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Live Stage: Ghumakkad Baaja [in Delhi]

City as Studio: EXB 10.03 presents Ghumakkad Baaja — An open collaboration between Prayas Abhinav, Hemant Babu, Ram Bhatt and Nishant Sharma :: June 26, 2010; 6:30 pm :: Sarai-CSDS, 29, Rajpur Road, Civil Lines, Delhi, India.

Ghumakkad Baaja is a demonstration of an open and unregulated way of doing audio transmissions along with discussions about transmissions, public networks and “selling air”.

* Can we be active broadcasters and not just passive consumers? * Can we create and share audio/video content in a widely accessible way? * Could there be a platform much like satellite T.V, but in an on-the-move outdoor friendly format without needing a multi-crore license? Continue reading


Jun 24, 12:32
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Sender, Carrier, Receiver [Paris, Sarajevo, Berlin]

[Image: Sectional view of the New York Public Library from Scientific American (1911)] Triple Canopy presents Sender, Carrier, ReceiverA series of conversations, screenings, readings, performances, and provocations :: June 28 – July 29, 2010 :: Paris: Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, June 28 + The Public School, Bétonsalon, June 29 :: Sarajevo: Duplex Gallery, July 18 :: Berlin: Program, July 8–29 + Appartement, July 16.

PARIS, June 28–29, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers :: The Weight of Air: As part of Walking Theory Platform’s Illegal Cinema series, Triple Canopy editor Alexander Provan will present a screening of censored and marginalized works from the ’60s and ’70s that blur the lines between filmmakers and radicals, action and representation, propaganda and art. A discussion will follow, examining contemporary right-wing movements and their own modes of self-representation. Continue reading


Jun 24, 12:08
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Speed, Dromology and Invisibility

Leonardo Electronic Almanac: Speed, Dromology and Invisibility :: Call for Papers — Deadline: November 20, 2010.

From the futurist’s speed through contemporary dromology to the disappearance of the human body? What are the future trajectories of a continuous process of acceleration? Is the disappearance of the body through artificial speed a process of invisibility or that of a visibility through acceleration?

The instantaneous communication across Web 2.0 and the speed of interactions has created the feeling of a contradiction between an idea of constant presence and that of the disappearance of the body in a constant trajectory of “self-dissemination.” In 1909 the futurists envisaged a new world and some of their far-fetched visionary ideas have come to pass. What is the role that speed will play in the future of humanity in the twenty-first century? Continue reading


Jun 24, 11:50
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Live Stage: Mapping for Change [nl Amsterdam]

Map Fest 2010 (July 6-9): Mapping for Change :: July 6, 2010; 8:30 – 11:00 pm :: Mediamatic Bank, Vijzelstraat 68, Amsterdam, Netherlands :: RSVP here.

Map Fest brings together professionals, techies, amateur enthusiasts and artists, to explore, create, define and oppose maps. Mapping is about making the invisible visible. It concerns real and imaginary experiences and usages of space. We start Map Fest with an evening on Mapping for Change. This evening concerns the use of critical mapping in political and community-driven art, design and architectural projects.

Wietske Maas: Wietske’s work focuses on the co-existence of plants, humans and animals in cities, and on the city as a natural, autonomous source of food. Continue reading


Jun 24, 11:13
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Julian Oliver – TEDxRotterdam 2010

Vague Terrain 17: Collaborative Spaces

Vague Terrain 17: Collaborative Spaces: The newest issue of Vague Terrain is dedicated to exploring and showcasing a range of strategies for collaboration within the arts. Face to face recording sessions, collaborative editing, event organization, software design, intercontinental AV jam sessions and frequent flyer miles all influence the range of projects curated by Vague Terrain co-editors Corina MacDonald and Neil Wiernik. The issue brings together a range of multidisciplinary artists and presents not only creative output but also aims to highlight and contextualize their working relationships and processes.

Vague Terrain 17 includes work by Artivistic, Freida Abtan & Shane Turner (FAST), Hemiptera, I/O Media, Kate Carr, Robert Lippok & Debashis Sinha (Knuckleduster), Herman Kolgen & Kenneth Kirschner, Matt Shadetek, Max Tanguay, Minibloc, Morgan Packard & Josh Ott.


Jun 24, 09:38
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FRAGILE – global performance chain journey

For the FRAGILE – global performance chain journey performers from all over the world work towards the same goal: carry a fragile object around the world, in their own way. The object will start traveling in August 2010. The goal of the performance is to examine whether we are all globally connected — are we really, or just virtually or just partially connected? Let’s connect – Let’s act – Let’s perform – One time around the globe.

For further information please visit our website (english – espanol – deutsch – italiano -portugues – francais)

HOW TO REGISTER: In order to register yourself for FRAGILE – global performance chain journey simply send an email indicating your: Continue reading


Jun 23, 17:01
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Seedlings [us Dallas]

Seedlings — Featuring: Hilary Berseth, David Brooks, Jedediah Caesar, Jessica Halonen, Hilary Harnischfeger, Christopher K. Ho, Virginia Poundstone, Gilad Ratman, Lucy Raven; Curated by Regine Basha :: June 17- August 8, 2010 :: Dallas Contemporary, 161 Glass Street, Dallas, Texas.

What can bees teach us about modernist aesthetics? How is a beauty regime invested in environmental conservation? How are we ingesting, destroying, and/or merging with plant-life, mud, soil, crystals, algae, and flowers in our built environments?

Seedlings brings together nine emerging artists to the newly-renovated cavernous space of the Dallas Contemporary. Each artist investigates ways nature or natural systems have informed human industry and the evidence of a hybrid process of productivity. Through a reconsideration of methodologies of artmaking, the works focus on the possibility of collaborations with nature, degrees of interconnectivity, mimesis and its discontents, and entropy as an ecstatic state. Continue reading


Jun 23, 11:43
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L’artiste en l’œuvre? (The Artist on Display?)

[Image: Bleu Remix by Yann Marussich] [Plastik Art & Science]In Vivo: L’artiste en l’œuvre ? (The Artist on Display?) :: Call for Contributions — Deadline: September 15, 2010.

Art that is created out of the living world (bio-art, body-art, environmental art…) is today commonly directed by a desire that one could define using the prefix: “trans-“. One is of course immediately reminded of the transgenic, and Eduardo KAC’s research, for example, on the genetic marker Lucifrase which he transmits to mice, or his creation, Edunia, a petunia carrying fragments of his own DNA. One is also reminded of transmutation, and the doll’s clothes made out of animal skin cultures by the SymbioticA group. Or of transgression in relation to contemporary ethics, which could apply to the two preceding examples, but also to more performative experiments, such as Blue by Yann Marussich, a performance in which, installed in an airtight box, he sweats blue methylene from every pore of his skin, when the substance is declared dangerous if ingested even by the manufacturer. Continue reading


Jun 23, 11:31
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Live Stage: Retrieving Humanity [us Santa Fe]

Retrieving Humanity — Live Video Art Show :: July 30, 2010 :: Santa Fe Complex, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA :: Call for Online Participation — Deadline: July 8, 2010; 11:30 pm. Email jason.goodyear [at] parallelflux.com

Retrieving Humanity is a one of a kind interactive performance and installation that will bring live streaming video and audio from around the world to Santa Fe, New Mexico. This new concept of storytelling will allow the audience, by participation, to explore and express connections with their community and the world at large. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, including custom-made software, motion sensors, media streaming, computer networking, and DJ and VJ software, Retrieving Humanity pushes the boundaries of art, technology, and communication.


Jun 23, 10:54
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