Arctic Movement is established in Tromsø, the gateway to the Arctic, in 2008 and explores the expressive and communicative possibilities of new technologies in the area of (interactive) media across the contexts of art, film, music, dance and theater.
Any new medium carries within it the seeds for new conceptual models and new means of interaction. The ability to translate all media into a digital realm breaks the boundaries that previously separated various disciplines.
New media is inventing itself on the margins between art and technology; theory and theater; television and graphic design.
Arctic Movement considers not only how to work with new media, but also how to use them in a cultural or educational context. It is in this interdisciplinary spirit that the new media invites and facilitates collaborations across disciplines that aspire to invent new ideas and create divergent expression.
SIERWORK is a collection of fractal geometric artworks inspired by the mathematical work of Wacław Franciszek Sierpinski (1882 – 1969). The artworks, made by the dutch/norwegian multimedia developer and artist Huibert de Jong, are published on Google streetview, world's most accessible public space. His work has more than 15 million views.
Huibert de Jong started in 2019 with fractal geometric art and this resulted in various exhibitions both online and offline. For more info: https://sierwork.com
It is fundamentally apparent from the work of physicists, Schweitzer, Emoto and that of the late Jacques Benveniste, that water can be easily influenced in many ways, positively or negatively, and water can share this memory/information with all living things, playing a crucial role in human life, and the life of Earth too.
Our internal and external watery environment is one huge communications centre and memory bank of information. Click here if you are curious how this can be used in an artistic way.