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CADAVRE EXQUIS CARTOGRAPHY (C.E.C.)

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Urban Game & Mapping Exercise

FRIDAY SESSION 18 :: CADAVRE EXQUIS CARTOGRAPHY (C.E.C.); An urban game & mapping exercise followed by Talks from Dr. Maria Kaika and Julie Myers :: June 29, 2007; 6.30 pm :: Outside Bank Tube station – Take the ‘Cornhill North’ exit and meet us on the square outside the Royal Exchange, corner of Threadneedle St. and Cornhill :: Bring: a digital camera with its download equipment (Cables!), so we can download the images after the walk at Public Works and team-mates.

CADAVRE EXQUIS CARTOGRAPHY prompts people to explore and collect ground-level images of the City. Walks will be followed by two short talks at the public works studio at 8pm. Dr .Maria Kaika of Oxford University will talk on the continuously changing development of the City of London. Julie Myers will present – To travel Somewhere – a mobile phone / mapping project developed from a series of walks in San Francisco, USA, Cambridge, UK and Helsinki, FIN. Continue reading


Jun 27, 12:56
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Tina Gonsalves’ “Feel_Insula”

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Stillness, Emotions and Hypnosis

Tina Gonsalves’ Feel_Insula: An interactive Installation about Stillness, Emotions and Hypnosis :: At New Greenham Arts, The Corn Exchange, 113 Lindenmuth Way, New Greenham Park, Newbury, Berks, RG19 6HN UK :: Preview: Sunday 1 July 2007 12-2pm :: From June 28 – August 3 :: 10am-5pm; Thursday (10am-8pm; Saturdays by appointment).

Feel.Insula is an intimate and vulnerable responsive video installation driven by the stillness of the audience. In a darkened space, a video is projected on the wall. It is of the artist under hypnosis. Under hypnosis, the artist is asked to re-experience potent emotional memories of her life. As soon as the viewer enters the space, the artist wakes up from hypnosis. Only after the audience is completely still does the video fall back into weaving the stories re-lived under hypnosis. FEEL_INSULA emerges from a collaboration between neuroscientist Dr Hugo Critchley and artist Tina Gonsalves, and was created over her artist in residency at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, London. Continue reading


Jun 27, 12:42
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Networks and Boundaries

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Call for Applications

Call for applications at the Getty Research Institute for the theme Networks and Boundaries. The Institute welcomes applications from established scholars, postdoctoral scholars, and predoctoral candidates, as well as writers and artists who wish to be in residence in 2008-2009 and whose projects explore cross-cultural exchange and the visual arts.

The study of the visual arts can and does cross cultural, civilizational, ethnic, religious, and geographic boundaries. Cultural exchange takes place through kaleidoscopic networks that are themselves dynamic and transformative. These exchanges are integral to the construction of boundaries, contributing to definitions of self and other. The contact zones within which they occur are marked by appropriations, hybridizations, and syncretisms-all of which remap cultural boundaries. Continue reading


Jun 27, 12:26
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INTIMACY Across Visceral and Digital Performance

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OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS, POSTERS & PERFORMANCES

How are bodies represented through technology? How is desire constructed through representation? What is the relationship of the body to self-awareness?” [Stone, Allucquere Rosanne The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age Cambridge, Mass. & London: MIT Press, 1995, p. 17]

[Image from Paul Sermon’s “Telematic Dreaming”] INTIMACY Across Visceral and Digital Performance is a three-day (December 7-9) interdisciplinary programme of events made to illicit connectivity, induce interaction and provoke debate between makers, participants and witnesses of works that explicitly address proximity and hybridity in performance. It will feature workshops, seminars, performances, posters, and a 1-day symposium. Continue reading


Jun 27, 12:06
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TAGallery

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TAGallery by CONT3XT.NET extends the idea of a tagged exhibition and transfers the main tasks of noncommercial exhibition spaces to the discourse of an electronic data-space. The method of tagging allows the attribution of artworks to different thematic fields. EXHIBITION_003 was tagged / curated by Ursula Endlicher and Ela Kagel, who started the blog Curating NetArt in May 2006 as ongoing conversations about various topics surrounding media arts. Their exhibition link.of.thought_thought.of.link for TAGallery is an extension of this blog in dialogue-form and a meta-curatorial statement of their perspective on the challenges of curating media / net / art.

With projects / works by: UBERMORGEN / Alessandro Ludovico / Paolo Cirio, Jo-Anne Green / Helen Thorington (Turbulence), Aleksandra Domanovic / Oliver Laric / Christoph Priglinger / Georg Schnitzer, Cornelia Sollfrank, Eva Grubinger / Thomas Kaulmann, 0100101110101101 (Eva and Franco Mattes), Ruth Catlow / Marc Garrett (Furtherfield), Graffiti Research Lab, Mushon Zer-Aviv / Dan Phiffer.

Exhibition :: Curator’s dialogue :: Curator’s bio/CV :: Curator’s blog [posted on newmediafix] Continue reading


Jun 27, 10:59
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Net User 4

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Call for registration

Net User 4 international working camp :: July 16-24, 2007 :: Organized by InterSpace Association, Bulgaria.

Net User is an international and interdisciplinary forum taking place biannually in Bulgaria, which features a wide variety of current trends in network activities in order to develop a better theoretical and pragmatic understanding of ICT, new media and creativity. Building on the previous well-attended three editions of the forum, Net User 4 will bring together researchers and practitioners from many disciplines, fields and countries for a working camp with a variety of events like presentations, common and panel discussions, workshops, workgroups, free mutual skill sharing panels, a screening and exhibition program, music performances and informal exchanges.

The working camp will explore various issues around the theme of Networking or how do people living in the technological era develop and use the network technologies. Continue reading


Jun 26, 12:50
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Ars Virtua Presents: We are the Strange

YouTube Preview ImageArs Virtua is proud to present the Second Life premier of We are the Strange :: June 29 at 6:00 pm SLT [SLURL]. Continue reading


Jun 26, 12:17
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Movie Cards

Metabiosis – Go Forth & *

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Call for Participation

Metabiosis – Go Forth & * by Aymeric Mansoux and Marloes de Valk :: Medialounge, The Media Centre, 7 Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1RL :: Opening: 11 July 7 – 9pm :: Exhibition runs from 12 July until 17 August 2007 :: 10am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Create your own data-packet to live on a network of computers. Give your packet a personality! Is it shy? Outgoing? Is it afraid to leave its home or is it more of a traveler? Is your packet screaming for attention or is it more of a loner? Answer the questions and set your packet free. Your packet will soon bump into other packets, and start to interact, maybe even to breed, but its limited lifespan means that one day it must face the inevitable … packet heaven. Follow your packets ups and downs, its travels and its offspring by following its journeys through the three computer based ecosystems in this installation. Continue reading


Jun 26, 10:02
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Institute for Applied Autonomy

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Tactical Cartography

In taking up the term ‘tactical’ in an arts context, we link cartography with ‘tactical media,’ an approach to art production that privileges critical social engagement. Since the early 90’s the tactical media label has become something of a house brand for a host of widely divergent media practices embracing themes of politics and empowerment. Particularly, the term has expanded from its origin in interventionist art to ultimately include a wide variety of “alternative” and “indy” media strategies. In considering the term here, we emphasize its connotations of instrumentality.

At root, tactical media is about intervention – it is concerned with creating disruptions within existing systems of power and control. Less a methodology than an orientation, it is fundamentally pragmatic, utilizing any and all available technologies, aesthetics, and methods as dictated by the goals of a given action. Tactical media events are necessarily ephemeral – they exist only as long as they continue to be effective; once their utility has been exhausted, they vanish into thin air. While it may form a part of a long-term strategy, tactical media itself is concerned with temporary destabilization rather than permanent transformation. Continue reading


Jun 25, 16:56
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