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All the links on this page were tested August 16 2010 — so everything here should actually work. The Editor
hese links are visual, kinetic, interactive, political, entertaining and or art-related. Most listings are from The Aesthetic Crisis Center, who wishes to remain anonymous. The ACC, who's been using that monicker for longer than some of the people who use it now, started this page. It is being continued by many others. Anyone may contribute. We'll credit you, if you wish. David Donovan sends out an irregular email post of these things, so he is cited often. Anyone may join us in this endeavor, since the originator of the project faded away.
high-resolution time-lapse tour of Paris by Mayeul Akpovi is exquisite.
Long Beach Police Chief says it's OK to detain photographers for taking pictures with no aesthetic value. - suggested by David Donovan
Ode to Kodachrome - suggested by David Donovan
psychedelic or psycherelic - move your mouse
Underwater Astonishments - suggested by David Donovan
Underwater Sculpture - suggested by David Donovan
Civil War Faces from the Library of Congress, on Flickr - suggested by Ben Breard
Word Play from Radio Lab and friends and some other short movies
What is art? - Creature Comforts USA — suggested by Anna Palmer
13 Awesomely Useless Machines — suggested by Anna Palmer
6 minutes of Super Slow Motion — suggested by David Donovan
The Museum of Bad Art and the NPR story about it
This year's Whitney Biennial
Stealing Mona Lisa from Vanity Fair
Peter Paul Biro, fingerprints, and a lost Leonardo in The New Yorker — about ferreting out art forgeries
Imagine Peace Tower
What to Do When You Are Bored — it's real art.
Tidying Up Art
The Frontal Cortex - short, intelligent essays about how our minds work
GapingVoid.com — thoughts on the creative life by Hugh McLeod and his Cartoons drawn on the back of business cards reveal the truths behind successful creativity — suggested by Jeanne Sturdevant
You should have seen this dot com — Greg Rutter's Definitive List of the 99 Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Unless You're a Loser or Old or Something
24 hours in a lot of places
beautiful nature photographs
Liam's Pictures from Old Books
Creative photos by Chema Madoz
The year 2008 in photographs (first of three pages) — suggested by Afterimage Gallery owner Ben Breard
2009 many pictures linked : USA Today
Ken's Virtual Drumkit - audio — and color — fun better than the real thing for us with limited space and good puter audio
HEMA, a store, it takes some time, let it load, click the triangle, watch the mayhem
Thing in a Jar
Interiors (page for Rene Magritte)
Veggie Art and Deux ex Machina linked thereto
Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome
Magwords - poetry on the fridge of life
The Engraveyard - a salute to tiny pictures made with wavy lines
Harbin Snow and Ice Festival
Time Management for Anarchists
Their Circular Life
Escher + Legos
Hellbrunn Timeline of Art History
Guido Daniele's Hand Art
Sidewalk Charlk Guy
Art & Personality
Color (pop) Psychology
40 Most Creative Lamp Designs Ever
Postmodernism and Its Critics
Strange Statues Around the World.
Art or Porn at Gloria's Oversexed Mind
part of the ongoing and totally amazing TED series is Arthur Ganson: Sculpture that's truly moving and Michael Moschen: Juggling rhythm and motion.
Browse to, then wait and watch http://producten.hema.nl/ — suggested by Jeanne Sturdevant
Alison Jackson - A surprising look at celebrity - from an artist's perspective, newer from TED
Besides Jib-jab Originals, there's 2007 in review 2009 in review and soon ...
I started with Hasan Elahi and where he is (interface explained in PT) who is an artist, but you can choose from the menu and popup on the left. I plan to" is snipped from the editor's personal site's Link Page, which explores multi-media and other stuff primarily of interest to first person singular. I started this journey linking from Kevin Kelly's site, which is slow but fascinating, although Kelly's CoolTools is more so but on a different scale. While I'm here, I'll promote ThEdblog, which illuminates the editor of DallasArtsRevue's current thinking, projects, worries, etc.
Optical Illusions - pick one, or take tour upper left — suggested by Jeanne Sturdevant
Painting Mass Media - the art of fair use and copyright law / video lecture with slides
Connecting Art & Technology
Stay Free! - a Brooklyn-based magazine that explores the politics and perversions of mass media and American culture.
Robotic cow tongues
iTunes U, a new area within the iTunes Store, offers more than 10,000 educational "tracks," including lectures, audiobooks, speeches, sports video clips, and campus tours, among others. Absolutely free (don't even have to register), the content comes from some of the most prestigious universities in North America: Penn State, UC Berkeley, Duke University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many others. Curricula to go, iTunes U content lets you dabble and learn at your leisure. And, of course, take it with you on iPod.
TED is about ideas, big ideas
Visualizing the U.S. Copyright Law
DARts Member James Michael Starr's previews of coming art attractions - not updated in years now
full episode viewing of network TV shows without a TV on ABC, CBS and NBC (click SHOWS) for high speed internet users
Virtual graffiti opportunity - suggested by Jeanne Sturdevant
The Pollockizer - click and go wild - suggested by Sherry Owens
Horsing Around - suggested by J R's mother, Mary Compton
Your Gallery... A showcase for your art to thousands of visitors every day. No idea when this began, but it's a loooong page of images, though not-a-lot-of-sculpture.
Fine Art Adoption Network
This is cool, do FILMS & start top left --orange n black one.
Why do you stay up so late?
Subject Matter & Print Size by Alain Briot in The Luminous Landscape, an essay comparing photographs and paintings and selecting the proper size for presentation
Interactive cow adbudctions
Transparent screen scenes slide show
Dada slide show (arrow at lower left)
Mo Jo Ri Sing net art
Political cartoons on Slate
Interactiveness on Tom Moody's webbage
Larger loads (for your entertainment pleasure):
Cockroach Camera & Other Photographic Possibilities
On the local front www.emediawire.com/releases/2005/10/emw297415.htm
and a list of Art Bloggers: http://zekesgallery.blogspot.com/2005/09/art-bloggers-of-world.html
Why do you stay up sp late? www.bornmagazine.org/projects/whystayup/project.html
Devils Tramping Ground
Aluna Clock Sculpture suggested by J R
Sometimes there's something a little fishy about proclamations of patriotism. — site suggested (without the editorialization) by Jack Brockette
Archives of American Art - Oral History Interviews — suggested by Jeanne Sturdevant
Kurt Wenner, Street Painter
wall and pavement art
Flyguy - suggested by J R
Molecular Expressions — moving through space. — suggested by Tracy Hicks
drawing a red rose
The Blog, the nonist, often has art related musings & posts such as this one, Film in Flux, with it's links to UBU Web and its Artist films& words online.
I was sorry to read the news that Walter Hopps (1932-2005) has departed this world.
His mind was full of art experiences and stories that he was always willing to share
and he will be missed: Find Articles - Houston Chronicle
Over 600 submissions from 99 Texas cities were received, and the final 36
artists, representing 12 Texas cities, were chosen by a 15 member panel for 5
venues and no visual clues anywhere. The Texas Biennial website has no pictures.
Alaskan Alpine Club - click Ice Tower (wall) pages ( 1 thru 4 )
The Gates: The Crackers
American Visionary Art Museum - suggested by Joe Stokes
High Art Catch-22 Comedy Hour - suggested by Tracy Hicks
Celebrating the rebirth of psychedelic Futurism
The 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Library shortened and cheapened versions of classic movies
... or Chunking a few snowballs?
Astronomy Picture of the Day
10 x 10 ... the news of today in pictures & words
Art can be a scary thing to grasp.
Die Anstalt - psychiatric clinic for abused cuddly toys
Soundtrack — is a delightful musical interlude with animated creation.
Justice gets new image
The road of good intentions is paved with painted horses with wings. With very few alterations this could easily be Dallas.
I was waitin' for you — multiple media in stereo from Georganne Deen
Wiki History — suggested by Michael Helsem
Playing The Wind on the BBC — suggested by Jim Wheat
A few choice words from Buffy.
More Nasher art
Michael Helsem's Were Wolf Suite is now available. Give a listen to the samples.
Poets Against The War
Intimacy - an interactive essay
Art Prostitute Magazine
Folk & Outsider Art — fascinating - suggested by Michael Helsem
War prayer attributed to Mark Twain
Suspended Garden — plant a flower in Iraq and watch it grow
The Lair of the Crab of Ineffable Wisdom
The Visual Thesaurus
Diary of Samuel Pepys and the BBC story
Pottery Shard Mosaic in Louisiana
Lord of the Peeps
Glass Tire — Visual Art in Texas
Fireworks just for you
If you aren't a fan of The Church of Subgenius and are feeling a bit overly aggressive you can always go a few rounds with Bob.
The Alternative Museum
Another new artform — suggested by Michael Helsem
Realistic Internet Simulator — suggested by Michael Helsem
Americans for the Arts
Abandoned Building Photography — from Michael Helsem
39 Degrees of Separation (you have to register and get a password to get onto the NY Times site, but it's free).
Studio 360 from National Public Radio
GARLIC = RICH AIR is an E-mail list one subscribes to - suggested by Paul Rogers Harris
Book Crossing is an intriguing idea — including Books on the loose in Dallas
Tillamook Chedda — has dog art gone too far? suggested by DARts member Chris Fulmer.
A page of links to some Wonderful Kinetic Art - Oh, baby, some fun stuff here!
New art medium — submitted by Michael Helsem
Shift still includes
Uncontrol is experiential, experience it.
Texas Society of Sculptors
Resources for Artists
The Effects of Cannabis On A Web-Based Lifestyle
The Free Biennial
The Compleat Artist and The Turner Prize
Concept art is pretentious tat
Body Mind And Modem: Seven Samurai ( Minus Three )
- Click "New Game ".
- Click the red oval in the center, then wait for an attack.
- If one of the Samurai pulls his sword, move your cursor over him as quickly as possible to get the most points.
- Move out of the red oval before a Samurai attacks, or when a Samurai pulls something other than his sword, and lose 50 points.
- Click on "Tips" for Body/Mind tips.
- Ten attacks per game.
World Trade Center art links
Landover Baptist Church offers uh... religious.. uh... humor.
In your daily life, you can probably use a little Zen... Not without humor.
Houston artist Dan Allison's site
Craig Frazier's Square Pig TV — eloquent, exquisite animation. Nice music, too. The Most Memorable site on this page! - JR Compton
Mexican Tarot Cards
The Infamous Exploding Whale Video
Is it really art? Computer virus as art? A story from Wired.
Do the Shields Up test to test your high-speed Windows line's vulnerabillity to hackers.
Artcyclopedia: The Guide to Museum-Quality Art on the Internet
Museum of Depressionist Art
Art calls LILEKS and their Institute of Official Cheer "too much fun."
SFMOMA has one too
The Walker Art Center's Gallery 9
RTmark is a self surfing rotiserie of sites worldwide.
Survival Research Laboratories - Yes. That's Survival Research Laboratories. The guys who take destruction to the art max. Long downloading movies in your choice of formats. Best with DSL or Cable. Big noises for big boyses.
Dean and Nigel — How to Blend In.
The 1000 Journals Project
Dallas artist Dwayne Carter used to have two sites experimenting with motion. Now, he seems to only have one. It is not quick-loading — he cites a 10 - 15 minute download time. Some interactivity may exist.
Why Cats Paint — hilarious cat info and animation.
Big Art - crop circles from an aerial view. Beautiful and interesting.
Rhizome.org: The New Media Art Resource
since June 30 2005,
now on the new web host
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