16th to the 18th March
FFF is a digital sculpture created in August 2016. It makes the eSPACE that we occupy in the Facebook eSPACE visible. This Facebook eSPACE has been converted to 314 points, with an amplitude of -0.1 to +0.1 for each point. Integrated into the U-rss project, FFF follows on from F-CONNEXION which was itself developed around 3 letters that have traveled around the world using the Facebook network (from each of the participants in the project). In a way, FFF is the complement, the version or mechanical translation.
Franck Soudan is an computer artist and researcher in the field of digital arts and humanities. His work focuses on the aesthetic and political stakes of softwares. Creator of interfaces and artist-programmer, he studies algorithms for their actual and conceptual consequences.
Marc Veyrat is visual artist and researcher in the field of digital arts and humanities. His work focuses on the aesthetic and political stakes of digital art and social networks as visual super surfaces. He is also lecturer at the University of Savoie Mont Blanc and associate researcher in the UNESCO / ITEN chair.