Introduction to puredyne workshop London,UK

— rob — September 17th, 2009

On tuesday 22nd of September Rob Canning and Claude Heiland-Allen of GOTO10 will give a short workshop on puredyne as part of the OpenLab London series of workshops http://openlabworkshops.org/ This workshop will introduce the participants to the live distribution, giving an overview of the system and its applications as well as a brief look into […]

Two New Articles in the Digital Artists’ Handbook

— marloes — June 1st, 2009

folly and GOTO10 are pleased to announce the latest articles to be added to the Digital Artists’ Handbook at http://www.digitalartistshandbook.org The handbook is a reliable and accessible source of information that introduces artists to different tools, resources and ways of working related to digital art. With a focus on Free Software and Open Content, the […]

yourmachines archives

— contact — May 7th, 2009

yourmachines.org is gone! but yourmachines.goto10.org is up and running! Your Machines is a collection of tutorials and resources for working creatively with Free and Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) and related practices. It brings together contributions from artists, activists, community workers, and Linux advocates, all of whom use it within their work. Your Machines presents […]

Tools to Fight Boredom

— contact — April 14th, 2009

FLOSS and GNU/Linux for Artists Working in the Field of Generative Music and Software Art. New Article by Marloes de Valk. The article has been published in Volume 28, Issue 1, 2009 of the Contemporary Music Review journal. This issue, “Generative Music”, has been edited by Nick Collins and Andrew R. Brown. It features other […]

pure:dyne discussion on netbehaviour.org

— contact — October 31st, 2008

Marc Garret invited two members of the pure:dyne team, Heather Corcoran and Aymeric Mansoux to discuss about the project on the Netbehaviour.org list. The discussion took place between October 16th – 23rd Oct 08. An interview and an open discussion was joined by other list members of Netbehaviour. Read the full interview on the Furtherfield […]

Digital Artists Handbook

— aymeric — February 7th, 2008

Here it is! The Digital Artists Handbook! WHAT? The Handbook is a new, up to date, reliable and accessible source of information that introduces artists and students to different tools, resources and ways of working related to digital art with a strong focus on the use of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS). HOW? The goal of […]