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Live Stage: Exchange Radical Moments! [online]

[(c) WerkPhoto Stefan Schick] Exchange Radical Moments! Live Art Festival :: November 11, 2011; 12:01 am - 11:59 pm :: Berlin, Bitola, Chisinau, Linz, Liverpool, London, Paris, Prague, Riga, Słubfurt, Stockholm + Live Streams online.

Exchange Radical Moments! interrupts everyday life with Live Art — site-specific interventions, community art, public interventions, performances and live acts disrupting the accustomed course of events, life’s routines, disturbs the equilibrium, brings things to a standstill. Gives pause. Continue reading


Oct 9, 16:25
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Live Stage: Jack Ox | Kurt Schwitters Ursonate [us NM]

[Jack Ox, Ursonate, CAC, New Orleans 2004] Jack Ox’s Visualization of Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate :: Exhibition: September 16 - October 28, 2011 :: Performance: September 17; 2:00 pm with Kristen Loree performing the Ursonate and digital projections by Jack Ox :: Mesa Library Gallery, 2400 Central Ave, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA with live-streaming to Cumbria, England. Register here.

Ursonate is part of The Next Big Idea Festival, with Jack Ox and Kristen Loree as artists-in-residence: The exhibition of Jack Ox’s 800 Sq.ft. hand-painted, hand-collaged visualization of Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate opens September 16 at 4:00 pm at the Mesa Gallery. Continue reading


Sep 10, 15:22
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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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Live Stage: Robert Whitman, Passport [us NYC + NJ]

Robert Whitman, Passport :: April 16-17, 2011; 8:00 pm :: Simultaneous performances at Riverfront Park, Beacon, New York (near Dia:Beacon) and Alexander Kasser Theater, Montclair, New Jersey.

Passport is a new theater piece by artist Robert Whitman (American, b. 1935), a pioneer of multimedia installation and performances. Passport — which imagines the possibility of being in two places at one time — continues Whitman’s long history of collaborating with engineers and scientists, using technology to create images that incorporate live action, specially built props, sound, video, and other visual media. Continue reading


Apr 7, 12:21
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Turbulence Commission: “Quartet With Pyramid Scheme”

Turbulence Commission: Quartet With Pyramid Scheme by Jordan Topiel Paul, Eric Laska, Richard Kamerman, Reed Evan Rosenberg:

Quartet With Pyramid Scheme is a streaming online sound installation whose audio content is collected through a sixteen-week pyramid scheme structure. Every two weeks, a new set of participants (recruited by prior participants) submits sound samples that the quartet will selectively work into the stream. The samples are played continuously in unpredictable variations through a Max/MSP patch. By the end of the process, 512 participants will have been asked to contribute.

Quartet With Pyramid Scheme is a 2011 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website. It was made possible with funding from the Jerome Foundation. Continue reading


Mar 12, 19:32
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Daybreak, forever: Inviting Aussies and Kiwis to Participate

Ragnar Helgi Ólafsson and Pall Thayer currently have a piece on exhibition at the Icelandic National Gallery titled Daybreak, forever. It uses live audio streams from the Locusonus project to follow the rising sun around the globe as an audible experience. Although Western Europe is well represented, Locusonus could use some more streams to tighten the circle. It would be especially nice if they had some streams in Australia and New Zealand. So if anyone on this list, residing in Australia or New Zealand, would like to participate in the project, you can find info here.


Feb 27, 17:21
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Live Stage: Retrieving Humanity [us Santa Fe]

Retrieving Humanity — Live Video Art Show :: July 30, 2010 :: Santa Fe Complex, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA :: Call for Online Participation — Deadline: July 8, 2010; 11:30 pm. Email jason.goodyear [at] parallelflux.com

Retrieving Humanity is a one of a kind interactive performance and installation that will bring live streaming video and audio from around the world to Santa Fe, New Mexico. This new concept of storytelling will allow the audience, by participation, to explore and express connections with their community and the world at large. Through the use of cutting-edge technology, including custom-made software, motion sensors, media streaming, computer networking, and DJ and VJ software, Retrieving Humanity pushes the boundaries of art, technology, and communication.


Jun 23, 10:54
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Bike Box: Platform for Civic Engagement + Participatory Art Making

Bike Box :: July 16-25, 2010 :: Devotion Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC :: Call for Proposals and Submissions — Deadline: June 10.

Bike Box is a participatory locative media project and database created by Sabine Gruffat and Bill Brown. Using open-source software, participants will be able to listen to and contribute geotagged audio that relates or responds to specific locations in Brooklyn, New York: Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and along the Brooklyn waterfront. The audio can take any form, including (but not limited to) sound art, personal anecdotes, field recordings, radical histories, interviews, or audio tours. The audio may be geo-coded for a specific location (i.e. a building or a street corner) or an object (i.e. a public art project or mailbox). Continue reading


Apr 23, 12:15
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Live Stage: MindTouch [uk London + online]

MindTouch by Camille Baker — part of Unity Exhibition 09 :: December 17, 2009; 5:30 - 6:30 pm :: London University and online.

Come and play with your mobile phone or join us online. Making live, collaborative streaming video collages/ mixes, you can VJ with your friends remotely and stream the mix back to your phone… with your smartphone, vj with the world!!

There will be two groups live in London and the remote online or mobile participants. The live setting is a party context and the remote group can see what’s going on through the live mixed videos or contribute your own.


Dec 13, 13:42
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Live Stage: Machine Divas [at Vienna + online]

The cyberformance Machine Divas will be presented on July 23, 8:00 pm European time (find your local time here). It will be presented to a proximal audience at Kunstraum Niederosterreich in Vienna, and for the online audience the link to the stage will be on the UpStage web site, just before the performance. The performance will be followed by a discussion that will be streamed via Ustream.

  • what does a machine diva look like?
  • does she have a soul?
  • are her friends electric?
  • is she just after our robots?
  • does she control this machine?
  • would she make a good girlfriend?
  • does she have a tail?/

Please send us your responsesContinue reading


Jul 22, 13:00
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