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Storytelling Part 1: Change of Storytelling

Reblogged A Community Conversation with Douglas Rushkoff


Posted on Shareable by Paul M. Davis:

Following last week’s excerpt of Douglas Rushkoff’s new book Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for the Digital Age, we follow with a Q&A with the author, featuring questions from Shareable’s community of contributors and advisors. Continue reading


Oct 14, 19:26
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Panels. spatial, sonic, public [nl Maastricht]

Panels. An inquiry into the spatial, the sonic and the public :: October 29-30, 2010 :: NAiM/Bureau Europa, Avenue Céramique 226, 6221 KX Maastricht.

Unitl 16 January the installation entitled Panels by artist Paul Devens can be experienced, viewed and heard in NAiM/Bureau Europa. The installation occupies the whole upper hall of 800 m2 with a very specific architecture consisting of a semicircular concrete shell roof. The work by Paul Devens offers an intensified architectonic experience in which sound and light play a major role.

Panels will create exceptional conditions for a symposium and a series of performances on space and sound. Continue reading


Oct 13, 22:01
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Live Stage: DUMP.FM IRL [us NYC]

319 Scholes presents DUMP.FM IRL (Curated by Lindsay Howard) :: October 22-30, 2010 :: Opening: October 22; 7:00 pm – 1:00 am :: 319 Scholes Street, Brooklyn, NY.

dump.fm is an image-based chat room for real-time communication. Founded in November 2009 by Ryder Ripps in collaboration with Scott Ostler (of MIT Exhibit) and Tim Baker (of Delicious), dump.fm serves as a platform for artists who use its technology to foster community and creativity. IRL brings together dump.fm users from all over the world (many of whom will be meeting “In Real Life” for the first time) to offer an alternative to the traditional 1:1 experience by translating the liveness of dump.fm into a visual confectionery through collaborative participation in the physical realm. Continue reading


Oct 13, 21:46
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A Billion Gadget Minds: Thinking Widgets, Data, Workflow [uk London]

A Billion Gadget Minds: Thinking Widgets, Data, WorkflowA workshop on the politics of cognition between the expanded mind, software studies and cultural theory :: October 21, 2010; 9:30 am – 6:00 pm :: The Swedenborg Hall, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2TH :: There is no charge for attending the workshop but numbers are restricted. See contact below.

A growing body of research, including literature on cognitive anthropology, software studies and cognitive capital suggests that whatever is called ‘thinking’ occurs amidst mechanisms, habits, codelike systems, devices and other formally structured means. Continue reading


Oct 13, 21:25
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NoneOfTheseCandidates Macbain for U.S. Senate!

NoneOfTheseCandidates Macbain for United States Senate is a native of Nevada and Second Life. He is a lifelong independent, founder of Nevadans 4 Hyperreality and a veteran of the America’s Army Game where he has served in maps that look like the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. He is single and lives in the Shady Oak Trailer Park in the New Hamlet region of Second Life. Visit him in Second Life.

Media artist Joseph DeLappe announces the virtual candidacy of his avatar, NoneOfTheseCandidates Macbain for United States Senate representing the great state of Nevada! “None of these candidates” is a voting option for Nevada voters for President of the United States and all state constitutional positions, including U.S. Senator. Continue reading


Oct 13, 20:44
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New Imaging [au Sydney]

New Imaging: Transdisciplinary Strategies for Art Beyond the New Media :: November 5-6, 2010 :: Artspace, 43/51 Cowper Wharf Rd, Sydney, Australia.

A profound shift is occurring in our understanding of postmodern media culture. Since the turn of the millennium the emphasis on mediation as technology and as aesthetic idiom, as opportunity for creative initiatives and for critique, has become increasingly normative and doctrinaire. Mediation and the new media arts have in fact become the new medium of critical and pedagogical discourse: like water is for fish, like culture is for cultural studies, mediation is a concept that is taken for granted now because it is itself the medium in which we think and act, in which we swim. We need a concept that is amphibian, and that can leave its medium. Continue reading


Oct 13, 20:14
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Robot Dreams [at Graz]

[Image: Maria from “Metropolis,” Director: Fritz Lang, 1927. Film still, Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau-Stiftung.] Robot Dreams :: October 9, 2010 – February 20, 2011 :: Kunsthaus Graz, Lendkai 1, A–8020 Graz, Austria.

Robots are no longer found just on the factory floor or as highly developed imaginary creatures in science-fiction stories. They are moving into our homes, taking to the water or the air, optimizing artificial limbs, helping autistic children and surveying fields. But how do computer-controlled processes work in comparison with our brain? How much of our supposed human freedom of thought is actually autonomous and not just the logical consequence of neuronal activity? Continue reading


Oct 13, 19:55
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Live Stage: The Root of The Root [us NYC]

The Root of The Root — Generative Art by Marius Watz, Paul Prudence and Aaron Meyers :: October 18 – November 21, 2010 :: Opening: October 22; 6:00 pm :: Processing Workshop by Marius Watz — October 18-26 :: Devotion Gallery, 54 Maujer Street, Brooklyn, NY.

This exhibition showcases three artists working with generative code to create abstract and reactive works. Marius Watz and Paul Prudence have been contributing to the dialogue for computational art since
2005 with seminal essays, some of the foremost blogs and ground-breaking software. As a seminal member of the processing community, Marius Watz has, in many ways, defined part of the aesthetic associated with code-based art. Continue reading


Oct 13, 19:46
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Shift Electronic Arts Festival [ch Basel]

Shift Electronic Arts Festival 2010: lost & found. Rediscover, reinterpret. — exhibition, concerts and DJ-sets, headphone concerts, a film-, video- and lectures programme, artist talks, student’s projects a the retro game lounge and workshops :: October 28-31, 2010 :: Basel, Switzerland.

Exhibition: Aram Bartholl, Julius von Bismarck, Critical Art Ensemble, Paul B. Davis, Aleksandra Domanovic, Gijs Gieskes, Iocose, Olia Lialina & Dragan Espenschied, Armin Linke, monochrom, Deimantas Narkevicius, Catalina Ossa Holmgren & Enrique Rivera Gallardo, Niklas Roy, Harold Schellinx, Manuel Schmalstieg, Helene Sommer, Suzanne Treister, Alexander Tuchacek, Sarah Vanagt, Marie Velardi, Liu Wei. Continue reading


Oct 13, 19:26
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