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“Merry-go-around” by Lily & Honglei

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Merry-go-around by Lily & Honglei [Video of Second Life Performance/ Installation; 3’3″ with sound; 2009] Continue reading


Feb 22, 11:23
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Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus

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The Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus — by the German artists Julius von Bismarck & Benjamin Maus — is a drawing machine illustrating a never-ending story by the use of patent drawings. Continue reading


Feb 21, 17:14
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The Material and the Code [us Chicago]

Cinema is dead; long live cinema (Peter Greenaway). How has the explosion of new media changed the ways we think about cinema, about questions of film aesthetics and film history? How can cinema studies contribute to the theory, analysis, and creative practice of new media? This two-day symposium seeks to stimulate a crossdisciplinary conversation on moving image culture that avoids both cinephile nostalgia and uncritical celebrations of media convergence.

The Material and the Code is a two-day symposium at the University of Chicago’s Film Studies Center. It features a screening on February 26, and a full day of presentations on February 27.

The Material and the Code is dedicated to the memory of Anne Friedberg (1952-2009).


Feb 21, 17:09
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Pachube Proposals for 2010 01SJ Biennial

[Image: Usman Haque’s Natural Fuse] ZER01, xClinic and Pachube.com call for Out of the Garage, Into the World :: September 4 – 20, 2010 :: South Hall, San Jose, California :: Open Call for Projects — Deadline: March 29, 2010 (application).

ZER01: the Art and Technology Network, in collaboration with xClinic and Pachube.com is soliciting proposals from artists to create environmental health projects and lifestyle experiments that make use of Pachube (a web-based sensor data storage and brokerage system that makes it easy to publish geolocated time-series data in real-time and to couple local and remote sensors and actuators). We are looking for truly innovative projects that push the boundaries of both environmental analysis and action, projects that don’t just “make data public” but help the “public make data,” projects that consider very carefully the relationship between all sorts of systems, human and non-human alike, technological and cultural. You will need to do a lot more than just plug a sensor into a tree and get it to tweet! Continue reading


Feb 21, 17:00
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Live Stage: Are You Conductive? [de Münich]

Are You Conductive?hands on, creative workshop & interactive installation with Stefanie Wuschitz (Vienna) :: March 17 – 20, 2010; 2:00 – 7:00 pm + March 20, 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Werkstatt, Brienner Straße 48, München.

Focusing on uniting sustainable low tech and untypical materials with high tech in a poetic and fluent way, we will be creating changeable patterns, forms and shapes within the electric circuit, experimenting with resistance and conductivity to create hand made switches and analogue sensors from magnetite stones, conductive thread/ fabric, graphite, organic and found materials to be joined to a spatial interactive and sensual circuit, consisting of movable parts, connected to the micro controller Arduino. Continue reading


Feb 21, 16:23
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Concrete Geometries: Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes

Concrete Geometries: Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes — Exhibition, Symposium and Publication :: Call for Submissions — Deadline: April 12, 2010 :: The Architectural Association School of Architecture, 36 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3ES,UK.

The Concrete Geometeries Research Cluster is seeking submissions of work from the fields of art, architecture, sciences and humanities that explore the intimate relationship between between spatial form and human processes — be they social or aesthetic — and the variety of new material entities this relationship might provoke. Continue reading


Feb 21, 15:53
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ilinx. Call for Articles | Art: Mimesen

ilinx. Berliner Beitrage zur Kulturwissenschaft: Mimesen :: Call for Artists — Deadline: March 1, 2010.

ilinx. Berliner Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft tests the potential and limits of cultural science. Its title (ilinx, gr. = vortex) is programmatic, since vortices emerge where different approaches, theories, and data collide, where calm continuous flow is disturbed and turbulently transformed by the reconfiguration of knowledge and things.

The second volume focuses on the techniques, agents, and methods that come into play at sites where similarities are being produced – whether in artistic, cultic, technological or scientific processes. Following Walter Benjamin all these kinds of mimesis can be understood as expressions of a ‘mimetic capacity’ that encompasses the recognition as well as the production of similarities and thus combines cognitive, practical, and aesthetical dimensions. Continue reading


Feb 21, 15:45
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RIAM 2010 – Low-Tech [fr Marseilles]

7th International Multimedia Art Meetings: RIAM 2010 – Low-Tech :: February 25 – March 6, 2010 :: Marseilles, France.

Nowadays, artistic events devoted to connections between art and technology are facing a paradox: how to stand back from technological glorifications, in a consumerist world constantly saturated by new gadgets? RIAM (International Multimedia Art Meetings) have always focused on analyzing and criticizing the technology’s role and the artists way of appropriate and embezzled it. Even if technology have transformed our everyday life in a distinct way, RIAM’s programming has never been blindly rushed into enthusiasm for new technological feats. It seems evident to us that media and technical evolution have radically transformed our way of organizing, interpreting and understanding the world. Continue reading


Feb 21, 15:34
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Enabling: The Work of Minimaforms [uk London]

Enabling: The Work of Minimaforms :: February 27 – March 19, 2010 :: Machina Speculatrix (A Machine that Watches) performance with Mira Calix, February 26, 7:30 :: Architectural Association, London.

The forthcoming exhibition Enabling: The Work of Minimaforms puts forward a series of questions: Can architecture facilitate new forms of communication? Can design enable? Can we construct models of interaction as forms of conversations? Using design as a mode of enquiry, the projects by experimental architecture and design studio Minimaforms explore these questions with the aim of opening up the discussion. Continue reading


Feb 18, 11:42
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Dada South? [za Cape Town]

Dada South? Exploring Dada legacies in South African art 1960 – the present :: until February 28, 2010 :: Symposium: February 18-19 :: Iziko South African National Gallery, Government Avenue, Company’s Garden, Cape Town, South Africa.

The critically acclaimed exhibition Dada South? is one of the first locally-produced, independently curated museum exhibitions in South Africa that focuses on a major international art movement of the 20th century, but from the perspective of recent South African art.

Curators Roger van Wyk and Kathryn Smith present a special programme in the last two weeks of the exhibition, including a two-day public symposium and closing weekend talks featuring South African and visiting scholars, curators and artists. Continue reading


Feb 17, 19:58
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