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Interactive video lesson plan for: How Art Can Transform The Internet

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Leon Neyfakh, “The Botmaker Who Sees Through The Internet” (via The Boston Globe) 2014

Darius Kazemi's GitHub Page:

Leonardo Flores's "I Love E-Poetry" Blog is a great resource:

Leonardo Flores, “‘Kenosha Kid (@YouNeverDidThe)’ by Darius Kazemi” (via 2014

Kyle Chayka “The Greatest Digital Artists of the 21st Century” (via COMPLEX) 2015

James Bridle: A new aesthetic for the digital age (via TED & YouTube) 2012

Superscript 2015 Keynote: James Bridle (via Superscript & YouTube) 2015

James Bridle: Living in the Electromagnetic Spectrum (via re:publica & YouTube) 2015


Darius Kazemi's Last Word:

Darius Kazemi's full list of work:

Greg Petchvosky's Sandstone Lego:


Turning The Internet Into An Art Gallery | Rafaël Rozendaal

James George's Clouds

Casey Raes


Interview w/ street artist Pixel:

Kari Altman:


Tagged under: ART,DARIUS kazemi,james bridle,bruce sterling,nerdwriter,internet,digital art,glitch art,3d art,art,network,thomas pynchon,gravity' rainbow

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