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Coded Cultures 2011: The City as Interface [at Vienna]

Coded Cultures 2011: The City as Interface :: September 21 – October 2, 2011 :: Second district (Leopoldstadt), Vienna, Austria.

Coded Cultures is an multinational initiative of the group 5uper.net to discuss and reflect the intersections of media, art, society and technology in experimental settings of exihibitions, workshops, symposia, presentations and artistic interventions. For the fourth time, Coded Cultures presents a forum to discuss and present (new) media arts, digital communities and positions itself in the current international (media arts) discourse.

Cultural accomplishments of individuals or differently organized forms of human beings in context with an ever-changing (transforming) environment bring manifold products and processes to surface: cultural artifacts, »distributed agencies«, »framed interactivity« , collective ideas. Continue reading


Aug 31, 10:14
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Scanner, The News Of The World & The Art Of Listening In

Scanner, The News Of The World & The Art Of Listening In by Luke Turner, The Quietus:

Robin Rimbaud – AKA Scanner – once trawled the airwaves recording ‘found’ telephone conversations. He discusses his controversial work, and remembers when the News Of The World tried to buy his archive of recordings.

“Back in the days before digital mobile technology, landline phonecalls could be surprising affairs. You’d pick up the receiver and be able to hear, faint and distant, the sound of someone else’s telephone call. As voyeur, you were presented with the moral question of whether to hang up, or else keep listening in to this unexpurgated, uncensored confessional. Generally, most of the conversations would be mundane, but the very act of listening in felt uncomfortable, with a strange and dark allure. Continue reading


Aug 23, 12:36
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What Are We Capable Of – THIS IS ANONYMOUS!


Jul 13, 11:15
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[-empyre-] Reclaiming Creativity as Agent of Change

July 2011 on –empyre soft-skinned space: Reclaiming Creativity as Agent of Change :: Moderated by Simon Biggs (UK/ Australia) with co-moderator and discussant Magnus Lawrie (UK) and invited discussants, Shu Lea Cheang (Taiwan/ USA/ France), Paolo Cirio (Italy), Jussi Parikka (Finland/ UK), Saul Albert (UK), Julian Oliver (NZ), Michel Bauwens (Belgium) and Simon Yuill (UK).

Established during the so-called “age of discovery”, cities such as London were not only loci of empire but trading hubs. At that time European nations exercised power at sea. However, there were other players on the high-seas — the pirates, portrayed as scavengers and thieves but also as social innovators and redistributive “Robin Hoods”. Continue reading


Jul 6, 14:30
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Orbitando Satélites / Orbiting Satellites [es Gijón]

Plataforma Cero of LABoral presents Orbitando Satélites / Orbiting Satellitesa critical and artistic investigation of satellites :: May 10-14, 2011 :: LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Los Prados, 121, 33394 Gijón (Asturias) Spain.

Orbitando Satélites proposes an exercise in the visualisation and investigation of these “rarae aves” that operate in habitually imperceptible frequencies and distances. We listen to them with DIY antenas and radios, showing how to locate them and observe them with free hardware and software.

In the tradition of the independent groups involved in the creation of free/libre infrastructures the meeting unites amateurs and experts, from various countries and cultures, to develop a declaration which poetically sketches this occult ring that surrounds us. Continue reading


May 8, 12:21
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Live Stage: AbstractView II [nl Amsterdam]

AbstractView II: Copyright or Personality Rights :: April 12-17, 2011 :: Opening: April 10; 2:00 – 5:00 pm :: Punt WG, M. van Bouwdijk Bastiaansestraat 15, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

In the late summer of 2009 Polak and van Bekkum were working in a remote area in the Highlands of Scotland. They were collecting GPS data from king size helium balloons which moved in the rhythm of the wind. They planned to visualize the generated data in Google Earth. A technological landscape painting with gps-data and Google Earth figuring as paint and canvas. Continue reading


Apr 5, 18:50
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Live Stage: Pachube Hackathon [nl Eindhoven]

hackathonflyer1.jpgThe First Pachube International Internet of Things Hackathon — a global 24-hour event :: April 8-9, 2011; 3:00 pm – 3:00 pm (NL time):: MADlab, Vestdijk 280, 5611CZ Eindhoven :: Participation is free after registration. Food and drinks in open contribution format. Register as individual or team by sending a mail to info [at] madlab.nl.

Calling all developers, designers, makers, mixers, mashers, tinkerers, philosopher-mechanics and sales engineers! Join us in helping to define and build the Internet of Things on Global Internet of Things Day! Use Pachube if you want, or build on other APIs – make something physical, or virtual; Continue reading


Apr 3, 15:30
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“The Anthropology of Hackers” by Gabriella Coleman

The Anthropology of Hackers by Gabriella Coleman, The Atlantic:

“A “hacker” is a technologist with a love for computing and a “hack” is a clever technical solution arrived through a non-obvious means. It doesn’t mean to compromise the Pentagon, change your grades, or take down the global financial system, although it can, but that is a very narrow reality of the term. Hackers tend to value a set of liberal principles: freedom, privacy, and access; they tend to adore computers; some gain unauthorized access to technologies, though the degree of illegality greatly varies (and much, even most of hacking, by the definition I set above, is actually legal). Continue reading


Sep 26, 13:40
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Device_art 3.010 [jp Japan]

Device_art 3.010: Croatia_Slovenia_Japan :: September 23 – October 1, 2010 :: Miraikan – National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, SuperDeluxe, Waseda University Toyama Campus, Japan.

Artists: Yoshi Akai (JP), Miha Ciglar (SI), Stefan Doepner (DE/SI), Sanela Jahic (SI), Janez Jansa (IT/SI), So Kanno (JP), Ines Krasic (HR), Margareta Lekic (HR), Ivan Marusic Klif (HR), Martina Mezak (HR), Satoshi Morita (JP/DE), Magdalena Pederin (HR), Borut Savski (SI), Saso Sedlacek (SI), Silvio Vujicic (HR).

Googling the term “device art” will produce results mostly related to either Japan or Croatia. This is because device art as a project was initiated independently and serendipitously in these two countries in 2004, sharing the name but differing in concept, goals, artistic, cultural and historical background. Continue reading


Sep 20, 18:52
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GLI.TC/H: Call for Entries

GLI.TC/H — an international gathering of noise & new media practitioners :: September 29 – October 3, 2010 :: Chicago :: Call for Entries — Deadline: August 20, 2010.

GLI.TC/H is a physical and virtual assembly of artists, hackers, moshers, dirty mediators, noise makers, circuit benders, p/h/i/l/o/s/o/p/h/e/r/s, and those who find wonder in that which others call broken. GLI.TC/H seeks: Realtime + time-based performances (audio/video), utilizing broken/bent technologies/strategies. Workshops, sharing knowledge of hardware/software hacking, cracking, breaking, kludging, piracy, & tool building. Artworks and Projects, artware, videos, games, films, tapes, code, interventions, screen-captures, systems, websites & installations. Texts, lectures, essays, code, articles, & hypermedia. Continue reading


Aug 3, 21:26
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