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The Oil Show [de Dortmund]

The Oil Show :: November 12, 2011 – February 19, 2012 :: Hartware MedienKunstVerein (HMKV) at Dortmunder U (3rd floor), Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse, 44137 Dortmund, Germany.

We have reached Peak Oil – the maximum capacity of global crude oil extraction and production. After Peak Oil, the total global oil production cannot be increased. In the future, demand will always exceed supply. The global struggle for resources will intensify. Despite this our dependency on oil is growing further. We cannot, or do not seem to want to do without oil. We are seriously dependent.

The works in the exhibition deal with our dependency on oil and the economic, political, and social entanglements and consequences of this growing dependency. Continue reading


Nov 11, 20:37
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Live Stage: Mapping Community Arts [us NYC]

Mapping Community Arts: Subversion, Repressive Tolerance and Pastoral Power by Pascal Gielen — organized and moderated by Hakan Topal with a response by Alex Villar :: November 8, 2011; 6:30 pm :: Art in General, 79 Walker Street, New York, NY.

In recent years there has been increased attention to so-called ‘socially engaged art practices’. Equipped with a sense of urgency and intent, artists and curators develop work with the support of communities or groups to tackle political and social issues. While the success of these projects are not easily measurable, they often reiterate the role of artist/ curator as protagonists of specific forms of social change, which posits a direct contrast to recent activism which carefully distances itself from any leader-based political organizational categories. Continue reading


Oct 27, 20:32
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Mapping the Local + Site Specific Interventions in Public Space [hu Budapest]

The Departments of Intermedia and Fine Art Theory and Curatorial Studies of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts initiate the seminars Mapping the Local and Site Specific Interventions in Public Space :: Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Andrássy út 69-71, 1062 Budapest, Hungary.

Mapping the Local presents an overview of the major phenomena, trends and issues of contemporary art based on various subjects in each semester; a special emphasis will be placed on the East European region, in the form of seminars, presentations held by invited lecturers, field trips to museums, institutions and artist studios. The course is primarily directed towards Erasmus students as well as local students of the Intermedia and Fine Art Theory and Curatorial Studies departments. Continue reading


Oct 22, 14:49
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Reblogged Boskoi, wilderness addiction

Boskoi is an application for Android mobiles that allows people to create a checklist of geo-localized spontaneous food in urban areas. Continue reading


Oct 9, 15:14
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Reblogged TinyRiot, the sound of a thousand (tiny) riots

American Plutocracy


American Plutocracy: A marker for the occupation of Wall Street and beyond by John Craig Freeman:

In September 2011 citizens began to gather and then occupy Liberty Plaza near Wall Street in Lower Manhattan, New York City. American Plutocracy seeks to mark occupation sites across the U.S. Wall Street is everywhere. Find an occupation site near you. Learn how here.


Oct 5, 16:11
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“Mountain Ghosts” by Halsey Burgund

Mountain Ghosts by Halsey Burgund :: until mid-November :: Galleries of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

Mountain Ghosts is a site-specific sound art installation that infuses the entire University of Colorado / Colorado Springs campus with a location-based layer of audio created collectively by the artist and participants. Building on Burgund’s interest in systems, collected voices, and participation, Mountain Ghosts explores sound as fundamental to our experiences of space, place and history. Participants use a custom smartphone app to make audio recordings that the Mountain Ghosts system then codes by location and immediately assimilates into a collective databank for other visitors to access. Continue reading


Oct 2, 15:04
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Tracing Mobility – Open Platform [be Berlin]

Tracing Mobility – Open Platform :: November 26-27, 2011 :: Berlin :: Call for Participation – Deadline: October 17, 2011.

It is in our movement that we give ourselves away. Our trails reveal a course that, when mapped, indicates our design. So we are tracked and our presence logged.

Tracing Mobility sets out to examine the shifting terrain of global versus individual mobility and how its hand in hand development with networked infrastructure is transforming our conceptions of time, space and distance.

WE ARE OPEN: Trampoline opens a platform to anyone who has something to say about mobility and migration in the networked space. Continue reading


Sep 30, 16:55
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Live Stage: Arcipelago Balkani, Public Dialogues [ba Sarajevo]

Arcipelago Balkani, Public Dialogues, Open City :: September 29 – October 15, 2011 :: Symposium and Presentation of Arcipelago Balkani: An Alternative Map: September 29; 5:00 – 7:00 pm :: Opening: 7:00 – 9:00 pm :: Kriterion Art House, Obala Kulina Bana 2, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina.

Arcipelago Balkani: An Alternative Map, published by Silvana Editoriale and curated by Claudia Zanfi, offers an alternative journey through the ‘New Balkans’, featuring an analysis of the city’s contemporary cultural life and that of the people in this youthful melting pot, through the eyes of both artists and writers.

Public Dialogues Conference: A dialogue with and mapping of the independent cultural scene in Bosnia: Continue reading


Sep 22, 13:05
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Southern Ocean Studies [tr Istanbul]

ISEA2011 presents Southern Ocean Studies :: Pro­jec­tion on the Cupola: September 14 – 21, 2011; 9:00 am – 11:00 pm :: Discussion: September 16; 8:00 – 10:30 pm :: Çem­ber­l­i­tas Hamam (built by Mimar Sinan in 1584).

Lan­franco Aceti, ISEA2011 Is­tan­bul Artis­tic Di­rec­tor and Con­fer­ence Chair, in­vites you to dis­cuss is­sues of con­tem­po­rary ecol­ogy, melt­ing of the poles and the im­por­tance of water in world cul­ture while bathing in the sur­round­ings of this his­tor­i­cal build­ing adorned with the art­work of Gavin Baily, Tom Corby and Jonathan Macken­zie.

The art­work you will see here shows the South­ern Ocean cir­cu­lat­ing the Antarc­tic land mass (cen­tral). The pro­ject soft­ware runs in real-time gen­er­at­ing the ocean cur­rents on the fly, to which are mapped var­i­ous other eco­log­i­cal data sets. Continue reading


Sep 10, 10:32
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