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直接当下:网络文化与现实诗学

networked.jpg直接当下:网络文化与现实诗学 by Kazys Varnelis; Chinese Translation by Lily & Honglei:

在整个九十年代,数字计算和网络技术在很大程度上只应用于办公室工作,其文化影响仅限于个别专有领域的爱好者。如果说这十年的新媒体艺术形成了一种非常重要的艺术亚文化,它基本上还是孤立和自我参照的,部分原因是由于艺术家们对黑客文化的迷恋,由于长期以来格林伯格主义者 (Greenbergian) 的艺术审察, 还由于艺术机构将其边缘化. 在电脑离开有限的用户群体, 成为有广泛社会功能之前,瓦克﹒寇司克 (Vuk Cosic),朱迪(Jodi),阿列克谢﹒舒利金 (Alexei Shulgin),和希思﹒班廷 (Heath Bunting) 等艺术家重演了二十世纪初的前卫战略,同时将图形与八十年代黑客文化的程序演示平等化[1].

今天,相比之下,数字技术,是日常生活中的明确无误的存在,并逐渐与地来自主流社会的需要和公约不可分割的. 网络文化是一个广泛的社会文化的转变,就像后现代性,并不限于科技发展或“新媒体” [2]. 正因为数字和网络技术的成熟与当代文化是不可分割的, 我们必须在更宽广的背景下理解其, 事实上, 这甚至比电视产生于后现代的现象更令人瞩目. 今天, 可以说, 所有的艺术都是网络艺术的一种延伸.


Nov 22, 18:35
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Live Stage: S O U N D L I N E S [za Johannesburg]

S O U N D L I N E S – a drawing for sound interpretation by Marcus Neustetter, with Joao Orecchia, Murray Turpin, Daniel Stompie Selebi, Ziza Mhlongo, Zubz :: November 25, 2009; 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Sound and Motion Studios / CaityVarsity (Old Carfax Space), Newtown.

After drawing the city skyline of Johannesburg as sheet music, sound artists and musicians were invited to interpret and respond to these images. Recording sessions for improvisation and collaboration were held in Johannesburg’s Sound and Motion Studios. The resulting sound-scapes are presented by Marcus Neustetter in an unabridged (20m15s) and a shorter (2m52s) version. Continue reading


Nov 22, 17:52
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What The Fork?! Distributed and Open Practices in FLOSS Art

make art is an international festival dedicated to the integration of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in digital art. The fourth edition of make art – “What The Fork?!” distributed and open practices in FLOSS art – will take place in Poitiers (FR), from December, 8-13, 2009. With Aharon Amir (GB), Wayne Clements (GB), FooCorp (GB), Gijs Gieskes (NL), Gullibloon (AT/DE), Adnan Hadzi (CH), Lisa Haskel (GB), Reni Hofmuller (AT), Olivier Laruelle (FR), LAFKON (DE), Anne Laforet (FR), Mattin (ES), Antoine Moreau (FR), Nathalie Magnan (FR), No Copy Paste (HU), Noyade (FR), Jean Sepulchre (FR), Wesley Smith (US), Koray Tahiro#lu (TR/FI), The Guardians of the Tradition (US), Taku Unami (JP), Milovann Yanatchkov (FR), Simon Yuill (GB), Jeremie Zimmermann (FR), IOhannes M. Zmolnig (AT), … Francais below. Continue reading


Nov 22, 17:38
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Artistic License

Produce your own customized Artistic License in a matter of minutes using your web browser. Instead of biometrics and radio frequency ID chips, Artistic License embraces freedom, collaboration, sharing, and imagination as keys to a more appealing modernity. While your Artistic License does not require that you look like yourself, and it does not impose factual restrictions, it nonetheless has the truthiness coveted by authority. And, if you make yours before December 15, 2009, you will be eligible for a free laminated Artistic License.

Choose from among these rationales for participation or invent your own: Continue reading


Nov 22, 14:04
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Live Stage: Best Practices in Banana Time [secondlife Second Life]

Best Practices in Banana Time — a live talk show hosted by Doctor Rodenberger :: November 21, 2009; 5:00 – 8:00 pm (SLT/PST) :: Double Happiness Manufacturing, Eyebeam Island, Second Life (90, 34, 124)

Doctor Rodenberger from DOUBLE HAPPINESS MANUFACTURING will be interviewing 3 well know and amazing SL residents that do the same thing in their 1st lives as their Second Life! We’ll be discussing how the virtual environment of Second Life affects the meaning and value of one’s work. A RL audience will be watching the show from Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center in Buffalo, NY. Both RL and SL audience members will be able to participate in a Q & A with talk show guests. Continue reading


Nov 21, 17:32
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Ambient.TV’s Mapping CCTV around Whitehall

Ambient.TV’s Mapping CCTV around Whitehall, Review by Rob Myers, furtherfield.org.

Two-part exercise to map CCTV cameras around Whitehall, London, within a zone covered by SOCPA (Serious and Organized Crime and Police Act 2005). A map of the hundreds of cameras in the zone was made over two days of observation. The second part involved mapping the range of one of these cameras, no. 40 in Villiers street, by intercepting its signal as it was transmitted wirelessly without encryption. As passers-by entered the marked area covered by the camera, they were alerted to the its presence and handed a copy of the map of CCTV cameras in Whitehall. Continue reading


Nov 20, 15:24
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Media Fragments Working Group – Video, Audio, Images

The mission of the Media Fragments Working Group, part of the Video in the Web Activity, is to address temporal and spatial media fragments in the Web using Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI). It involves breaking up video so you can link to points in the timeline (deep hyperlinking), enabling video to be broken up into parts. See this.

From – Use cases and requirements for Media Fragments: Audio and video resources on the World Wide Web are currently treated as “foreign” objects, which can only be embedded using a plugin that is capable of decoding and interacting with the media resource. Continue reading


Nov 20, 14:15
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“Almost Perfect Co-production Residency” Deadline Soon

Almost Perfect Co-production Residency: Call for Applications — Deadline: December 5, 2009.

The Banff New Media Institute’s Almost Perfect Co-production Residency aims to explore location-based artwork and the repercussions of producing work for place. This annual, concentrated, experimental prototyping lab explores the creation and context of location.

The massive scale of Banff National Park’s Rocky Mountains and the expanse of the Great Plains to the east provide a unique opportunity to un-tether from the usual coordinates of place. Geographies of time, scale, and great disruption lay exposed, lending themselves to the call and response of technology and nature. Continue reading


Nov 20, 14:14
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Live Stage: Critics Floating in the Virtual Sphere [nl Amsterdam + online]

[Image: Network visualization of the Documenta 12 Magazines project] Critics Floating in the Virtual Sphere: Will Art Criticism Survive the Digital Age? — International Seminar :: December 9, 2009; 2:00 -5:00 pm :: De Balie, Amsterdam and Live webcast.

The digital revolution has profound effects on the status of art criticism. With newspapers and other printed media in decline, the traditional platform for critical reflection on art has shrunk or shifted towards electronic (web-based) media. Continue reading


Nov 20, 13:55
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Database of Virtual Art: Collective Tool for the Field

As pioneer in the field, the Database of Virtual Art (DVA) has been documenting the rapidly evolving digital installation art for more than a decade. Cooperating with known media artists, researchers and institutions as members allows the DVA to develop into the collective project in the field. There have been a number of online archives supported over the years, but almost all no longer have funding and have either disappeared or exist in a frozen condition.

The DVA is beginning a renewed phase of further development with existing and new members. Based on the concept of expanded documentation it epitomizes a collective, project dedicated to media art. 500 artists selected from over 5,000 applicants offer the best selection of thousands of high quality artworks. Besides the artists, more than 300 theorists and media art historians are contributors. The DVA is a scholarly project and from the beginning a university-based endeavor. Continue reading


Nov 20, 12:50
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