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Most Recent Readings
Report of the UKRAiNATV workshop @In-Between-Media
‘Pop-Up Bridges: Quick and Dirty Live Streams’ by UKRAiNATV and #StreamArtStudio crew, 10th March, 2023 at FramerFramed (Amsterdam), during the In-Between-Media two-day event, Report by Valeria Ferrari In the program we can the following description: “This workshop will focus on setting up and creating links between different spots, internet platforms, hardware and software connections, signals, [...]
Konrad Wojnowski: Broadcasting (and) Cleansing-Review of UKRAiNATV’s 24hr Live Stream
1 If my neural network was capable of producing a holographic representation of the hybrid performance/ritual I witnessed last week, both in the flesh and via video streams, what would it look like? What is the mental spectre left in my mind after sinking in the events of STANDBY – ЧАТУВАННЯ – CZUWANIE, “an experimental, [...]
Giulia Timis: Reflections on UKRAiNATV @Transmediale
A War, a Game, a Simulation Reflections on UKRAiNATV’s Documentation of Transmediale 2023 in Berlin By Giulia Rossana Timis 1. Fantastic Little Splash (Lera Malchenko and Oleksandr Hants) Lera Malchenko and Oleksandr Hants during our interview at Transmediale 36 UKRAiNATV’s experience at the 2023 Transmediale festival in Berlin started on February 2nd. Our first interview [...]