Philippe Monfouga
Since the beginning
Works in Paris France

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ressourceslibres


It's a wiki

http://ressourceslibres.free.fr/

This site is editable by everyone in free use, you are invited to deposit i=
mages there, texts and other resources around the art but not exclusively o=
f which you wish to make share the community and of which you are owner or =
which are opensource

These resources could freely be re-used by each one.

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L'Artiste comme ethnographe


JOURNEE D'ETUDE

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Re: do you ?


What did you do today ?

www.monfouga.net

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Re: STREAMING cyberpoetry


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----- Original Message -----
From: Komninos Zervos
To: list@rhizome.org
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2004 1:52 AM
Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: STREAMING cyberpoetry

hey rhizomates,

just testing streaming technologies,

so can someone open a quicktime player and check to see if these url's a=
re working.
let me know please.

they wont open in an ie browser, only in qt player.

cheers

komninos

rtsp://132.234.129.9:554/qtmedia/Media/QTDRUG2.MOV
rtsp://132.234.129.9:554/qtmedia/Media/QTBABY.MOV

komninos zervos
lecturer, convenor of CyberStudies major
School of Arts
Griffith University
Room 3.25 Multimedia Building G23
Gold Coast Campus
Parkwood
PMB 50 Gold Coast Mail Centre
Queensland 9726
Australia
Phone 07 5552 8872 Fax 07 5552 8141
http://www.gu.edu.au/ppages/k_zervos
http://users.bigpond.net.au/mangolegs
http://spokenword.blog-city.com

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Fw: netbehaviour: Programming Survey


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> philippe@monfouga.com
> http://www.monfouga.net/
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lemmy Caution" <llacook@yahoo.com>
> Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2004 9:34 PM
> Subject: netbehaviour: Programming Survey
>
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> > 1.) What programming languages do you use?
> >
> HTML, JavaScript, Php, MySQL, Lingo, Flash, etc.
>
> > 2.) Why did you choose the language(s) that you use,
> > and how did you learn it/them?
> >
> I choose these languages depend of what i want to do, programming in
> Javascript don't offer the same possibility than programming with Director
> in Lingo or using MySQL
>
> > 3.) Were you university-trained in programming or
> > self-taught? What advantages and disadvantages do you
> > see in this method of learning?
>
> i learned alone in front of my computer, in fact i learned langage cause i
> wanted to do something so i searched the way to do it, the disadvantage or
> advantage is that i don't know everything about one langage but i know a
> part of many langage
>
> > 4.) How concerned are you with a language's political
> > implications, i.e. with whether the language is open
> > source or not? Why?
>
> i prefer open source langage, it's more creative i think, but i use
> commercial language too
>
> > 5.) Does your choice of programming lamguage effect
> > the way you approach a problem you wish to solve with
> > that language?
>
> yes, as i said we can't do the same thing with different language, i adapt
> the problem for the language or i change the language depend of the
problem
>
> > 6.) Did you come to New Media Art from Computer
> > Science or from the Arts? Discuss the transition.
>
> i don't know if computer bring me to art or art bring me to computer, i
made
> the both when i was young. I made painting and on the Apple II i drawed
> picture in programming each pixel or using mathematicals equations. For me
> it's the same thing, it's art, it's not important it's computer art or
> painting or sculpture
>
> > 7.) What does programming add or subtract from an art
> > object? Is the artist-programmer giving up control of
> > the object by coding it, or introducing more control?
>
> Programming add interactivity, technical interactivity not only the
> interactivity of the viewer in front of any art object, in the technical
> interactivity the viewer has to choice between one way or the other, shall
i
> click here or here. But programming can be only rules as rules we had to
do
> a paint, to take a photo, or to build installation.
>
> > 8.) Does each programming language imply an ontology?
>
> each language implies an ontology.
>
> > 9.) Have you ever dreamed in code?
>
> i've never remembered any dream, but sometime i thing in term of
procedures,
> not in code, for me the code is only words and i prefer thinking in the
> gramatical way to do something.
>
> > 10.) Can one code art objects that produce catharsis
> > in the user?
> Why not ? Code art objects are art object, the code don't change this.
It's
> not a specificity of code.
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