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Understanding Machinima: Essays on Filmmaking in Virtual Worlds

[Image: Merry-go-Round by Lily & Honglei] Understanding Machinima: Essays on Filmmaking in Virtual Worlds :: Call for Papers — Deadline: August 30, 2010.

Submissions are invited for an edited book with the working title Understanding Machinima: Essays on Filmmaking in Virtual Worlds. Machinima - referring to “filmmaking within a real-time, 3D virtual environment, often using 3D video-game technologies” as well as works which use this animation technique, including videos recorded in computer games or virtual worlds - is challenging the notion of the moving image in numerous media contexts, such as video games, animation, digital cinema and virtual worlds. Continue reading


Feb 25, 19:27
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Live Stage: Tools for Propaganda [nl Rotterdam + online]

Test_Lab: Tools for Propaganda — Experience how new media technologies direct, divert, distract and manipulate your gaze on the world :: March 11, 2010; 8:00 -11:00 pm :: V_2, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam + and streamed live.

Featuring: Maurice Benayoun (FR) | Marc Lee (CH) | Damian Stewart (NZ/AT) | Opening: Alessandro Ludovico (IT) | Screening: uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki | www.subvertr.com | streetwithaview.com.

The increased accessibility and affordability of contemporary media technologies has greatly expanded possibilities for the dissemination of independent and grassroots information. At the same time, these developments have also greatly increased the opportunities for (mis)use of media technologies as powerful and effective tools for political and commercial propaganda. Continue reading


Feb 25, 19:02
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Live Stage: Marta Minujín: MINUCODEs [us NYC]

Marta Minujín: MINUCODEs — curated by: Gabriela Rangel and José Luis Blondet:: March 2 – April 30, 2010 :: Opening Reception: March 2; 6:00 - 8:00 pm :: Americas Society, 680 Park Avenue on 68th Street, New York City.

Marta Minujin is a prominent voice of the Argentinean avant-garde art scene in the 1960s and 70s, with a brilliant international career that helped define the discussion about media, performance, and participation. Minujin is often mentioned as one of the pioneers of happenings. Continue reading


Feb 25, 18:51
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Live Stage: Joseph DeLappe + Pete Froslie [us Cambridge, MA]

Upgrade! Boston: Joseph DeLappe + Pete Froslie :: March 11, 2010; 7:00 - 9:00 pm :: ACT - MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology, 265 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd Floor, Cambridge, MA (Entrance to the right of the MIT Museum).

Joseph DeLappe is an Associate Professor of the Department of Art at the University of Nevada where he directs the Digital Media program. Working with electronic and new media since 1983, his work in online gaming performance and electromechanical installation have been shown throughout the United States and abroad - including exhibitions and performances in Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Peru, China and the Netherlands. Continue reading


Feb 25, 18:03
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The Urban Spectator: American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google

Update: Eric Gordon on ROROTOKO >>

The Urban Spectator: American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google by Eric Gordon:

The Urban Spectator is a lively and utterly fascinating exploration of the ways in which technologies have influenced our collective conception of the American city, as well as our relationship with urban space and architecture. Eric Gordon argues that the city, developing late and in conjunction with a range of modern media, produced a particular way of seeing — what he labels “possessive spectatorship.” Continue reading


Feb 25, 12:48
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Low Lives 2: Call for Participation

Low Lives 2 curated by Jorge Roja :: April 30, 2010; 7:30 - 10:30 pm (EST) :: Call for Participation — Deadline: March 30, 2010.

Now in its second year, Low Lives is a one-night exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at numerous venues throughout the U.S. and around the world. Low Lives 2 will be presented as part of Fusebox Festival in partnership with Co-Lab, Austin, TX; Galeria de La Raza, San Francisco, CA; Diaspora Vibe Gallery, Miami, FL; and The Temporary Space in Houston, TX. Additional presenting partners T.B.A.

Low Lives examines works that critically investigate, challenge, and extend the potential of performance practice presented live through online broadcasting networks. Continue reading


Feb 23, 17:37
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Visual Interpretations Conference [us Cambridge, MA]

Visual Interpretations - Aesthetics, Methods, and Critiques of Information Visualization in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences :: May 20-22, 2010 :: HyperStudio, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA :: Call for Proposals: Deadline: March 31, 2010. Free but you must Register.

How do visual representations of complex data help humanities scholars ask new questions? How does visual rhetoric shape the way we relate to documents and artifacts? And, can we recompose the field of digital humanities to integrate more dynamic analytical methods into humanities research? Continue reading


Feb 23, 17:22
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BBC’s “The Century of the Self”

The Century of the Self, Part 1

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Feb 23, 08:43
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Live Stage: 19 Years + The Power Tool [se Stockholm]

The Studio: 19 Years + The Power Tool by Jon Brunberg :: February 25 - March 21, 2010 :: Opening and Conversation (Jon Brunberg & Catrin Lundqvist @ 6:15): February 25; 6:00 - 8:00 pm :: Moderna Museet, Box 16382, 10327 Stockholm, Sweden.

The Power Tool is an internet-based art work that offers you the possibility to measure your individual power. The piece is process-based and in continuous progress. Jon Brunberg has sharpened the tool for this exhibition, for its visitors, and their decisions regarding their own power. Continue reading


Feb 22, 14:08
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Plastikman Live Visual Contest

Greg J. Smith of Serial Consign writes: Toronto-based Derivative software is teaming up with Richie Hawtin to organize a contest so that fans can design visuals for the Plastikman 2010 tour. Essentially they have bundled a custom version of their TouchDesigner software with four Plastikman tracks and are allowing fans to make visualizations which may be included in his tour dates this year - this collaboration is made possible by a bridge to the Ableton Live. Full info about the contest is here - the endeavour is quite similar to the Nine Inch Nails crowdsourced concert video. Continue reading


Feb 22, 13:33
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