During the Create to Connect -> Create to Impact project 13 newsletter interventions were created.
The experiment consists of three parts.
First, series of small ASCII art inspired ‘images’ made by use of typography not to convey semantic meaning but to create visual structures. These visual structures are embedded into the newsletter, separating different content sections. In this way the newsletter gains both in terms of readability as content sections are clearly visually marked as well as in terms of uniqueness of the newsletter holding original creative content (especially in opposition/comparison to use of stock visuals – commonly found in commercial newsletters).
Second, small semantical content consisting of text, images or video is included in the newsletter to comment, add and amplify a topic included in the newsletter.
An extension to the practice described above is creation of small but obviously authored web pages reflecting on activities of a partner of the project, also exposed in the current issue of the Newsletter.
Animated and programmed text to accompany Santarcangelo Festival. http://artists-perspectives.ctc-cti.eu/santarcangelo-festival/.
Interactive web animation Some Say Participatory Art has Failed. Why do we keep on doing it? http://participatory-art.ctc-cti.eu/.
These pages are meant as small reflections on certain events. With emphasis on use of web technologies in creative and exploratory way, as far as possible from the cliché use of web design (which brought about the internet where almost all pages look the same). While these pages are not meant to be used as a part of the public relations work, it might be used also in these channels, as original and unusual take on the subject might attract attention which is not accessible with commonplace PR and informative activities.
Beside the two of such works, also independent, authored web work (related to the project topics) was created: Private Property – Access Forbidden (initial October 2021, update July 2022).
This work is experimental, it tries to gather as much feedback from the involved parties as possible and react to it. It started in 2019 and it runs for the whole duration of the Create to Connect -> Create to Impact project.
CtC -> CtI News #24
31. 8. 2022 & 25.10. 2022
Images generated with help of the DALL-E AI. Let the use of the technology of the future signify the long, interesting – and intelegent – future of the project, in a new variation/eddition of it!
CtC->CtI News #21
CtC->CtI News #19
CtC->CtI News #18
Initial work of e-literature (online) – Private Property – Access Forbidden,
CtC->CtI News #17
Text interventions reflecting measures of Covid-19 being less severe and enabling the reopening of theatre venues.
CtC->CtI News #15
A concrete visual poem, a visual structure.
CtC->CtI News #13
Short text interventions reflecting on the Covid-19 situation at the time, combined with new years wishes.
CtC->CtI News #12
Short text interventions reflecting on the solitude of Covid-19 quarantine.
CtC->CtI News #11
Short text interventions with reflections on the reality of usage of medical facial masks.
CtC->CtI News #8
A visual poem reflecting the Covid-19 pandemic.
CtC->CtI News #6
Visual intervention on the topic of participatory art, accompanied by interactive web animation/webpage.
CtC->CtI News #4
Animated and programmed text to accompany Santarcangelo Festival.
CtC->CtI News #3
Image/pattern made out of typographic elements/visual poem.