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Dear Friends,

Sorry about the inactivity on Networked Performance. I’m having back surgery tomorrow and will return to posting as soon as I am able.

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Jo


Apr 24, 19:11
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Live Stage: Inter_connections [uk Plymouth]

nomad3.jpgCuratorial Network Seminar: Inter_connections - Speakers: Basak Senova, Ute Meta Bauer and Paul O’Neill :: April 25, 2008, 12.30-5.30 pm :: Plymouth Arts Centre, 38 Looe Street, Plymouth.

Plymouth Arts Centre and i-DAT present Inter_connections seminar, the concluding event of a curatorial residency undertaken by Basak Senova. Senova is assistant professor at Kadir Has University, an independent curator and founding member of the Istanbul association NOMAD. Continue reading


Apr 23, 12:59
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Thinking in Telepathic Cities

salon1.jpg[Image Left: Anthony Townsend] “[I]t should be clear that telepathy is historically linked to numerous other tele-phenomena: it is part of the establishment of tele-culture in general. It is necessarily related to other nineteenth-century forms of communication from a distance through new and often invisible channels, including the railway, telegraphy, photography, the telephone and the gramophone. It is this part of a culture which is still in the process of being articulated, and in this respect perhaps the question “Do you believe in telepathy?” need not be regarded as categorically or essentially distinguishable from questions such as “Do you believe in the telephone?” or “Do you believe in television?” Continue reading


Apr 22, 17:33
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The Symbiosis between Design & Information Visualization

231.jpg“Abstract: This paper analyzes the relationships between creative design and the field of information visualization, with a focus on historical connotations and newest developments that show great potential. Empirical evidence shows how designers often employ information visualization as a creative concept capable of significantly determining the design outcome, and vice versa, how information visualization can be enhanced by exploring interdisciplinary concepts, such as design cognition, user engagement, aesthetics and art. Several symbiotic dependencies are explained and demonstrated, including the first conceptual cyberspace and information architecture definitions. Continue reading


Apr 22, 17:07
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“Missed Connections” by Cristobal Mendoza

missedconnections.jpgMissed Connections — by Cristobal Mendoza — is a 2-channel Internet-aware software piece that continuously fetches the latest posts in the “missed connections” section of Craigslist.org. Each post is presented one at a time, and is filtered by looking for so-called stopwords. Computer Scientists define stopwords as those words that do not convey the meaning of a message. In essence, they are considered signal noise in the stream of potential information. Continue reading


Apr 22, 16:59
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b.TWEEN09: Call for Submissions [uk Manchester]

btween.jpgb.TWEEN09: Where Interactive Ideas are Seeded, Shared and Sold :: June 18-20, 2009 :: Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, UK :: Call for Submissions - DEADLINE: April 28, 2008; 5:00 pm.

This year’s b.TWEEN forum has a range of creative and commercial opportunities on offer. To win a grand prize of £10,000, industry specialist development workshops and have your work screened in the Interactive Gallery, at the ICA, FACT and on Big Screens across Manchester: get involved. Submissions to be uploaded on the forum’s website. Continue reading


Apr 22, 13:26
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Conducting Mobility

mobility.jpgConducting Mobility - Brian Collier, Free Soil, Amy Balkin / Kim Stringfellow / Tim Halbur / Greenaction / Pond, kanarinka, Michael Mandiberg, Laurie Palmer, Platform, Josephine Starrs / Leon Cmielewski :: Curators Ryan Griffis and Claude Willey collide with a carload of cultural projects focusing on the problems of mobility and energy :: @ greenmuseum.org.

Our world is continually shaped and reshaped by patterns of mobility. In the United States, motorization and single-use zoning are the principal components of a system that depends upon long distance travel and cheap energy. In the developing world, the wasteful patterns of the West are being repeated in places like China and India where increased automobile and fuel use are quickly becoming the norm. Continue reading


Apr 22, 13:12
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Live Stage: Self-Selected Super St*rs [us Brooklyn]

n11918418743_2631.jpgMTAA’s Self-Selected Super St*rs :: April 29, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Industry City, 55 33rd Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenue), 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY.

MTAA shoot and simultaneously screen two films’ starring you. Are you great at off-the-cuff repartee? Look good taking a nap? Able to read bad sci-fi scripts out loud without laughing? Or are you just perfect at hanging out and being you? MTAA needs you to star in our low budget and barely (if at all) scripted film. Think Chelsea Girls meets Plan 9 from Outer Space while watching Empire. Continue reading


Apr 22, 12:26
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Live Stage: Mader | Stublic | Wiermann [de Berlin]

upgrade_berlin.jpgUpgrade! Berlin presents: Mader | Stublic | Wiermann :: April 25, 2008; 8 pm :: Redesign Deutschland, aka System Lüftung, Torstrasse 94 in Berlin-Mitte (U Rosenthaler Platz oder Rosa Luxemburg Platz).

Heike Wiermann, Holger Mader and Alexander Stublic focus on video art installations, media facades and art in the public sphere. Their latest projects cover for example the spectacular media facade design (”twists and turns”) of the Uniqua tower in Vienna, where they have managed to transform the structure of the architecture into an ever-changing, fluid state of transition. Furthermore, they co-initiated OSRAM’s new light platform Seven Screens, which they launched with their LED-piece Reprojected. This installation focuses on the shadows of computer-simulated people. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:56
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SoftWhere: Software Studies Workshop [us La Jolla]

softwarestudies.jpgSoftWhere: Software Studies Workshop :: May 21-22, 2008 :: Atkinson Hall, University of California San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA.

Following on the first Software Studies Workshop organized by Matthew Fuller (Rotterdam, 2006), the Software Studies Workshop @ UCSD is a foundational event bringing together key U.S. scholars in this emerging area. The workshop will discuss what it means to study software cultures, and the direction and goals of Software Studies as an emerging movement. Our goal is for the workshop to result in publishing a founding statement on the field, as well as initiate a set of interdisciplinary project collaborations. Continue reading


Apr 22, 11:44
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