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Reblogged “Body Navigation” Dance Installation and Danish Dance Theatre’s “Labyrinth”

Body Navigation,” from the Recoil Performance Group, is an interactive dance installation that was part of Danish Dance Theatre’s “Labyrinth” performance, which premiered this past May in Copenhagen:

Body Navigation is based on responsive digital media that allows for the dancers to create graphics with their movements in the stage environment around them. Based on rules and structured in a game-like manner, the installation makes way for a playful dialog between the video artist and the dancers.


Body Navigation by Recoil Performance Group from ole kristensen on Vimeo. Continue reading


Jul 31, 14:35
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Live Stage: Masaki Fujihata [uk Manchester]

Masaki Fujihata, The Conquest of Imperfection :: August 22 - October 19, 2008 :: Preview: August 21, 2008 6.00 - 9.00 pm :: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester, UK.

For his first major UK solo show Masaki Fujihata’s The Conquest of Imperfection will feature eight major installation works, created between 1995–2008. Fujihata uses interactive technology, virtual reality and networking to probe the fundamental questions of human perception and awareness. His installations pose big questions, such as why humans communicate, and what happens through the user’s touch in interactive media work. Continue reading


Jul 31, 11:54
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Live Stage: 080808 UpStage Festival [online]

Stories of identity and histories that connect countries, cultures and centuries are among the performances selected for the 080808 UpStage Festival, which takes place on August 8, 2008.

The festival features 14 live online performances by artists in 14 time zones, and will be accessible to anyone with a standard internet connection and browser. People in Munich, Oslo, Los Angeles and Wellington can also attend ‘real life’ access nodes.

A story of bridges unites the cities New York and Munich, while another performance brings together the every-day lives of women 100 years ago in Turkey, Canada and a Portuguese immigrant to the USA. Continue reading


Jul 31, 11:36
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Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller [uk Edinburgh]

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller - The House Of Books Has No Windows :: Edinburgh Art Festival Exhibition :: July 31 - September 28, 2008 :: The Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.

A rare chance to experience the work of one of the most internationally respected artist partnerships, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller. Cardiff/Miller’s collaborative installations are multi-layered, multi-media experiences. Using objects, images and sound, they collage together impressions and experiences, memory and history, mixing references to high and popular culture in works which draw an audience into a series of intensely credible fictional worlds. Continue reading


Jul 31, 11:18
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-empyre- Models + Perspectives for Media Centers + Net Art Organizations

empyre.jpgLately, a number of institutions, based on more or less conventional models, seem to be focusing on fomenting art and culture created with digital, networked and portable devices. This is not a new phenomenon, but there seem to be different approaches, and a variety of unfoldings that shift away from the classic MediaLAB models, as the convergence of art, science and technology no longer seems to be dominant on a field nowadays diverse enough to range from social and educational perspectives to artistic experimentation of all kinds.

There are mixed scenarios, on this context, in which digital culture reaches places such as China and India, while mobile and wireless networks adds layers of complexity to our connected society. Continue reading


Jul 30, 15:26
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betwixt and between

Nicola Feiks and Mario Strk performing betwixt and between in Brut Konzerthaus, Vienna. Continue reading


Jul 30, 15:16
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Rencontres Internationales Paris / Berlin / Madrid

Rencontres Internationales Paris / Berlin / Madrid :: Call for Entries - Deadline: August 25, 2008.

Rencontres Internationales will take place at the Centre Pompidou, at the Jeu de Paume national museum and in other key locations in Paris in November 2008. The same program will be presented in Madrid in April 2009 and in Berlin in June 2009.

Those three events will propose an international programming focusing on film, video and multimedia, gathering works of artists and filmmakers acknowledged on the international scene along with young artists and filmmakers. Continue reading


Jul 30, 15:12
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International Prize for Performance

International Prize for Performance, Fourth edition :: Deadline for Applications: August 31, 2008 :: Final evenings: October 10-11, 2008 :: Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Via Belenzani 46, 38100 Trento - Italia :: galleria_civica [at] comune.trento.it

The International Prize for Performance, organized by the Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea of Trento, in collaboration with Centro Servizi Culturali Santa Chiara and with the support of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio of Trento and Rovereto, can be characterized as the first and only prize for performance that exists in the world and proposes the same formula as last years, which saw high participation numbers from both the public and the artists. Continue reading


Jul 30, 11:43
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openFrameworks @ Ars: Call for Participation [at Linz]

This year, at Ars Electronica (sept 4 - 9) openFrameworks is planning to make something pretty unique. Essentially, it’s a laboratory space where a group of us will make artwork live during the course of the festival. The idea is to build a space where a dozen or so hackers, tinkerers and researchers will hang out and experiment, make stuff, create guerrilla exhibitions around the festival and document their progress and discoveries. The work that we do will come directly out suggestions from the festival audience members — and hopefully, over the 5 days, we’ll create a kind of good feedback loop between getting suggestions, making projects and exhibiting the results.

For us, we like a project like this because it can demo really well the activity of the community, and it’s a great chance to meet face to face and work closely together, since many of us are spread out in different locations. Continue reading


Jul 28, 13:03
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Adriene Jenik + particle group [us San Diego]

SPECFLIC 2.6 by Adriene Jenik + Particles of Interest by particle group :: August 6 - October 3, 2008 :: Reception: October 2; 6:00 pm :: gallery@calit2, Atkinson Hall, University of California, San Diego, CA.

New-media art installations that caution visitors about a future when books are relics of the past, and nanoparticles represent a pervasive threat to human health, will be on display starting August 4 at the gallery@calit2 on the campus of the University of California, San Diego. The joint exhibition will present SPECFLIC 2.6 by UC San Diego Visual Arts professor Adriene Jenik, and Particles of Interest by particle group, an art collective composed of independent and UCSD-based artists and writers. Continue reading


Jul 28, 12:53
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