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Live Stage: Critical Conversations [us San Francisco]

emptylimo.jpgSubversive Complicity: Critical Conversations in a Limo – created by Holly Crawford :: May 1, 2008; 5, 6, 7, and 8 pm :: The LAB, 16th and Capp St., San Francisco :: The limo will leave from and return to The LAB. Reserve your free space by calling the gallery at (415) 864-8855 :: Exhibition runs May 1-24, 2008 :: Opening Reception: May 1, 6-9 pm.

Hop into a white limousine with eight strangers to converse about anything in art for one hour. Hosts, who are critics and curators, will guide conversations and offer refreshments. Continue reading


Apr 21, 12:33
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Like Snow, WiFi

survivall.jpgSURVIVALL, ‘Sur-viv-all’, is a word which reflects the 3 languages used during the project, which formed part of Andre Lemos’ sabbatical research at University of Alberta – English, French and Portuguese. The joint interest of the artists was to reflect on the relationship between the virtual territories of cyberspace, abstract representations of our worlds and the material conditions of life. In this case, the videos collected along the way show not only suburbia in winter snow but the blanket of private wifi signals, both closed and open which were detected at the beginning and end of each ‘letter’. Continue reading


Apr 18, 18:01
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MMUVE IT! – Call for Entries

3_zz245.jpgThe Australia Council for the Arts is offering up to $30,000 for a collaborative, embodied art project in a massive multi-user virtual environment (MMUVE). The grant aims to give Australian artists the opportunity to creatively and critically explore interactive, virtual worlds, with a particular focus on the body and interfaces facilitating ‘mixed realities’. The grant allows for a collaborative team of up to three artists (including a digital visual media practitioner) to develop inter-disciplinary artwork in a MMUVE of their choice. Continue reading


Apr 18, 17:44
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Reblogged Worldview

wvall.jpg[Worldview is an urban installation for tourists that enables them to record their experience with both an instant-print postcard and a video clip and look through realtime windows into public spaces in other cities.] Fitting in with the surveillance theme in the last few posts but also some older work discussed here (World Bench, Miroir Aux Silhouettes, Intimate Transactions and the work of Paul Sermon), Worldview (by Haque Design) allows users to engage with both the spaces around them, subsequent users to the installation and users interacting with a similar installation elsewhere. Continue reading


Apr 18, 17:21
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KMA (Kit Monkman and Tom Wexler)

Slow Furl

vivisection2.jpgINTERArChTIVE has commissioned Mette Ramsgard Thomsen (School of Architecture and Design, University of Brighton) and Karin Bech to develop the interactive installation Slow Furl for the Architecture 08 festival in June at Lighthouse in Brighton. The proposal is to make a room size textile installation that acts and reacts on its inhabitation. The installation exists as a soft and pliable skin that lines the Lighthouse space. The skin shifts. As guests enter and move within the foyer, the skin moves imperceptibly at deep timeframes, creating new cavities and spaces, revealing slits and apertures. Continue reading


Apr 18, 11:49
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Live Stage: Time-Based Conceptual Art [us Los Angeles]

tbart.jpgTime-Based Conceptual Art Symposium :: April 19, 2008; 3:00 pm :: EDA (on the ground floor, next to the elevators), Broad Art Center, UCLA (directions).

TELIC Arts Exchange presents a symposium on time-based conceptual art at UCLA with the Department of Design | Media Arts and basjanader.com. This symposium is held in conjunction with our exhibition, Gravity Art. It is free and open to the public. Two artists from the exhibition will speak: Guido van der Werve and Marco Schuler. The curator of the exhibition, Rene Daalder, will give a short talk about Gerry Schum’s film Identifications, which will then be screened. At the end of the evening, Seven Easy Pieces by Marina Abramovic will be screened for the first time in Los Angeles. Continue reading


Apr 18, 11:12
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_Augmentology 1[L]0[L]1_ by Mary-Anne (Mez) Breeze

drop.jpgArs Virtua is pleased to announce _Augmentology 1[L]0[L]1_ by Mary-Anne (Mez) Breeze. Mez has initiated this work as part of her ongoing interrogation of the space, place and language of synthetic worlds. This text brings Mez’ prodigious talents and experience to bear on several fundamental issues relating to the nature of game and social space:

_Augmentology 1[L]0[L]1_ explores concepts that shape and are shaped by an extensive range of online / synthetic encounters. These concepts are formed through principles generated internally within specific online environments. Continue reading


Apr 18, 10:24
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Live Stage: Space [us Brooklyn]

space.jpgSPACE :: April 26, 2008; 7:30 pm :: Monkeytown 58N 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY :: $5/door $10/minimum.

This show will feature new and experimental works in dance, music, and video art. Each artist/team came up with a work based on meditations on the word “SPACE.” The artists with works being shown are:

Nina Barnett & Robyn Nesbitt, Jessica Feldman, David Jensenius, Hiram Navarrete, Jessica Noe & Kate March, Blithe Riley, Kathleen Stanard, Carl Testa.


Apr 18, 10:06
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Reblogged Live in the Studio

wax.jpgFor Internal Message Search: A Performative Installation, opening Friday, April 18th, pioneering video and internet artist Nina Sobell will install her Location One artist residency studio in the not-for-profit art center’s project space, where she will carry on her practice for the duration of the show. Visitors will be able to see Sobell’s recent wax sculptures and drawings, interact freely with the artist, and even accompany her for impromptu musical sessions (Sobell is a skilled improvisational guitarist and keyboardist). Continue reading


Apr 18, 09:35
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