Ubermorgen. Group founded in 1999 by Hans Bernhard, Lizvlx, Alessandro Ludovico et Paolo Cirio. Wikipedia.
> Amazon Noir - The Big Book Crime (2006). Installation. [Moulon] p. 68-69.
> GWEI, Google wll eat itsef (2005) and several works in [Lieser].
> Child of Eden (2011). See Misuguchi.
Uda Atsuko Japanese scientist on AI. Sbart Program. [Whitelaw].
Udagawa Masamichi . He formed the Antenna group in 1997 with Sigi Moeslinger. 8 pages in [Cameron]. Beautiful projections. Interaction through some sensors or Pal OS.
> Firefly (2001).
Umeda : Spliit Flow
Umeda Hiroaki. Dancer and choreographerr, combining performance and lights digitally controlled.
> Split flow / Intensional Particle (2015). See an extract.
Uosumi Goh. Bio-Art .
> The Matrix (2015). Notes from Feuille de Zinc, our translation:
Trustless Trust is the first part of his project "The Matrix". After having searched for biological properties of artefacts, he experiments the possible use of these artefacts by a distributed network of autonomous dynamic systems. These systems could use their own souvenirs... And so we would reach an operating mode independent and auto-regulated, contrasting with the capitalists systems elaborated in the 20th. century. This work will be presended during Made in Friche "Machines" on November 20, 21 and 22,
Uyttendaele Jeroen. Facebook. Sound research.
- Present at Overtoon expo, Imal, on spring 2013.
< Circuit 02 (2013). Work in progress.
< Vonkveld#3 (2013). Work in progress. Shown at Imal on spring 2013.
< Leeway (2013) . Wall panel with circuits, as an interface.
Ultra Fractal, software for fractal design, by Frederik Slijkerman.
Umeda Hiroaki. Choreographer, interpreter, composer et video maker.
> Split Flow (2015C). Performance, dance with projections
> Accumulated Layout (2015C). Performance, dance with projections
Three composers. since its creation in 1976,
Birgé, Bernard Vitet and Francis
Gorgé, has decided to promote collective musical
creation, co-signing their albums, which they consider as
artworks in themselves, or their live shows which they
try to renew every time they play.
Ungauer Sylvie. Multimedia, but other genres also.
> La maison à Brest (2008).
L'unique. First French film with special 3D synthetic effects. Paris ACM Siggraph.
United Kingdom. See our geographical guide
UniversCiné. Video on demand for independent European cinema.
- Arts-Sciences Symposium. Printemps de la Culture 2012. The program.
Tokyo University .
- Laboratory Aizawa-Yamasaki and Graduate.
- Laboratory Hirose Tanikawa.
- Laboratory Ishikawa Komuro.
- School of Interdisciplinar Information Studie.
University of Tsukuba. Hoshino Laboratory.
Un moment voulu. French association of contemporary art curators for public audiences.
Upgrade . International network of gatherings concerning arts, technology and culture.
Urbanska Jacques. Project Manager / Consultant: new media - digital media arts - art & networks - community management / Media artist.
Urso Maria Donata d'. Leads the dance company Disorienta .
> Strate 2 (2013) Cited with picture in Artpress2 Art in the digital age, May-June-July 2013
Ursyn Anna. Compositing, landscapes. Her creation process. Starts from computer programming, then hand generation of objects.
< Rondo (2005 c.) , Siggraph 2006.
Usami Keiji. Light art.
> Laser Beam Joint (1968). Quoted with a picture by [Bonnefoy] p. 390.
The User. An art collective comprised of architect and installation artist Thomas McIntosh and composer and sound artist Emmanuel Madan.
> Coincidence engines (2008) (up to 2011). Installations with alarm clocks and a lot of devices. Presented within "Québec Numérique" at Gaité Lyrique, Paris 2012.
> Quartet for dot matrix printer (2004). Installation with printers. Presented within "Québec Numérique" at Gaité Lyrique, Paris 2012.
UTC, Université de technologie de Compiègne (Technology University of Compiègne).
Utterbach Camille and Achituv Romy.
Writing on screeen.
> Global City, for Saskia Sassen. Camille Utterback, Linescape.cpp , Golan Levin Axis by Martin Wattenberg Connection Study.
> Text rain (1999) presented by [Paul], [Lopes] and Bootz (on line). This work has been probably inspired by some aspects of Videoplace, by Myron Krueger (a major forerunner of interactive spaces, by the 1970's).
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