New Media Art & Archives
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Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne, Germany, is a first-class experimental training center for creative work in emerging technologies, bringing together art, culture, poetry, science, and technology. Regarding contemporary media as new social institutions, its founding idea is to find ways of articulating the interaction between artistic imagination, theoretical and historical knowledge.
Beginning with contemporary arts and architecture in 2001, the Indonesian Center for New Media Arts has become a multi-disciplinary collaboration involving science, technology and art.
The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXArts) at the University of Washington is a creative research convergence zone for pioneering artists and scholars. The DXArts program embraces an expansive range of arts practice, theory, and research across multiple disciplines.
Curated by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, and Timothy Murray, this artistic collaboration navigates the codes and anti-codes of digitality.
The De Balie Centre for Culture and Politics, located in Amsterdam, is dedicated to advanced research on the politics of the interface and its resistances as represented by emergent tendencies in new media, art, and technology.
The Digital Aesthetics Research Centre at the University of Aarhus is an organisation for researchers in the aesthetic aspects of IT development. The Centre includes 27 researchers from diverse departments and faculties. In its daily work the Centre collaborates with other art and research institutions such as the Jutland Academy of Fine Arts, the Doctoral School in Arts and Aesthetics and the Centre for Internet Research.
A spin-off from the Museum for Applied Art in Frankfurt am Main, the site aims to research and document fast moving trends in everyday digital culture.
The Hypermedia Research Centre is a research group composed of academics, artists, artisans, designers and writers. We are based in the School of Media, Art and Design at the University of Westminster University in London, UK.
The Imagination, Computation, and Expression Laboratory (ICE Lab) researches and develops computing systems for creative expression, cultural analysis, and social change. Their research and development work includes new forms of gaming, interactive narrative, social media, digital media art, and, most importantly, creative computing forms unanticipated by any of those.
The Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture (PACTAC) is a unique interdisciplinary institute for research focused on the impact of technological change on culture, politics and society. Linking together researchers in the Faculties of Social Science, Engineering, Humanities, Education, Fine Arts, Law, Indigenous Governance, and Human and Social Development at the University of Victoria, PACTAC provides a collaborative interdisciplinary site for advanced research on information technology, new media, and digital communication as well as for rethinking issues related to ethics and biotechnology.
The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Meda Art at Cornell University is a research repository of new media art. The Archive emphasizes digital interfaces and experimentation by international, independent artists, and is curated by Timothy Murray.
SymbioticA is an artistic laboratory based at the University of Western Australia dedicated to the research, learning and critique of life sciences. SymbioticA is the first research laboratory of its kind, in that it enables artists to engage in wet biology practices in a biological science department.
The Institute for the Unstable Media (V2) is an interdisciplinary center for art and media technology in Rotterdam. Founded in 1981, V2 is an organization that concerns itself with research and development in the field of art and media technology.
ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany, is a world-renowned cultural institution that engages with the development of information technology and social structures through research, exhibitions, and documentary work. Comprising two museums and four institutes, ZKM sees itself as a forum for the encounters of arts and science, politics and industry.