“Hello World! Processing” a documentary on creative coding which explores the processes, experimentation and algorithms used by creative coders.
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Software is now a key part of our social structure -we sense it everywhere; it is a ubiquitous, undulating, architectural, air-like, water-like commodity that infiltrates our daily lives.
Paradoxically, while social scientists, philosophers, cultural critics, and media and new media theorists have by now seem to cover all aspects of IT revolution, creating a number of new disciplines such as cyber culture, Internet studies, new media theory, and digital culture, the underlying engine which drives most of these subjects—software—has received little or not direct attention. Software is still invisible to most academics, artists, and cultural professionals interested in IT and its cultural and social effects.
We’ll start this blog posting some Lev Manovich’s quotes about software philosophy… “If we don’t address software itself, we are in danger of always dealing only with its effects rather than the causes” …