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Mar 30, 17:16
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Reblogged “Primal Source” by Usman Haque

Live Stage: Jillian McDonald [ca Toronto]

Performance Creation Canada presents Jillian McDonald – Keynote Address :: April 3, 2009; 6:00 – 7:30 pm :: Harbourfront Centre, Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay, Toronto, Canada.

One of the main topics on the table for this event is the examination of performance as it crosses over into other mediums and forms. What changes when performance takes place in a photograph? Or a video? In non-traditional sites? McDonald is wrestling with these questions in her work: from questions of pop culture and celebrity identity to the blending of the self and fictional characters in performative videos and photographs. To launch the discussion for PCC Toronto, this keynote will address how a multidisciplinary practice works across the blurry lines between performance, visual, and media art from McDonald’s perspective as an artist. Continue reading


Mar 30, 15:44
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Live Stage: Stranger than Fiction [Bronx]

Stranger than Fiction — Presentations and Work by Yasmine Alwan, Sergio Bessa, Melissa A Calderón, Ethan Ham, Jane Hsu, Edwin Torres and Spanic Attack, and Angie Waller :: April 4, 2009; 5:00 pm :: Synthetic Zero Art Space, 305 East 140th St #1a, Bronx, NY.

The movie Stranger than Fiction is about an author who is literally writing a real person’s life as it happens. The event Stranger than Fiction features interdisciplinary art and literary work that fictionalizes: it follows the lives of strangers, disorients while browsing the internet, uses social networks in ways not originally intended, refers to new schools of thought, and is cryptically dispensed and dispersed. The installation of Stranger than Fiction is artifacts and archives related to the event: a networked computer, video, photographs, signage, a manuscript, clothing, supplemental books, and a comfy couch. — Curated by Laura Napier


Mar 30, 15:31
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Joseph Nechvatal Interview


Joseph Nechvatal Interview from Anthony-Masterson on Vimeo.

Interview with Joseph Nechvatal, post-conceptual digital artist, composer and art theoretician who creates computer-assisted paintings and computer animations, often using custom-created computer viruses at Wm Turner Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 2009.


Mar 30, 15:15
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Paralelo: Technology & Environment [br São Paulo]

Paralelo: Technology & EnvironmentA Meeting Point For Artists, Designers & Researchers :: March 29 – April 2, 2009 :: Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS), Avenida Europa, 158, Jardim Europa, CEP 01449-000, São Paulo, Brazil :: Overview of Streams & Reportage; Live Stream (WMV), Live Stream (Windows Media Player); IRC.

PARALELO is a unique five day project – workshops, symposia and live events. It brings together artists and designers working with media from three different countries – Brazil, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, to discuss different ways in which collaborations across disciplinary and cultural borders can enable research and new insights into global and local ecological problems. Continue reading


Mar 29, 11:58
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Internet Art in the Global South [za Johannesburg]

Internet Art in the Global South @ Joburg Art Fair 2009 :: curated by Tegan Bristow (Upgrade! Johannesburg and Digital Arts Division of the Wits School of Arts) in collaboration with Upgrade! International: Berlin, Boston – Turbulence.org, Chicago, Lisbon, Paris, Sao Paulo, Seoul, and Tel-Aviv – Jerusalem.

Internet Art in the Global South explores and highlights a broad range of Internet art genres by artists in the global south, and works orientated towards its geography and politics. The project was born out of an interest to uncover artists working with the Internet as a primary medium in South Africa. The selection grew to encompass works from or about South America and Asia. Reviewed in The Times (Johannesburg) and the Mail & Guardian.


Mar 28, 11:26
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An Xiao on Twitter as an Artistic Medium

“…Writer Nicholas Carr noted in a 2007 post on his blog Rough Type, “Twitter is the telegraph system of Web 2.0.” The parallels between microblogging media and the telegraph are apparent — speed, brevity, and a need for acronyms — but their purposes are entirely different. Whereas telegrams were used for business and important personal communication, tweets generally act as wide broadcasts and rarely contain substantive information. Telegrams conveyed news of deaths, deals, and diplomacy; tweets convey breakfast habits.

My project for the Brooklyn Museum aimed to look at the why of Twitter. I communicated daily minutiae, such as “AN XIAO SLEEPY” and “COFEE POT EMPTY. PLEASE ADVISE,” all in Morse code. Each tweet appeared solely in dots and dashes, but I provided an online translator which allowed readers to simply copy and paste the code to get a response in the Roman alphabet. Continue reading


Mar 27, 12:42
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Live Stage: Are You There? [uk Exeter + online]

Are You There? — A Performative Presentation by Helen Varley Jamieson and Paula Crutchlow :: March 29, 2009; 10:00 am (UK), 10:00 pm (NZ) (your time here) :: Part of Performing Presence: From the Live to the Simulated :: March, 26-29, 2009 :: Centre for Intermedia, University of Exeter, UK :: Paula will be on-site at the conference and Helen will appear from New Zealand via UpStage. There will be a live link 15 minutes before the presentation time.

Are you there? is a conversation about presence between two friends on opposite sides of the world. Using Skype and UpStage, their dialogue is a remembering of shared real time/ space, an enactment of mediated relationship and a discussion of remote presence as a powerful and contested theatrical device. Continue reading


Mar 26, 17:03
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Radiant Copenhagen [dk Copenhagen + online]

Radiant Copenhagen is a future version of Copenhagen. Using Google maps and Wiki technologies, the group has created a Copenhagen dressed in dystopian scenery and amusing attire. You will find stories and images about peoples and places, atypical architecture, fictional art projects, suspended gravity, environmental peculiarities and the wonders of future transport, literary permutations and poetic vignettes. Radiant Copenhagen takes the internet project as its base, but spreads into the real city, with enactments of staged reality appearing without warning. Continue reading


Mar 26, 15:51
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