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Reblogged Post #HASTAC2011 Reflections…

So What Again Is HASTAC? Post #HASTAC2011 Reflections on a Network Founded on a Theory That’s a Practice by Cathy Davidson, originally posted on HASTAC:

We have just finished two and a half glorious days at the University of Michigan. Soon we at HASTAC Central will write a formal thank you blog to all the incredible planners, organizers, and participants of our fifth HASTAC Conference, Digital Scholarly Communications, sponsored by the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities, the Mellon Foundation, and the Kidder Residency in the Arts, and led by two of our HASTAC Steering Committee members, Danny Herwitz and Julie Thompson Klein. And many others. Incredible event.Incredible people.

Now some overview thinking, not just about the #hastac2011 but about what it all means at this point in HASTAC’s history: Continue reading


Dec 6, 18:06
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What The Fork?! Distributed and Open Practices in FLOSS Art

make art is an international festival dedicated to the integration of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in digital art. The fourth edition of make art - “What The Fork?!” distributed and open practices in FLOSS art - will take place in Poitiers (FR), from December, 8-13, 2009. With Aharon Amir (GB), Wayne Clements (GB), FooCorp (GB), Gijs Gieskes (NL), Gullibloon (AT/DE), Adnan Hadzi (CH), Lisa Haskel (GB), Reni Hofmuller (AT), Olivier Laruelle (FR), LAFKON (DE), Anne Laforet (FR), Mattin (ES), Antoine Moreau (FR), Nathalie Magnan (FR), No Copy Paste (HU), Noyade (FR), Jean Sepulchre (FR), Wesley Smith (US), Koray Tahiro#lu (TR/FI), The Guardians of the Tradition (US), Taku Unami (JP), Milovann Yanatchkov (FR), Simon Yuill (GB), Jeremie Zimmermann (FR), IOhannes M. Zmolnig (AT), … Francais below. Continue reading


Nov 22, 17:38
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Make Art 2009 - What The Fork?! [fr Poitiers]

Make Art 2009 - What The Fork?! Distributed and Open Practices in FLOSS Art :: December 7-13, 2009 :: Poitiers, France :: Call for Projects — Deadline: July 22, 2009.

Make Art is an international festival dedicated to the integration of Free/ Libre/ Open Source Software (FLOSS) in digital art. It offers performances, presentations, workshops and an exhibition, focused on the encounter between digital art and free software. We’re currently seeking new, innovative FLOSS works and projects: music and audiovisual performances, presentations, software demos, and installations. Continue reading


Jul 15, 10:22
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[iDC] Recursive Publics and Forking

[Image: Garden of Forking Paths by wasabicube] Nate Tkacz wrote: Hi all,

I would like to add to the discussion about recursive publics*, consensus and forking. Anna briefly mentioned Christoph Spehr’s discussion of “withdrawal” in Free Cooperation. Her point, as I understand it, was to emphasise dissensus rather than consensus as the aspect of recursive publics that makes it significant as a political structure. Chris Kelty (from now on CK to avoid confusion) pointed to the practice of forking as an instance of productive dissensus. Through the practice of forking people can leave a project, taking the (non-exclusive) source code or whatever other materials that constitute the public with them and continue in a different direction. The fact that forking is a possibility, writes CK, keeps contributors responsive to each other and this presumably also works to legitimize the recursive public: Continue reading


Jul 11, 17:12
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Live Stage: Clay Shirky [us Brooklyn]

Upgrade! New York: Clay Shirky: Forking, Failing, and Open Source :: June 18, 2009; 6:30 - 8:00 pm :: The Change You Want To See Gallery, 84 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn or join us via live stream.

Clay Shirky will discuss the concepts of fork and failure in the open source process and will open them to discussion in the context of activism and the creative process.

Clay Shirky is a writer, educator, and consultant on the social and economic effects of Internet technologies. He is an adjunct professor at New York University (NYU) in their graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program, where he teaches courses on the interrelationships of social and technological networks, particularly how they shape culture and vice-versa. Continue reading


Jun 17, 17:26
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FLOSS + Art = people.makeart

osk-small.pngFLOSS+Art :: Call for Papers :: Deadline: September 15, 2007 :: people.makeart is a new project by GOTO10. It is a repository of articles and lecture materials focused on the relationship between FLOSS (Free / Libre / Open Source Software) and digital arts, as well as a database of free digital art projects. The selected papers will be published on the people.makeart website and will be printed in the FLOSS+Art book, scheduled for spring 2008, using OpenMute’s POD publishing service. GOTO10 is now accepting new, old and recycled papers on the following issues:

  • opening digital art’s practice, code and culture
  • FLOSS communities VS. art collectives
  • digital art licensing, copying and distributing, using open content models
  • role of the artist in FLOSS development
  • influence of FLOSS on digital art practices
  • free software to produce art and the art of producing free software
  • economy of an open digital artwork
  • FLOSS as an embedded political message in digital art
  • paradox and limitations of open licenses for digital art
  • FLOSS as a way to quote and embed other artworks in a new one
  • digital artist as a FLOSS developer / user and vice-versa
  • definitions and manifestos for a free software art
  • branching and forking of an open digital artwork
  • opening digital art to ensure future maintenance and porting. Continue reading


Jul 3, 09:48
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FLOSS+Art - Call for Papers

gototen.jpgFLOSS+Art :: Call for Papers :: Deadline: September 15th 2007 - people.makeart is a new project by GOTO10. It is a repository of articles and lecture materials focused on the relationship between FLOSS (Free / Libre / Open Source Software) and digital arts, as well as a database of free digital art projects. The selected papers will be published on the people.makeart website and will be printed in the FLOSS+Art book, scheduled for spring 2008, using OpenMute’s POD publishing service.

GOTO10 is now accepting new, old and recycled papers on the following issues:

  • opening digital art’s practice, code and culture
  • FLOSS communities VS. art collectives
  • digital art licensing, copying and distributing, using open content models
  • role of the artist in FLOSS development
  • influence of FLOSS on digital art practices
  • free software to produce art and the art of producing free software
  • economy of an open digital artwork
  • FLOSS as an embedded political message in digital art
  • paradox and limitations of open licenses for digital art
  • FLOSS as a way to quote and embed other artworks in a new one
  • digital artist as a FLOSS developer/user and vice-versa
  • definitions and manifestos for a free software art
  • branching and forking of an open digital artwork
  • opening digital art to ensure future maintainance and porting. Continue reading


Jun 5, 17:03
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