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Building_Space_with_Words [us Brooklyn, NY]

Building_Space_with_Words by Anne-Laure Fayard and Aileen Wilson :: until March 27, 2009 :: NYU-Poly, Wunsch Building, 311 Bridge Street, Brooklyn, NY + webcam.

Like its co-creator, Anne-Laure Fayard, a social scientist whose background spans the disciplines of philosophy to human-computer interaction, Building_Space_with_Words doesn’t fit into a neat category. The month-long art installation is part experiment, part research artifact, part think-piece. Ms. Fayard, an NYU-Poly assistant professor of management, and co-creator, Aileen Wilson, an associate professor of art and design at Pratt Institute, designed Building_Space_with_Words as a hybrid offline/online environment that asks: Continue reading


Mar 26, 12:41
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“Curatorial Production” @ Arte Nuevo InteractivA ’09 [mx Yucatan]

Interdisciplinary Experimental Laboratory Curatorial Production Workshop @ Arte Nuevo InteractivA ’09: International Biennial of the New Arts, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.

The fifth edition of the international biennial exhibition of New Arts, Media and Electronic Art, and Interdisciplinary Experimental Laboratory has initiated activities which will culminate in the inauguration of the exhibit Art with Internet Technology, at the Museo de la Ciudad de Merida on May 28, 2009.

The workshop, Curatorial Production, is offered by Raul Moarquech Ferrera-Balanquet, executive curator of the project, and includes among its participants artists, historians, gallery owners and theater directors from the city of Merida. Continue reading


Mar 26, 12:03
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Random Rules – Artists’ Selections from YouTube

Random Rules – A Channel of Artists’ Selections from YouTube; curated by Marina Fokidis; with Andreas Angelidakis, Aids 3D ( Daniel Keller and Nick Kosmas), assume vivid astro focus, Pablo Leon de la Barra, Eric Beltran, Keren Cytter, Jeremy Deller, Cerith Wyn Evans, Dominique Gonzalez Foerster, Dora Garcia, Rodney Graham, Annika Larsson, Matthieu Laurette, Ingo Niermann, Miltos Manetas, Ahmet Ögüt, Angelo Plessas, Lisi Raskin, Linda Wallace.

The history of moving image seems to have ‘seriously’ diverted from its canonical route ever since the launch of YouTube, in 2005, the website which made possible for anyone who could use a computer to post a video that millions of people could watch within a few minutes. Continue reading


Mar 26, 11:49
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Live Stage: Bifo + Wark [us Brooklyn, NY]

16 Beaver presents Monday Night Field Trip: Italian Media Theorist & Cultural Agitator Bifo with MacKenzie Wark @ The Change You Want To See Gallery :: March 30, 2009; 7:30 pm, 9 :: 84 Havemeyer St., at Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, NY + live broadcast at Black Betty (across the street).

Of the Danger of Love, Refusal of Labor, and the Beauty of Autonomy: Please join us for a conversation with renowned philosopher, media activist and cultural agitator Franco Berardi (aka Bifo) and media theorist MacKenzie Wark, author of Game Theory and A Hacker’s Manifesto.

Bifo has been a pivotal figure in Italian social movements for that past 40 years. Continue reading


Mar 26, 11:39
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Live Stage: Rachel Armstrong, Bio Feminism [uk London]

Thursday Club: Rachel Armstrong:Bio Feminism — Move Over Darwin with respondent, Joanna Zylinska :: March 26, 2009; 6 -8 pm :: Seminar Rooms, Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross, South East London.

A significant change is occurring in the biological sciences with implications for feminist identity politics. This illustrated presentation examines cutting edge developments from pioneering laboratories and invites the audience to engage with the notion that Bio Feminism is set to play a pioneering role in the science of the third millennium. Continue reading


Mar 25, 14:26
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Live Stage: Public Receptors – Beneath the Skin [us NYC]

Public Receptors: Beneath the Skin — A Textile Installation by Gabi Schillig :: April 2-17, 2009 :: Opening Reception: April 2; 6:30 pm :: Van Alen Institute, 30 West 22nd Street, New York City.

Van Alen Institute is pleased to announce Public Receptors: Beneath the Skin, a textile installation by New York Prize Fellow Gabi Schillig, a conceptual artist and architect based in Berlin. Schillig’s wearable spatial structures mediate between private users and public spaces, provoking new relationships between bodies, clothing, and the built environment. Redefining the garment as tactile architecture, Schillig explores the potential for soft geometries and surfaces of textiles, conventionally associated with individual bodies and human scale, to generate alternative arrangements of social space and modes of interaction in the urban fabric. Continue reading


Mar 24, 16:05
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Live Stage: Raqs Media Collective [hk Hong Kong]

Asia Art Archive presents As Transient as a Whale by Raqs Media Collective :: March 26, 2009; 6:30 – 8:00 pm :: :: Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.

Hong Kong has had two curious visitors in this month, a lost humpbacked whale on a detour and the Raqs Media Collective at the Asia Art Archive. Humpbacked Whales, like memories in a city eager to live forever in the future, are an endangered species. While Raqs has not yet met the whale, they have spent time with some of Hong Kong’s memories. They have also spent some time thinking about the place of memory in an archive. In their lecture-performance presentation – As Transient as a Whale – Raqs will present their field notes, research and the images they have been working with as they travel in Hong Kong. Continue reading


Mar 24, 15:20
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Live Stage: Lucia Santaella [br São Paulo]

Upgrade! São Paulo: Internet 2.0 & 3.0 and the Culture of Mobility by Lucia Santaella :: April 4, 2009; 10:00 am :: Ateliê Unicentro Belas Artes de São Paulo, R. Dr. Álvaro Alvim, 76 – Vila Mariana.

Lucia Santaella is full professor at São Paulo Catholic University (PUCSP), PhD in Literary Theory (1973-PUCSP) and Livre-docente in Communication Studies (1993-ECA/USP). She is the director of CIMID, Center of Research in Digital Media, PUCSP, and also the director of the Center for Peirce Studies. Continue reading


Mar 24, 12:03
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Video Games, in Search of a Warp Zone

Video Games, in Search of a Warp Zone by Eryk Salvaggio: The birth of modern gaming probably began in 1968, the launch date for the Magnavox Odyssey video game system. It wasn’t the first video game, but it was the first video game console capable of supporting a library of external software. It launched the one-system, many-games model of gaming we know today.

At 41 years old, gaming is facing a mid-life crisis: not only are the original players of games beginning to grapple with existential pangs of self-doubt — so is the industry that supports them. And so the market — and the audience, and the independent crafters of code — have collided to create games that address the desire for meaning and maturity left out of younger days spent killing time and space creatures for the accumulation of superficial rewards.

One of the central questions addressed at Floating Points 6: Games of Culture | Art of Games, Continue reading


Mar 24, 11:34
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