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Conference Papers Year : 2012

Connected Creation


Launched in 2006 by the CiTu-Paragraphe under the artistic direction of Maurice Benayoun, the In/Out network (aka The Art Collider) is an open platform that uses peer-to-peer technology to enable real-time data exchange between art installations. It has been featured in several exhibitions over the recent years. This paper proposes to analyze its artistic potential: First, by describing and characterizing the type of connections that the network allows to establish between peers. Second, by analyzing how data is shared and transformed by artists according to a poetics of data. Finally, also by analyzing how the network presents itself and how the exchange of data has been made perceptible to visitors both locally and globally through art installations and a monitoring system.
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hal-01340999 , version 1 (03-07-2016)
hal-01340999 , version 2 (11-07-2016)


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Florent Di Bartolo. Connected Creation: The Art of Sharing. 3rd international Computer Art Congress (CAC.3), Nov 2012, Paris, France. pp.115-119. ⟨hal-01340999v2⟩
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