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Live Stage: Perform! [nl Rotterdam + online]

Perform! An evening with Chris Salter and TeZ :: December 2, 2010; 8:00 – 11:00 pm (CET) :: V2_Institute for the Unstable Media, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam + streamed live :: Admission: free.

V2_ invited Chris Salter to become guest curator for a period of four months starting in December 2010. To kick off his main project, the Performative Ecologies expert meeting early next year, Salter will present his book Entangled: Technology and the Transformation of Performance, and introduce the research topics he will focus on during his curatorship.

Performing arts traditions span thousands of years of human history, but today, the word “performative” seems to be gaining increasing traction Continue reading


Nov 29, 13:12
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Live Stage: Michelle Teran [mk Skopje]

Michelle Teran :: Lecture: November 27, 2010; 8:00 pm :: Cultural Center CK, Skopje :: Radio Session @ Kanal 103, Skopje (Hosts: Ivana Dragsic and Gjorgi Janevski; Guests: Michelle Teran, Wiebke Stadler, Elena Veljanovska and more): November 27; 12:00 – 4:00 pm :: [pc users: directly follow the stream link; mac users: download the link, and then open it. should open in itune]

The ever increasing proliferation of media generated through collective use of mapping and image-making platforms are creating new ways of seeing and exploring the world. The New Geographies workshop presented practical, participatory and theoretical examples of new geographies created through use of image-making and mapping technologies. Continue reading


Nov 26, 16:49
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Live Stage: Peter Traub [za Johannesburg + online]

Upgrade! Johannesburg Remote No 3: Peter Traub (based in Charlottesville, Virginia, US) :: October 27, 2010; 6:30 – 7:00 pm (South African Time) :: Digital Arts Seminar Room, Digital Arts Convent Building, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (directions) + streamed live.

In this remote lecture Peter will talk about several of his recent pieces that focus on using physical, virtual, and hybrid spaces as compositional tools. The pieces span several mediums, from online installation to dance performance to site-specific physical installation. He will also discuss and demonstrate the tools, both software and hardware, that he used to create the works. Continue reading


Oct 15, 19:22
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Live Stage: 101010 UpStage Festival [online]

101010 UpStage Festival :: October 10; 8:00 pm – October 11, 2010; 4:30 pm (New Zealand time, find your local time here) :: Online + 11 “real life” access nodes from Auckland to Vietnam!.

Most shows will perform twice (some three times) during the festival, to give people in different time zones a chance to see everything. Click here to view the preview trailer. You can view the full schedule here. Note that it is subject to minor changes and will be updated if/when anything changes. There will be live links to the stages from the schedule on the day of the festival, or you can go to the 101010 Foyer and from there to each show’s stage. Continue reading


Oct 6, 20:03
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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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Live Stage: You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About [online]

Live Shorts @ Filament Festival (EMPAC): You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About — a MTAA lecture/performance controlled by the audience and the Internet :: October 2, 2010; 2:45 pm + October 3, 2010; 3:45 pm :: Streamed live. We NEED your tweets! (Please tweet away with the hash tag #mtaa and you’re tweets will be included in the performance.)

We, like you, have often wished while listening to a lecture, speech or newscast to stand up and tell the speaker, “You don’t know what you’re talking about.” MTAA sit behind a desk with two laptops and two microphones before them. Behind them a projection screen displays the text “#mtaa” and a timer. Continue reading


Sep 26, 15:10
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“All Raise This BARN” by MTAA [us Troy, NY]

MTAA (Michael Sarff and Tim Whidden) will be conducting a barn-raising on October 1, 2010 from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (EST) on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute as part of the Filament Festival. It will be streamed live.

A commercially-available barn-building kit acts as the starting point, but MTAA and our group of volunteers — perhaps including yourself — will use the results of web-based polling, input from the general public, constructional improvisation, sweat and maybe even some tears, to raise a barn, or a barn-ish sculptural object, or a… well… something.

— VOTE —— VOTE —— VOTE —— VOTE —
http://artbarn.mtaa.net
— VOTE —— VOTE —— VOTE —— VOTE —
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Sep 26, 14:51
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Live Stage: Lagos Soundscapes, Emeka Ogboh [online]

Upgrade! Johannesburg Remote No 2: Lagos Soundscapes — Emeka Ogboh (based in Lagos, Nigeria) :: September 21, 2010; 6:30 – 7:00 pm (South African Time) :: Digital Arts Seminar Room, Digital Arts Convent Building, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (directions) + streamed live.

Lagos Soundscapes is an ongoing sound project that explores Lagos as a vibrant African Mega city. As the name suggests the project is invested in acoustics, however, what is central here is that the accumulated sound defines the character of the city of Lagos. The amalgamation of these sounds and more, defines the city Lagos as the economic, commercial and cultural capital of Nigeria. Continue reading


Sep 20, 20:59
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Live Stage: POLITIQUE 0 [fr Paris + online]

Upgrade! Paris, Éditions MF and RYbN present: POLITIQUE 0 :: October 1-3, 2010 :: French Communist Party Headquarters, 2, Place du Colonel Fabien – Paris, M° Colonel Fabien + Conference/Performances streamed live on selfworld.net room #44.

October 1; 6:00 – midnight :: Screening “R.I.P. in Pieces America”, by Dominic Gagnon, followed by a discussion with the author :: ubermorgan.com, “Media Hacking vs. Conceptual Art” :: Franco Bifo Berardi :: Jodi, performance :: Pierre Bongiovanni and I-Wei Li, “Squirt Without Barrier.” Continue reading


Sep 20, 19:15
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Live Stage: The Invisible City [nl Rotterdam + online]

Test_Lab: The Invisible City :: July 8, 2010; 8:00 – 11:00 pm :: V_2, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam + and streamed live.

Artists, architects, and designers play an important role in revealing “invisible” aspects of cities, often providing new insights into how our cities function and develop. To rethink the “invisible city” under the pressure of rapid urbanization, this edition of Test_Lab will feature a selection of freshly graduated artists, architects, and designers from European art and design academies whose projects explore the invisible aspects of our contemporary urban environments. The selected projects range from artistic representations of invisible cities, to simulations of urban economy and concrete scenarios for urban production and energy development. As it is custom to the Test_Lab event series, the audience will form the critical test panel for the demonstrated works and will be invited to examine each graduation project ‘hands-on’. Continue reading


Jun 29, 21:04
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