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Isidore Isou, Hypergraphic Novels [se Stockholm]

Exhibition: Isidore Isou: Hypergraphic Novels, 1950–1984; curated by Frédéric Acquaviva :: until April 13, 2012 :: Book Release: April 12 :: The Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm, Skeppsbron 20, Stockholm, Sweden.

Lorsqu’on rompt, on n’a pas de public, on forme un public future.
(When you break away, you don’t have an audience, you are creating a future audience.)

— Isidore Isou, Les Journaux des Dieux (1950, “The Gods’ Diaries”)

The Romanian Cultural Institute of Stockholm is proud to present an exhibition and an accompanying catalogue focusing on one unique but essential aspect of Isidore Isou’s work: his innovative and ultra-contemporary contribution to the novel, especially what he called the hypergraphic novel. Continue reading


Mar 15, 13:17
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Reblogged Zwischenräume, The Deviant Surveillance

Live Stage: Social Media For Urban Research [us NYC]

Social Media For Urban Research :: March 27, 2012; 6:30 – 8:30 pm :: Studio-X NYC, 180 Varick St., Suite 1610, New York City.

Social media are increasingly becoming part of our everyday lives, from connecting with friends and sharing images to exploring cities through location-based applications. These new services have given us a different vantage point from which to understand, explore, navigate, and geographically record the places we live.

This panel discussion brings together academics, professionals, and journalists who are researching, building, and using social media data to better understand our urban environment. Continue reading


Mar 14, 12:55
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Low Lives 4 Networked Performance Festival

Low Lives 4 Networked Performance Festival :: April 27-28, 2012 :: Open Call for Proposals
 — Deadline: March 25.

Now entering its fourth year, Low Lives is an international festival of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues throughout the U.S. and around the world. Low Lives examines works that critically investigate, challenge, and extend the potential of performance practice presented live through online broadcasting networks. These networks provide a new alternative and efficient medium for presenting, viewing, and archiving performances. Artists working in any media are invited to submit proposals for live performance-based works. Continue reading


Mar 14, 12:14
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Expanded Choreography [es Barcelona]

Expanded Choreography. Situations, Movements, Objects… :: March 29-31, 2012 :: Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Plaça dels Àngels, 1 08001, Barcelona, Spain. Continue reading


Mar 14, 11:36
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Video Vortex #8 [hr Zagreb]

Video Vortex #8: The Politics, Cultures and Art of Online Video :: May 17-19, 2012 :: The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Croatia.

Video Vortex has taken place twice in Brussels and Amsterdam and once in Ankara, Split and Yogyakarta. The Video Vortex network was founded in in 2007 and deals with the cultural, political and artistics aspects of online video. Video Vortex 8 is organized by the Kazimir Association in Split and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. Continue reading


Mar 14, 11:27
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Messages for our Future

Messages for our Future – Collaborative Digital Art: Japanese Tsunami:

It’s been year since a tsunami devastated the northeast coast of Japan. And to honor those who are bravely rebuilding their communities, Jason Nelson recently collaborated with a group of students and residents from Tohoku, Japan to create an interactive artwork. Armed with donated cameras, they took hundreds of photos of both the disaster’s aftermath and, more importantly, their hopeful recovery. They then responded to these visions with poetic message. Nelson then compiled these photographs and texts and using an infinitely recombining/ zooming engine, created an interactive mosaic digital artwork.


Mar 14, 08:36
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Live Stage: Big Reality [us Brooklyn]

[Robby Rackleff, from Guild, 2012] Big Reality, curated by Brian Droitcour :: March 15-29, 2012 :: Opening: March 15; 7:00 – 10:00 pm :: 319 Scholes, 319 Scholes Street, Brooklyn, NY. Continue reading


Mar 13, 15:23
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Live Stage: Stay Home Sakoku [online]

Stay Home Sakoku: The Hikikomori Project is an introverted performance exploring the Japanese phenomenon of hikikomori or ‘shut in’ syndrome. Continue reading


Mar 13, 14:24
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Time-Lapse [us Santa Fe, NM]

SITE Santa Fe Presents Time-Lapse:

Time-Lapse challenges the notion that an exhibition is a fixed entity with artworks that remain consistent throughout the time the exhibition in on view. Time-Lapse explores the possibility of a more dynamic exhibition environment by including artworks that change over time and utilizing curatorial structures that are based on change. With hourly, daily, and weekly alterations to the works in the show, no two days of Time-Lapse will be the same.

The concept of change over time is integrated into the structure of installations in SITE’s galleries by Byron Kim, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Eve Sussman| Rufus Corporation, and Mary Temple. Continue reading


Mar 13, 14:06
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