Nicolas Maigret & Maria Roszkowska

Country ...................... France, Poland
City ............................. Paris
Category .................... Media Art, Digital Art, Sound Art
Recommended by ARTISTIC BOKEH
Period of stay ............ Dec 15

http://peripheriques.free.fr
http://disnovation.net
http://thepiratecinema.com
http://drone2000.net
http://thepiratebook.net
http://cargocollective.com/mariaroszkowska 

Nicolas Maigret exposes the internal workings of media, through an exploration of their dysfunctions, limitations or failure thresholds which he develops sensory and immersive audio visual experiences. As a curator, he initiated the disnovation.net research, a critique of the innovation propaganda. He teaches at Parsons Paris and cofounded the Art of Failure collective in 2006.

His work has been presented in international exhibitions and festivals: Transmediale (Berlin) - Museum of Art and Design (New York) - File (Sao Paulo) - 30th Chaos Communication Congress (Hamburg) - Palais de Tokyo (Paris) - Elektra (Montréal) - NWFF (Seattle) - SAIC (Chicago) - China Museum of Digital Arts (Beijing) - The Pirate Bay 10th Anniversary (Stockholm) - Eastern Bloc (Montreal)…

Maria Roszkowska is a Polish graphic designer based in Paris. She has been associate researcher at EnsadLab Paris. Between 2010 and 2014 she joined Intégral Ruedi Baur, a cultural graphic design studio in France. In 2013, she designed and coordinated 'Don't Brand my public space' for Lars Müller Publishers, a 3 years research on the issue of cities applying branding strategies. She's presently working on a second book about the Copy Culture.

Projectinfo

The Pirate Cinema Readme,
A collection of researches, interviews, visual-essays on cultural contents Piracy in different areas around the World. (Cuba, India, Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa...)

http://thepiratecinema.com/book

Images

The Pirate Cinema - A Cinematic Collage Generated By Peer-to-Peer Network Activity
Predictive Art Bot
The Pirate Book - A Compilation of Grass-Root Stories and Strategies on Media Piracy