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boDig 08 – Bodies & Technologies [tr Istanbul]

boDig 08 – ara-yüz(süz) :: September 15-25, 2008 :: Istanbul :: Call for Installations – Deadline: August 15, 2008.

Multidisciplinary artistic creation platform boDig is organizing a series of events called boDig 08 on bodies & technologies within the frame of the International Project Absent Interfaces Lab. The partners include L’animal a l’esquena (Celrà/Girona) and Centre for Drama Art (Zagreb).

boDig 08 includes stage performances, installations, artists’ labs, workshops, public meetings and club events around live arts and new media technologies. boDig focuses on innovative and experimental works without restricting the medium, and this year encourages the applying artists to approach the theme of “absent interfaces” in their installation works. Continue reading


Jul 23, 17:36
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Live Stage: Publish and Be Damned [uk London]

Publish and Be Damned, the One-Day Self-Publishing Fair :: August 3, 2008; 12 – 6 pm :: Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES :: Free admission.

Publish and Be Damned, the One-Day Self-Publishing Fair, in its 5th year, provides a network for artists, writers, and musicians to distribute and disseminate material amongst other producers, and the public. Publish and Be Damned (PaBD) continues to profile individual and experimental approaches to making and distributing publications outside of the commercial mainstream. Continue reading


Jul 22, 20:29
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Networking Futures: … Against Corporate Globalization

Networking Futures: The Movements Against Corporate Globalization by Jeffrey S. Juris (Duke University Press): Since the first worldwide protests inspired by Peoples’ Global Action(PGA)— including the mobilization against the November 1999 World Trade Organization meetings in Seattle—anti–corporate globalization activists have staged direct action protests against multilateral institutions in cities such as Prague, Barcelona, Genoa, and Cancun. Barcelona is a critical node, as Catalan activists have played key roles in the more radical PGA network and the broader World Social Forum process.

In 2001 and 2002, the anthropologist Jeffrey S. Juris participated in the Barcelona-based Movement for Global Resistance, one of the most influential anti–corporate globalization networks in Europe. Continue reading


Jul 22, 20:23
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(New)Media Art in Museums [hr Rijeka]

International symposium: (New)Media Art in Museums: production – keeping – presentation :: City Hall, City Government edifice, Korzo 16, Rijeka, Croatia (organized by Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art) :: October 15 – 17, 2008 :: Call for papers – Deadline: August 20, 2008.

The aim of the international symposium (New)Media Art in Museums is to consider status of (new)media art in museum collections, conditions of keeping, protection, modes of exhibiting and all the changes that (new) media art introduces into the everyday practice of contemporary museums. Special attention will be paid to the specifics regarding production and rights that evolve from interrelations between museum – author – agency – certified producer. Continue reading


Jul 22, 18:04
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Live Stage: Breaking Boredom [eg Alexandria]

Breaking BoredomEngy Aly, George Azmy, Hani Mahfouz, Ibrahim Eslam, Mahmoud Hamdy, Mofa. Curated by: Ahmed Foula :: August 7 – 21, 2008 :: Opening: August 7, 2008; 8:00 pm :: Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum (ACAF), 10 Hussein Hassab Street, Flat 6, Azarita, Alexandria, Egypt.

Far from the consumptive aspect, which is closely connected to the nature of the field of graphic design as one of the applied arts, this project is based on exploring new design approaches that depends on the coincidence in its construction; 6 Graphic designers participated in this project to create 12 designs according to particular rules that differs from the traditional thought patterns. Breaking Boredom is a project that relies on the idea of Exquisite Corpse game, which was invented in 1925. The rules of the game were used to generate a succession of designs, as each participant will use the endpoint created by the previous designer to start his contribution. Each design consists of four consecutive contributions. Continue reading


Jul 21, 12:38
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Out of this World [us Pittsburgh]

Out of this World ::until September 13, 2008 :: Wood Street Galleries, 601 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Jean-Pierre Aube, Maria Antelman, Vera-Maria Glahn, Marcus Wendt and Gail Wight investigate macro and micro cosmologies in the form of an interactive installation, video installations and photography.

Artist and programmer, Jean-Pierre Aube holds an MFA from Université du Québec a Montréal. His work work has consistently used recuperative technology and data acquisition systems to question nature. Since 2000, he has worked on capturing the sounds of the aurora borealis through the use of very low frequency receivers. His VLF.Natural Radio project is being presented as a flat screen video work. The artist writes that: Continue reading


Jul 19, 12:24
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Upgrade! International: Chain Reaction [mk Skopje]

Upgrade! International 3: Chain Reaction :: September 11-14, 2008 :: Skopje, Macedonia :: Open to the Public.

The first and the second Upgrade! International gatherings took place in the United States in 2005 and 2006. After this experience, some members of the network expressed their wish to get familiar with other countries, artistic contexts and realities of Upgrade! members. Upgrade! Skopje, hosted by Line initiative and movement, received the network’s support to organize and host the 3rd international gathering. Continue reading


Jul 18, 14:11
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Reblogged Towards Participative Ecology: the OpenSpime project

OpenSpime is a project of a pervasive technology infrastructure that allows individuals and corporations to better understand their environment, through the use of a series of GPS-enabled sensors.

A brainchild of Leandro Agrò, Roberto Ostinelli and David Orban, OpenSpime was inspired by Bruce Sterling’s vision of “Internet of Things”. Sterling describes a new type of technological device called “spime“, a physical object that is part of the internet as it becomes trackable in space and time, through pervasive RFID communications and GPS navigation. Continue reading


Jul 18, 13:55
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CONFLUX Festival 2008 [us NYC]

CONFLUX Festival 2008 :: September 11-14, 2008 :: Center for Architecture, NYC.

Conflux is the annual New York festival for contemporary psychogeography, the investigation of everyday urban life through emerging artistic, technological and social practice. At Conflux, visual and sound artists, writers, urban adventurers and the public gather for four days to explore their urban environment.

People from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures come together at the festival to re-imagine the city as a playground, a space for positive change and an opportunity for civic engagement. The Village Voice describes Conflux as a “network of maverick artists and unorthodox urban investigators – making fresh, if underground, contributions to pedestrian life in New York City, and upping the ante on today’s fight for the soul of high-density metropolises.” Continue reading


Jul 18, 13:38
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… Art in the Age of Intellectual Property [de Dortmund]

[Image: Negativland and Tim Maloney (US), Gimme the Mermaid, Video, 2002, Screenshot] Anna Kournikova Deleted By Memeright Trusted System – Art in the Age of Intellectual Property :: July 19 – October 19, 2008 :: Hartware MedienKunstVerein, PHOENIX Halle, Dortmund, Germany

‘You can’t use it without my permission … I’m gonna sue your ass!’ shouts Disney’s Little Mermaid with the angry voice of a copyright lawyer in the video Gimme the Mermaid (4:49 min., 2000). The video by Negativland and Tim Maloney is one of twenty eight works included in Anna Kournikova Deleted By Memeright Trusted System: Art in the Age of Intellectual Property, an exhibition presented by Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV). It is part of Work 2.0 – Copyright and Creative Work in the Digital Age. Continue reading


Jul 18, 12:37
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