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The Poetics of Code: Simon and Kac

The Poetics of CodeHD Traffic by John F. Simon, Jr. and Lagoglyphs by Eduardo Kac. March 15 – May 15, 2010 :: Streaming Museum.

Code lies at the core of both works as method and meaning. In HD Traffic, Simon built with software code an architectural Mondrian-inspired work designed to integrate real-time traffic data flow. Kac’s series of Lagoglyphs artworks, reference and expand upon his controversial genetically altered Alba the GFP Bunny 2000. The real-time animations, continuously flowing and reconfiguring themselves, place emphasis on the generative mutability of writing and the encoded nature of life. Continue reading


Mar 15, 18:16
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Live Stage: Fluid New Media Laboratory V.2 [us NYC]

Fluid New Media Laboratory V.2 — Closing Celebration :: November 22, 2009; 4:00 – 9:00 pm :: Queens Museum of Art, NYC Building at Flushing Meadows Corona Park (Trolley back and forth from Willets Point 7 Train Station & Museum).

Fluid is a new media movement that focuses on the potential of emerging audiovisual artists, without consideration of genre or where they come from. Fluid, in its second edition, made an open call to collect audiovisual pieces and ideas to be presented at El Museo del Barrio, Local Project, Queens Museum of Art, and the 3rd Ward Moviehouse. Fluid opens the scene to a new movement of audio visual & performing arts in educational and screening spaces that have cultural programming. Continue reading


Nov 20, 09:36
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Bright Nights [us Brooklyn]

Bright Nights — with Burak Arikan, Motomichi Nakamura, Marius Watz, Lee Wells — is a curated program of digital artwork that celebrates the projected image, draws attention to the iconic architecture of the Manhattan Bridge, and electrifies the arts friendly DUMBO neighborhood. The program will be projected onto the Anchorage (Adams St & Front St. Brooklyn, NY), to coincide with the 100th birthday of the bridge and the 10th annual Walk21 conference in October 2009.

Four internationally renowned Brooklyn-based artists created new works that interpret the unique physical, spatial, and historical components of the bridge. The artists were chosen for their ability to energize a public space, in celebration of the major thoroughfare’s 100th birthday. Continue reading


Oct 7, 19:24
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Live Stage: Japan Media Arts Festival [at Vienna]

Japan Media Arts Festival :: September 12 – 20, 2009 :: Opening: September 11; 7:00 pm :: MuseumsQuartier Wien, Ovalhalle / Arena21, Vienna.

Since 1997, Japan Media Arts Festival has been an annual event in Tokyo that awards prizes for creative works in the fields of art, entertainment, animation and manga. Presented by The Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan, and Computer Graphic Arts Society, it sheds light on Japan’s unique culture of sensibility and feelings to OTO, which were grown in the four seasons and rich natural environment and the figurative expression which transforms OTO into visual words and so on. Continue reading


Sep 8, 09:32
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Live Stage: Jonah Bokaer – GPS [us NYC]

GPS: Ground Positioning System — Jonah Bokaer :: June 4-7, 2009 (Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:00 pm; Sunday Matinee at 3:00 pm) :: Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), 280 Broadway, 2nd Floor (entrance on Chambers), New York, NY.

In GPS: Ground Positioning System Jonah Bokaer collapses the joints of a dancing body – both real, and animated – to new extremes of mobility, expression, and distortion. The solo dance is inspired by The Global Positioning System (GPS), a global navigation satellite system (GNSS) developed by the United States Department of Defense, which is the only fully functional GNSS in the world. Continue reading


Jun 3, 13:31
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Simply Screen: In-Betweeners of Asia

Simply Screen: In-Betweeners of Asia :: Call for Lens-Based Art — Deadline: June 15, 2009 :: Award: 2400 EUR + full tuition scholarship to attend Transart Institute Summer Certificate Program 2009 + Berlin Screening venue: Tanzfabrik Berlin.

This is a call for lens-based artists working in film, video or animation, who deal with issues of in-betweenness and hybridisation in the context of Asia. Simply Screen relates to the course Dichotomy, Diversity, Discourse: Art on the Pacific Rim of the 2009 Transart Institute Summer Residency. Continue reading


May 25, 11:58
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Orson Whales + YouCities by Alex Itin

Internet Art in the Global South [za Johannesburg]

Internet Art in the Global South @ Joburg Art Fair 2009 :: curated by Tegan Bristow (Upgrade! Johannesburg and Digital Arts Division of the Wits School of Arts) in collaboration with Upgrade! International: Berlin, Boston – Turbulence.org, Chicago, Lisbon, Paris, Sao Paulo, Seoul, and Tel-Aviv – Jerusalem.

Internet Art in the Global South explores and highlights a broad range of Internet art genres by artists in the global south, and works orientated towards its geography and politics. The project was born out of an interest to uncover artists working with the Internet as a primary medium in South Africa. The selection grew to encompass works from or about South America and Asia. Reviewed in The Times (Johannesburg) and the Mail & Guardian.


Mar 28, 11:26
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MGFest 2009 [us Cambridge, MA]

Cambridge MGFest : March 5-8, 2009 — Featuring Shepard Fairey’s Money, Addictive TV’s Slumdog Millionaire, Remix, Trollback+Co and more :: $7 for entry to all art events. Plus a Silent Auction for over $18,000 in software & DVDs, no minimum bid.

Online Artist Feature: Turbulence.org: Five net.art works including: live action comic strip built from daily news websites, experimental documentaries, HTML Butoh, re-arranged search results, art games, and net.poetry.

Screenings & Art Showcases: March 5-7, 2009 Continue reading


Feb 25, 18:30
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Jennifer Steinkamp [eg Cairo]

Jennifer Steinkamp at International Cairo Biennale :: December 20, 2008 – February 20, 2009 :: Gallery 4, Second Floor, Palace of Art, Opera House Complex, Gezira, Cairo.

The United States will be represented at the 11th International Cairo Biennale by new-media artist Jennifer Steinkamp as well as with a diverse program of activities designed to promote international exchange. Organized by Kimberli Meyer, director of the MAK Center for Art & Architecture at the Schindler House in Los Angeles, a team of Los Angeles-based artists and curators will conduct a variety of adjunct programs, Continue reading


Dec 17, 18:06
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