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The reSource for transmedial culture

The reSource for transmedial culture, a new framework for the transmediale festival, aims to create a distributed platform for networking, curating and research throughout the year 2012 and beyond by envisioning the festival as a peer-production context of sharing knowledge and practices. Continue reading


Jan 22, 15:25
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Live Stage: Distributed Collectives [us Philadelphia]

[Image: Golan Levin, QR Hobo Codes/QR Stenclier and Will Pappenheimer, bUD, Bureau of Urban Devolution] Distributed Collectives — curated by Kelani Nichole :: until August 27, 2011 (Closing Reception: 6:00 - 10:00 pm) :: Little Berlin, 2430 Coral Street, Philadelphia. Continue reading


Aug 16, 11:12
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Live Stage: Senses Places [nz Auckland + Second Life]

Senses Places - Dance-Technology Workshop 3: organized by Pei-Jung Lee, Isabel Valverde, Todd Cochrane :: July 30, 2011; 1:00 - 5:00 pm :: Dance Studio, The Kenneth Myers Center, 74 Shortland Street, Auckland Central, New Zealand + in Second Life.

Senses Places is a dance-technology collaborative project creating a playful mixed reality performance environment for audience participation. The project stresses an integration of simultaneous local and remote connections, where participants and environments meet to generate a kinesthetic/ synesthetic engagement. Continue reading


Jul 28, 12:29
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Ubicidade | Ubicity [br São Paulo + Online]

Ubicidade | Ubicity :: June 27-30, 2011; 9:00 am - 4:00 pm :: Electronic Computational Center - University of São Paulo, Avenida Professor Gualberto, 71, travessa, 3 Cidade Universitária, Butantã, São Paulo, Brazil.

Ubicity is a Telematic Art Project, proposed to stimulate conceptual, mediatic and aesthetic experimentation through streaming, videoconferencing and social media. Its main goal is to establish a structure that will enable artistic and cultural exchanges specially among research centers in Universities around the world. Ubicity, a word created through the conjunction of Ubiquity and City, is proposed to enhance Internet-based communication between artists and researchers of geographically distant places around the world. Continue reading


Jun 11, 12:38
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Madame Wang: Journal of Geo-Dispersed Collaboration

Madame Wang: Journal of Geographically Dispersed Collaboration:

Madame Wang is a Quarterly Arts journal dedicated to dispersed collaboration, migration and encounter architectures, co-action and Post-human writing programmes. It has been formed in response to a mounting need to examine, engage and critique an emerging arts-practice that is multiple, data intelligent and severally located.

Madame Wang participates in the unfolding of critical and intuitive modes of production by working closely with artists and other disciplines to deliver texts. Group writing, recursive dialogue, critique and text-artworks are all part of the pallet of approaches to the subject. Through these means, we can properly test the propositions and strategies of distributed decision-making and the possibilities of its rhetoric. Continue reading


Jun 10, 17:55
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Composite Fax Image: Lief, Sheridan, Van De Bogart

[Image: 1970s collaboration facsimile] From Art and Electronic Media Online Companion directed by Edward Shanken: Composite Fax Image by Lief Brush, Sonia Sheridan, and Willard Van De Bogart:

Using fax machines connected to a conference call phone line, in 1972 artists Lief Brush in Iowa City, Sonia Sheridan in Chicago and Willard Van De Bogart in Pittsburgh created one of the first realtime, multinodal, remote collaborative artworks. This work builds on the history of artists’ use of telecommunications, ranging from Moholy-Nagy’s Telephone Paintings of 1922 and Bertolt Brecht’s theory of Radio as an Apparatus of Communication (TE p. 228) and mail art in the 1960s. It anticipates the use of two-way communications such as satellite by Galloway & Rabinowicz and computer networking by artists including Adrian and Ascott in the later 1970s and 1980s. Continue reading


May 25, 11:30
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Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader

Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader :: Geert Lovink and Nathaniel Tkacz (eds), Institute of Network Cultures, 2011. ISBN: 978-90-78146-13-1, paperback, 385 pages. (download PDF or email books [at] networkcultures.org for a free hard copy):

For millions of internet users around the globe, the search for new knowledge begins with Wikipedia. The encyclopedia’s rapid rise, novel organization, and freely offered content have been marveled at and denounced by a host of commentators. Critical Point of View moves beyond unflagging praise, well-worn facts, and questions about its reliability and accuracy, to unveil the complex, messy, and controversial realities of a distributed knowledge platform. Continue reading


May 7, 10:58
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Daisy Chain: An Anarchic Performance Event [us Chicago + online]

Daisy Chain: An Anarchic Performance Event :: May 13, 2011; 6:00 - 10:00 pm :: Antena, 1765 S. Laflin, Chicago, Illinois :: Call for Proposals — Deadline: April 30.

Daisy Chain is an interconnected series of performances that will be featured at Antena Gallery while simultaneously occurring across the Internet. Performances should incorporate one or more other performances in the series via projection, monitor, laptop or audio in the performance space. This will require an active Internet connection during the performance as well as two computers or devices that can access Ustream.com. Continue reading


Apr 17, 13:00
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Virtual Choir Joins Voices from 58 Countries

TED 2011: Virtual Choir Joins Voices from 58 Countries, via Wired.


Mar 2, 12:09
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Live Stage: Que Le Pongan la Macarena [Boston + Magdalena]

Que Le Pongan la Macarena: Distance Dancing over the Internet :: October 14, 2010; 7:15 – 8:15 pm :: Mobius Art Space, 725 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA + Museo Bolivariano de Arte Contemporaneo, La Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia.

FREE and open to the public. No dance talent required. RSVP to: andi.sutton [at] gmail.com. Dancing will start promptly at 7:30 and no late arrivals will be admitted in. Please be punctual! For those not able to participate as dancers, the piece will be able to be viewed on the PerfoArtNet

Have you been dying to aprender la Macarena paso de commodified, globalized, pop-culturized paso? Continue reading


Oct 6, 19:20
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