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< terminal >: In Search of a New(er) Digital Literature (Artists/Works): “Given its ongoing (and often surprising) metamorphoses on the web, it is dangerous to lay claim to a universal identity for digital literature, where exceptions to the rule often signal the coming of new forms, new iterations. But as a result of recent technologies, and digital literature’s explosive re-invention of itself on the web, some aesthetic patterns may be emerging on the contemporary scene that offer hope for a form still struggling for its public identity.

Of course, not all digital literature is found on the web — interactive multimedia installations, CD/DVD-based works, and live performances with multimedia components, to name a few, are important and fascinating parts of the digital literature scene. Continue reading


Jan 23, 12:04
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Tactical Tech

Tactical Tech is an international NGO working at the point where advocacy meets technology. We use our technical expertise to increase the impact of campaigns in social justice and human rights. Tactical Tech believes that new technologies have significant potential to enhance the work of campaigners and advocates, giving them the tools to gather and analyse information and the means to turn that information into action.

To help make this possible, Tactical Tech has, over the past four years, trained nearly 1,000 advocates and technologists in developing and transition countries in the use of technology for social change, provided consultancy and mentoring to over ten NGO movements and networks and created a suite of toolkits and guides specifically for use by advocates. Continue reading


Jan 23, 11:51
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Live Stage: The Grafting Parlour [ie Dublin]

The Grafting Parlour: Growing Light and Other Conversations at LIGHTWAVE (January 23 – 31) :: January 23 – February 20, 2009 :: Workshop: January 28; 3:00 pm :: Artist Talk: January 29, 6:00 pm :: Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin.

Growing Light and Other Conversations is an eco-communication system for interfacing with science, with a live display of photo-responsive microorganisms based in a remote laboratory, at the Biological Engineering Laboratory at MIT. This web portal into the laboratory is a microscope into living science. Continue reading


Jan 22, 12:12
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Live Stage: Superlight [us Ohio]

Superlight – Selections from the 2nd Biennial 01SJ Global Festival of Art :: January 23 – May 10, 2009 :: Opening: January 23, 2009; 5:00 – 10:00 pm :: Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, 8501 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.

There is nothing particularly lighthearted about global climate change. Or terrorism. Or the history of colonialism. Or global outsourcing. Or pervasive war. Or inescapable poverty. Or a failing educational system. Or a failed relationship, for that matter. Continue reading


Jan 21, 19:00
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.Comics + Hourly Comic Day

Greylock Arts announces Two Online Exhibitions of Web Comics: .Comics — A group exhibition of web comics curated by John Mitchell: Cartoonists have embraced social networking sites and self-publishing tools like no other community of artists. In this exhibition, we have asked arts journalist, comics enthusiast, writer and comics creator, John Mitchell to curate an exhibition of some of his favorite online works.

Works include: “Truth Serum” by Jon Adams, “Goodbye, Crestfallen” by Aaron Alexovich, “Underwire” by Jennifer Hayden, “Super Spy” by Matt Kindt, “Zip and Lil Bit” by Trade Loeffler, “Wondermark” by Dave Malki, “Various comics” by Phil McAndrew, “The 10 Doctors” by Rich Morris, “Next Door Neighbor by Various Creators featuring “Hank and Barbara” by Joan Riley, “Garfield Minus Garfield” by Dan Walsh. Continue reading


Jan 21, 18:45
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Live Stage: Nick Montfort [uk London]

Thursday Club: Nick Montfort: Changing the Way Interactive Fiction is Told :: January 22, 2009; 6 -8 pm :: Seminar Rooms, Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, South East London.

Stories give pleasure and provoke not only because of what happens in them, but also because of how they are told. It is not just the sequence of incidents that makes Lolita, Ulysses, or The Odyssey so compelling, but also the perspectives used, the order in which events are related, and the distance of the narrator from the characters. Continue reading


Jan 20, 15:54
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Algorithmia [us San Francisco]

Root Division invites artists working in web-based media to submit work for Algorithmia :: March 11 – 28, 2009 :: Root Division, 3175 17th Street (at South Van Ness), San Francisco, CA :: Open Call for Web Artists — Deadline: February 9, 2009.

Works selected will be displayed both in the Root Division gallery on a kiosk for the duration of the exhibition and will be linked from the Algorithmia website.

According to the Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language, “algorithm” is defined as “Any particular procedure for solving a certain type of problem.Continue reading


Jan 20, 15:13
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Interspecies [uk Manchester]

InterspeciesBeatriz da Costa, Antony Hall, Ruth Maclennan, Rachel Mayeri, Kira O’Reilly, Nicolas Primat :: January 23 – March 22, 2009 :: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5NH, UK.

Can artists work with animals as equals? It has recently been discovered that humans are closer to the higher primates than was previously thought. This exhibition, hosted at Cornerhouse and organised by The Arts Catalyst on the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth, brings together a group of artists who actively question the sovereignty of the human species over the all other animal species. Continue reading


Jan 20, 14:50
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Mountain Walks [es Asturias]

Mountain Walks with artists Simon Pope and Ibon Aranberri — Picos de Europa National Park (Asturias, Spain) :: March 6, 2009; 8:00 pm – March 7, 2009; 6:00 pm :: Call for Participation — PLACES: 20 (taking part in both routes) — DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: February 27, 2009 :: As part of the activities of LABoral Centro de Arte y CreaciC3n Industrial’s exhibition There is No Road (The road is made by walking).

In his work Simon Pope explores the encounter between landscape and memory by means of evoking individual memories through dialogues. This was the initial approach behind Negotiating Picu CuturruC1au, his work produced for the exhibition There is No Road (The road is made by walking). Continue reading


Jan 20, 14:39
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Live Stage: Double Bind – “auto/hetero” [online]

Double Bind presents auto/hetero — A meeting between jeanfrancois blanquet and TITsANUS, a multilingual web performance :: January 26, 2009; 8:30 pm GMT+1 (Paris time) in the virtual salon of panoplie.org. Open to all. (You must obtain a password to participate in the chat.)

jeanfrancois Blanquet is an inventive, talented and complete artist, he builds prudently, step by step, his language in the middle of the noise of chatter and visual exchanges. Without relent he ventures into the adventure of acceleration, he wants all always faster in order to make always more noise. One can say that jeanfrancois blanquet works to accelerate the world.” (TITsANUS, 1-2009) Continue reading


Jan 20, 12:31
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