflections on making art: the inspiration, the process, and the business. 🇺🇸 More info

    About the art: Untethered
    Untethered. Photograph of a milkweed seed. We planted milkweed on our deck this summer to attract butterflies. At the end of the season, I saved their seed pods so we could plant them again next …
    By Daniel Sroka, 89 words
  13. David Revoy
    Artist, Instructor, using only Free/Libre and Open-Source software since 2009. 🇫🇷 More info

    Cleaning spams on Fediverse
    The big wave of spams is over? Thank you FediAdmins for doing what you do! Source here
    By David REVOY, 21 words
  14. Doodlers Anonymous
    A modern art blog featuring a vast archive of creative inspiration, hand-drawn interviews by contemporary artists, and more. More info

    Capturing Nature’s Beauty: Plein-Air Painting Essentials for Landscapes
    This blog post will delve into the details of each tool you need for plein air painting.
    By Serina, 25 words
  15. Doug McCune - Data Artist
    I'm an Oakland artist who embraces data exploration and map making in an attempt to come to terms with the chaos of urban environments. 🇺🇸 More info

    Me, Through the Machine
    202311″ x 7″ x 10″Bronze This self portrait was generated by using a 3D scanner to scan my face, illustrating how the technology imperfectly sees me. The result is full of artifacts. Pieces of skin …
    By Doug, 90 words
  16. Drawing Matter
    Exploring the role of drawing in architectural thought and practice. 🇬🇧 More info

    Protected: Geoffrey Bawa: Drawing from the Archives (2023) — Review
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    By Rosie Ellison-Balaam, 24 words
  17. Dull Tool Dim Bulb
    Jim Linderman blog about surface, wear, form and authenticity in self-taught art, outsider art, antique american folk art, antiques and photography. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Election of 1936. Amateur hand drawn Broadsides from Both sides
    This pair of hand drawn amateur broadsides from the 1936 election reveal political discourse is nothing new. The stakes were high then too…but fortunately Roosevelt won (and the world was saved with help from our …
    By Dull Tool Dim Bulb, 84 words
  18. { feuilleton }
    A journal by artist and designer John Coulthart. 🇬🇧 More info

    Helix magazine, 1967–1968
    Another underground magazine, this one originating in Seattle during the first wave of the counter-cultural publications that flourished from the mid-60s on. Wikipedia says that Helix managed 125 bi-weekly issues from 1967 to 1970; the …
    By John, 144 words
    the making of, by greg allen. 🇺🇸 More info

    They Photoshopped Dianne Feinstein’s Pool
    Dianne Feinstein’s house is for sale, and it includes a pool, where her aides probably said she went swimming every day. Study for Blue Panel (Ground Zero), 2024, jpg Meanwhile, the ghost of Ellsworth Kelly …
    By greg, 45 words
  20. Gurney Journey
    This daily weblog by Dinotopia creator James Gurney is for illustrators, plein-air painters, sketchers, comic artists, animators, art students, and writers. 🇺🇸 More info

    Building an Art Career Online
    How do you build an art career online? Today's Substack post is a deep dive on managing social media and narrowcasting to dedicated fan networks.
    By James Gurney, 30 words